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Guest Lecture
“Moot Court"

on 4th March, 2018


The Faculty of Law had organized a guest lecture on ‘Moot Court’ for the students of the Final year, LL.B.

The Speaker of the lecture was Ms. Apeksha Choudhary, Assistant Professor, (NET), LL.M. (Human Rights), Sardar Patel Subharti Institute of Law, Swami Vivekanand Subharti University, situated at Meerut, Uttar Pradesh.

The main objective of the guest lecture was to introduce and educate the students with the techniques of a Moot Court. The speaker emphasized, that a Moot Court activity is conducted to enhance the presentation and argumentative skills among the law students.

Students were exposed to the various Mooting skills while connecting and relating it with the good Advocacy skills. Mooting basically involves an oral argument appealing a case that has already been heard by a district court; it is not a mock trial – there are no witnesses and no objections although the petitioner will have the opportunity to make a brief rebuttal, it is not a debate.

The Moot Court sessions encourage the development of skills in brief writing and oral advocacy. The Moot Court is practiced in different stages like analysis of the facts of a case to arrive at the legal points, to understand the decided cases in light of a case presented in the Moot Court, preparation of the complaint, written statement, drafting written and oral arguments and conduct of the participants with opponent counsels and the bench.

Keeping in view, the dynamic legal environment, there should be a practical exposure in the form of regular mooting activities at the campus as well as visits to courts and other related bodies. Moot Court is a simulated oral argument, similar to an argument made before an appellate court that lasts for around 15 minutes during which, the attorney presents an argument and answers questions posed by the panel of judges.

The speaker summarized few tips for moot Court :

1. Use precise and simple English in your moot memorials.
2. Present facts from the point of the view of the side which is presenting the memorial.
3. Have a good index and pagination. Using 1, 2, 3 and i, ii, iii etc. can be confusing for the judges.
4. Tackle objections which might come from the other side. Negate or distinguish the cases which might be used by the other party.
5. Use spiral binding and good quality paper. Presentation matters.
6. Have multiple copies of every document.




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“Law of Torts"

on 12th November, 2017


The Faculty of Law had organized a guest lecture on ‘Law of Torts’ for the students of the First year, LL.B. The Speaker of the lecture was Mr. Neeraj Gupta, Assistant Professor Dewan Law College, Meerut who is is cognitively skillful on the topic. Mr. Ankur Gupta, Assistant Professor (HOD Law) introduced the speaker and invited him to commence the lecture session.

The main objective of the guest lecture was to introduce and educate the students with the Law of Torts. The speaker discussed and elaborated the following topics while introducing the intricacies of Torts to the Indian scenario.

Chronological arrangement the topics covered in his lecture: Introduction of torts, What is Torts and It’s Essentials, Damnum Sine Injuria & Injuria Sine Damnum, Ubi Jus Ibi Remedium, Defamation, Act of God, Inevitable accident, Volenti non fit injuria, Ex turpi causa non oritur action, Negligence & Contribute Negligence, Assault & Battery, Vicarious Liability, Absolute & Strict Liability, State Liability

At the end of the session, there was a brief Question – Answer session, where students benefitted from his long experience and immense knowledge of law. Students are now well versed with the subject and confident for the upcoming University examinations. The session is a commendable effort by the Speaker which embossed students with perception, learning and reasoning.




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“Law of Crime-I"

on 5th November, 2017


The Faculty of Law had organized a guest lecture on ‘Law of Crime-I’ for the students of the First year, LL.B. The Speaker of the lecture was Mr. Ambuj Sharma, Assistant Professor (HOD Dewan Law College, Meerut) who is is cognitively skillful on the topic. Mr. Ankur Gupta, Assistant Professor (HOD Law) introduced the speaker and invited him to commence the lecture session.

The main objective of the guest lecture was to introduce and educate the students with the Law of Crime-I. The speaker discussed and elaborated the following topics while introducing the intricacies of Indian Penal Code to the Indian scenario.

Chronological arrangement the topics covered in his lecture: Introduction of IPC, What is Crime and It’s Essentials, Stages of crime, Mens Rea with all its Exceptions., Abetment , conspiracy, Attempt( with all theories), mistake of fact & law, Accident, offence done by child with age, Insanity, Drunkenness, Intoxication, Grievous hurt, Private defence, Affray and Riots , Sedition, Punishment with relating theories.

