MOOT COURT SOCIETY
College: New Law College, Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University, Pune
Aabha Saurav, 4th Year Student
About Moot Society:
Moot Court activities are indeed luminous exercises mandatory for the law students without which success hardly gets any meaning. BVDU NLC pride itself for conducting extensive moot exercise from the students. The Moot Court Society of the college charily pulverize and blends the mooting and other debating skills for students, make them learn the law moot court way and prepare them for their epic battle in the courtroom to seek justice.
How many members are there?
There are 20 to 25 members in core committee of moot society. They all are students of our college. Under this committee large amount of students work as volunteers in moot society. They organize all the moots in college.
- Faculty Convener: Aman Mishra
- Faculty Co-convener: Mrs. Sradha Kadam
- Students Representatives:
- Rohit Sharma
- Anwesha Pathak
- Devyani Singh
- Shilpa Prakash
- Amrit Tarafdar
- Kunal Dhawan
- Shrijan Pankaj
- Priyjeet Pandey
- Pragya Narayan
What is the Selection Process?
The selection can be done on merit basics. The best things about BVDU NLC moot society is that they believe in healthy competition and fair chance to all. This is because unlike other law colleges where you can only participate in Moot Court Competition if you are member of the society. They have to go through the same internal procedure for getting selected for a moot court competition as the others.
Before any competition, a date will be fixed for the internal round and this internal round is open for all students of the college.
How many moot court events are conducted by society till now?
BVDU NLC moot court committee organized two important moots in every academic year:-
- Bharati Vidyapeeth’s Surana & Surana National trial advocacy Moot Court Competition on criminal law
BVDU NLC hosted Surana & Surana National Trial Advocacy Moot Court and judgment writing competition every year.
- Justice P.N Bhagwati International Moot Court Competition on Human Rights
Justice P.N Bhagwati International Moot Court Competition on Human Rights is much awaited event in the legal academics wherein students look forward to participate every year. The most peculiar features of this competition is that the final round is conducted by justice and judges of High Courts and Supreme Courts.
What are greatest achievements in any national and international moots?
- P SATHE 10TH NATIONAL MOOT COURT COMPETITION 2016:
A team from BVDU NLC comprising Ms. Pragya Narayan, Shilpa Kumari and Ms. Richa singh participated and bagged the 1st prize.
- ARMONIA-NATIONAL MOOT COURT COMPETITION2016:
BVDU NLC team comprising of Mr. Samriddh Gupta, Ms. Sugandha Shaw and Ms. Smriti Sharma participated and bagged the Runner up and best memorial award.
Does college provide any reimbursement for the event attended?
BVDU NLC provides all expenses to the members of the committee. College refund all expenses incurred in mooting.
What is your strategy to promote the event at large?
- Provide maximum opportunities to gain experience in advocacy.
- Provide strong writing and oral training.
- Provide better lecture related to drafting and pleading.