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    Workshop for Police Officers Siliguri on 28/5/15 jointly organized by the Indian Institute of Legal Studies (IILS) and the Siliguri Metropolitan Police. The Workshop commenced with a Welcome Address by Dr.T.K.Chatterjee, Director, IILS. It was inaugurated by Hon’ble Justice Pinaki Chandra Ghosh, Judge of the Supreme Court as the Chief Guest. His Lordship Justice Ghose narrated a few instances of cyber crime out of his personal experience as a Judge in various courts. He appreciated the efforts of IILS to organize this training programme for the Police Officers to whom the people look forward to get justice and on whom rest the duty of preventing cybercrime. Mr. Manoj Kumar Verma, IPS, Commissioner of Police and the Special Guest of Honour presented his speech. Mr.Verma presented the incidents of cyber crimes which come to the cyber crime police station in Siliguri, steps taken to nab the culprits and mitigate the sufferings. Mr. Joyjit Choudhury, Chairman, Indian Institute of Legal Studies presented the Key Note Address. He highlighted the IT Act, 2000, its amendments of 2008, the prevailing IPC, other rules & regulations and the procedures in challenging cyber crime. After the above speeches, the Technical Session started with Three presentations on the Focal Theme by the students of Indian Institute of Legal Studies as mentioned below : (i) Cyber Crime in Economy : Ashish Paul, Rupsita Das and Pooja Maiya of LL.B. 3trs. Sem II. (ii) Cyber Crime in Social Media : Vatsal Verma ( Sem VI), Megha Gurung ( Sem VI), Paygamtsho Sherpa ( Sem VIII) and Nikita Goel ( Sem VIII) of LL.B. 5 yrs. course. (iii) Cyber Crime in National Security : Himangshu Singh (Sem IV ), Ayushi Agarwal ( Sem IV ), Rinchen Dorji ( Sem IV ) and Chadrakant Sharma ( Sem II ) of LL.B. 5 yrs. course. . Each presentation was followed up by summing up by the teachers, namely, Ms. Trishna Gurung, Mr. Souradeep Rakshit and Mr. Abhishek Bhargava respectively. Then discussion and interaction with the participants continued for about two hrs. in the context of the issues and remedies in the area of cyber crime. A number of Police Officers participated in the discussion and profusely thanked IILS for organizing this event. Vote of Thanks were presented by the students.

    29/05/2015
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    Legal Aid Camp was were organised by the students of the Indian Institute of Legal Studies under guidance of the teachers at Darjeeling on 23/5/15 to sensitise the poor people in the local communities about legal remedies available to them to settle disputes in various issues and get justice.: Dignitaries who were present : Mr. Durga Kharel, Govt. Pleader, Ms. Priyanka Zimba, WBJS, Mr. Dinesh Shrestha, President of Darjeeling NGO Network, Mr. Gurung, Executive Member, GDNS, Darjeeling, Mr. Roshan Sharma, Advocate, Ms. Priyanjali C. Rai, Advocate, Mr. Swapan Kr. Pal, Working Chairman, Eastern ZoneUNO affiliated International Human Rights Commission, representatives of media. About 100 local people were present in the Camp.

    28/5/15
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    Legal Aid Camps were organised by the students of the Indian Institute of Legal Studies under guidance of the teachers as per following schedule to sensitise the poor people in the local communities about legal remedies available to them to settle disputes in various issues and get justice : 1. At Mirik on 16/5/15. Dignitaries who were present : Mr. Samitava Ghosh, Civil Judge ( Jr. Div. ) –cum – Judicial Magistrate, Mirik Court, Mr. Suraj Tamang, Advocate, Mirik Bar Association, Mr. Biswanath Ray Sarkar, S.I., Mirik P.S., Mrs. Mina Subba, Naari Sewa Samiti, Mirik, Mrs. Arpana Bharati, I.C.D.S., Mirik, Mr. Roshan Rai, Mirik Press Club, some students from Lewis English School and Mirik H.S. School and local people. 2. At Naxalbari on 23/5/15. 44 students participated from 3yrs 2nd, 3yrs 6th, 5yrs 2nd and 5yrs 4th semester. The Camp was held in presence of Mr. Ajay Kr. Das, Addl. District judge (1st) Siliguri sub-divisional court, Mr. Amit Sarkar, Mr. Rahul Pandey, WBPS, OC Naxalbari, OC Kharibari and other police officers and a reporter from Uttar Banga Sambad. There were about 50 local people present in the said program. Following speeches by the hon';ble guests, an effective interactive session was organised with the guests, students and the local people. The authorities of Naxalbari Higher Secondary School extended tremendous co-operation

