5th National Moot Court Competition-2017, Valedictory ceremony (23 Sep,2017)

IMS Unison University’s jubilant 5th National Moot Court Competition came to a close today in the Valedictory ceremony embellished by Chief Guest Mr. Mahesh Chandra Kaushiwa, (HJS)                    Additional Secretary, Law  &  Justice cum Additional  Legal  Remberance, Law Adviser , Government of Uttarakhand.
The ecstatic Day 3 of this mega-event began with the Semi Final rounds. The teams came up with extremely novel and onerous arguments, and the top four teams which inexorably presented their disputation to the judges and answered their profound and arduous questions with their skillful advocacy and precisely contrived arguments, victoriously advanced to the Finals.
The beguiling Final Round advanced with the participants from the top two teams launching into a show of strenuous argumentation. The teams showed perceptible mettle and vigor. The effervescent teams left no stone unturned as they sprinted on each other with ingenuity and inventiveness. The esoteric questions of the judges kept the participants on their feet as they prudently faced every logistic and exigency. The Finals witnessed everything from perseverance to skirmish.
The Judges for today’s rounds included eminent and respected advocates from in and around Dehradun: Advocate Ajar Rab, Advocate Amar Rab, Advocate Chitra Rab - lawyers from the eminent Rab & Rab Associates; Dr. Sachiv Kumar, Reader in Law, Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration, Mussoorie; Retired Registrar P.K. Maheswari , Senior Advocate Atul Virmani amongst others. 
The exultant Finals were followed by the Valedictory ceremony in which Dr. B. M. Dimri, Dean, School of Law warmly welcomed dignitaries and participants to the valedictory ceremony. Dr.Saroj Bohra, Head, School of Law, presented a report on the on the three day event which witnessed grit and hard work of 42 teams from across the length and breadth of the country. Dr. M.P.Jain, Chancellor cited examples of exemplary behavior by judges and exhorted students to emulate them. He congratulated the winners as well as the participants and hoped the event was a great learning experience for participants.
Chief Guest Mr. Mahesh Chandra Kaushiwa applauded efforts of School of Law in organizing the competition on a contemporary moot problem. He said the moots connect students to actual practice and asked students to focus on human values to do justice.
The much awaited results were announced in the following categories:
Winner Team – National University of Study and Research in Law, Ranchi
First Runner up team – University of Mumbai Law Academy
Second Runner up team – SKVM's Pravin Gandhi College of Law, Mumbai