Geeta Institute of Law, Panipat wins KU National Moot Court Competition

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SRINAGAR: The valedictory ceremony of Kashmir University National Moot Court Competition was held on Wednesday at Gandhi Bhawan, University of Kashmir. 17 teams from all over India participated in this competition. The event was sponsored by the Jammu and Kashmir Bank.
The judges for the final round of the competition were Ghousia Jeelani, former Principal & District Session Judge, Khaliq-ul-Zaman, former Principal & District Session Judge, Mohammad Shafi Khan, former, Principal & District Session Judge, Prof Mohammad Ayub, former Head & Dean, School of Law, Dr Fareed Ahmad Rafiqi, Sr Associate Professor, School of Law, Dr Beauty Banday, Sr Associate Professor, School of Law, Dr Shahnaz, Sr Assistant Professor, School of Law, University of Kashmir formed the panel of judges for the final round of the competition, a statement issued here said.
Justice (Rtd) B A Kirmani, (Member J&K State Accountability Commission and former High Court Judge) was the chief guest on the occasion.
Prof Mohammad Hussain, Head and Dean of School in his address congratulated the winners of the competition, Geeta Institute of Law, Panipat and impressed upon the runner up team, University Institute of Law Punjab, to keep up their morale and strive for excellence.
Prof Hussain commended all the participants for their stellar performance and wished them success in their future endeavours.
Justice Kirmani in his address highlighted the importance of conducting the moot court competitions and congratulated the organisers for their efforts.
Dr Fareed Ahmad Rafiqi thanked the organisers of the event especially Law Society, Convenor of the competition Dr S A Bhat and Organising Secretary Hakim Yasir Abbas.
Dr Rafiqi specially thanked the members of Bar and Bench for facilitating the smooth conduct of the competition.