Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad

Constituent of Symbiosis International University, Pune
Re-Accredited by NAAC with 'A' grade

3RD NATIONAL MOOT COURT COMPETITION 2018- MEMORIAL ROUND RESULTS

3RD SYMBIOSIS LAW SCHOOL HYDERABAD,
NATIONAL MOOT COURT COMPETITION - 2018
28 TH -30 TH SEPTEMBER, 2018

Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad (SLS-H) is a nascent sapling in the family of Symbiosis International (Deemed University), Pune, planted in the land of Telangana to share expertise to create further sentinels of justice to serve marginalized and undeserved community. Conscious and consistent efforts of SLS-H in imparting quality legal education have been validated by overwhelming response it received year after year. World class infrastructure with flora and fauna around, techno-driven research culture, skill enhancement programs, field visits, internationalization, competent an qualified teaching staff, world acclaimed teaching pedagogy, industry-interface, well designed and execute community outreach and extension programs and the like, makes SLS-H a preferred destination for national and international students and is a class apart.

The Moot Court Association (MCA) is a dedicated cell, constituted to incubate and enhance advocacy skills amongst the learners. It organizes on regular basis orientation and training programs honing drafting and argumentative of nascent legal minds. It organizes, through its faculty cum students' body, various internal moot court competitions and thereby enables students to participate in external moot court competitions organised nationally and internationally.

With great pride Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad, announces its flagship moot court competition, the "3rd Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad, National Moot Court Competition-2018" to be held from 28th September to 30th September, 2018.

Important Dates

S.No

Particulars

Date

1

Release of Moot Proposition and Commencement of Registration

11th July, 2018

2

Last Date of Provisional Registration

14th August, 2018

3

Last Date for seeking Clarifications

17th August, 2018

4

Last Date for Withdrawal

17th August, 2018

5

Last Date of Submission of Memorials

( Softcopy)

5th September, 2018

6

Result of the Memorial Round

(Top 30 Teams)

10th September, 2018

7

Last Date for Completing Registration Process

17th September, 2018

8

Date of the Competition

28th – 30th September, 2018

Registration Form

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REGISTRATION DETAILS

3.1 GENERAL
3.1.1 Each team shall provisionally register to the 3 rd Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad, National Moot Court Competition, by sending scanned copy of duly filled provisional registration form, in the prescribed manner (Refer Annexure – I in Rules) on or before 6 th August, 2018, 05:00 pm.
3.1.2 Provisional registration after the given deadline shall not be accepted, under any circumstances.
3.1.3 On receipt of the duly filled provisional registration form, the institute shall respond to the participating team, acknowledging the receipt.

3.2 REGISTRATION FEE:
3.2.1 The registration fee for the competition is INR. 6000 (In words- Rupees Six Thousand Only) inclusive of GST @18%, which includes accommodation for competition days, food (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner) from 28 th – 30 th September, 2018, pickup from airport/railway station, library, Wi-Fi and any other facilities provided by the institute to its discretion.
3.2.2 The registration fee is to be paid only by the teams that get selected for the Oral Rounds in accordance with Rule 4.1, Chapter III.

3.3 PAYMENT OF REGISTRATION FEE:
3.3.1The registration fee for the ‘3 rd Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad, National Moot Court Competition’ is to be paid through a wire transfer only. The requireddetails for the same are contained in Annexure III of Rules. No other payment method shall be accepted.
3.3.2The deadline for payment of the registration fee is 17 th September, 2018.
3.3.3Any additional charges incurred by the team while making the wire transfer are to be borne by the team.
3.3.4All teams must email a scanned copy of the receipt generated on completion of the wire transfer at mca.accounts@slsh.edu.in.

3.4 COMPLETION OF REGISTRATION PROCESS:
3.4.1Only selected teams as per Rule 4.1, Chapter III shall send a soft copy of the registration form, travel form (Refer Annexure – I) along with the receipt generated after the completion of the wire transfer of the registration fees, at mca.accounts@slsh.edu.in. The softcopies of the aforementioned documents must be emailed to the Governing Council within the deadline of payment of registration fee i.e. 17 th September, 2018 on or before 5:00 pm.
3.4.2Registration to 3 rd Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad, National Moot Court Competition shall be deemed to be confirmed only on completion of all the formalities as specified under clause 3.4.2, any failure, may be treated as withdrawal from the competition and no claim of what so ever nature shall be entertained.
3.4.3On completion of the registration process, any team may withdraw from the competition by sending a duly filled withdrawal form in the prescribed manner (Refer Annexure - II). No refund shall be given under any circumstance whatsoever.

3.5 ON-SITE REGISTRATION:
3.5.1All selected teams are requested to reach Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad by 12 Noon on 28 th September, 2018 (Friday). Hardcopies of all required documents are to be brought and submitted on arrival as per Rule 5, Chapter III.
3.5.2There will be an onsite registration where teams will receive their schedule for the event followed by the inauguration ceremony. Teams are requested to hand over hard copies of their memorials during the on-site registration.

