Justice (Retd.) Mahavir Singh Chauhan addressed Aryans Law students
To mark importance of National Constitution day , to cultivate deeper understanding of legal profession & to commemorate the adoption of the Constitution of India, Aryans College of Law, Rajpura, Near Chandigarh organized several activities through virtual mode. Aryans students of Law, Engineering, Management, Nursing, Pharmacy, B.Ed, Agriculture etc participated. Dr. Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group praised all the students for participating in the competitions whole heartedly and motivated them to partake more in future days.
On this occasion, Justice Mahavir Singh Chauhan, Former Justice, Punjab & Haryana High Court & Former Judicial Member, Armed Force Tribunal, Regional Bench, Chandigarh, interacted with students & faculty members of Aryans College of law. He said National Constitution Day also known as ‘Samvidhan Divas’ & significance lies in the fact that on this day in year 1949, the drafting of the Constitution by the Constituent Assembly which started functioning on 09 December 1946 under the Chairmanship of Dr BR Ambedkar was completed after a span of 2 years, 11 months and 17 days, he added.
While addressing he said that The Constitution of India is the longest written constitution of any sovereign country in the world. The day aims to create awareness of Fundamental Duties as enshrined in the Constitution. Every citizen in India today knows for sure that the Constitution is supreme and the Fundamental Rights guaranteed under it indeed are sacrosanct. The students should realize that it was equally important to perform the eleven fundamental duties as enshrined in the constitution while taking pride in cherishing the fundamental rights.
A virtual Speech competition was organized on this occasion Aadil, Renuka Dhami, Lovish, Harneet, Delisha, Aniket Thakur, David, Simarjot, Amandeep, Gaganpreet kaur from Law & other department spoke on various topics. Ms. Akanksha, Ms. Sanskriti, Ms. Swati, Ms. Daljinder kaur & other faculty members were present.