JAMMU, Apr 8: Dogra Law College organized a seven day legal aid and literacy camp in its college premises at Bari Brahamana.
Chairman of the State Commission, Mr Justice Bashir Ahmed Kirmani, was the chief guest at the valedictory function held here today. Speaking on the occasion, Justice Kirmani laid stress on the qualities which a legal professional should acquire, to become a statesman advocate. He delivered extremely thought provoking lecture on the occasion.
Director Judicial Academy, J&K, Suresh Sharma, who was the guest of honour, while appreciating the deliberations of the camp and quality of presentation of moot court by the mooters, announced full cooperation of the Judicial Academy. U K Jalali, senior advocate of J&K High Court while making observations being member of Advisory committee of Dogra Law College lauded the over all development of institution for the last few years. He also lauded the moot court presentation.
Senior advocate of J&K High Court Sunil Sethi in his address emphasized on the quality of presentation. He advised the Law students that for becoming a real Law professionals they have to prove as good human beings. Advocate Sheikh Shakeel also addressed the Law students of the college.
Earlier, Prof V K Kapoor, Principal/ Director in his welcome address highlighted the objective of organizing such camps in Law institutions. He also explained that during the seven days deliberations of the camp students concentrated on the issue of Legal awarness & Legal aid on Domestic Violence Act, Drug addiction, anti-smoking, Dowry evil, water management, healthy environment and save birds.
Chairman of the College Trust and former minister Th Gulchain Singh Charak in his message congratulated the students and also extended thanks to the chief guest and others for their valuable presence at the function. Secretary of the College Samar Dev Singh on his behalf donated Rs 11,000 to SOS Home for the children. The moot court of Surbhi Kotwal, Shazad Mir, Sunita Devi, Renu Bhagat & Jimmy Sayal, Navdeep, Akshay Deep and Manmeet was declared as best group by the judges in the final moot.