    23/05/2015
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    The 155th Birth Anniversary of the legendary poet Rabindranath Tagore was observed with due decorum and reverence on May 9, 2015 (Baisakh 25, 1422 ) in the college. The programme was inaugurated with placing of flowers in the portrait of Rabindranath by the Chairman, Trustees, Director, Principal, Teachers and Students. The observation commenced with a speech by Mr. Joyjit Choudhury, Chairman which followed with a speech by Dr.T.K.Chatterjee, Director. The students of various semesters presented songs, dances and recitation of poems of Tagore. Mr. Indra Nath Dey, Vice-Principal presented the concluding speech. The entire programme continued for about two hours and was witnessed by students and all sections of staff.

    09/05/2015
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    The Summit was conceived, planned and co-ordinated under the stewardship and leadership of Mr. Joyjit Choudhury, Chairman, Indian Institute of Legal Studies. The aim and objective of the Summit were to reform, innovate, reorient and to cause a paradigm shift in the methodologies in place towards creating legal professionals in each SAARC country to meet the unfolding challenges in economic and social development. Yet another intent was to sensitize the countries for initiating dialogue among them for establishment of a SAARC Law University which will provide teaching-learning and research infrastructure of international standard taking into account the need for harmonisation of curricula but with due importance to the imperatives of distinctiveness of the respective countries. The Summit was structured into four Technical Sessions. The Speakers in these Sessions were Vice-Chancellors and senior Professors of Law Universities and allied Institutes of National Importance. The Inaugural Session of the Summit held on March 28 at 2 pm was attended by (i) Hon'ble Mr. Justice S.K. Sripavan, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Sri Lanka(ii) Hon'ble Mr. Justice Pinaki Ch.Ghose, Judge, Supreme Court of India (iii) Hon'ble Mr. Justice Abdul Salam Azimi, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Afghanistan (iv) Hon'ble Mr. Justice Biswanath Somadder, Judge, Calcutta High Court (v) Justice Mr. Justice Lungten Dubgyur, Judge, High Court of Bhutan (vi) Mr. G.S. Chandel, YSM, GOC, 33 Corps, Sukna (vi) Mr. T.B.Ghimire, Joint Attorney General, Govt. of Nepal and (vii) Mr. Joyjit Choudhury, Chairman, Indian Institute of Legal Studies. The inaugural session was presided by Mr. Justice S.K. Sripavan, Chief Justice of Sri Lanka. Mr. Justice Pinaki Ch.Ghose, Judge, Supreme Court of India graced the session as the Chief Guest .

    30/03/2015
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    SUMMIT ON LEGAL EDUCATION IN SAARC REGION-- Summit of Legal Education vis-à-vis Social Development organized under the stewardship of Hon’ble Joyjit Choudhury, Chairman, Indian Institute of Legal Studies on 28th and 29th March, 2015. The SAARC Law Summit aims to reform, innovate, reorient and to have a paradigm shift in our system towards creating legal professionals that can meet the upcoming challenges in the SAARC region and to develop a serious research culture among SAARC countries which is of international standard. Shri Joyjit Choudhury, Chairman of Indian Institute of Legal Studies started the Summit with welcome address by focusing on regional integration which is a dynamic process in which states willingly enter into a regional agreement to share or unify into a larger whole in order to enhance regional cooperation through regional institutions and rules. He further stated in his speech about the objectives of the regional integration which range from economic to political to environmental. The Chief Guest for programme was the Hon’ble Justice Pinaki Chandra Ghose, Judge, Supreme Court of India, who has delivered keynote address stating SAARC as a regional organization for socio- economic development of the South Asian Region which serves as a platform for these countries to work together in a spirit of friendship, trust, and understanding to accelerate economic and social development in this region.. As a special Guest of Honour, Hon’ble Justice K Sipavan, Chief Justice, Supreme Court of Sri Lanka was the president of the programme. His Lordship delivered presidential address and enlightened the august gathering regarding the development objective of SAARC countries and identified different areas of cooperation like; human resource development and education being the important one. Hon’ble former Chief Justice of Afghanistan, Abdul Salam Azimi had graced the occasion as special guest of honour. His Lordship Abdul Salam Azimi had chaired Third Technical Session whereby he moderated and given his valuable inputs. Hon’ble Justice Biswanath Somadder. Judge, Calcutta High Court, had presented analysis of the conference proceeding by pin pointing important points, valuable comments and suggestions and Hon’ble Justice Lungten Dubgyur, Judge High Court of Bhutan were the Guests of Honour for the inaugural. Justice Lungten Dubgyur had presented paper under the sub theme “Unification of the basic principles of law among the SAARC countries” where his lordship talked about common law or principles for the progress of SAARC nations as other regional cooperation’s like; European Union (EU), NAFTA, MERCOSUR, ASEAN, etc. Joint Attorney General of Nepal and Lt Gen G.S Chandel, YSM, GOC were special invitees for the programme as Guest of Honour. Vice Chancellor, Deans and Professor from various National Law School, Indian Institute of Technology are speakers for the technical session. All the speakers and academics focused on institutional building and strengthening, coordination of economic and social policy, harmonization of external relations and governance. Guests were felicitated by the students of IILS by presenting them with bouquets and mementos and finally to conclude the session vote of thanks was delivered by Hon’ble Justice Biswanath Sommader, Judge, High Court of Calcutta, whereby his lordship thanked all the judges, academics, government officials, faculty members, staffs and specially students of Indian Institute of Legal Studies (IILS) for making this event a great success by taking this unique initiative with regards to the legal education in South Asia. The inaugural ceremony was concluded with the national anthem of India.