At the end of the session, there was a brief Question – Answer session, where students benefitted from his long experience and immense knowledge of law. Students are now well versed with the subject and confident for the upcoming University examinations. The session is a commendable effort by the Speaker which embossed students with perception, learning and reasoning.




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“The Indian Evidence Act, 1872"

on 29 October, 2017 and 05 November, 2017


The Faculty of Law had organized a guest lecture on ‘Indian Evidence Act - 1872’ for the students of the Final year, LL.B. The Speaker of the lecture was Advocate Sh. Sarfaraz Rana, who is presently running a coaching centre in Meerut and is cognitively skillful on Indian Procedural Laws. The Class coordinator introduced the speaker and invited him to commence the lecture session.

Here I am chronologically arranging the topics covered in his lecture: Background of Indian Evidence Act, 1872, Nature of Indian Evidence Act, 1872, Applicability of Evidence Act, 1872, Interpretation clause , Concept of relevancy, Fact In-Issue; Relevant Facts; Document, Concept of Presumption : Presumption of fact and Presumption of Law, May Presume, Shall Presume, and Conclusive Proof, Plea of Alibi , Concept of Co-Accomplice and co-accused , Relevancy and Admissibility; Res Gestae (Sections 6 to 13), Admission , Types of Admission , Who can make Admission ?, Confession (Sections 24 to 30), Types of confession, Plea of Guilty, Difference between Confession and Plea of Guilty, Difference between Admission and Confession, Opinion of Experts; Opinion of Third Persons (Sections 45 to 47), Detailed discussions on terms like ‘Motive’, ‘Intention’, ‘Ocular Evidence’, Estoppel (Sections 115 – 116), Dying Declaration – its evidentiary value, Judgments of court, when relevant (Sections 40 – 44), Character when relevant (Sections 52 – 55), Judicial Notice (Sections 56 – 57), Facts which need not to be proved , Types of Evidences, Types of Documents (Sections 74 – 76) , Exclusion of Oral by Documentary Evidence (Sections 91 to 92), Patent ambiguity, Latent ambiguity, Burden of Proof (Sections 101 – 110, 117), Presumption of life, Presumption of Death, Witnesses - Competency and Compellability of Witnesses;, Examination of Witnesses, Leading Questions (Section 141-153), Hostile Witnesses (Section 154), Impeaching witness (Section 155), Refreshing memory (Section 159), Right of adverse party as to writing used to refresh memory (Section 161), Privileges (Section 121 – 131), Accomplice (Sections 133)

The Speaker provided an insight to the students regarding the techniques of being a good Advocate and the functioning of the Courts at the District level. He gave instances to conduct a successful cross examination of the adverse party. He discussed various aspects of practicing Advocacy with efficiency and good morals.




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“Advocates Act 1961"

on 20th August, 2017


Lecture delivered by Dr. KK Mittal

“IN LAW, A MAN IS GUILTY WHEN HE VIOLATES THE RIGHTS OF OTHERS. IN ETHICS IS GUILTY IF HE ONLY THINKS OF DOING SO.” –IMMANUEL KANT

For the professional and all round development of students & faculty members, the Modern College of Law organized a Guest Lecturer on the topic “Advocates Act 1961” by Dr. K.K. Mittal, Ex Dean Law C.C.S. University & HOD Law, Meerut College Meerut on 20th August 2017. It was explained that the subject of Profession Ethics was brought to the curriculum of L.L.B. course for to know the ethics of an Advocate, common sense and analytical, interpretative & linguistic skills of the students. During the viva process, it is the latter, i.e., the analytical skills, interpretative skills and linguistic skill that are put to test by the examiners.

On this occasion 150 students were present. In his lecture he introduces fundamentals of basic provisions of Advocates Act. He has stressed on the importance of Bar & Bench relations. In this regard he has also discussed all members of the legal profession have a paramount duty to the Court and to the administration of justice, This duty prevails over all other duties, especially in circumstances where there may be a conflict of duties, for example, following a client's instructions if those instructions are inconsistent with the practitioners duties to the Court.

Dr. K.K. Mittal gave the answers of all of the queries of the students & the students were fully satisfied. Students were very excited & feel enriched. In the end Ms. Pooja Chaudhary, Assist. Prof of Law delivered vote of thanks.




