Chandigarh, 29 April, 2019 (Yes Punjab New)
The Core Committee of the 1994 Law Graduates today met at G.T. Road, Restaurant, Sector 26, Chandigarh on Sunday afternoon on an initiative by Vikas Chatrath, Advocate practising in the Hon’ble Panjab and Haryana High Court, Chandigarh being the alumnus and coordinator of the Panjab University Law Alumni – 1994 (PULA-1994). The launched the Logo of their alumni. Vikas Chatrath stated that with this the alumni would have its identity and Logo for all times to come.
These 12 law graduate of the batch 1994 assembled to discuss and plan the celebration of the Silver Jubilee of their alumni at the Restaurant. The excitement of the graduates was quite natural, since they felt that the time has passed at such a pace that as if they had just passed from the Law Department. Vikas Chatrath formally shared that the alumni of their batch had accomplished well within the walks of life after passing completing LLB. It was apprised that from their Batch five of the Graduates were presently working as Additional Sessions Judge, Jagdeep Kaur, Sanjeeta, Mahavir Singh, Jagdeep Sood and Arun Kumar Aggarwal. While Lakhbir Singh was working a Superintendent of Police. Rashmi Khurana was working as Dean of the Law Department in Meerut. Baljeet Singh was quite happy and excited to meet his friends and suggested that we should honor the Professors who had taught them in the Department. Jagdeep Kaur said that though she has been transferred to Moga but the excitement to decide the nitty gritty for the Silver Jubilee brought her to the meet. Similarly, Justice B.S. Walia, Judge, Punjab & Haryana High Court conveyed that he would have loved to meet his old students, however, he could not attend due to his previous engagement. Justice Jaishree Thakur,Judge, Punjab & Haryana High Court in her message said that she would have love to be the part of the Silver Jubilee meet, but for the reasons beyond her control, she could not join.Though Professor (Dr.) Nistha Jaiswal, Vice Chancellor National Law University, Shimla and Professor (Dr.) P.S.Jaiswal, Vice Chancellor, Rajeev Gandhi National Law University though were present, yet they conveyed their best wishes. They stated that due to their preoccupation, they could not attend the meet but the blessings to their students who have established themselves would be there. Vijay Sharma who is practicing on the Income Tax side stated that even though he was pre-occupied yet being a part of the Committee, he ensured that he attended the meet. Raman Sharma, Advocate said that even though he had hectic schedule, yet he ensured that he should be present since such meets create memories forever. Sanjay Bajaj informed that this was 8th meet of the Batch and they are planning to organize the 25th years of passing out in a bigger and larger way wherein they would honour the professors who had taught them in three years when they were in University.