Universal Law College celebrated "Constitutional Day" (Law Day) in the Campus
UGI's College of Law celebrated "Constitutional Day" (Law Day) in its campus. The presence of Hon'ble Chairman (Dr.) Gurpreet Singh with Advocate Amit Rana (Co-Chairman, Board Council of India) and Advocate Narender Bhardwaj (Member Punjab and Haryana High Court, Chandigarh) added grace to this celebration. Hon'ble Chairman (Dr.) Gurpreet highlighted the importance of this day by telling that constitution Day (National Law Day), also known as Samvidhan Divas, which is celebrated in India on 26 November every year to commemorate the adoption of Constitution of India. On 26 November 1949, the Constituent Assembly of India adopted the Constitution of India, and it came into effect on 26 January 1950. He mentioned that how such a gigantic and vast code of law and conduct is being preserved by our giants of knowledge for the safety and security of every individual as well as of the nation. He advised to follow the foot-prints of our prestigious constitution in order to live first class lifestyle.
On the other side, the chief guest of the day, Advocate Amit Rana explored the concept and shared his marvellous experience about inside and outside the Courts, judiciary and of that bar council. He told to students about that how the rights and duties of every individual can help to become an independent effective adult of our country. Whereas while supporting to the views of Adv. Rana, Advocate Narender Bhardwaj mentioned that today our country needs more effective and practical exposure to our constitution as it only can provide solution to the worse and tedious controversies aroused in various field in our country both at state or centre level. In addition, some student of Law College performed cultural activities to add flavour to the program where as other recited patriotic poetry on the occasion. Finally, (Dr.) Manpreet Grewal (Principal Law College) gave a vote of thank to all who were presented on the venue. This day really let its’ fragrance in the minds of each one who became the part of this event.