    28/03/2015
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    Indian Institute of Legal Studies celebrated 66th Republic Day in the college campus. Every year the college celebrates the Republic Day with great honour. The Constitution of India came into force on this day in the year 1950. It had replaced the Government of India Act, 1935. In the Institute the National Flag was hoisted by the respected member of the Governing Body of the college Shri Ajit Choudhury in presence of respected Chairman, Principal & other faculty members. The Flag was hoisted with the slogan "Bande Mataram" by the Students.

    26/01/2015
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    Vasant Panchami is the day of Saraswati puja, the goddess of knowledge and arts. This festival is celebrated every year on the 5th day or ‘Panchami’ of the bright fortnight of the lunar month of Magha. Indian Institute of Legal Studies celebrated this day with prompt and grandeur with the students participating in the celebration spontaneously on 24th January; 2015.The Chairman Mr. Joyjit Choudhury joined the students in their celebration and all prayed to the God for her blessing. The celebration concluded with the distribution of prasad among all present for the Saraswati puja.

    24/01/2015
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    LEGAL AWARENESS AND LEGAL LITERACY PROGRAMME Organised Jointly By Darjeeling District Legal Aid Forum & District Legal Services Authority & Darjeeling and Sub-Divisional Legal Services Committee Siliguri In Association with Indian Institute of legal Studies Siliguri Topic to be discussed: Preparatory Guidelines Towards Maintaining Model Litigation Free Villages and Its Methodology Resource Persons : Chairman and Legal Luminaries Venue : IILS Campus Date : 17th January 2015 Time : 1500 Hrs

    16/01/2015
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    A symposium on "Impact of Medical Negligence on Right to Health : Emerging Trends" was held on 10th January 2015, the Hon'ble Dr.Mamjula Chellur,the Chief Justice of Calcutta High Court was the Chief Guest in the Programme. Hon'ble Justice Biswanath Sommadder was also present to grace the occasion.Eminent doctors of Siliguri were also present. The students of IILS from across all the semester presented the leading case laws on Medical Negligence through power point presentation (PPT) which was appreciated by all the dignitaries present during the presentation. There was an interactive session on Medical Negligence chaired by Justice Biswanath Sommadder which enlightened all the participants including the eminent Doctors and the Students.

    12/01/2015
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    The Indian Institute of Legal Studies has been selected for the 22nd Dewang Mehta Business School Awards scheduled on 15th November 2014 at Taj Lands End, Mumbai in the "Education Leadership Award" category in recognition of the high quality of teaching-learning methods, all round grooming of students, practical training, co-curricular programmes, innovative academic practices and best methods of governance which have been implemented in the college. The Chairman, Indian Institute of Legal Studies received the award in person on Nov. 15. The Citation is published in Current Notice.

