8th August, 2023: The college organized a session on ‘How to conduct research work in reference to making of projects in B.A.LL.B course’ by Dr Mayank Baranwal, Assistant Professor, Department of Law, University of Rajasthan, Jaipur as a part of orientation session.
10th August, 2023: The college organized a session on “Mooting and it’s significance in law” by Pranjul Chopra, Advocate Rajasthan High court as a part of orientation session.
11th August, 2023: The college organized a session on ‘Verbal and Written English and its Importance in Law’ by Mr. Shiprak Khandal, Verbal Ability Trainer, Jaipur as a part of orientation session.
12th August, 2023: The college organized a session on “Importance of Extra Curricular Activities in the field of law” by Dr. Abhinav Bhardwaj, Advocate, Rajasthan High court as a part of orientation session.
Intra Moot Court Competition 2023
Parley 3.0 : National Debate Competition
Chief Guest for the Inaugural Session was Hon’ble Justice G.K. Vyas, Chairperson, Rajasthan State Human Rights Commission. The event was graced by Hon’ble Justice Pana Chand Jain, Chairman, RSLW, Dr. Rashmi Chaturvedi, Director, RSLW and Dr. Vartika Arora, Principal RSLW.
The topic was the round was ‘Legality of Internet Shutdown’. There were 5 parallel preliminary sessions and each round had 2 judges. The judges for the sessions were Ms. Atika Srivastava, Ms. Arti Sharma, Dr. Samrat Datta, Mr.Udit Kirori, Mrs. Aditya Jain, Mr. Tanmay Dhand, Mr. Madhav Dadhich, Ms. Parul Singh, Mr. Abhinav Kaushik, Mr. Vivek Shah.
The topic was this round was ‘Future of Artificial Intelligence’. 20 students qualified for the semi- final round. The judges of this round were Dr. Amit Yadav, Assistant Professor, Department of Law, Manipal University and Mr. Rajvendra Saraswat, Advocate, Rajasthan High Court.
The topic for the final round was ‘Existence of Human Rights for victim and accused’. 6 participants qualified for the finals. The judges for the final round were Dr. Aabha Yadav, Faculty, National Law University, Delhi and Ms. Varsha Bissa, Advocate, Rajasthan High Court.
The results of Parley 3.0 National Debate Competition were declared at the valedictory ceremony. The chief guest was Dr. Sudhi Rajiv, Vice Chancellor of Haridev Joshi University of Journalism and Mass Communications, Jaipur and Vice Chancellor of Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar Law University (Additional Charge). The session was also presided over by Hon’ble Justice G.K. Vyas, Chairperson, Rajasthan State Human Rights Commission and the Guest of Honour was Mr. Shailendra Vyas, Registrar, Rajasthan State Human Rights Commission.
Best Speaker FOR the motion: Ms. Apoorva Chaudhary- Amity University, Noida
Best Speaker AGAINST the motion: Ms. Reena Choudhary- Army Law College, Pune
Runner-up FOR the motion: Ms. Manha Aimen- Department of Law College, Calcutta University
Runner- up AGAINST the motion- Ms. Radhika Choubey, Vivekanand Institute of Professional Studies, New Delhi
Certificate of Appreciation: Ms. Devanshi Dharia- Vivekanand Institute of Professional Studies, New Delhi
Certificate of Appreciation: Ms. Priya Rojaria- Maharashtra National Law University, Aurangabad
Orientation Session on Manupatra
Ambedkar Jayanti Celebration
1st Justice S.C. Agrawal Memorial Lecture
Interactive Session with Dr. Adish C. Aggarwala (Sr. Advocate)
Department of Law, University of Rajasthan and Rajasthan School of Law for Women, Jaipur organised a Special Lecture by Dr. Adish C Aggarwala (Senior Advocate, Supreme Court of India) on 25th February 2023. The other distinguished guests for the session were Dr. Neelam Goyal, Bharat Ki Parmanu Saheli, Mr. Shiv Charan Gupta, Advocate, Supreme Court of India and Shri Lakhpat B. Mehta, Advocate and Member, International Council of Jurist, London (U.K.). The session was also attended by Dr. Mayank Baranwal, Secretary, Staff Council, University of Rajasthan, Justice P.C. Jain (Retd. Judge, Rajasthan High Court), Chairman, RSLW, Dr. Rashmi Chaturvedi, Director, RSLW and Dr. Vartika Arora, Principal, RSLW.
