As a part of Practical Training Examination, the Final Year Students are required to participate in Moot Court exercise. An endeavour is made in Bhagubai Changu Thakur College of Law to ensure that the students get maximum experience to shape up their career and attempt is made to give appellate side experience to the students. Since due to corona pandemic the students are not allowed to visit the college, the moot court exercise could not be conducted by physical mode. Though option was available with the college to take this practical training examination by way of assignment, etc., in order to ensure that the student do not miss the opportunity of participation in moot court exercise, BCT College of Law conducted 2 Moot Court exercise through online mode, in the same manner in which the Hon’ble High Court was hearing the matter during lockdown.
The first and second Moot Court for Final Year Students (60:40 pattern batch) was conducted through online mode on 25/9/2021 and 2/10/2021 respectively.
For 1st Moot Court Adv. Mrs. Ashwini Takalkar, Addl. Public Prosecutor, High Court, Bombay and Adv. Mr. Satyavrat Joshi, Advocate High Court, Bombay, graciously spare their valuable time and acted as the Judges and for 2nd Moot Court Adv. Mrs. Veera Shinde, Addl. Public Prosecutor, High Court, Bombay and Adv. Mr. Vaibhav Gaikwad, Advocate High Court, Bombay, graciously spare their valuable time and acted as the Judges. The moot problem for 1st Moot Court was based upon a criminal case and the moot problem for 2nd Moot Court was based upon a civil dispute. All the guest judges gave their valuable guidance to the students. Dr. Mrs. Shitala Gavand, Principal, BCT College of Law, took initiative in organizing the moot courts and Asst. Professor Shri. Ninad Shendge, Asst. Professor Ms. Krupa Naik hosted the online platform and ensure smooth entry of respective students for making oral submissions as per the time slots allotted to them. This exercise helped the students to gain valuable practical experience.