Chandigarh- Galgotias University’s School of Law lately hosted a thought-provoking dialogue on the journey of budding legal professionals, that includes esteemed visitors, Honourable Justice Rajesh Bindal of the Supreme Court of India, former Delhi High Court Judge Professor J.R. Midha, and different dignitaries.
The occasion commenced with the ceremonial lighting of the lamp and Saraswati Vandana, setting an auspicious tone for the night.
Aradhana Galgotia, Director of Operations at Galgotias University, expressed “I’m delighted to increase a heartfelt welcome to our esteemed visitors. It is really a matter of nice fortune for each our establishment and the college household to have the presence of the distinguished Justice of our nation, Honourable Justice Rajesh Bindal. I can not overstate the importance of Justice Bindal’s function in shaping our nation’s judicial system. His invaluable contributions function a beacon of inspiration for all, particularly our regulation college students, who stand to achieve immensely from the profound classes embedded in Justice Bindal’s journey.”
Chancellor Sunil Galgotias addressed the gathering, highlighting the importance of knowledge infused with passion. He highlighted the pivotal role of the Indian justice system in the nation and urged students to diligently pursue their goals through hard work and dedication.
Renowned former judge and Professor J.R. Midha, with over 13 years of service at the Delhi High Court, shed light on the evolution of the Indian education system. Emphasising the paramount importance of ethics and honesty in one’s profession, he applauded Justice Rajesh Bindal’s exceptional track record of disposing of over 80 thousand cases in Chandigarh. Currently serving as Professor Emeritus at Galgotias University, Justice Midha imparts invaluable lessons to law students, focusing on the Fundamentals of Law, Communication Skills, and Rational Thinking.
Justice Rajesh Bindal, in his address said, “This age is of knowledge and the transformative impact of the internet. There is a need for practical application of knowledge in real-life situations, and the importance of continuous effort in the pursuit of success. While concerns exist about the backlog of cases, the government is actively working to tackle the issue, despite challenges posed by staff shortages.”
The program concluded with the visitors being honoured with Ashok Pillar, mementos, and shawls. Prof. Namita Malik, Dean of the School of Law, expressed gratitude and highlighted the transformative energy of data and mentorship. The occasion was skillfully performed by Dr. Bani Sharma and Dr. Priyam, with the presence of different college members and college students including to the success of the occasion.