Moot Court Problem 2018

  1. Republic of Narnia (“Narnia”) is a democratic republic having a stable government (“Government”) in power after long. The constitution of Narnia (“Constitution”) and all the laws are akin to the Constitution and laws of India.
  2. SayPM is a Narnian electronic payment system and digital wallet company that was founded by Mr. Money Bag in January 2009 and is based out of the City of Joy in Narnia. SayPM has international investors, such as Chinese e-commerce giant, Forty-Thieves, and Japanese multinational holding conglomerate,HardBank.SayPM is available in various Indian languages and offers online payment services such as mobile recharges, utility bill payments, flight tickets, movie tickets, and event bookings, as well as in-store payments at various retail stores, restaurants, parking, tolls, pharmacies and educational institutions. SayPM is now managed by Mr. Money Bag and his wife Mrs. Money Bag. During demonetization in Narnia in November 2016, SayPM‟s business increased manifold as e-transactions increased. During the said time, SayPM advertised heavily and its billboards and print adverts contained the Prime Minister‟s photograph and read “ SayPM congratulates the Prime Minister of Narnia for taking the boldest financial decision in the history of independent Narnia ”. The usage of the Prime Minister‟s photograph for such advertisements was widely criticized and triggered a political debate. It also led to various public interest litigations. The Prime Minister‟s proximity with SayPM was debated and one section of the public cried foul alleging that the move for enforcing demonetization was not purely to eradicate black money (as the Prime Minister had claimed), the Prime Minister had certain commercial propaganda as well. However, SayPM refuted the above allegations stating that all these acts were done to promote nationalist feeling and to demonstrate positive effects of the demonetization.
  3. To run its business, SayPM collects various sensitive data from its customers, such as their bank account, credit and debit card details and uses the same to allow the customers to access its e-payment services. Further, SayPM tracks customers‟ usage pattern to make targeted advertisements to them. In this regard, SayPM claims that it follows the highest category of data security measures to protect its customer data and is in compliance with all applicable laws. Customers of SayPM need to agree to a lengthy consent form before they are allowed to use SayPM‟s services. Very often, consumers do not understand the terms and conditions in the consent form and thus, mechanically press the “I Agree” button to use the services. However, Narnia‟s data privacy and protection laws are allegedly weak and there is no dedicated law which completely addresses the concerns relating to data protection and data privacy of Narnia‟s citizens. The Government has time and again maintained that the existing general laws, such as the Narnian Penal Code, Information Technology Act, regulations/guidelines issued by sectoral regulators such as the Reserve Bank of Narnia, Telecom Regulatory Authority of Narnia, etc are all sufficient.
  4. AnacondaPole, which was founded in 2003 by Mr. Khabri Lal, is a highly acclaimed Narnian non-profit news website and television production house, famous for its investigative journalism. It has successfully covered several high-profile breaking news including a sting operation that exposed eleven members of Narnia‟s Parliament (“MPs”) and showed them accepting money for putting forward questions in the Parliament. As a consequence of this investigation, those eleven MPs were expelled from the Parliament, the largest expulsion of MPs in the country‟s history. From political to corporate corruption, AnacondaPole has endeavoured to reveal truth to its audience and attempted to expose corrupt officials, politicians and other social players. It has been tirelessly working towards various social causes, propagating courageous journalism and providing a platform for dissenting voices to emerge out of the mainstream media spectacle.
  5. AAnacondaPole conducted an investigation titled „Operation Swachch Narnia‟ and alleged that during the course of the investigation it found that Mrs. Money Bag, who is a 2 | 6director of SayPM, has allegedly claimed, during a drunken conversation that the e-wallet company had received a call from the Prime Minister‟s Office (“ PMO”) demanding some user data, right before the General Elections in Narnia. To substantiate its claims, AnacondaPole has released the transcripts and video clips of Mrs. Money Bag on its social media profiles in Legbook and MeTube.
  6. To conduct the investigation, AnacondaPole‟s star journalist Mr. Narad Lal posed as a representative of a fictitious organisation by the name of Jai Narnia Samiti, and met some of SayPM‟s top executives. Narad Lal informed them that he is meeting at the behest of the “Samiti” to bolster the prospects of the ruling party in the Parliamentary elections slated to be conducted in 2019. Mrs. Money Bag, during the meeting, revealed that they had some association with the ruling party of Narnia. Mrs. Money Bag said in the sting video: “By the way, let me show you one more thing ... this is our SayPM App. Nowadays, our Prime Minister is right here. He has written a book Chai Time Tales. We are ... we are actually selling this book on our platform... Also, for the upcoming elections, they wanted our user data regarding the sale and popularity of the bool and some other information”. However, the video did not mention whether or not SayPM complied with the alleged demand and whether it involved demand of information other than the book‟s sale and popularity.
  7. After AnacondaPole released the video and transcript, SayPM, on its official social media profile, posted that “There is absolutely NO TRUTH in the sensational headlines of a video doing rounds on social media. Our user data is 100% secure and has never been shared with anyone, except law enforcement agencies on request. Thank you for your continued support.” SayPM, however, did not reveal the name of “law enforcement agencies” with whom the company had shared its user data, if any.
  8. With more than 10,00,000 registered merchants and more than 1,00,00,000 users of SayPM across the country, SayPM is now a diversified e-commerce company, becoming indispensable for Narnia‟s shoppers. It has become akin to a necessary public utility in Narnia. While there are other e-payment companies in the market, SayPM occupies the largest chunk in the relevant market and there is no competitor who comes close. Its boom is closely linked to the ruling party‟s decision to demonetize and restrict usage of paper currency. Further, while demonetization brought down Narnia‟s GDP by 2.75%, SayPM witnessed a 1000% increase in overall usage of its services and 1500% growth in the value of money added to SayPM‟s accounts.
  9. Earlier this year, it was alleged that the Prime Minister‟s own mobile application (“SayMo”) transferred user data to a few foreign companies for data analytics. While this was denied by the PMO, general public was quite concerned about the safety of their data. Similar allegations were also levelled against the applications of opposition parties in Narnia. However, no investigation was conducted.
  10. In light of the growing controversies around its data sharing practices, SayPM revised its privacy policy and included a new clause stating, “I understand and permit SayPM, at its sole discretion, to share my data with any third party for any purpose linked to the business of SayPM.” SayPM ensured that users who did not consent to the said new clause, were blocked from using their application. Thus, large sum of money, which the users had in their SayPM wallet, could neither be transferred to any third party‟s bank accounts nor be used to conduct other e-transactions. The users of SayPM were highly distressed. SayPM constantly countered the allegation saying that the data was shared as per the contract entered into by the users and only for purposes which are necessary, for it to fulfil its obligations towards the users. Thus, they have already complied with all the existing laws by entering into such contracts with the users of SayPM. SayPM also stated that the money of the users in the wallet was not completely blocked, rather the users have the option to transfer the amount in their wallet back to their own bank account linked with the application by paying a minor fee, if their wallet is blocked.
  11. Mr. True Lies, a privacy activist, allegedly inclined towards the opposition party of Narnia, filed a public interest litigation by way of a writ petition in the High Court of City of Joy, having jurisdiction over a state of eastern region of Narnia,Didiland, under Article 226 of the Constitution – alleging that “right to privacy” guaranteed under Article 21 of the Constitution to citizens of Narnia had been violated. SayPM was made a party to the said writ petition. In the writ, it has been alleged that the Government had been trying to hush up the matter and demanded that an independent investigating agency be appointed that would investigate into the matter of SayPM sharing the personal information of users. Further, it has been alleged that SayPM and the Government has acted in collusion and have breached the privacy of citizens of Narnia. They have also violated provisions of the Information Technology Act, 2000, as amended, and the rules framed thereunder. The reliefs claimed from the Hon‟ble High Court of City of Joy were largely as follows:
    • Directions to the Government and/ or any other appropriate authority to discharge their executive, statutory and all other obligations in relation to safeguarding of privacy of the data of users of SayPM and other similar mobile applications, including directions to prohibit SayPM from sharing details and data of subscribers/ users of SayPM with any entity/ person (including the Government), without the express written consent of the data subject and in violation of applicable law.
    • Directions to the Government to frame or amend rules/ regulations/ guidelines for the protection of rights of citizens (including safeguarding and securing the privacy of citizens) from mobile application/ internet based service providers so that such internet based service providers do not compromise, share and/ or exploit the personal data, financial data and such other data or information of users in any manner whatsoever. Further, direct the Government to take all actions including steps towards making Rules under Section 87 of the Information Technology Act 2000 so as to:
      • regulate the functioning of such mobile application and/or internet based service providers;
      • direct such mobile application and/or internet based service providers to frame internal privacy policies, for handling/dealing with personal data, financial data and such other data or information of users, by framing appropriate rules; and/or
      • ensure that the privacy rights of the users are not compromised and are duly protected.
    • Directions to the Central Investigating Agency to investigate any nexus between the Government authorities and SayPM resulting in compromise of any citizen‟s personal data.

