Students Corner

  • Article Details

    S.

    No.

    Student’s Name

    Article Name

    Journal Name

    National/

    International

    ISSN No

    1

    Komal Arora

    A Gender based Discrimination and

    The Third Gender

    Legal Desire International

    Journal of Law

    International

    2347-3525,

    Page No.-274-275

    2

    Anmol Maheshwari

    Human Rights and Woman Rights:

    An Integrated Theory for Action

    Legal Desire International

    Journal of Law

    International

    2347-3525,

    Page-361

    3

    Vikas Gupta & Shobit

    Garg

    Human Rights Concerns and

    Environmental Degradation

    Legal Desire International

    Journal of Law

    International

    2347-3525,

    Page-376-377


    Seminar/Workshop Details

    S.

    No.

    Name of the Students

    Event organized by whom and

    where (National) (Conference/Seminar/Workshop)

    Event organized by whom and

    where (International) (Conference/Seminar/Workshop)

    Date

    1

    Anmol Maheshwari

    -

    Organized by Raksha Shakti

    University, Ahmedabad

    29th & 30th July,

    2016

    2

    Organized by Rajiv Gandhi

    National University of Law, Punjab Centre for Advanced Studies in Criminal law in association with Punjab Legal Services Authority, Chandigarh

    -

    09th April, 2016

    3

    Organized by Indian Society of

    International Law, New Delhi and the Faculty of Law, Meerut with ICSSR

    -

    19th & 20th March,

    2016

    4

    Organized by Amity Institute of

    Public Policy and Amity law School, Noida, in partnership with iPLeaders, Delhi

    -

    15th March, 2016

    5

    Shobhit Garg

    Organized by School of Law

    Centre for Criminal Justice Studies

    -

    23rd & 24th April,

    2016

    6

    Gauri Verma

    Organized by School of Law

    Centre for Criminal Justice Studies

    -

    23rd & 24th April,

    2016

    7

     

    Organized by Sahityik Sanskritik

    Parishad & Institute of Legal Studies Ch. Charan Singh University, Meerut

    -

    14th April, 2016

    8

    Organized by Rajiv Gandhi

    National University of Law, Punjab Centre for Advanced Studies in Criminal law in association with Punjab Legal Services Authority, Chandigarh

    -

    09th April, 2016

    9

    Organized by Indian Society of

    International Law, New Delhi and the Faculty of Law, Meerut with ICSSR

    -

    19th & 20th March,

    2016

    10

    -

    Organized by Faculty of Law with

    ICSSR

    12th & 13th March,

    2016

    11

    Organized by Institute of Law,

    Jiwaji University Gwalior with University Grant Commission, New Delhi

    -

    05th & 06th March,

    2016

    12

    Nabiya Khan

    -

    Organized by Faculty of Law with

    ICSSR

    12th & 13th March,

    2016

    13

    Komal Arora

    -

    Organized by Faculty of Law with

    ICSSR

    12th & 13th March,

    2016

    14

    Roohi Khan

    -

    Organized by Faculty of Law with

    ICSSR

    12th & 13th March,

    2016

    15

    Ana Sisodiya

    Organized by Institute of Law,

    Jiwaji University Gwalior with University Grant Commission, New Delhi

    -

    05th & 06th March,

    2016

    16

    Akshudha Verma

    Organized by National Law

    University in collaboration with Centre for Consumer Studies, IIPA, New Delhi

    -

    19th & 20th

    February, 2016

    17

    Km. Ritu Raghav

    Organized by National Law

    University in collaboration with Centre for Consumer Studies, IIPA, New Delhi

    -

    19th & 20th

    February, 2016

    18

    Km. Shivani Raj

    Organized by National Law

    University in collaboration with

    Centre for Consumer Studies,

    -

    19th & 20th

    February, 2016

    · (a) Legal Desire-International Journal on Law (ISSN: 2347-3525), Editor-in-Chief, Mr. Anuj kumar, student of B.A.LL.B. X Semester.

