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On 18 October, 2018  a think tank, Suvichar organised the Thursday activity. Suvichar is a think tank where experienced persons provide insight into various key sectors of our society. It seeks to give back to the society, inputs and guideposts that can enhance the ability of people to deal with a plethora of issues and also to provide thought leadership in certain areas.

                                          Gen. Ved Prakash Malik PVSM, AVSM

The topic for the day was 'the need to speed up judicial process.'  The esteemed guests for the afternoon were General V P Malik, Mr. M.L. Sarin, and Mr. Vivek Atray. All the dignitaries shared their wisdom and thoughts on the topic with the audience. 

Mr. M.L. Sarin, Senior Advocate, Punjab and Haryana High Court, Founding Secretary, Sarin Memorial Legal Aid Foundation

Mr. Vivek Atray, Author, Motivational speaker, Mentor and Independent Adviser                                

Three students from the college, Adhiraj Singh, Akanksha Bhola, and Gurnoor Sandhu shared their ideas during the session. The speakers and Master of ceremony, Ruhul Amin were awarded five thousand each by the Sarin Foundation.
There was an exchange of fresh ideas which made the afternoon highly productive and left the audience with ample food for thought. 


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