Contact Us

Address

Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad
Survey Number 292, Off Bangalore Highway,
Village- Mamidipalli, Mandal: Nandigama,
District: Rangareddy,
Telangana - 509217

Email - mca@slsh.edu.in

Contact numbers

Dr. Sukhvinder Singh Dari, Officiating Director (Convener)
Mrs. Ambrina Khan, Assistant Professor (Co-Convener): 08978185022/07093921241
Mrs. Shipra Chauhan, Assistant Professor (Advisor): 09670414393
Mr. Md. Irfan Ali Abbas, Assistant Professor (Advisor): 09848885394
Ms. Bhakti Madan (Student Convener): 07093475896
Ms. Ankita Roychoudhury (Student Co-Convener): 09963501291
Ms. Megha Pillai (Head, Students’ Hospitality): 09959481541
Ms. Pooja Rao (Head, Finance): 09959471815

1 st National Moot Court Competition Information

Executive Summary

The three day event began with the inaugural ceremony that was graced with the presence of Hon’ble Shri Justice A Ramalingeshwara Rao and Hon’ble Shri Justice (Retd.) Dr. Gurugubelli Yethirajulu who addressed the participants about the importance of law and the future of litigation in India.

The inauguration included the distribution of certificates for “1st Zenith, Internal Moot Court Competition” and a mesmerizing Law Theatre, presentation by the members of the “Acting Troupe” of Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad, on, “the Lahore Conspiracy Case” which received praise and applause from the audience and the dignitaries. The function concluded with the Co-Convenor and Faculty In-charge Prof. Abhijit D Vasmatkar declaring the courts officially open.

The next two days saw rigorous mooting by the participants which was adjudged by some of the most elite names in the legal industry.

The Valedictory Ceremony welcomed Hon’ble Justice V Gopala Gowda of the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India as the Chief Guest, Dr. Aravind Chinchure as the Guest of Honor, and Mr. Aannaaand Deshpande as the Guest of Eminence who shared their erudite views with the august athering. The Ceremony concluded with the Prize Distribution, the winning trophy was bagged by School of Law, Christ University, Bengaluru, who received a cash prize of Rs 20,000/-, SCC Online Access Cards worth Rs. 69,000, a book hamper and one kindle device per participant of the team. The Runners up were from Pravin Gandhi College of Law, Mumbai, who took home the Runners up trophy along with a cash prize of Rs. 10,000, SCC Online Access Cards worth Rs. 69,000, a book hamper and one kindle device per participant of the team. The award for the Best Speaker was awarded to Varun Kothari from National Law University, Odisha who was awarded a trophy, a cash prize of Rs. 5000/-, an SCC Online Access Card worth Rs. 23,000, a book hamper and one kindle device. The Award for the Best Memorial was awarded to University School of Law and Legal Studies, New Delhi who were awarded with trophy, a cash prize of Rs. 5000/-, a book hamper, an SCC Online Access Card worth Rs. 23,000.


Date: 23rd-25th September 2016 Venue: Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad

Date

Time

Activity

Venue

 

 

 

 

23rd September 2016

3:30 pm

Reporting

Assembly Hall

3:30 pm- 4:00pm

Registration and Draw of Lots

Assembly Hall

4:00 pm- 5:00 pm

SCC Presentation

Assembly Hall

5:00 pm- 6:00 pm

Snacks

Mess

6:00 pm-7:00 pm

Inaugural Ceremony

Auditorium

7:00pm- 7:45pm

Law Theatre

Auditorium

7:45pm- 8:00pm

Escort students to Assembly Hall

 

8:00pm- 8:30pm

Memorial Exchange

Assembly Hall

 

 

 

 

 

 

24th September 2016

8:00 am-9:00 am

Breakfast

Mess

9:30 am-9:45 am

Escorted to Court Rooms

Academic Block

10:00 am-11:00 am

Prelims I

Room 009- Room 131

11:00 am-11:30 pm

Break

Mess

11:30 pm-12:30 pm

Prelims II

Room 009- Room 131

12:30 pm-12:45 pm

Photo Session

Academic Block

12:45 pm-2:00 pm

Lunch

Mess

2:00 pm-2:15 pm

Results of Prelims and Draw of Lots

Notice Board

2:30 pm-3:00 pm

Memorial Exchange

Assembly Hall

3:00 pm-4:00 pm

Preparation Time

Library

4:00 pm-5:30 pm

Quarter-Finals

Room 010- Room 013

5:30 pm-6:30 pm

Snacks

Mess

6:30 pm-7:00 pm

Results

Notice Board

7:00 pm-7:30 pm

Draw of Lots and Memorial Exchange

Assembly Hall

 

 

 

 

 

25th September 2016

7:30 am-8:30 am

Breakfast

Mess

8:30 am-9:00 am

Escorted to Court Rooms

Academic Block

9:00 am-11:30 am

Semi-Finals

Assembly Hall

11:30 am-11:45 am

Results

Notice Board

11:45 am-12:00 noon

Draw of Lots and Memorial Exchange

Assembly Hall

12:00 noon-1:00 pm

Lunch

Mess

1:00 pm-3:00 pm

Finals

Auditorium

3:00 pm-3:30 pm

Break

Mess

3:30 pm- 5:00 pm

Valedictory

Auditorium

JUDGES

  1. Preliminary Round

  1. Bruno Elayadom: Account Manager, Quislex Pvt. Ltd

  2. Alok Kumar Account Manager, Quislex Pvt. Ltd

  3. Sailaja Raju: Assistant Vice President, Quislex Pvt. Ltd

  4. Virupakash Gauda

  5. Dr. Sharmila Ghuge: Jitendra Chauhan Law College, Mumbai

  6. Shreya Seth: Senior Associate, Seth&Dua Associates

  7. Satyanarayan: Practicing Advocate, High Court, Andhra Pradesh

  8. Rachna Reddy: Practicing Advocate, High Court, Andhra Pradesh

  9. Sahul Nair: Associate Solution Advisor, Delloite

  10. Saptarishi Chaterjee: Associate Solution Advisor, Delloite

  11. Mayur Parihar: Associate Solution Advisor, Delloite

  12. Subhadeep Ray Choudhury

  13. Mohammad Aqib Alam:

  14. D Venkat Reddy: Advocate, RVR Assoicates, IPR attorneys and advocates

  15. Adv. K Venu Madhav

  16. Ambina Khan: Assistant Professor, Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad

  17. Jatin Kumar: Advocate, Nagpur High Court

  18. Shree Rahul: Assistant Professor, Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad

  19. Mayur Mundran: Associate,

  20. MV Chandramati: Assistant Professor, Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad

QUARTER ROUNDS

  1. Pragya Bhardwaja: Assoiciate Manager, ATOS India Pvt Ltd, Hyderabad

  2. Gurpreet Singh: Luthra and Luthra

  3. Heena Mall Vaidya: Senior Manager, Investment Banking AK Capital, Mumbai

  4. Alok Kumar : Account Manager, Quislex Pvt. Ltd

  5. Adv. Srikanth Patil: High Court Advocate, Bangalore

  6. Rajeev Mukundan: Chief Compliance Officer, Legal India, Emerging Markets ANZ an ROW, Mylan Laboratories Ltd

  7. Shashank Vaishashtha : Manager, Quislex, Legal Services

  8. MS Bharath : Senior Partner, Chennai Practice Lead, Anand and Anand.

  9. SEMI – FINALS

  1. Sampath Bulusu: Legal Head, Shell Oil, Ahemdabad

  2. Shridhar Sanjay Parundekar: Legal and Anti- Piracy Manager, Star India Pvt. Ltd., Mumbai

  3. Supratim Chakraborty: Principal Associate, KCO, Mumbai

  4. Adv. Chandrashekar: Advocate, Supreme Court of India


FINALS

  1. Aannaaand Deshpande: Privacy Counsel, Cognizant Technologies Solutions India Pvt. Ltd.

  2. Hon’ble Justice V Gopala Gowda of Supreme Court of India

  3. Dr. Aravind Chinchure: Chair Professor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship at the Symbiosis International University, Pune