    · (b) Legal Amicus-International Journal on Law and Social Science (ISSN: 2456-1517), Editor-in-Chief, Mr. Amit Pandey, student of B.A.LL.B. X Semester.

    · (c) Social Impact Summit-2015, One Day International Conference organized by Mr. Anuj Kumar student of B.A.LL.B. X Semester.


    Sl. No.

    Name & Details of Event

    Awards & Pic

    1.

    1st National Moot Court Competition, 2017 held on Organized by Dewan Law College, Meerut.

    Shivani Sharma (BALLB X Sem), Gulista Fatima & Nupur Kulshrestha (BALLB IV Sem) was declared winner.

    2.

    National level “Inter Collegiate Debate Competition-2016 on the topic “Selfie Creates Deadly obsession” organized by Shaeed Mangal Pandey P.G Girls College Meerut, held on 28th Sep’2016.

    Samiksha Arora of B.A.LL.B. X Semester was declared winner.

    3.

    1st MMU National Moot Court Competition, 2016 held on 9-11 September, Ambala

    Ana Sisodiya, Gauri Vema & Jyotinmoy Mukerji, students of B.A.LL.B X Semester were won Runner up trophy.

    4.

    Harlal National Moot Court Competition - 2016

    held on 29th & 30th April

    Iffat Rizvi, Manisha Pal & Ankita, students of B.A.LL.B. VIII Semester were won Best Memorial Award.

     

    5.

    Anand Swaroop Gupta Memorial National Moot 2016 organized by Sharda University held on April 7-9,2016 Noida

    Aishwarya (B.A.LL.B. X Semester), Shobit Garg (B.A.LL.B. VIII Semester) & Prachi Johri (B.A.LL.B. VI Semester) were won Runner up trophy.

    6.

    15th H.C. Mathur Memorial National Law Debate Competition on “Right to Privacy is a Fundamental Right & Mandatory use of Aadhar Card Infringes that Right” organized by Rotary Club Meerut, held on 17th march-2016

    Gulista Fatima, students of B.A.LL.B. II Semester, won Second Position.

     
  • Shraddha Sharma (B.A. LL.B. I Year, II Semester)

    I am so happy to have an opportunity to study in Subharti Institute of Law. It is an institution of national eminence in the field of legal education and research. The primary asset of this law college is its eminent and learned faculty members. The environment here is very comfortable for students & staff members. Seminars, workshops, guest lectures, debate competitions etc. are regularly organized here.
    It trains the students for becoming advocates until the time they complete their five years on campus. The opportunity and exposure to such activities and interaction with people from different fields, goes a long way in broadening the perceptions and mental horizons of the students studying here. The classrooms are equipped with the requisite paraphernalia, which are largely functional. The library is richly equipped with wide range of books from within and outside the legal field. The college also provides sports facilities such as football, table tennis, cricket, volleyball, badminton etc. to its students to ensure their all round development. The knowledge and experience acquired here, is second to none. Rather, it prepares its students for better job prospects and equips them sufficiently to face the real world legal challenges thereafter. an opportunity to study in Subharti Institute of Law. It is an institution of national eminence in the field of legal education and research. The primary asset of thi


    Ojo Omodele Victoria, Nigeria (B.A. LL.B. III Year, VI Semester)

