Law students receive shields, certificates on better feat in 3-day moot competition organized at SU
A 3-day Third Inter Classes Moot Court Competition 2022 was concluded at the Institute of Law, University of Sindh here on Thursday. SU Vice-Chancellor Professor (Meritorious) Dr. Muhammad Siddique Kalhoro announced and awarded the runner-up and winner teams on the occasion.
The concluding ceremony was held at the Institute of Law, Mitha Ram Building Hyderabad, in which SU VC Professor (Meritorious) Dr Muhammad Siddique Kalhoro was the chief guest while Justice (R) Ghulam Rabbani of Supreme Court of Pakistan (SCP) and Justice (R) Abdul Ghafoor Memon of Sindh High Court (SHC) were the guests of honor.
A briefing was given at the event that 12 groups of the students of Institute of Law participated in the Moot Court Competition 2022 which has been going on for the last three days.
The students in each group conducted the court proceedings in the symbolic role of judges and lawyers. The grapes group was declared the winner for its outstanding performance, but the apple group was declared the runner-up.
At the closing ceremony, Sindh University Vice-Chancellor Dr Muhammad Siddique Kalhoro announced the winner and runner-up groups and gave away the shields and certificates of appreciation to the concerned students.
Ajraks were also presented to the Vice-Chancellor Dr Muhammad Siddique Kalhoro, Justice (R) Ghulam Rabbani and Justice (R) Abdul Ghafoor Memon, while the certificates were also given to all the teachers of the institute.
Addressing the ceremony, SU VC said that Kamiyab Nojwan program of the Prime Minister also suggested setting up societies for the mental growth of the youth.
He said that he was happy that recently 10 graduates of SU’s Institute of Law had been appointed as judges and 12 students as law officers. “Teaching in the Institute of Law by senior lawyers and judges will benefit our students and they will be able to learn from their experiences,” he said.
The Vice-Chancellor further said that law education was of great importance, therefore, after closing the 3-year LLB program, a 5-year LLB program was started after intermediate so that law education could be imparted to the students in a better way.
He said that Sindh University would not grant affiliation to various colleges and institutes unless they provided necessary facilities to the students.
He said that recently, for the first time in the history of the Supreme Court, a woman judge had been appointed, which conveyed the message that there was always space for hardworking people in the courts of the country.
“Through hard work, more women in the country can rise to higher judicial positions,” Dr Kalhoro said and added that the law education would be further promoted in SU’s institute of law.
Director in-charge, Institute of Law Dr. Ali Raza Leghari in his address welcomed the guests. Chairman Mootive Society and Assistant Professor Institute of Law Prof. Aroon Barkat thanked the guests at the juncture.
Dr. Sardar Ali Shah, Danish Shabir Mangi, Rehana Anjum, Shabana Kausar Jatoi, Riaz-ud-Din Qureshi, Ghulam Sarwar Buledi, Muhammad Ali Kolachi, Riyasat Ali, Mudassir Ahmed Soomro, Abdul Samad Kalhoro, Salma Bughio and many others also attended the event.