LIST OF REGISTERED COLLEGES

1.Amity Law School, Gurgaon 

Speaker 1 - Diksha Bali 

Speaker 2 - Rajan Saini 

Researcher - Aditi Sahay 

2.New Law College (Bharati Vidyapeeth 

University) 

Speaker 1 - Akancha 

Speaker 2 - D. Prerana 

Researcher - Arpita Lakhwani 

3.CMR Law School, Bengaluru 

Speaker 1 - Akancha 

Speaker 2 - D. Prerana 

Researcher - Arpita Lakhwani 

4.CNLU, Patna 

Speaker 1 - Smriti 

Speaker 2 - Shambhavi Priyeshi 

Researcher - Pallavi Versha 

5.GLC, Thiruvananthapuram 

Speaker 1 - Ashiq Mohammed A.S.  

Speaker 2 - Siddique Sulaiman 

Researcher - Nithin J.R. 

6.GLC, Thrissur 

Speaker 1 - Krishna Mohan P 

Speaker 2 - Abimalek C. Valsan 

Researcher - Aiswarya Mohan 

7.IMS Law College, Noida 

Speaker 1 - Amanjot Singh Chadha 

Speaker 2 - Madhu Rani 

Researcher - Aman Jain  

8.K.C. Law College 

Speaker 1 - Kevin A. Pereira 

Speaker 2 - Sarosh Damania 

Reasearcher - Yogesh A. Jambotkar 

9.NLU, Odisha 

Speaker 1 - Varun Kothari 

Speaker 2 - Divya Rathore 

Researcher - Aditya Tiwari 

10.NEF Law College, Guwahati 

Speaker 1 - Saptarishi Prasad Sharma 

Speaker 2 - Dipshika Mahanta 

Researcher - Mamata Neog 

11.Amity Law School-1, Noida 

Speaker 1 -  Pranav Gupta 

Speaker 2 -  Karan Khera  

Researcher - Purva Popli 

12.NUSRL, Ranchi 

Speaker 1 - Ankita 

Speaker 2 - Govind Singh 

Researcher - Anupam Shivam 

13.Post Graduate College of Law, Osmania 

University 

Speaker 1 - Preetika Duggal 

Speaker 2 - K. Manish Kumar Reddy 

Researcher - Ishukapalli Abhijit 

14.Pravin Gandhi College of Law 

Speaker 1 - Bhoomii Dedhia 

Speaker 2 - Alka Mehta  

Reasearcher- Jui Masurekar 

15.Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab 

Speaker 1 - Naina Jindal  

Speaker 2 - Sunidhi Sawhney 

Researcher - Amon Parimoo 

16.Saveetha School of Law, Chennai 

Speaker 1 - Manisha S. 

Speaker 2 - Deepika T. 

Reasearcher - Madhumitha T. 

17.School of Excellence in Law, Tamil Nadu 

Speaker 1 - Sanjesh M.  

Speaker 2 - Navia Suzanne Ninan 

Researcher - Pavithra Sundararajan 

18.Symbiosis Law School, Noida 

Speaker 1 - Anish Kapoor 

Speaker 2 - Preksha Dwivedi 

Researcher - Navya Jain  

19.University School of Law and Legal Studies 

Speaker 1 - Swrang Varma 

Speaker 2 - Karandeep Singh 

Researcher - Savyasachi Rawat 

20.Amity Law School-2, Noida 

Speaker 1 - Rudrali Patil 

Speaker 2 - Yash Dev Upadhayaya 

Researcher - Mrinmoy Sharma  

21.Bishop Cotton Women's Christian Law College, 

Bengaluru 

Speaker 1 - Sheryl Ann Abraham 

Speaker 2 - Efciba Mary 

Researcher - Priyanka Ajjannavar 

22.ILS Law College, Pune 

Speaker 1 - Suhail Rashid Bhat 

Speaker 2 - Mrinalini Patil 

Researcher - Trisha Roy  

23.West Bengal National University of Judicial 

Sciences (NUJS) 

Speaker 1 - Mishi Malhotra 

Speaker 2 - Shreya Singhi 

Reasearcher - Pawan Ghawariya 

24.V.P. Law College 

Speaker 1 - Jagtap  Rajnandini Bhagwan 

Speaker 2 - Jagtap Prithviraj Bhagwan 

Researcher - Londhe Mangesh Prabhakar 

25.Tamil Nadu National Law School, Tiruchirappalli 

Speaker 1 - Apoorva S. Vinjamur 

Speaker 2 - Parvathy R. Anil 

Researcher - Shreya Menon 

26.RTMNU's Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar College of 

Law 

Speaker 1 - Mitisha Kotecha  

Speaker 2 -  Jineshi Thakar 

Researcher - Aastha Sharma  

27.Pendekanti Law College 

Speaker 1 - Vaishnavi Vasireddy 

Speaker 2 - Gaurav Rajendra Wadiyar 

Reasearcher - B. Chitralekha 

28.V.M. Salgaocar College of Law, Goa 

Speaker 1 - Shubham Sinai Priolkar 

Speaker 2 - Terence Vaz 

Reasearcher - Adrian Gonsalves 

29.Symbiosis Law School, Pune 

Speaker 1 - Prabhanjan Nilakantan 

Speaker 2 - Joseph Thodukayil 

Researcher - Mokshita Jain 

30.School of Law, Christ University 

Speaker 1 - Revanth Premkumar  

Speaker 2 - Sri Harini Reddy 

Researcher - Aarthi S. 

31.University​

Institute of Legal Studies, Punjab University, 

Chandigarh 

Speaker 1 - Arpit  Bansal  

Speaker 2 - Upasna Rana 

Researcher - Khushboo Pareek  

32.Govt. New Law College, Indore 

Speaker 1 - Aditya Shrivastava 

Speaker 2 - Gurdeep Singh Dang 

Researcher - Krishna Raghav Verma 

33.S.S. Maniyar Law College 

Speaker 1 - Ankita Ashok Jain 

Speaker 2 - Harshal Pradip Deshmukh 

Reasearcher - Aditi Arun Chhajer 

34.NUALS, Kochi 

Speaker 1 - Lingamsetty Sai Charan 

Speaker 2 - Vidit Goyal 

Researcher - Smruthi Prahaladan 

35.Northcap University, Gurgaon 

Speaker 1 - Apoorv Bhatnagar  

Speaker 2 -Vedang Pandey  

Researcher - Gokul Seth 

36.Gujarat National Law University 

Speaker 1 - Vardaan Bajaj  

Speaker 2 - Eashan Uthayya 

Researcher - Bhawana Jalutharia 

37.GLC,  Mumbai 

Speaker 1 - Kunal Kulshreshtha 

Speaker 2 - Tanya Chis 

Researcher - Akash  R. Vasaikar 

38.School of Law, Sastra University 

Speaker 1 - Varsha Balasubramanian 

Speaker 2 - Nivetha Veni K. 

