Final round of moot court competition conquered the third day of 17th Justa Causa in Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar College of law.
The third day of 17thÂ Â justa causa became a grand success on account of final round of the moot court competition which was organized in three rounds. Total sixty students participated in 20 teams. The judges for the final moot court round wereÂ Advocates of Bombay High Court Nagpur Bench, Firdos Mirza andÂ Ranjeet Bhuibhar. Valedictory function of the justa causa was successfully organised at Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar College of law. Padmashree Dr Abhay Bang was the chief guest whereas Dr Pankaj Chanda chaired the event.
The event commenced with a welcome song which was performed by legal rhythm group of the college and was followed by a formal welcome address by Dr Pravina Khobragade of the law college. While addressing, Dr Bang appealed the masses to find the just cause to pursue their profession of advocacy and it will not be in the name, fame or other luxuries of the life but in noblest cause of societal welfare. He also highlighted many pragmatic problems that he faced in his career, particularly in respect of alcohol addiction. Dr Pankaj Chande in his speech attributed the cause of domestic violence to the mindset of the society.
Dr Aparna Panchbhai read the report of the three days justa causa. After that much awaited prize distribution ceremony took place. In national debate competition Prachi Agarwal of Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar College of law grabbed the second price where as Adit Ved of G.H. Raisoni School of Law grabbed the first prize. First prize in national drafting competition was given to Sanchit Makhija of G H Raisoni School of law. In the most prestigious moot court competition runner up position was secured by the team of Symbiosis Law School, the team comprised of Ayush Chaturvedi, Akshata Goel and Kriti Jayendran. .
Whereas first prize was grabbed by the Nirma Law University comprised of Saksshi Pawer Awiral Thackeray and Yash Bhutada. The price for Best Mooter was given to Sayanti Chakravarti of New Law College, Pune. The prize for Best Researcher was given to Aakruti Jayendran of Symbiosis Law School, Pune. Moot court association President, Mayank Gupta proposed the formal vote of thanks.
The event was eloquently compared by Prof. Chinmayee Nimkhedkar and Mrunmayee Kukde. The program was a grand success under the guidance of Principal of the college Dr. Shrikant Komawar, Dr. Adhara Deshpande, Moot Court coordinator, Prof Kalyani Kapse along with, Dr Pravina Khobragade, in charge of city branch, Dr Aparna PanchabhaiÂ and the staff members of the college.