On 5 and 6, June 2023, Rajasthan School of Law for Women in association with Rajasthan State Human Rights Commission organized Parley 3.0 National Debate Competition. 80 teams across India participated in the competition. Students from prominent educational institutions like Maharashtra National Law University, Aurangabad, National Law University, Odisha, Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad, Army Law College, Pune, Amity University, Noida, Christ University, Bangalore, University of Delhi, Central University Kashmir, Llyod Law College, Greater Noida, Law College Dehradun,Manipal University,etc.
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