Reasearcher - Akash B. 

39.Manikchand Pahade Law College, Aurangabad 

Speaker 1 -  Mohd Umar Kamaal Farooqui 

Speaker 2 - Mohd Aseem  

Reasearcher - Syed Obeidullah Shahed 

40.School of Law, Manipal University, Jaipur 

Speaker 1 - Shaily Hadoliya 

Speaker 2 - Samarth Chopra 

Researcher - Yashika Gupta 

LIST OF SELECTED TEAMS

1.Northcap University, Gurgaon 

Speaker 1 - Apoorv Bhatnagar  

Speaker 2 -Vedang Pandey  

Researcher - Gokul Seth 

2.Gujarat National Law University 

Speaker 1 - Vardaan Bajaj  

Speaker 2 - Eashan Uthayya 

Researcher - Bhawana Jalutharia 

3.Pendekanti Law College 

Speaker 1 - Vaishnavi Vasireddy 

Speaker 2 - Gaurav Rajendra Wadiyar 

Reasearcher - B. Chitralekha 

4.V.M. Salgaocar College of Law, Goa 

Speaker 1 - Shubham Sinai Priolkar 

Speaker 2 - Terence Vaz 

Reasearcher - Adrian Gonsalves 

5.Symbiosis Law School, Pune 

Speaker 1 - Prabhanjan Nilakantan 

Speaker 2 - Joseph Thodukayil 

Researcher - Mokshita Jain 

6.School of Law, Christ University 

Speaker 1 - Revanth Premkumar  

Speaker 2 - Sri Harini Reddy 

Researcher - Aarthi S. 

7.University​

Institute of Legal Studies, Punjab University, 

Chandigarh 

Speaker 1 - Arpit  Bansal  

Speaker 2 - Upasna Rana 

Researcher - Khushboo Pareek  

8.Tamil Nadu National Law School, 

Tiruchirappalli 

Speaker 1 - Apoorva S. Vinjamur 

Speaker 2 - Parvathy R. Anil 

Researcher - Shreya Menon 

9.ILS Law College, Pune 

Speaker 1 - Suhail Rashid Bhat 

Speaker 2 - Mrinalini Patil 

Researcher - Trisha Roy  

10.West Bengal National University of Judicial 

Sciences (NUJS) 

Speaker 1 - Mishi Malhotra 

Speaker 2 - Shreya Singhi 

Reasearcher - Pawan Ghawariya 

11.School of Excellence in Law, Tamil Nadu 

Speaker 1 - Apoorva S. Vinjamur 

Speaker 2 - Parvathy R. Anil 

Researcher - Shreya Menon 

12.Symbiosis Law School, Noida 

Speaker 1 - Anish Kapoor 

Speaker 2 - Preksha Dwivedi 

Researcher - Navya Jain  

13.University School of Law and Legal Studies 

Speaker 1 - Arpit  Bansal  

Speaker 2 - Upasna Rana 

Researcher - Khushboo Pareek  

14.Pravin Gandhi College of Law 

Speaker 1 - Bhoomii Dedhia 

Speaker 2 - Alka Mehta  

Reasearcher- Jui Masurekar 

15.Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, 

Punjab 

Speaker 1 - Naina Jindal  

Speaker 2 - Sunidhi Sawhney 

Researcher - Amon Parimoo 

16.NUSRL, Ranchi 

Speaker 1 - Ankita 

Speaker 2 - Govind Singh 

Researcher - Anupam Shivam 

17.NLU, Odisha 

Speaker 1 - Varun Kothari 

Speaker 2 - Divya Rathore 

Researcher - Aditya Tiwari 

18.New Law College (Bharati Vidyapeeth 

University) 

Speaker 1 - Akancha 

Speaker 2 - D. Prerana 

Researcher - Arpita Lakhwani 

19.CMR Law School, Bengaluru 

Speaker 1 - Akancha 

Speaker 2 - D. Prerana 

Researcher - Arpita Lakhwani 

20.CNLU, Patna 

Speaker 1 - Smriti 

Speaker 2 - Shambhavi Priyeshi 

Researcher - Pallavi Versha 

LIST OF WINNERS

  1. First Prize: School of Law, Christ University, Bengaluru
  2. Runner’s Up: Pravin Gandhi College of Law, Mumbai
  3. Best Memorial: University School of Law and Legal Studies
  4. Best Speaker: Varun Kothari, National Law University, Odisha

LIST OF PRIZES

  1. First Prize: Cash Prize of Rs 20,000/-, SCC Online Access Cards worth Rs. 69,000,A Book Hamper and three Kindle Devices
  2. Runner’s Up: Cash Prize of Rs 10,000/-, SCC Online Access Cards worth Rs. 69,000, A Book Hamper and three Kindle Devices
  3. Best Memorial: Cash Prize of Rs 5,000/-, SCC Online Access Cards worth Rs. 23,000, A Book Hamper and three Kindle Devices
  4. Best Speaker: Cash Prize of Rs 5,000/-, SCC Online Access Cards worth Rs. 23,000, A Book Hamper and three Kindle Devices

SPONSORS

  1. SCC ONLINE
  2. GOGIA LAW AGENCY
  3. LAMLITE
  4. CLASSMATE
  5. 5. SYMBIOSIS ALUMNI

2nd National Moot Court Competition Information

Executive Summary

The two day event began with the inaugural ceremony that was graced with the presence of Hon’ble Shri Justice Naveen Rao, Sitting Judge, High Court of Judicature at Hyderabad and Hon’ble Shri Prakash Reddy, Advocate General, State of Telangana, who addressed the participants about the importance of law and the future of litigation in India.

The ceremony started by the Lighting of the Lamp followed by the felicitation of the Hon’ble Chief Guest and Guest of Honour. The even witnessed enlightening and inspiring welcome address by the Convenor and Director, Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad. The function concluded with the Co-Convenor and Faculty In-charge Prof. Ambrina Khan declaring the Moot Court Competition 2017 officially open.

Both the days saw rigorous mooting by the participants which was adjudged by some of the most elite names in the legal industry.

Out of the 49 teams that registered for the Competition, 30 were selected after the Memorial Selection Round. The two Preliminary Round of the competition was followed by elimination of 22 Teams. The top 8 teams moved to the Quarters Final Rounds, followed by the top 4 teams in the Semi-Finals. Finally the top two teams went head-to-head in the Final Rounds which was adjudged by Hon’ble Justice Shri P. Sanjay Kumar, Sitting Judge, High Court of Judicature at Hyderabad, Prof. Dr. David Ambrose, Dean, School of Law, University of Madras and Mr. Kalyan Jhabakh, Founding Partner, Surana & Surana International Attorneys, Chennai.