    The question that often came to my mind before leaving my home shores was, how will I stay in a different country, leaving all my loved ones behind? This did fill me with strange fear when I was enrolled at Swami Vivekanand Subharti University. First and foremost, academic wise, one thing that bothered me was the language barrier. It would have been pointless to attend lessons knowing I was not a Hindi speaking national but after joining Subharti Institute of Law all my fears were dispelled. Many a times my teachers broke into Hindi for the benefit of my fellow classmates, who are from the vernacular background and sometime found it slightly difficult to understand the lectures in English but the faculty members also give me the opportunity to ask, so as to remove my confusions and make things more simple & clear for me, as well. If they ran out of time in class, I can approach them after class and they have been more than willing to help me out, if they could. The members of staff try, by all means, to create a congenial environment for us and I deeply appreciate them for this, for it is because of them that I have got this far.
    I have everything at my disposal, ie., use of the well equipped library as well as the computer lab, to help in the smooth running of my studies. Educative programs such as Law Day, Womens Day are organized, when we are called upon to speak on a designated topic so as to increase our awareness on the social/legal problems rampant locally and internationally. This has helped me to express myself freely in front of a large gathering. Like they say, all work and no play makes jack a dull boy, the ‘College Sports Day’ held each year is what both the staff and students need to unwind and gave the students a marvelous time out of class. In all, it is a friendly campus that makes you feel at home. As for my experience it’s a great pleasure to be at Subharti University which is nothing short of a home away from home, so encompassing. I have developed a strong affinity with the place and the people, with whom I get well with. Thanks Subharti.


    Sohail Ahmad Mir (B.A.LL.B. IV Year, VIII Semester)

    Subharti Institute of Law is a widely respected leading institution of higher education in India. Our college has leading faculty, staff and students which play an important role in shaping the University’s reputation. In doing this, a unified voice and look is essential in amplifying institutional recognition, and in highlighting the exclusive values that distinguish our college from the rest of the world. Our law school is a giant of knowledge, having the curriculum which inculcates the nurturing of students not only in academics but also in extra-curricular activities to set the benchmark to look forward and ahead. It gives the opportunity to explore the untapped potential in practical and theoretical parameters. Most importantly, I pay my sincere gratitude to our respected Principal Sir and our diligent faculty members without which our receptive of new ideas and concepts would have been incomplete. We can not only absorb and adopt legal concepts effortlessly but also are able to express and share the same succinctly. It feels an immense pleasure and I feel proud to be a Subhartian and on behalf of each and every one I invite all of you to join the Subharti family for enhancing the better tomorrow.


    Tshechu, Bhutan (B.A. LL.B. V Year, X Semester)

    Looking back, I think I could not have made a better decision than joining Subharti University for Law from the many choices I had two years ago. Two years down, I feel Subharti Campus is a dream destination for those looking for a peaceful, disciplined and purposeful education at the higher professional level. It is a melting pot of different cultures, nationalities, faiths and beliefs, brought together under one banner, ‘Arise, awake and Stop not till the goal is reached’. The campus is welcoming, supportive especially to foreigners, who hail from different countries and cultures.

    The faculty of the Law College is not only highly qualified, learned competent but compassionate as well, who help you to adjust and settle beautifully. Class-room environment reminds you of your school days, soaked in seriousness yet absorbing and engaging in ever sense of the word. Here academics is beautifully balanced with co-curricular activities like outdoor games, seminars, lectures etc. which provides us with the desired exposure and awareness. The infrastructure of the college, campus is world-class supported by facilities like medical assistance, transport, Wi-fi internet, cafeterias, gyms etc. which makes the place the most happening and sought after campus in the entire region. I am sure that with the quality of education received and the exposure & experience gained, one day I will achieve my goal i.e. to become a confident & competent lawyer serving my country Bhutan & its people conscientiously. The culture and the education of this University is value based-value oriented and that is what I like the best about this place.


    Jyotinmoy Mukherji (B.A. LL.B. V Year, X Semester)

    Many dreams may or may not come true but my dream of studying in a world class campus has certainly come true. Subharti is not only a place to study but this place is worth worshipping, in terms of supporting faculty members. This complete package results in success of each one of us. The Subharti campus is surrounded by greenery, which takes special care of pollution free environment. Wi-fi campus, cafeterias and separate gyms for both boys and girls are other attractions and one of the main reasons why one must come to Subharti.

  • S. No.

