EVENT REPORT Constitutional Law Day Celebration, 2016
November 26, 2016 | News & Events
Presidency University and School of Law was a platform for knowledge exchange and expression of competitiveness between its different batches and branches of law students. The School of Law organized the Constitutional Law Day on the Saturday, November 26, 2016. The Chief Guest for the occasion was Mr. P.M. Prabhakaran, Partner at Lakshmikumaran & Sridharan Attorneys.
Planning and preparation for the Constitutional Law Day, 2016 began in September 2016. The School of Law team met to discuss on the various events to be organized and also on the formation of various student committees for the same. The programs to which all the members agreed on were on the basis of what was required for the students, based on their experience and capability and what can further motivate them. The main plan was to build on worked well taking into account the past experience and also to address what didn’t.
The week long program so planned therefore had the following competitions, namely the Client Counselling Competition, Debate Competition, Essay Writing Competition, Logo Making Competition, and Legal Personality Competition. The Competitions saw a great deal of participation from the enthusiastic students and was definitely a learning experience for them. Looking things from a lawyers’ point of view was equally a new experience for the faculty members and students of the School of Management and School of Engineering.
On Saturday, November 26, 2016 the Constitutional Law Day Celebration was graced by the Chief Guest, Pro Chancellor, Vice Chancellor, Registrar. The celebration started with the lighting of the lamp. The Pro Chancellor, Dr. Radha Padmanabhan delivered the Welcome address. The Chief Guest for the occasion was Mr. P.M. Prabhakaran, Partner, Lakshmikumaran & Sridharan Attorneys, who also delivered the Guest Lecture to the students of Law. He motivated the students with his words and also shared with the audience his knowledge on the Taxation and the Constitution of India.
The Chief Guest was felicitated by the Pro Chancellor with a memento as a token of our appreciation. The Celebration concluded with the National Anthem.