The Valedictory Ceremony welcomed Hon’ble Justice Shri P. Sanjay Kumar, Sitting Judge, High Court of Judicature at Hyderabad as the Chief Guest, Prof. Dr. David Ambrose, Dean, School of Law, University of Madras and Mr. Kalyan Jhabakh, Founding Partner, Surana & Surana International Attorneys, Chennai, as the Guests of Honour, who shared their eruditeviews with the august gathering. The Ceremony concluded with the Prize Distribution, the winning trophy was bagged by School of Law, Christ University, Bengaluru, who received a cash prize of Rs 25,000/-, SCC Online Access Cards worth Rs. 23,000/- each, and one Lenovo Tab per participant of the team and also a Trophy and Gold Medal.

The Runners up were from NUSRL, Ranchi, who took home the Runners up trophy along with a cash prize of Rs. 15,000/-, SCC Online Access Cards worth Rs. 23,000 each, and one Lenovo Tab per participant of the team and also a Trophy and Silver Medal. The award for the Best Speaker was awarded to Lavanya Pathak, NUSRL, Ranchi who was awarded a trophy and medal, a cash prize of Rs. 5000/-, an SCC Online Access Card worth Rs. 23,000.

The Award for the Best Memorial was awarded to NUSRL, Ranchi who were awarded with trophy, a cash prize of Rs. 5000/-, SCC Online Access Card worth Rs. 23,000. Two additional Prizes of encouragement was awarded to 2 nd Runners Up Team by awarding SCC Online Access Card worth Rs. 23,000 and a book hamper and 2 nd Best Speaker award of SCC Online Access Card worth Rs. 23,000 and a book hamper.

Two additional Prizes of encouragement was awarded to 2 nd Runners Up Team by awarding SCC Online Access Card worth Rs. 23,000 and a book hamper and 2 nd Best Speaker award of SCC Online Access Card worth Rs. 23,000 and a book hamper.


Table Programme

Round

Date

Time

Activity

Venue

 

 

 

 

Prelims

 

 

 

 

23 rd September, 2017

8:00am- 9:00 am Breakfast Mess
9:00am- 9:30am Escort to Auditorium Auditorium
9:30am – 10:50 am Inaugural Ceremony Auditorium
10:50am – 11:20am Photo Session Auditorium
11:20am-12:00noon Preparation Time Assembly Hall
12:00 noon-12:15pm Escort to Court Rooms Class Rooms 009- 013/ 127-131/ 132-136
12:15noon–1:15pm Preliminary Round I Class Rooms 009- 013/ 127- 131/ 132-136
1:15pm- 2:15pm Lunch Mess
2:15- 2:30pm Escort to Court Rooms Class Rooms 009- 013/ 127-131/ 132-136
2:30pm- 3:30pm Preliminary Round II Class Rooms 009- 013/ 127- 131/ 132-136
3:30- 4:00pm Break

 

 

 

 

Quarter- Finals

 

 

 

 

23 rd September, 2017

04:45pm- 05:00pm Draw of Lots and Memorial Exchange Moot Court Hall
5:00pm- 5:30pm Preparation Assembly Hall
5:00pm- 5:30pm Escort to Court Rooms Class Rooms 009- 012
5:45pm- 7:00pm Quarter Finals Class Rooms 009- 012
7:00pm- 7:30pm Break
7:30pm- 7:45pmm Result Declaration Notice Board (Assembly Hall)
7:45pm- 8:00pm Draw of Lots & Memorial Exchange Moot Court Hall
8:00pm- 10:00pm Dinner Mess

 

 

 

 

Semi- Finals

 

 

 

 

24 th September 2017

8:00am- 9:30am Breakfast Mess
9:30am-10:00am Escort to Court Rooms Assembly Hall/ Moot Court Hall
10:00- 11:30am Semi Finals Assembly Hall/ Moot Court Hall
11:30am- 12:15pm Semi Final Round Results Notice Board (Assembly Hall)
12:15am- 12:30pm Draw of Lots and Memorial Exchange Moot Court Hall
12:30noon- 1:30pm Lunch Mess

 

 

 

 

Finals

 

 

 

 

24 th September, 2017

1:30pm- 1:45pm Escort to Court Room Auditorium
1:45pm- 3:45pm Finals Auditorium
3:45pm- 4:30pm Snacks Mess
4:30pm- 7:00pm Valedictory Auditorium
7:00pm- 7:30pm Photo Session Auditorium

JUDGES

I. Preliminary Round

  1. Mr. Sandeep
  2. Mr. M. Prasantha
  3. Pratyush Singh
  4. Yash
  5. Harsh Vardhan
  6. Parikshit
  7. Nishtha
  8. Sagarika Mundra
  9. Mayur Mundra
  10. Abhigyan Sengupta
  11. Mohq Aqib Alam
  12. Adv Srinivas Khubham Reddy
  13. Srikant patil ( +escort for supratim)
  14. Sushal Tiwari (+escort)
  15. Naman Jhabhak
  16. Vivek Khanwalker
  17. Eeasha
  18. Venkat Reddy
  19. Sai Teja
  20. Vadeendra joshi
  21. Vindhya karthik
  22. Aneesh V
  23. Mohit reddy
  24. Satyanaryan
  25. Srividya
  26. Anmol Sinha
  27. Asit Mishra
  28. Vidhi Gupta
  29. Jatin kumar
  30. Zenia Cassinath

II. QUARTER FINAL ROUNDS

  1. Ms. Ekta

  2. Mr. Kris Glendhil

  3. Mr. Anthony

  4. Priya Iyenger

  5. Iish Vinay

  6. Hena mall Vaidya

III. SEMI – FINALS

  1. Sampath Bulusu: Legal Head, Shell Oil, Ahemdabad

  2. Supratim Chakraborty: Principal Associate, KCO, Mumbai

  3. Aritri Roy Choudhary, Associate, Kochar & Company, Kolkata.

  4. Srinjoy, Associate, Kochar & Company, Kolkata.

IV. FINALS

  1. Hon’ble Justice Shri P. Sanjay Kumar, Sitting Judge, High Court of Judicature at Hyderabad.

  2. Prof. Dr. David Ambrose, Dean, School of Law, University of Madras.

  3. Mr. Kalyan Jhabakh, Founding Partner, Surana & Surana International Attorneys, Chennai.


LIST OF REGISTERED COLLEGES

1. Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh Speaker 1 - Faham Ahmed Khan
Speaker 2 - Asmita Srivastava
Researcher - Utkarsh Srivastav
2.

Deparment of Law, University of Culcutta, Kolakata

Speaker 1 - Shail Bala Tripathy
Speaker 2 - Rupa Singh
Researcher - Jigyasha Sharma
3. Damodaram Sanjivanya National Law University, Visakapatnam Speaker 1 - Gouri Saxena
Speaker 2 - Vaishnavi Kanduri
Researcher - Prakhar Bharnuaj
4. School of Law, University of Mumbai Speaker 1 - Anusha Nair
Speaker 2 - Anaga Sriram
Researcher - Siddharth Singh
5. Pendekanti Law College, Telangana Speaker 1 - A.T.S.S.P. Vaishnavi
Speaker 2 - Gaurav Rajendra Wadiyar
Researcher - C.P. Suchitra
6.

