The constitution is the basic principles of the state, the structures and processes of government, and the fundamental rights of citizens in a higher law that cannot be unilaterally changed by an ordinary legislative act. This higher law is usually referred to as a constitution. India is one of the democratic countries which has the longest constitution. The preamble of the Indian Constitution declares liberty, equality, fraternity, and justice among all citizens.
IILM Constitutional Club (IILM-CLCS) The main aim of the Constitutional Club is to organize different programs like colloquiums, exchanges, symposiums, guest lectures, seminars, national conferences, legal quizzes, and celebrate Law Day. The aim of this constitutional club is to discuss the recent court judgments of the Supreme Court of India. We will work with diverse students and help them in growing the best version of themselves. With an intent to instill aptitude for not just learning what the law is about but also applying and interpreting the law in any given situation.
The club envisions making students aware of the Constitution and Constitutionalism’s importance. The club will allow the students to organize events at national and international level. This will also embark on leadership skills, organizational skills, teamwork, etc. which are essential elements for their personality development. Through the events, the club aims to garner attention to the much-required legal education and the importance of activities in a law school.
- The first and foremost objective of the IILM School of Law Constitutional Club will be to make students active organizers of the program like Seminars, National Conferences, symposiums, and other activities that will develop leadership qualities among students which will be useful for them if they go for litigation practice or in academics field.
- The second objective of our Constitutional Club will be to make students develop management qualities for organizing any event.
- IILM School of Law Constitutional Club will also make students aware of new judgments of the Supreme Court of India.
Faculty in Charge: Garima M. Prasad
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