Moot Court Session

September 27, 2018

Nature of the Activity :

Moot Court Session

Objectives of the Activity :

  • To widen the horizons of the students by backing them with a practical exposure through this activity.
  •  To familiarize them better with the characters, proceedings and other formalities carried out as a part of the session.
  • To build confidence, inculcate the idea of sharing knowledge and information through practical and simulation exercises of this kind.

Description of the Activity :

With the above said objectives and also with a view to give a practical exposure to the subject of Commercial Law, a Moot Court session on the case Rahul Rao – Appellant V/s State of Andhra Pradesh – Respondent was held on September 27, 2018 at 2:00 PM in the College Seminar Hall. Prof. Gagan K., Asst. Professor from Shri Dharmasthala Manjunatheshwara Law College, Mangaluru., was the Resource Person and Judge for this session.

Based on the above said case, The following were the roles played by the students named below :
 Rahul Rao – Venkat Sacheth K.
 Kiran Rao – Srirag
 Victim’s mother – Latchiya Priya
 Plaintiff Lawyer – Nithesh Nayak
 Defense Lawyer –Vaishno Prasad N.
 Judge – Prof. Gagan K.
 Court clerk – Pavihra

Faculties of the Department, Mrs. Dhanyashree welcomed and Mrs. Niveditha Nayak presented a memento to the Resource Person and Judge Prof. Gagan K.

Outcome of the Activity :

The case was very well executed by the characters. Prof. Gagan K., shared his feedback on the case and also appreciated the students for presenting the case well. He also interacted with the students post session and answered to the questions posed by the students about the law and its proceedings.

This activity served to achieve the core values of fostering global competency and eliciting quest for excellence amongst the students.

Student coordinator Vaishno Prasad N., and faculty Mrs. Dhanyashree coordinated the session.

Report by: Mr. Hardik P. Chauhan & Mrs. Laxmi Hegde

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