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“The Doctrine of 'Basic Structure' in the Indian Constitution:

A Critique" on 25 March, 2017


Adv. Sangal addressing the students at the lecture session

Modern College of Law had organized a guest lecture on ‘’Basic Structure of the Constitution of India’’ for the students of the Law Department.

The Speaker for the lecture was Advocate Sh. S.M. Sangal, who is presently working as a Director (Academics) with Royal College of Law, Meerut. Ms. Pooja Chaudhary, Assistant Professor of Law, Modern College of Law introduced the speaker and invited him to the podium in light to commencement of the lecture session.

During the course of 1 hour, Adv. Sangal emphasized that the numerous aspects of our Constitution. Here I am chronologically arranging the topics of his lecture:



Struggle of Indians during the pre independent era

Draft of Constitution of India

Role of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar in the drafting of Constitution of India

Article 13 of Constitution of India as it deals with the Laws inconsistent with or in derogation of the fundamental rights

Describing the famous Indian Supreme Court cases, in which the Court ruled that Parliament could not curtail any of the Fundamental Rights in the Constitution, like Sajjan Singh case, Golaknath case, Kesavananda Bharati case

Formulation of ‘Basic Structure’ concept

Significance of this doctrine

Tortuous liability of State

Brief introduction of torts




“Impact of the world constitution on the framing of Indian

Constitution" on 16 October, 2016



For the professional and all round development of students & faculty members, the Modern College of Law organized a Guest Lecturer of Mr. Sushil Singh Chairperson of Shreshth IAS Academy on dated 16 Oct, 2016 on the topic “Impact of the world constitution on the framing of Indian Constitution”. He has done B.sc. (Bio), M.A (His. & Pol. Sci. from Banaras Hindu Univcersity). He is the expert in comparative Constitution.

On this occasion 150 students were present. In his lecture he introduces fundamentals of Indian Constitution. He has stressed on the importance of world constitution over Indian Constitution. In this regard he has the various committees which have been made during that time for drafting the Constitution. He has also discussed efforts of drafting committee which has been headed by Dr. B.R. Ambedkar. He told the students the original constitution had 395 Articles and 8 Schedules. It has been made in 2years 11 months and 18 days.He has also discussed the salient features and the nature of the Constitution of India.




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“Role of Police System in eradication of Crime in Society"

on 2nd April, 2016



Lecture Presented by Mr. Nirman Singh Gumman, Retd. ACP Delhi

Modern College of Law organized a Guest lecture on the topic Role of Police System in eradication of Crime in Society. The speaker was Mr. Nirmal Singh Gumman Retd. ACP Delhi. Principal Dr. Nisha Singh, Mrs. Pooja Singh and all faculty members were present during the guest lecture .At the end the vote of thanks is given by HOD Mrs. Pooja Singh. The speaker Mr. Gumman has pondered on the following facts.

The current governing instrument of the Indian police force is the Police Act of 1861. Together with the Indian Penal Code, the Indian Evidence Act and the Code of Criminal Procedure it forms the current but outdated police system in India. In India, police is a State subject under the constitution. The police force in modern India is typically burdened with the handling of disparate responsibilities: 1) maintaining routine law and order; 2) riot control; 3) crime investigation; 4) protection of state assets; 5) VIP protection; 6) Traffic control. The structure in the police force is strictly hierarchical and the decision making is centralised with a few high ranking police officers. Currently there is a four-level entry system to the Indian police force with little or no scope for a fresh recruit rising from the very bottom to the very top within the hierarchy.




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“Law of Contract At a Glance"

on 10th Jan, 2016



Lecture delivered by Dr. Avtar Singh, Ex. Reader, Lucknow University

Guest Lecture on““Law of Contract:At a Glance ” on 10 Jan, 2016 in college campus. The Programme was inaugurated by the Resource Person Dr.Avtar Singh Ex. Reader, Lucknow University.The programme was attended by all students and the faculty members of MCL.