After formal welcome of all the dignitaries Dr. Adish C Aggarwala enlightened the gathering by his valuable words. Sir, shared his words of wisdom on the importance of correct language in the legal field and in court of law. Sir emphasised that every law student must present oneself as a lawyer and he also threw some light on how one can stay focused on one goal and how to avoid distractions. He also interacted with the students and answered their queries. Sir, conferred the membership of International Council of Jurist, London (U.K.) to the Principal and all the faculty members.
Further, Justice P.C. Jain enlightened the gathering with his words of wisdom and knowledge.
The session was attended by students and faculty members of various law colleges of Jaipur. Session was moderated by Ms. Neha Jasuja and Ms. Saloni Rathore and coordinated by Ms. Tanya Agarwal, Assistant Professor.
The session ended with the vote of thanks was given by Dr. Mayank Baranwal.
Interactive session with Journalist Ms. Barkha Dutt
On 23rd February 2023, Rajasthan School of Law for Women and Kanoria PG Mahavidyalaya, Jaipur jointly organised an interactive session with Padmashree Awardee Journalist Ms. Barkha Dutt, she is a founder-Editor of Mojo Story and We The Women.In this session students got an insight of Journalism, her experiences and ups and downs.She also encouraged the students to take journalism as their career path. At the end of the session Principal Dr. Vartika Arora of RSLW felicitated Ms. Barkha Datt and her entire team members.
Inter-College Debate Competition
An Inter-College Debate Competition in association with Rajasthan State Human Rights Commission on Human Rights Day was organized on 10th December, 2022 in the college. The chief guest for the event was Hon’ble Justice Shri G.K. Vyas, Chairman RSHRC. There were two rounds in the competition i.e., Preliminary and Final. 16 teams from all over the country participated in the competition.
Intra-College Debate Competition
The college organized an Intra-class debate competition on 26th November, 2022 to celebrate Constitution Day 26, November 2022. Topics for debate were ‘Public Interest Litigation as a tool of justice’ for Semester I which was won by Ms. Khanak Kumawat and Ms. Kritika. The topic for semester III was the ‘Efficiency of Indian Federal Structure’ which was won by Ms. Aarti Singh and Ms. Zoya Khan. ‘Euthanasia: Right to Life includes Right to Die’ was the topic for Semester IV and the winners were Ms. Sakshi Khandelwal and Ms. Daniya Roshan. The VII and IX semesters were given the topic ‘Media as a fourth pillar of democracy’ which was won by Ms. Mitsu Choudhary.
Workshop on Forensic Science
A Forensic Science Workshop on the topic “Importance of Forensic Science in Criminal Investigation” was organized on 12th November, 2022. The expert luminary in the field Dr. V. N. Mathur was the guest of honour. He has served as the director of FSL, Rajasthan.
15th September, 2022: Rajasthan School of Law for Women organized a session on ‘Orientation for Verbal and Written English and its importance in Law’ by resource person Mr. Shiprak Khandal, Verbal Ability Trainer.
16th September, 2022: Rajasthan School of Law for Women organized a session on “Orientation for Research Work in reference to Project Work” by resource person Ms. Ritika Gaur, Assistant Professor, Rajasthan School of Law for Women.
19th September, 2022: Rajasthan School of Law for Women, Jaipur organized an orientation session on ‘Importance of Extra Curricular activities in the field of Law’ by Dr. Disha Bangarva, Assistant Professor, Rajasthan School of Law for Women.
20th September, 2022: Rajasthan School of Law for Women organized an orientation session on ‘Mooting and its significance in Law’ by Ms. Palak Vashisht, Assistant Professor, Rajasthan School of Law for Women.
21st September, 2022: Rajasthan School of Law for Women organized an orientation session on the ‘Importance of Internships in Legal Profession’ by Dr. Jaigop Bangarva, Advocate on Record, Supreme Court of India.
22nd September, 2022: Rajasthan School of Law for Women organized an orientation session on ‘Career in Law’ by Mr. Shubham Garg, Advocate, Rajasthan High Court.
Rajasthan School of Law for Women organised Orientation Day on 23rd September 2022. The Chief guest for the event was Dr. Dev Swarup sir, founding Vice chancellor of Dr. Bhim Rao Ambedkar University Jaipur, special guest was Mr. Mahaveer Saini, RJS. Event was presided over by Justice Pana Chand Jain Sir, Chairman RSLW, Dr. Rashmi Chaturvedi, Director, RSLW and Dr. Vartika Arora, Principal, RSLW.
