Events and Seminars
- INTRA MOOT COURT COMPETITION, 2020
30th January 2020 Third Intra Moot –Court Competition on “Right to Information Law” 6 teams participated in Moot Court HoD Law Dr. Santosh Sharma Moot Court Convenor (s) Mrs. Khushboo Pareek Mrs. Reena Kumawat, Mrs. Sakshi Vashisth , Ms. Damini Saxsena and Mr. Dinesh Purohit and Mr. Shantanu Sharma and Mr. Abheejit Pancholi (Adv. of Rajasthan High Court, Jaipur) judged the participants.
- INTRA MOOT COURT COMPETITION, 2019
2nd Feb.’ 2019 Second Intra Moot-Court Competition on “Contract and Hindu Law” 10 teams participated in Moot Court HoD Law Mr. Amit Yadav, Moot Court Convener Ms. Preeti Sanger, Dr. Santosh Sharma, Mr. Nat Ram Meena, Mrs. Khushbu Pareek judged the participants.
- LEGAL AID AWARENESS PROGRAMME,2020, NEWAI
The Students of Dr. K.N. Modi University organized a legal aid camp at Govt. Sr. Sec. School, Banasthali on 8th February 2020. Students guided the people about various free services provided by the Governments and they also show drama on a how to avail the free legal aid and assured them to provide every possible help whenever needed it includes Domestic Violence, Acid Attack, rights of farmers land, and many more.
- LEGAL AID AWARENESS PROGRAMME, 2019 ,NEWAI
On Saturday 3rd August 2019 students of Dr. K. N. Modi University organized a legal aid camp in Rampura village (Devpura Dhani). Students guided the people about the various free services provided by the government and they also gave them a demo on how to avail the free legal aid and assured them to provide every possible help whenever needed.
- INTRAMOOT COURT COMPETITION, 2017
November 4, 2017 First Intra Moot court Competition on “Juvenile Justice and its Applicability in Criminal Justice System”Dr. K. N. Modi University, Newai (Rajasthan) hosted their first Intra Moot Court Competition organized by Law Department. Ms. Kavita Lama coordinates the whole event. The event was inaugurated by the Vice-Chancellor. 18 Students participated in the event. Hon’ble Justice Bhargava (Retired High Court Judge) was the Chief Guest.30 May,2020 National Webinar on “ Human Rights and Duties During COVID-19 Pandemic” Organized by Department of Law at Dr. K.N. Modi University, NewaiThis Webinar was organized by Department of Law entitle on Human Rights and Duties During COVID-19 Pandemic. The Chief Guest of this event were Prof. (Dr.) Benarji Chakka Dean of VIT School of Law, Amravati (Andhra Pradesh) and Dr. Sanjula Thanvi Director of Five Year Law College , University of Rajasthan Jaipur.Prof. (Dr.) Benarji Chakka delivered speech on Human Rights of Citizens during lock down and Dr. Sanjula Thanvi delivered speech on Duties of People at International and National Level.
- A Webinar on” EVOLUTION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM IN INDIA” Organized by Faculty of Law at Dr. K.N. Modi University, Newai on 10 October 2020.
This Webinar was organized by Faculty of Law entitle on Evolution of Criminal Justice System in India. The Keynote Speaker of this event was Mr. Ramesh Kumar Choudhary, Prosecution Officer, Rajasthan Police Academy, Jaipur.Mr. Ramesh Kumar Choudhary delivered a speech on topic of this event and discussed about historical background of criminal justice system in India and present scenario of Criminal Justice system in India.
- VISITS REGARDING LEGAL CONSULTANCY AND LEGAL AWARENESS
Dr. K.N. Modi University, Newai, Faculty of Law organized a 7 day legal awareness and consultancy programme from 7.01.2023-13.01.2023, where we visited different villages with the objective of spreading awareness about basic legal rights and hearing legal grievances of people. This camp was organized with a long term aim of setting up a permanent Legal Aid Clinic at Faculty of Law at Dr. K.N. Modi University, Newai for providing legal consultancy. During the visits people were informed that they can visit the legal aid clinic at the university where they will be provided legal consultancy and the faculty and students will help them resolve their issues. The detailed report of the program is as follows.
On the first day we visited village Pahadi. Where, we met Sarpanch Smt. Asha Devi Choudhary of village and also other villagers. The programme was commenced by the Dean Faculty of Law Prof. (Dr.) Monika Sharma where she informed the attendees about the purpose of our visit and the intention of the university to set up a free legal aid clinic thereafter the programme was continued by Head of department Dr. Santosh Sharma where she explained certain basic legal rights and talked about the day to day legal issues faced by the villagers, she further motivated them to visit the legal aid clinic at the university. Members of the faculty of law including Damini Saxena, Pooja Gahlot, Surbhi Dubela, Priyanka Pareek, Dinesh Purohit ,Dinesh Bairwa further talked about certain basic legal rights, fundamental rights and fundamental duties.
