Moot Court Society
Formed in 2007
Moot Court Society
Moot court society constantly strives to explore the maximum potential of the students. The members engage in constant discussion on contemporary topics, evaluate and bring logical conclusion by either hosting events or participating in such events. MCS thus becomes most important in each and every student as it constantly engages the students to achieve the best in them.
It is thus our endeavour to review and revise our programs to keep in pace with the global world in the process continue to bring out the best by hosting competitions, discussions and events.
.Dr. Geeta Kubsad
Current Office Bearers
The Moot Court Society stands on three pillars; dedication, team work and innovation. I want to strive to contribute towards a culture which aims for efficiency and excellency but also ensures the holistic development of everyone and pass the legacy in all its glory.
If you want to build a ship, don't drum up the men to gather wood, divide the word, and give orders. Instead, teach them to yearn for the vast and endless sea. This year, I envision the Moot Court Society as a team that keeps alive its culture while encouraging discussion and providing a platform for young minds to grow. We won't have to venture out to fight our way through when we bring innovation to our doorstep.
Memories do not have to be notions of good or bad, each one is relative and needs to be cherished as they all contain an element which makes it worth remembering. This optimism has brought us mid-way in a year full of challenges where we, the Core Committee have pledged to take a step towards our destiny, towards our future.
The Moot Court Society is all about giving opportunities and a platform to the young minds to grow. I would like this platform to grow with the dedication and teamwork that it possesses. I will strive to continue to maintain the legacy left behind and achieve new heights.
At Moot Court Society, we truly believe that Team Work makes the Dream Work. My vision for MCS this year is to strive for the best and bring victories to the college. MCS has always been a strong pillar of support contributing to my growth in the law school and I envision doing the same for all the other law students as well.
I envision the Moot Court Society to amplify the co-curricular opportunities in PGCL, refine and enhance the students' skills, making them the best versions of themselves.
They say that progress is impossible without change; and each year, we turn the page in the form of a new committee. However, this has never stopped us from building a space, where each member puts ‘we before I’. This year, we strive to progress not only individually, but also collectively to fulfil the ideals and the legacy that this society entails.
As we are an inch closer to reaching another landmark, MCS is a close-knit family that you will give you the privilege to grow as a person. MCS not only helps the students sharpen their mooting skills but also ensures their holistic development. Being a part of this journey, I would really like to bring value to MCS as it grows into a much more efficient and productive society with its own glorious legacy.
Moot Court Society is a big part of every student's life in our college. Definitely to me, it has immensely helped me grow as a person and for which I am forever grateful. We must find time to stop and thank the people who make a difference in our lives. MCS is a committee and a family which stays close to all our hearts.
General Secretary (Admin & Events)
Everything is possible, the impossible just takes longer. This year working along with MCS, the impossible is what I seek to achieve. MCS is a place where we get the opportunity to nurture young talents and seizing opportunity is all what I am about, after all history is always written by the winners. My envision for MCS this year is that we will create a lot of such winners!!
MCS, an acronym is a place of growth for me. We at MCS believe Talent wins games, but teamwork and persistence win championships.