GDPI Dates:- 10 Jan, 11 Jan, 24 Jan, 25 Jan Venue:- 103, First Floor GV Mall
Boring Road, Patna 800001
An Unprecedented High Quality Innovation in Crystal Growth
Nearly perfect crystals are in great demand in technological applications as well as in high quality basic research. In the ‘Engineering Kitchen’ of KRMU, a facility for melt growth of large-size crystals has been established by using unprecedented techniques like a furnace fabricated with clay used in pottery and achieving ~1000C, and a pulling mechanism, without employing any electrical motor.
As debates and declamations help students to enhance academic research, creativity, expression and communication skills so on the auspicious occasion of National Law Day, Legal Society organized an inter-departmental Debate competition on the recently delivered revolutionary judgment by Hon’ble Supreme Court pronounced on the topic “Ayodhya Verdict”. The competition started by a warm welcome speech from Legal Society member Dr.Sulakshana, Assistant Professor of Law, School of Legal Studies. She articulated about the importance of National Law Day/Constitution Day to students. The National Law Day is celebrated on 26th November every year throughout India especially among the members of the legal fraternity to commemorate the adoption of the Constitution of India. She also expounded the key points of the Ayodhya ruling which formed the basis of the judgment.
18 students of K.R Mangalam University from different streams participated in the competition. The teams were divided into 9 groups. Debaters from each house debated outstandingly in favour and against the motion. The audience commended each one of them as they kept forth their arguments with great confidence and composure. The contestants were judged on content, expression and fluency. The question answer session at the end of the competition saw the debaters rising to the challenge to prove their arguments. It was an erudite experience for both the participants as well as the other students. Students participated with full eagerness and enthusiasm.
Prof. (Dr.) Kiranbala Ma’am, Dean School of Journalism and Mass Communication and Prof. Hemani Singh, Dean of Architechture and Planning judged the event. They praised all the students for participating in the competition whole heartedly and motivated them to partake more in future days.
Abhishek Choudhury,student of BBA LL.B(H) IXth Semester, Bharti Harsana BA LL.B(H) IXth Semester and Mohammad Kamran student of BBA LL.B(H) Vth Semester of School of Legal Studies bagged the first, second and third prize. Students were awarded with Gold, Silver and Bronze medals along with certificates by the respected Judges.
Ms.Sanjana, Assistant Professor, School of Legal Studies concluded the session by conveying thank you to one and all present in the competition. The competition was a successful one and left a memorable mark in the memory of all.