The lecture was conducted on the Contract Act 1872. Which was attened by LL.B First Sem. About 90 students were present in that lecture. He Introduced part first of contract act which is from sec 1to 75. He focused basically on definition clause and sec-10,essentials of a valid contract,and difference between void and voidable contract ,and Minor Contract and Mohari bibe Case regarding Minors contract, and voidable contract from sec 14 to 19,and mistake under sec 20,21,22, and void agreements from sec 24to 30,an contigent contract 31to36 and doctrine of impossibility sec56,an emages from sec 73to75,




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“Legal Status of Jammu & Kashmir"

on 1st November, 2015


On 1st November 2015, a guest lecture was organized by Modern College of Law. The lecture was guided by Prof. D.K.Dubey Advocate of Supreme Court of India. He specializes in Constitutional Law. The lecture was conducted on the topic “Legal Status of Jammu & Kashmir” He briefed the students about the concepts related to Art. 370 of Constitution of India.

It was an enlightening session as he shared real life experiences with students. He focused on various aspects related to Art. 370 in respect of the position of Jammu and Kashmir. He focused about the myths of Art. 370. He told that art. 370 is not a permanent Art. It can be curtailed by the parliament at any time. At that time it was a temporary art which has not been deleted till now. It was a learning and interactive session for the students where he answered all the queries put up by the students to their full satisfaction.




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“The role of youth in peace and environment"

on 26th September 2015



On 26th September 2015, a guest lecture was organized by Modern College of Law. The lecture was guided by Dr. Carolyn Delane Heising Prof. in Iowa State University Ames (U.S.). She specialized in Nuclear Science. She has delivered the lecture on the topic “The role of youth in peace and environment”. She has briefed the students about the concepts related to environment and peace. It was an enlightening session as she shared real life experiences with students. She not only focused on these issues but also invited the young students to study there. She also appealed the students not to forget their culture .It was a learning and interactive session for the students where she answered all the queries put up by the students to their full satisfaction.




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“Law Relating to Women: With Special Reference to Constitutional

and Criminal Law " on 6th September 2015



Lecture given by Prof.(Dr.) Anurag Deep, Indian Law institute (New Delhi)

On 6th September 2015, a guest lecture was organized by Modern College of Law. The lecture was guided by Dr. Anurag Deep Associate Prof. of Indian Law institute (New Delhi). He specializes in Law. He received UGC Merit scholarship for Securing 2nd position in LL.M entrance of BHU. He published more than 28 articles in various journals the lecture was conducted on the topic “Law Relating to Women: With Special Reference to Constitutional and Criminal Law” He briefed the students about the concepts related to women right. It was an enlightening session as he shared real life experiences with students. He focused on various aspects related to women right and also various Law which is relating to women right such as constitutional Law, Law of crime, Family law etc .




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“The bird’s eye view on Professional Ethics & CPC"

on 23rd August 2015



Lecture given by Prof.(Dr.) TPS Rathore

For the professional and all round development of students & faculty members, the Modern College of Law organized a Guest Lecturer of Dr. TPS Rathore Principal of Ideal Institute of Management on dated 23rd Aug 2015 on the topic “The bird’s eye view on Professional Ethics & CPC”. He has done B.sc. (Bio), M.A (His. & Pol. Sci. from Amritsar Punjab, LL.M & PhD in competition policy and law in India from University of Delhi and MBA in marketing from PTU.

He has done certificate course in French Language and has elementary Knowledge of Modern Arabic. He is also the life member of MICA (Member of Indian council of Arbitration) Delhi. He is also the board of study member in NLU Jodhpur and GGSIPU Delhi. He has two books and five articles to his credit. He has practiced as Advocate at Delhi high court and other courts.

On this occasion 50 students were present. In his lecture he introduces Prof. Ethics of advocates during practice which has been given under the Advocate Act -1961. He has stressed on the importance of discipline decorum and regularity in Law Profession. He has also discussed the bar bench relationship especially according to LL.B 3rd semester. He has discussed the civil Procedure Code which has been prescribed in curriculum of LL.B third year. It is a brainstorming session for LL.B students.




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“Basic fundamental rules of Contract "

on 10th Aug 2014



For the professional and all round development of students & faculty members, the MCL organized a Guest Lecturer of Dr. Avtar Singh (Ex Reader, Lucknow Univ.) a well known personality as a author of Mercantile Law on dated 10th Aug 2014. On this occasion 80 students were present. In his lecture he discussed about basic fundamental rules of contract & also covers some points of Sale of Goods Act & Indian Partnership Act. Student had asked many queries related to the topic. Dr. Avtar Singh gave the answers of all of the queries of the students & the students were fully satisfied. Students & faculty members were very excited & feels enriched. In the end Mr. Ankur Gupta, HOD Law delivered vote of thanks.




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