UGC recognized Private University structured 2nd National Moot court competition

Noida International University, UGC recognized Private University structured 2nd National Moot court competition on 12-13 September 2019. Moot court is regarded as carnival among law students

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UGC recognized Private University structured 2nd National Moot court competition
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Noida International University, UGC recognized Private University structured 2nd National Moot court competition on 12-13 September 2019. Moot court is regarded as carnival among law students, and this one marked itself by the amount of synergy it fused in self by the joyous amalgamation of students from stretched corners of the country and revered judges.  The event was brought in motion by felicitation from Hon’ble Justice Dipak Misra, former Chief Justice of India. He gave well-tailored advice to upcoming legal professionals focusing on Originality, explaining the art of argument and inclusion of jurisprudence. Among Notable visit includes, Additional Solicitor General Shri Vikramjeet Banerjee. Retd. Justice Surendra Kumar. The event also marked in a visit from University  Pro-Chancellor Dr. Vikram Singh, Vice-Chancellor DR RD Sharma and the Registrar from Noida International University.

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With participants exceeding from 80 law school, the coalescence marked its radiance, showcasing an exuberating atmosphere. All teams were to present their arguments for both parties of the dispute regarding a fictitious case, here in a case loosely based on Sabarimala case, which will be judged by distinguished Panellists from renowned institutions, legal professionals. Pro-Chancellor Dr. Vikram Singh in his inaugural address highlighted the perks of articulation, presentation, and rationalization of the process in the field of law also extending his appreciation for the delegates and participants alike. Vice-Chancellor RD Sharma advised participants to embrace competition without a sense of winning and losing but more of a learning approach to the completion.

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Spellbound by the Opulence of the Moot Court DR. Parantap Das, Head of School of law and legal affairs, NIU congratulated all the participants and shared his largesse for volunteers. The winning team is to be awarded a prize worth Forty thousand Rupees INR, which includes a subscription from raw octopus alongside other benefaction. Assistant Professor Baidyanath Mukurjee extended Vote of Thanks in lieu of the University sharing the joyous feeling of overwhelming gratitude.


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