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CT Institute of Law organizes Bollywood Moot Court Competition

Jalandhar, January 24, 2022 (Yes Punjab News)
The CT Institute of Law, South Campus, Shahpur organized a Bollywood Moot Court Competition “Adalat-e-Khas”. The concept of this was to make the Moot Court more interesting and entertaining. Unlike regular moot courts, the Bollywood Moot Court has a filmy touch to it as it is clearly showcased by the title itself.

The object of this competition was to create dramatic, comedy and sentimental court room scenes. Participants were allowed to create fun and entertainment in courtroom through a pre-planned skit or a play. A total of 5 teams participated which had 7-10 participants each. The participants were adjudged by Adv Amit Jindan and RJ Poonam Kalra on the basis of acting, dialogue delivery, content, execution and performance.

Out of these, student Manraj Kaur of Semester 3 B.A.LLB was declared as the best actor.

Team including participants namely Vishali, Jasmine, Ajay, Bhupinder, Arshdeep, Loveleen of Semester IXth- B.A.LLB & B.COM.LLB were declared as the winners.

Principal CT Institute of Law, Dr. Yugdeep Kaur appreciated the students of CTIL for their performances and motivated them to enhance their personalities by participating in extracurricular activities alongside academic performances.

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