On 29th August, 2022 in reference to an anti-drug campaign students of Rajasthan School of Law for Women made and displayed posters at various places in college premises regarding the harmful effects of drugs of socio-economic life and health of a person.
Movie Screening : Boy in the Striped Pyjamas
The college on 4th June 2022 organized a learning activity which included screening of a movie “Boy in the Striped Pyjamas”. It is based on the 2006 novel of John Boyne. Set in World War II, the Holocaust drama relates the horror of a Nazi extermination camp through the eyes of a young boy.
Parley 2.0 : National Debate Competition
On 30th and 31st May 2022, Rajasthan School of Law for Women, Jaipur organized Parley 2.0 National Debate Competition. 86 teams across India participated in the competition. Students from prominent educational institutions participated in the event like IIT Kharagpur, Symbiosis Law School, Jamia Millia Islamia, Christ Academy, Law of Centre II Faulty of Law, School of Law, Delhi, S.S Jain Subodh Law College, University Five Year Law College, Mahatma Jyoti Rao Phoole University etc. to name a few.Chief Guest for Inaugural Session was Dr. Dev Swarup, Vice-Chancellor of Bhimrao Ambedkar Law University and Guest of Honor was prof. A.P. Singh, Dean, USLLS, GGSIP University, Delhi.
There were 5 parallel preliminary sessions and each round had 2 judges. Judges of the Semi-final round were Mr. Pranshu Kaushal, Ad- hoc Legal Consultant, Rajya Sabha, and Ms. Vidhi Madaan Chaddha, Ph.D., FCS. Judges for the final round were Prof (Dr). Mithilesh Vishwakarma, Professor and Dr. Vijay Laxmi Sharma, Head of the Department of School of Law, Manipal University, Jaipur.
Chief Guest for Valedictory Session was Dr. Sanjula Thanvi, Dean University Law Department, Guest of Honor was Prof. Dr. Saroj Bohra, Director, Amity Law School, Amity University, Rajasthan.
Workshop under 'National Intellectual Property Awareness Mission'
Rajasthan School of Law for Women has organised an online workshop cum awareness program for the same under ‘National Intellectual Property Awareness Mission’ (Creative India, Innovative India) on 17th February, 2022. “Your INTELLECT is the most valuable property that you own” With the increasing focus on innovation, research and cross-border collaborations, there is need for the students to learn about “Intellectual Property Rights”.The guest speaker for the event were Ms. Chhavi Garg, Examiner of Patents & Designs Ministry of Commerce and Industry. Mr. Surajit Paul, Examiner of Patents & Designs Ministry of Commerce and Industry.
Passion into Action
Rajasthan School of Law for Women, Jaipur organised a Book Review Competition “Passion into Action” on 8th January, 2022. The guests of the event were Dr. Mini Nanda, Head and Member of University Senate and Resource Person to various Universities and Ms. Anshu Harsh, Author, Poet & Media Entrepreneur, Managing Trustee of RIFF FILM CLUB, Chairperson of THAR Sarvoday Sansthan, publisher Simply Jaipur and Regional head ‘Pick a Book’ Jaipur. Winners of the event were:1. Ms. Zoya Khan 2. Ms. Mansi Tiwari 3. Ms. Parul Rathore
RSLW National Moot Court Training Workshop
The Moot Court Club of the college organized a National Moot Training workshop from 21st – 23rd October, 2021 to learn the art of mooting from experts. 6 session were taken by 6 experts on importance of mooting, memorial drafting, compendium preparation and courtroom mannerism. Justice V. S Dave ( retd) judge Rajasthan High Court was the Chief Guest for the workshop, Justice P.C Jain Retd. Judge Rajasthan High Court, Chairman, RSLW graced the workshop with his presence.
Pen and Paper Hub : My Pen, My Sword
On 19th June Book Review Club of Rajasthan school of law for women organized a writing competition titled as ” Pen and Paper Hub : My Pen , My sword”. It was a great opportunity for all the scribblers not able to come out of the notebooks . The chief guest and the judge for the event was Prof. Joya chakravarty former Dean, Faculty of Arts, Director School of Humanities, University of Rajasthan. The winners of the competition were 1st position by Shreya Chaudhary, 2nd by Hitaishee Sharma & 3rd position by Bhagyalxmi Sharma.