National Constitution Day

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4 th CONSTITUTION DAY FACULTY OF LAW, INTEGRAL UNIVERSITY

PROPOSAL CUM CONCEPT NOTE



ABOUT THE FACULTY OF LAW: The Faculty of Law is a crowning glory of the esteemed University started in the year 2016 with an aim of establishing the department to inculcate and train the budding lawyers. Over the past years, the Faculty has made significant progress in order to give due emphasis to the expanding horizons of the legal profession.

ABOUT CONSTITUTION DAY: Constitution Day (National Law Day), is celebrated inIndiaon 26 November every year to commemorate the adoption of theConstitution of India. On 26 November 1949, theConstituent Assembly of Indiaadopted the Constitution of India, and it came into effect on 26 January 1950. The Government of India declared 26 November as Constitution Day on 19 November 2015 by a gazette notification. Since 2015 was the 125th birth anniversary year ofB. R. Ambedkar(14 April 1891 – 6 December 1956),


who is known as the drafter of the Indian constitution, the government decided in May 2015 to celebrate this year "in a big way". Previously this day was celebrated as Law Day. 26 th November was chosen to spread the importance of the constitution and to spread thoughts and ideas of Ambedkar.

OBJECTIVE OF THE EVENT : The Constitution lays down the national goals of India - Democracy, Socialism, Secularism and National Integration. It spells out the rights and duties of the citizen. The Constitution of a nation is treated as sacred document as the Bible. Hence, it is important for the students to acquire indepth knowledge and understanding on the Constitution. To promote and encourage the constitutional literacy, constitutional rights and values that are enshrined in the Constitution among the law students, Constitutional Law Society, Faculty of Law, Integral University wants to celebrate a daylong event on 26 th November 2019.

PROPOSED EVENTS AND ACTIVITES : Constitutional Law Society, Faculty of Law, Integral University is proposing a chain of event for 4 th Constitution Day Celebration to encourage active participation of student studying in our University as well as students studying in any of the Recognized Schools/ Colleges/ Departments of other Universities.

1.2 nd National Essay Writing Competition : A National–Level Essay Writing Competition for Research Scholars and Students studying in any of the Recognized Schools/ Colleges/ Departments of the Universities. It will be the 2 nd edition of this essay writing competition after its huge success on 2018.

Topics for 2 nd National Essay Writing Competition :

  • Violation of Right to Self Determination and the Constitutional Mandate in context of Removal of Article 370.
  • Role of Constitution in Protecting Natural Environment of India.
  • Socialist Economy Vs Capitalist Economy in Light of Privatization of a Laissez Faire Economy.

2.1 st National Poster Making Competition : A National–Level Poster Making Competition for Students studying in any of the Recognized Schools/ Colleges/ Departments of the Universities. It will be the 1 st National Edition of this Poster Making Competition, earlier it was intra-university competition only for Integral University students but after its huge success from 2016 till 2018, Constitutional Law Society wants to take it to National Level.

Themes for 1 st National Poster Making Competition :

  • Social Injustices
  • Women Empowerment
  • Role of Government in Social Upliftment
  • Environment Protection Policies of the Government
  • Three-tier structure of the Government

3.3 rd Intra-University Debate Competition : An Intra-University Debate Competition for students studying in various departments of Integral University. This will be the 3 rd Edition of the Intra-University Debate Competition by Faculty of Law. It will be a two-round competition, the preliminary round will be held on 11 th November and the final round on the Constitution Day i.e. 26 th November 2019.

Themes for 3 rd Intra-University Debate Competition :

  • For Preliminary Round : Economically Backward Reservation is a cynical fraud on the Constitution.
  • For Final Round : Supreme Court’s intervention in Religious Matters.

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Guest Lecture : A guest lecture for the students of Integral University to give them an insight by an expert on about the ‘Importance of Citizenship under the Constitution of India with Special Reference to the National Register of Citizens of India (NRC), 2019’.

CONTACT : For any query, feel free to reach us on: iunationalessay@gmail.com

Faculty-in-Charge – Mrs. Seema Siddiqui (seemas@iul.ac.in)

Student-in-Charge – Mohd. Rameez Raza (+919936835699; rraza@iul.ac.in)