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10th February Venue - K.R. Mangalam University


The Department of School of Legal Studies of K.R. Mangalam University organized an online Guest Lecture on “The Indian version of Res Gestae” on 10th February 2022 from 11:45 AM to 1:00 PM. The Guest Lecture was organized in collaboration with the KLA Karat Lawz Academy, which is known for the coachings for Judiciary. This lecture was for 1st year to 5th-year students. The lecture was attended by more than 40 students and 5 faculty members of the School of Legal Studies. 


The guest lecture aimed to equip students with knowledge on Res Gestae in India and all the necessary amendments and judgments. The guest speaker for the session was Mr Uday Singh Rathore from the KLA (Karat Lawz Academy). He began the lecture with the concept of Relevancy of Evidence.


The speaker then introduced the class with the History of Res Gestae in Law of Evidence, including other important topics of the foundations and process making of the concept by the case of Thompson v. Trevanion, where the rule of res gestae first appeared in the year 1693.

The guest lecture was made very interactive, not only for the senior batches but also for the junior batches, by discussing other important concepts of The Hearsay Rule along with many examples taken from the Indian Penal Code of 1860 and the Criminal Procedure Code of 1973.

After delivering the lecture, the speaker encouraged students to clear their doubts and clarified many doubts, not only which were related to the subjects but also related to the future judiciary examinations. It was a very informative and interactive session where students came to know about the career choices in the legal field, especially in Judiciary (Consulting). The lecture was received with admiration by the students and the faculty members.


It was a great initiative taken by faculties of the School of Legal Studies, in collaboration with the KLA Kart Lawz Academy, for conducting this informative session for students, especially during this difficult time of the pandemic.