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As part of the Thursday Activity, we had the pleasure of watching Sawar Manda (IV Year) & Manish (II Year) give a mock presentation of how a “Moot”, which is considered to be an essential part of legal education, is to be presented in Hindi.

Yes, you heard that right. A not so conventional manner in which the competition is usually conducted. The duo along with Advitya Sambhyal (III Year) had recently represented Army Institute of Law, Mohali at 2nd Amity National Hindi Moot Court Competition and were Runners Up at the same. Along with that, the team was adjudged as the Best Disciplined Team, and were also recognized for having the Best Memorial and Sawar Manda was adjudged as the Best Speaker.

 In order to encourage students to do things differently, a demo moot was conducted as part of today’s Thursday Activity. The proposition was argued before the bench comprising of Dr. Ajaymeet Singh and Dr. Puja Jaiswal.

It was indeed a learning experience for everyone in the audience to witness both the speakers arguing the case before the august bench in Hindi. Here at AIL, we are taught to stand apart from the rest, and this activity thoroughly boosted the students to participate in such events wherein they can showcase their talents and bring laurels for the college.



Written By:

Gaurav Hooda
IV Year
Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in the article are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of the Blog.


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