    18/11/2014
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    The Vertical Interaction Course ( VIC ) of senior IPS Officers at national – level on “ Criminal Justice System : Need for Co-ordination” was conducted during Nov.3 till 7th Nov.,2014. The VIC is approved by the Bureau of Police Research and Development (B.P.R.&D. ), Ministry of Home Affairs, New Delhi. The VIC was inaugurated by Hon'ble Justice Biswanath Somadder , Judge, Calcutta High Court as Chief Guest. Mr.Joyjit Choudhury, Chairman, IILS presented the Welcome Address. Prof. Somnath Ghosh , Vice-Chancellor, NBU presided over the session. Mr.Jawed Shamim, IG, North Bengal and D.M., Darjeeling could not attend but they sent message of greetings. The Technical sessions started from 2 pm of 3.11.14 and will continue till 7.11.14 daily from 10 am till 5 pm with a lunch break. The Topics and Resource Persons are mentioned below : Law Enforcement & Police Investigation: Role of IPS Officers, Issues & Challenges : Justice Biswanath Somadder, Judge, Calcutta High Court . Co-ordination between various Criminal Justice Institutions and the Role of Police : Justice Biswanath Somadder, Judge, Calcutta High Court. Investigation : The Role of Supervisory Officers : Mr. Navnnet Rajan Wasan, Addl. Director General National Investigation Agency, New Delhi. Police and Correctional Administration : Justice Ashim Kr.Roy, Judge, Calcutta High Court Role of Modern Scientific Techniques and Forensic Sciences for improving policing : Justice Ashim Kr.Roy, Judge, Calcutta High Court Evolving measures for better co-ordination of Human Rights Violation : Prof.R. Venkata Rao, Vice-Chancellor, National Law University India, Bangalore. The Valedictory Session was held on 7/11/14 at 2 pm . Justice Ashim Kr.Roy delivered the Valedictory Address. Mr. H.K.Sood, I.G. BSF, HQ NB FTR could not be present as Special Guest due to urgent office work. Certificate of Participation was presented to the Participants by Justice Roy. Mr.Anjan Chakraborty, IPS,Principal, Central Detective Training School, Kolkata, under B.P.R.&.D. was present as the B.P.R.&D. Observer.

    08/11/2014
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    Professor Raghunath Ghosh, Professor of Law, University of North Bengal delivered a Special Lecture on " Philosophy and Law " before an assembly of all students of the Indian Institute of Legal Studies on 24.9.14 at 2.30 pm. The presentation was for one hour and followed up with interaction with students and teachers. The meeting was presided by Dr.T.K.chatterjee, Director, Indian Institute of Legal Studies who also spoke during the discussion stage. The event was appreciated by all present.

    24/09/2014
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    Dr.Md.Yasin, Professor in Political Science, University of North Bengal delivered a Special Lecture on 15.9.14 at 12 noon before an audience comprising students of B.A. LL.B. semester I,III and V. The Lecture was on the principal features of democratic governance in India drawing its strength from the Indian Constitution. Prof. Yasin also deliberated on the linkage between Political Science as a subject of study in LL.B. courses and Constitutional Law. The presentation was followed by intense discussion and interaction with the students.

    15/09/2014
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    Celebration of Teachers Day on Sept.5-6. The Teachers Day was celebrated with due dignity and respect in the Indian Institute of Legal Studies (IILS) on 5th and 6th September. The students organised the programme on 5th. It started with speech by Mr.Joyjit Choudhury, the Chairman, IILS and was followed by speeches of Dr.T.K.Chatterjee, Director, IILS and Father Cherian, Principal of the St.Xaviers College, Rajganj, Siliguri. Some of the students also spoke about the significance of the Day. Father Cherian was felicited by the Chairman, IILS. The students also felicitated each of the teachers and the non-teaching staff. Subsequently, they presented cultural feats like songs, dances and recitation. The TeachersDay was observed on 6th September by honoring some senior teachers of Siliguri for their contribution in teaching. We honoured Professor B.P.Dwivedi, Department of Law, NBU and former Registrar, NBU besides Father George, Principal of Selesian College, Second Campus, Siliguri and seven other Principals of different schools. Mr.Joyjit Choudhury, Chairman, IILS presided over the function. He felicitated the Principals. The Chairman presented a highly articulated speech in commemoration of the great contributions of Dr.Radhakrishnan, the legendary teacher. Father George of Salesian College delivered the speech of the Chief Guest. Other Guests like Prof. B.P. Dwivedi and the Principals also delivered speech to commemorate the 127th birthday of Prof. Dr.Radhakrishnan. The valedictory session was conducted by Mr. Abhishek Bhargava, Assistant Professor in Law, IILS and concluding speech was delivered by the Principal (officiating), IILS Celebrating the Teachers Day is the recognition of the devotion, with which teachers undertake the responsibility of educating a child academically as well as morally. The programme concluded with National Anthem.