Dr. Ambedkar College Law, Deeksha Bhoomi, Nagpur

Speaker 1 - Rajdeep Mantha
Speaker 2 - Pushkar Achyot Deshpande
Researcher - Rohan Pillai
7. University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Dehradun Speaker 1 - Aishwarya Shaji
Speaker 2 - Shreya Bhargava
Researcher - Nivedita Menon
8. School of Law, Galgotias University Speaker 1 - Sakshi Shukla
Speaker 2 - Shubhendu Shukla
Reasearcher - Divyanshu Chaudhary
9. Jagarlamudi Chandramouli College of Law Speaker 1 - Muvva Sree Lekha
Speaker 2 - Ravi Teja Talaseela
Researcher - Kata Ramya Reddy
10. Amity University, Rajasthan Speaker 1 - Sachin Singh Rathore
Speaker 2 - Gaurav Sanghi
Researcher - Mishel Modi
11. Pravin Gandhi College of Law Speaker 1 - Hanu Grover
Speaker 2 - Jesica Thakkar
Researcher - Ashna Shah
12. The Law School, University of Jammu, Jammu Speaker 1 - Pranav Jain
Speaker 2 - Sahiba Banotra
Researcher - Kritika Jain
13. ILS Law College Speaker 1 - Anjali Raj
Speaker 2 - Prachi Agarwal
Researcher - Saksham Jain
14. N. S. Soti Law College, Sangli Speaker 1 - Natasha Rajeev Martin
Speaker 2 - Saloni Atul Kulkarni
Reasearcher- Sanika Sumedh Hardikar
15. Co-operative School of Law, Kerala Speaker 1 - Abishek Johny
Speaker 2 - Chacko Mathews K.
Researcher - Anakha Santhosh
16. Government Law College, Trivandrum, Kerala Speaker 1 - Saniya Mariam Thomas
Speaker 2 - Arun Sebastian
Reasearcher - Ammu V. Nair
17. Modern Law College, Pune Speaker 1 - Anusha Tiwari
Speaker 2 - Ruchira Dandekar
Researcher - Manas Arora
18. ITM University, Raipur Speaker 1 - P. Shruti
Speaker 2 - Akancha Kulkarni
Researcher - Divya Pateria
19. School of Law, Christ University, Bengaluru Speaker 1 - Anurag Singh
Speaker 2 - Pranav Kamnani
Researcher - Sheetal S.
20. LLOYD Law College, Noida Speaker 1 - Ishan Mitra
Speaker 2 - Mani Shankar
Researcher - Nikhil Singh Raman
21. School of Excellence in Law, The Tamil Nadu Dr. Ambedkar Law University Speaker 1 - Pavithra S.
Speaker 2 - Teepanjanli S.
Researcher - Surya Narayanan N.
22. S.S. Jain Subodh Law College, Rajasthan Speaker 1 - Yash Batra
Speaker 2 - Vaibhav Sharma
Researcher - Tushar Saxena
23. Amity Law School, Amity University M.P. Speaker 1 - Shivangi Jain
Speaker 2 - Abhilasha Kumari
Reasearcher - Malvika Pandey
24. University Law College, Bengaluru Speaker 1 - Faiza Khanum
Speaker 2 - Aishwarya J.
Researcher - Vishrutha R.
25. Campus Law Centre, Delhi Speaker 1 - Arunima Bishnoi
Speaker 2 - Parthasarathy Bose
Researcher - Aarushi Sood
26. University Institute of Legal Studies, Chandigarh Speaker 1 - Sidhi Bansal
Speaker 2 - Anushikha Gupta
Researcher - Sagar Ratusaria
27. Unitedworld School of Law, Gujarat Speaker 1 - Smit Dhaval Patel
Speaker 2 - Tamanna Hemraj Khatri
Reasearcher - Prerana Rajesh Chhapia
28. Indian Institute of Legal Studies, West Bengal Speaker 1 - Richa Goyel
Speaker 2 - Rushkar Firdosh
Reasearcher - Prasha Garg
29. Mar Gregorios College of Law, Kerala Speaker 1 - Mariya Varghese
Speaker 2 - Meera S. Rajan
Researcher - Rahul V.R.
30. Dr. Shankuntala Misra National Rehabilitation, Lucknow Speaker 1 - Utkarsh Misra
Speaker 2 - Manish
Researcher - Vaibhav Kumar Jha
31. Sastra University, Tamil Nadu Speaker 1 - Parmesh N.
Speaker 2 - Reshmitha G Sarma
Researcher - Pasapala Syed Mustaq
32. Jitendra Chauhan College of Law, Mumbai Speaker 1 - Rui Danawala
Speaker 2 - Sofia Udaipuri
Researcher - Kekinkumar Patel
33. Department of Law, University of Calcutta Speaker 1 - Soumajit Majumder
Speaker 2 - Amartya Basu
Reasearcher - Bishan Dutta
34. Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi Speaker 1 - Mahoor
Speaker 2 - Harshita Chaturvedi
Researcher - Anany Upadhyay
35. RTMNU's Dr. Ambedkar College of Law Speaker 1 - Manank Panchmatia
Speaker 2 -Parth Ranade
Researcher - Jineshi Thakur
36. NUSRL, Ranchi Speaker 1 - Anwesha Pandey
Speaker 2 - Lavanya Pathak
Researcher - Shaoli Chakraborty
37. Amity Law School, UP Speaker 1 - Divyanshu Singh
Speaker 2 - Nishit Chopra
Researcher - Ankit Kumar
38. Saveetha School of Law Speaker 1 - Syed Mahathir
Speaker 2 - Monesh Boopalan
Reasearcher - J.A.D. Melvin
39. Delhi Metropolitan Education Speaker 1 - Manish Vashist
Speaker 2 - Ragini Sharma
Reasearcher - Abhilash Gupta
40 Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies Speaker 1 - Mayank Singhal
Speaker 2 - Apoorva
Researcher - Sakshi Garg
41. Bishop Cotton Women's College Christian Law College Speaker 1 - Mansi
Speaker 2 - Deepali Sharma
Researcher - Garima Kaushik
42. Law College Dehradun, Uttaranchal University Speaker 1 - Yash Pratap Singh
Speaker 2 - Vinayak Rajan Pandey
Researcher - Sagar
43. Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia National Law University Speaker 1 - Nishank Vashistha
Speaker 2 - Harsh Rao
Researcher - Mrinal Singh
44. Tamil Nadu National Law School Speaker 1 - Preyashi Shrivastava
Speaker 2 - Samhita Vinod
Researcher - Shubham Singh Bhadouriya
45. Manikchand Pahade Law College, Aurangabad Speaker 1 - Mayur Subhedar
Speaker 2 - Saloni R. Katariya
Researcher - Ravikiran M. Shukre
46. New Law College, Bhartividyapeeth University Speaker 1 - Prateek Kumar Singh
Speaker 2 - Vinayak Tiwari
Researcher - Shubham Singh
47. K.L.E. Society's Law College Speaker 1 - P. Vighnesh Kaimal
Speaker 2 - Ancy P. Anto
Researcher - Rushali Agarwal
48. Government Law College, Mumbai Speaker 1 - Sansriti Sen
Speaker 2 - Bryan J. Pillai
Researcher - Satinder Pannu
49. The National University of Advanced Legal Studies Speaker 1 - Abhinav Mathur
Speaker 2 - Parul Sharma
Researcher - Shivansh Gariya

LIST OF SELECTED TEAMS

1.