    Student Name

    Batch

    Country

    1

    Mukuwa Nzala

    B.A.LL.B. I Year, II Semester

    Zambia

    2

    Tandin Dorji

    B.A.LL.B. I Year, II Semester

    Bhutan

    3

    Lotey Gyeltshen

    B.A.LL.B. III Year, VI Semester

    Bhutan

    4

    Karma Wangmo

    B.A.LL.B. III Year, VI Semester

    Bhutan

    5

    Ojo Omodele Victoria

    B.A.LL.B. III Year, VI Semester

    Nigeria

    6

    William Sitali

    B.A.LL.B. III Year, VI Semester

    Zambia

    7

    Tshechu

    B.A.LL.B. V Year, X Semester

    Bhutan

    8

    Ugyen Chophal

    B.A.LL.B. V Year, X Semester

    Bhutan

  • Mr. A. K. Garg has done his LL.M. course & now working as a Additional District & Session Judge in Johnpur.


    Mr. Omkar Singh has done his B.A.LL.B. course & now working as a Advocate General, Punjab & Haryana.


    Mr. Arif Rana has done his B.A.LL.B. course & now working as a Public Prosecutor in Jharkhand.


    Dr. Neha Bahl has done her LL.M. in Criminal & Corporate Group and also done her Ph.D. on the topic “Law and Policy on Surrogacy-A social legal study in India” under the guidance of Dr. Vaibhav Goel Bhartiya, Dean-Faculty of Law, SPSIL, Meerut.Presently she is working as Assistant Professor in Amity Law School, Noida.


    Mr. Nitin Tyagi has done his B.A.LL.B. course & now working as a Legal Advisor in INTEX, Delhi.


    Mr. Kshitij Agarwal has done his B.A.LL.B. course & now working as a Legal Advisor in EDUCOM, Delhi.


    Mr. Rishi Bhardwaj has done his LL.M course & now working as a HOD Management Department in Noida


    Mr. Sandeep Kumar has done his LL.M course & now working as a Assistant Prof. in Siddharth Law College, Dehradun.


    Mr. Arvind Kumar has done his LL.M course & now working as a Assistant Prof. in Vivek College of Law, Bijnor


    Ms. Nishi Dua has done her LL.M course & now working as a Assistant Prof. in Dhampur Law College, Dhampur.


    Mr. Mohsin Raza has done his M.Phil course & now working as a Assistant Prof. in Shiya Law College, Lucknow.


    Mr. Prashant Chaudhary has done his LL.M course & now working as a Assistant Prof. in INMENTEC College Ghaziabad.


    Ms Poonam Rani Hoon has done her LL.M. course & now working as a Assistant Prof. in HLM College, Ghaziabad.


    Mr. Haritosh Mohan has done his LL.M. course & now working as a Assistant Professor in Sri Ram College, Muzaffarnagar.


    Mr. Anju Kumar has done his LL.M. course & now working as a Assistant Prof. in IIMT Law College, Meerut.

  • LLM B.A.LLB

    Km. Shela Chaudhary (68.29%)
    Batch 2014-16

    Shikha Bhatnagar (67.57%)
    Batch 2014-16

    Nisha Singh 75.22%
    Batch 2011-16

    Ekta Chaudhary 74.19%
    Batch 2011-16

    Pooja Devi 71.71%
    Batch 2013-15

    Sakshi Gupta 69.64 %
    Batch 2013-15

    Avi Chaudhary 77.93%
    2010-15

    Swarnima 72.03%
    2010-15

    Mireet Fatma 74.14 %
    Batch 2012-14

    Nandakini 68.07%
    Batch 2012-14

    Vaishali Singh 75.38%
    2009-14

    Vibhore Agarwal 72.43%
    2009-14

    Priyanka 69.00%
    Batch 2011-13

    Mahima Garg 70.74%
    Batch 2011-13

    Junaid Akhtar 67.71%
    Batch 2008-13

    Atul Jindal 67.17%
    Batch 2008-13

    Neha Bahl 72.40%
    Batch 2010-12

    Hina Gupta 69.90%
    Batch 2010-12
       

    Manish Singh 71.73%
    Batch 2009-11

    Sushim Shukla 71.07%
    Batch 2009-11
       

    Girish Kumar 62.74%
    Batch 2008-10

    Juhi Ojha 62.40%
    Batch 2008-10