Thereafter the students of the faculty started their presentation, the first presentation was by Kushal Yogi student of B.A. LL.B second semester and he talked about consumer awareness and several rights given to consumers under the Consumer Protection Act, 2019. Then the second presentation was by Anjali Agarwal student of B.A. LL.B fourth semester she explained about the right of private defense as discussed under Section 96-106 of the Indian Penal Code, 1860. The next presentation was by Sanjay Choudhary, student of B.A. LL.B eighth semester and he explained the importance of consumer awareness and talked about consumer exploitation generally faced by people. Thereafter, the villagers were asked about the problems that is being faced by them on day to day basis and the same was recorded by faculty member Mr. Dinesh Bairwa, the major issues were as follows:
1) The abrupt electricity timings in the village due to which the daily activities of the villagers are hampered.
2) The poor condition of the roads, and the long due constructions of the road in village which makes the daily commute very difficult.
3) Several issues related to water supply, water supply connections, electricity connections, their request to increase the depth of the local pond.
While concluding the program the Dean, Faculty of law Prof. (Dr.) Monika Sharma assured the attendees that they can visit the legal aid clinic at the university any day during the official timings and that they will receive aid and advice by the faculty members and will be helped in very possible way, she also emphasized on the importance of legal education and awareness. After that attendees were given a token of remembrance by the Head of Department, Dr. Santosh Sharma.
Then on the second day we visited village Shivaad, before leaving for the programme the vice chancellor of the university Dr. V.K. Divedi motivated the students of the faculty of law and talked about the fundamental rights as enshrined in our constitution. In this visit to Shivaad village we went to Ghushmeshwar college and met the Director Mr. Neeraj Sharma and other members of the faculty together with the trustee of the Shivaad Mandir Trust ,Mr. Prem Prakash Sharma. The programme was started by Dean, Faculty of Law and she addressed all the attendees and started the programme by introducing the objective of the ongoing legal awareness camp, she then explained the importance of legal awareness in our day to day life. The Head of the Department, Dr. Santosh Sharma them addressed the attendees and informed them about our intention to set up a permanent legal aid clinic at the university and assured the villagers they can visit the university during the official timings for legal consultancy. During the programme the faculty members Ms. Damini Saxena, Mr. Dinesh Bairwa, Mrs. Surbhi Dubhela, Ms. Pooja Gahlot and Ms. Priyanka Pareek all of them talked about the importance of basic legal knowledge including our legal and fundamental rights and duties. Thereafter the students of the faculty started their presentations on various legal rights which are essential in our daily life this included the presentation by Yash Bansal, student of Sixth Semester, B.A. LL.B, and he informed about the procedure to file an RTI, the importance of RTI, the information that can be received by filling RTI and other provisions of the Right to information Act, 2005, then, Risha Fatima student of LL.B fourth semester talked about the provisions related to First Information Report (FIR), the procedure to file FIR and the concerned rights and duties then, Sanjay Choudhary student of B.A LL.B eighth semester and he talked about the importance of consumer awareness the, Sumit Sharma student of B.A LL.B eighth semester informed the attendees about fundamental rights, then, Khusal Yogi student of second semester B.A LL.B talked about various consumer rights and duties as provided under The Consumer Protection Act, 2019, then our faculty member Ms. Pooja Gahlot talked about domestic violence, the meaning of domestic violence and rights of aggrieved person under The Protection Of Women From Domestic Violence Act, 2005 and also emphasized the importance of women empowerment. Thereafter, the trustee Mr. Prem Prakash who himself is from the legal field talked about the relevance and importance of legal knowledge in our day to day life. The Director Mr. Neeraj Sharma also motivated the students with his kind words. While concluding the program the Dean Faculty of Law Prof. (Dr.) Monika Sharma the Head of Department Dr. Santosh Sharma gave a token of remembrance to the trustee and the director.
On this day we visited the higher secondary school in village Jola. The event was attended by the several villagers the principal and teachers of the school and students of classes 9th to 12th. The programme was commenced by the dean Faculty of Law Prof. Monika Sharma and she started by explaining the importance of basic legal rights such as rights against eve teasing, consumer rights , self defence , protection against domestic violence etc she motivated the students to voice their problems and informed all the attendees about our intention of setting up a legal aid clinic at the university for providing legal consultancy. Thereafter the faculty member Ms. Pooja Gahlot talked about the female foeticide and the consequences of this menace not just on the suffering women but on the society as whole she also talked about the importance of women empowerment.