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RNBGU Online Moot Court Competition

Sep 25, 2021

JUDGES OF THE COMPETITION:

S.No

Name of Judge

Designation

Name of organization

1

Dr. B. K Yadav

Assistant professor

RNB GLOBAL UNIVERSITY, BIKANER, Rajasthan

2

Mr. K S Gill

Assistant professor

RNB GLOBAL UNIVERSITY, BIKANER, Rajasthan

3

Mr. Ashok Karnani

Assistant professor

RNB GLOBAL UNIVERSITY, BIKANER, Rajasthan

(For Final only)

4

Dr G S Karkara

Professor

RNB GLOBAL UNIVERSITY, BIKANER, Rajasthan

(For Final only)

Awards of the Competition:

Winner Team: Certificate

Runner Up Team: Certificate

Best Memorial: Certificate

Best Speaker: Certificate

Participation Certificate to every participant

Organized by: School of Law, RNB Global University, Bikaner

About the Moot Court Competition:

School of law is continuously organizing various extracurricular activities like National level Moot court Competition, Mock United Session, Mock Parliament and various seminars and conferences. In this series another milestone has been added by this RNBGU Online Moot Court Competition in the history of law study in western Rajasthan. The moot proposition was based on Section 364A of Indian Penal Code 1860.

Role of Students of School of Law in RNBGU Moot Court Competition

Following students played the role of court clerk in various court rooms during the competition. The main role of court clerk was to assist both teams and Judges in the court room. They were responsible to show time play card during the session to participants, so that they could conclude their statement within stipulated time. Also, court clerk ensured the observance of all rules by speakers and researchers of both contesting teams. An optimum combination of senior and junior student was made in a court room.

25TH September 2021-Round I, Session I

Faculty-In charge

Court Clerk 1

Court Clerk 2

1. Virtual Room Number 1

Mr. Ashok Karnani

Uttama Acharya

Tisha Sharma

2. Virtual Room Number 2

Ms. Swati Agrawal

Shivani Panwar

Tisha Sharma

3. Virtual Room Number 3

Ms. Sofia Kausar

Uttama Acharya

Tisha Sharma

 

Mr. Ashok Prem

 

 

25TH September 2021--Final of Moot Court Competition
 

Mr. Ashok Karnani

Uttama Acharya

Tisha Sharma

Ms. Swati Agrawal

Mr. Ashok Prem

Inaugral Session : 10:00 am to 11:00 am

Venue : Google Meet

PROCEEDING OF INAUGURAL CEREMONY: 

On 25th September 2021 at 4 PM draw of lots and memorial exchange between various teams have been done via emails by the convener of the competition. 
 
In inaugural ceremony Greetings & welcome to Judges & all participants done by Tisha Sharma.
 
Dean School of law Professor G.S. karkara welcomed all the Judges and participants and stated about the activities done in school of Law, RNB Global University, Bikaner.
 
Convener Mr. Ashok Prem announced the opening of this moot court competition. In his inaugural speech he motivated the students to participate more and more in moot court competitions and other type of competitions also. 
 
Student coordinator of the competition Uttama Acharya explained the rules of the competition to all teams.
Convener of the Moot court competition Mr. Ashok Prem delivered his vote of thanks.
 
Inaugural ceremony ended with a photo session.
 
 
VALEDICTORY CEREMONY: 
25 September 2020
04:00 PM to 04:30 PM
VENUE: Virtual Platform of Google Meet
 
PROCEEDING OF VALEDICTORY CEREMONY: 
 
Convener Mr. Ashok Prem announced the results. In the valedictory ceremony President & Dean School of Law, RNB Global University congratulated all the participants and winners & thanked all the Guests, Judges and participants.
 
Registered Students:50
 
Students Involved: 
1. BA-LL.B. I & BBA-LL.B. I
2. BA-LL.B. III & BBA-LL.B. III
3. BBA-LL.B. V
4. BA-LL.B. VII & BBA-LL.B. VII
5. BA-LL.B. VII & BBA-LL.B. IX
 
Learning Outcome
1. A moot court competition simulates a court hearing (usually an appeal against a final decision), in which participants analyses a problem, research the relevant law, prepare written submissions, and present oral argument.
2. Moot problems are typically set in areas of law that are unsettled or that have been subject to recent developments. They usually involve two grounds of appeal, argued by each side.
3. The procedure imitates that followed in real courts: the judge enters, the mooters and the judge bow to each other, the clerk announces the matter, the mooters give their appearances and are then called on in turn to present their submissions, the judge asks questions of the mooters, the court adjourns, and the judge then returns to deliver a brief judgment and some feedback.
4. Mooting is not the same as public speaking or debating, although it shares some common elements with these activities. It is a specialized application of the art of persuasive advocacy. It has been part of the process of training lawyers for centuries and plays an important role in legal education.
5. Student become aware about the mooting techniques, memorial formation methods and art of argument before court.
6. Student came to know that how to find a case applicable on a given moot problem.
7. Students became aware that how to
  • Choose their competition.
  • Secure faculty coaching
  • Work out internal selection procedures to select the team.
  • Do the research, writing, and practice necessary to prepare professional solutions to the problems posed for the contests.
 
 

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