    06/09/2014
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    A Programme to provide Legal Aid to the poor and marginalized people was organized by students of the Indian Institute of Legal Studies on 31.8.14 at Nanda Prasad High School, Naxalbari in association with Darjeeling Police and Lions Club of Naxalbari. A large number of distinguished citizens of Naxalbari were present besides students of the local schools and the residents in and around Naxalbari. The laws relating to early marriage of girls before age of 20 yrs., registration of marriage, procedure of birth / death registration and settlement and redress of common disputes which impact the daily lives of the villagers were discussed in details. The speakers included Mr.Sourav Sen, O.C. of Naxalbari P.S. and Mr.Indranath Dey, Mr.Sayantan Mukherjee, Mr.Amit Dutta, Mr.Suparswa Chakraborty, all teachers of Indian Institute of Legal Studies. Some students of the college also addressed the participants and explained the legal provisions. The meeting was presided over by Mr. Narendra Prasad.

    04/09/2014
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    Legal Aid Camp was held at Kalimpong on 15.6.14 ( Sunday ). It was inaugurated by Hon'ble Justice Biswanath Somadder, Judge, Kolkata High Court. The officials of the State Legal Services Authority, Darjeeling District, judicial officials, NGOs and the local media were present. The students of the Indian Institute of Legal Studies, duly assisted by the faculty , provided legal advice to the local beneficiaries and other stake holders. Mr. Joyjit Choudhury, Chairman, Indian Institute of Legal Studies presided over the meeting and supervised the activities.

    16/06/2014
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    A Symposium entitled “ Role of Media in Justice Delivery System " was held on 12.5.14 at 12 noon in the Indian Institute of Legal Studies in collaboration with the Siliguri Journalists' Club. The Symposium was attended by the representatives of the Media in Siliguri besides our teachers and students. Hon’ble Justice Biswanath Somadder and Hon'ble Justice Arindam Sinha, Judges of Calcutta High Court kindly graced the Symposium as the Chief Guest and Special Guest respectively and present their views in the Symposium. A Panel Discussion on the Topic was held after the inaugural session participated by the Hon'ble Judges and senior media personnel. Dainik Jagran, Siliguri was the media partner of the Symposium and its contribution in organising the even is sincerely acknowledged.

    06/06/2014
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    * A Special Lecture on “The Indian evidence Act” was delivered by Hon’ble Justice Arindam Sinha, Judge, Calcutta High Court on 11.5.14 during 3 pm to 4.30 pm in the Conference Hall of the University of North Bengal, Administrative Building. *The Indian Institute of Legal Studies is proud and delighted to announce that a total of 85 students have obtained First Class rank in the examinations of the University of North Bengal held in December, 2013. The over-all success rate is as high as 94%. The students were felicitated in a ceremony held on 11.5.14 at 3 pm in the Conference Hall of the University of North Bengal, Administrative Building. Hon’ble Justice B.Somadder, Judge, Calcutta High Court and Hon’ble Justice A.Sinha, Judge,Calcutta High Court kindly graced the ceremony as Guests of Honour and felicitated the students. The performance of all the qualified students were also appreciated in the programme. *The parents of all the students were present in the felicitation ceremony.

    06/06/2014
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    A delegation of NATIONAL LAW COLLEGE, Kathmandu, Nepal consisting of seven students and one Teacher visited the Indian Institute of Legal Studies under Academic Exchange / Visit programme during May 16-18, 2014. The legal education system of India and Nepal as well as the legal system of the two countries were discussed in details during meetings with the delegation. Other technical issues concerning prosecution, adjudication, court structure, justice delivery systems, Bar Council of India etc. were discussed. The students and teachers of IILS exchanged experience with their counterparts from Nepal. The delegation was felicitated on 17.5.14 at 1 pm in a ceremony at IILS.

    06/06/2014
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    Symposium on "Role of Media in Justice Delivery System " organised jointly by the Indian Institute of Legal Studies and Dainik Jagran. Date & Time : 24.4.14 at 3 pm / Venue : Tara Palace, Gangtok, Sikkim. Programme : Welcome Address : Mr.Joyjit Chowdhury, Chairman, Indian Institute of Legal Studies. Chief Guest : Hon'ble Justice N.K.Jain, The Chief Justice, Sikkim High Court, Sikkim. Special Guest : Hon'ble Justice S.P.Wangdi, Judge, Sikkim High Court, Sikkim. Guest of Honour : Professor (Dr.) A.Lakshminath, Chancellor, Andhra Pradesh University and Vice-Chancellor, Chanakya National Law University, Patna. Participants : Media representatives of Sikkim / Teachers & Students of the Indian Institute of Legal Studies./ Teachers & Students of the Sikkim Govt. Law College and other Colleges in Sikkim.The Dainik Jagran played an active role in organising the Symposium by ensuring participation of a large number of media personnel of Sikkim.