Damodaram Sanjivanya National Law University, Visakapatnam

Speaker 1 - Gouri Saxena

Speaker 2 - Vaishnavi Kanduri

Researcher - Prakhar Bharnuaj

2.

Pendekanti Law College, Telangana

Speaker 1 - A.T.S.S.P. Vaishnavi

Speaker 2 - Gaurav Rajendra

Wadiyar

Researcher - C.P. Suchitra

3.

University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Dehradun

Speaker 1 - Aishwarya Shaji

Speaker 2 - Shreya Bhargava

Researcher - Nivedita Menon

4.

School of Law, Galgotias University

Speaker 1 - Sakshi Shukla

Speaker 2 - Shubhendu Shukla

Reasearcher - Divyanshu

Chaudhary

5.

Jagarlamudi Chandramouli College of Law

Speaker 1 - Muvva Sree Lekha

Speaker 2 - Ravi Teja Talaseela

Researcher - Kata Ramya Reddy

6.

Amity University, Rajasthan

Speaker 1 - Sachin Singh Rathore

Speaker 2 - Gaurav Sanghi

Researcher - Mishel Modi

7.

Pravin Gandhi College of Law

Speaker 1 - Hanu Grover

Speaker 2 - Jesica Thakkar

Researcher - Ashna Shah

8.

The Law School, University of Jammu, Jammu

Speaker 1 - Pranav Jain

Speaker 2 - Sahiba Banotra

Researcher - Kritika Jain

9.

Government Law College, Trivandrum, Kerala

Speaker 1 - Saniya Mariam Thomas

Speaker 2 - Arun Sebastian

Reasearcher - Ammu V. Nair

10.

School of Law, Christ University, Bengaluru

Speaker 1 - Anurag Singh

Speaker 2 - Pranav Kamnani

Researcher - Sheetal S.

11.

LLOYD Law College, Noida

Speaker 1 - Ishan Mitra

Speaker 2 - Mani Shankar

Researcher - Nikhil Singh Raman

12.

School of Excellence in Law, The Tamil Nadu Dr. Ambedkar Law University

Speaker 1 - Pavithra S.

Speaker 2 - Teepanjanli S.

Researcher - Surya Narayanan N.

13.

S.S. Jain Subodh Law College, Rajasthan

Speaker 1 - Yash Batra

Speaker 2 - Vaibhav Sharma

Researcher - Tushar Saxena

14.

University Law College, Bengaluru

Speaker 1 - Faiza Khanum

Speaker 2 - Aishwarya J.

Researcher - Vishrutha R.

15.

University Institute of Legal Studies, Chandigarh

Speaker 1 - Sidhi Bansal

Speaker 2 - Anushikha Gupta

Researcher - Sagar Ratusaria

16.

Indian Institute of Legal Studies, West Bengal

Speaker 1 - Richa Goyel

Speaker 2 - Rushkar Firdosh

Reasearcher - Prasha Garg

17.

Dr. Shankuntala Misra National Rehabilitation, Lucknow

Speaker 1 - Utkarsh Misra

Speaker 2 - Manish

Researcher - Vaibhav Kumar Jha

18.

Sastra University, Tamil Nadu

Speaker 1 - Parmesh N.

Speaker 2 - Reshmitha G Sarma

Researcher - Pasapala Syed Mustaq

19.

Jitendra Chauhan College of Law, Mumbai

Speaker 1 - Rui Danawala

Speaker 2 - Sofia Udaipuri

Researcher - Kekinkumar Patel

20.

Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi

Speaker 1 - Mahoor

Speaker 2 - Harshita Chaturvedi

Researcher - Anany Upadhyay

21.

NUSRL, Ranchi

Speaker 1 - Anwesha Pandey

Speaker 2 - Lavanya Pathak

Researcher - Shaoli Chakraborty

22.

Amity Law School, UP

Speaker 1 - Divyanshu Singh

Speaker 2 - Nishit Chopra

Researcher - Ankit Kumar

23.

Delhi Metropolitan Education

Speaker 1 - Manish Vashist

Speaker 2 - Ragini Sharma

Reasearcher - Abhilash Gupta

24.

Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies

Speaker 1 - Mayank Singhal

Speaker 2 - Apoorva

Researcher - Sakshi Garg

25.

Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia National Law University

Speaker 1 - Nishank Vashistha

Speaker 2 - Harsh Rao

Researcher - Mrinal Singh

26.

Tamil Nadu National Law School

Speaker 1 - Preyashi Shrivastava

Speaker 2 - Samhita Vinod

Researcher - Shubham Singh

Bhadouriya

27.

Manikchand Pahade Law College, Aurangabad

Speaker 1 - Mayur Subhedar

Speaker 2 - Saloni R. Katariya

Researcher - Ravikiran M. Shukre

28.

New Law College, Bhartividyapeeth University

Speaker 1 - Prateek Kumar Singh

Speaker 2 - Vinayak Tiwari

Researcher - Shubham Singh

29.

Government Law College, Mumbai

Speaker 1 - Sansriti Sen

Speaker 2 - Bryan J. Pillai

Researcher - Satinder Pannu

30.

The National University of Advanced Legal Studies

Speaker 1 - Abhinav Mathur

Speaker 2 - Parul Sharma

Researcher - Shivansh Gariya



LIST OF WINNERS


  1. First Prize: School of Law, Christ University, Bengaluru
  2. Runner’s Up: NUSRL, Ranchi
  3. Best Memorial: NUSRL, Ranchi
  4. Best Speaker: Lavanya Pathak, NUSRL, Ranchi
  5. 2nd Runners Up Team: Damodaram Sanjivanya National Law University, Visakapatnam

LIST OF PRIZES

  1. First Prize: Winner: Winners Trophy & Gold Medal, Cash Prize of Rs 25,000/-, SCC Online Access Cards worth Rs. 23,000/- to each team member, one Lenovo Tab per participant of the team.
  2. Runners Up: Runners up trophy along with a cash prize of Rs. 15,000/-, SCC Online Access Cards worth Rs. 23,000 each, and Silver Medal.
  3. Best Speaker: Trophy and Medal, a cash prize of Rs. 5000/-, an SCC Online Access Card worth Rs. 23,000.
  4. Best Memorial: Trophy, a cash prize of Rs. 5000/-, SCC Online Access Card worth Rs. 23,000.
  5. 2 nd Runners Up Team: SCC Online Access Card worth Rs. 23,000 and a book hamper
  6. 2 nd Best Speaker: SCC Online Access Card worth Rs. 23,000 and a book hamper

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