Jamia Millia's Law Students Win Best Memorial Award At International Criminal Law Moot Court Competition
NEW DELHI, JANUARY 22— Three law students of Jamia Millia Islamia has won the Best Memorial Award at the prestigious K. K. Luthra International Criminal Law Moot Court Competition.
The contest was held at the Delhi University earlier this week.
Jamia’s law students Vareesha Irfan, Raza Husain Zaidi and Nabira Farman have won the Best Memorial Award. They also received Rs 20,000 as cash prize.
Last week, as many as 54 fellows of the Residential Coaching Academy (RCA) of Jamia Millia had cleared Civil Services Examination 2019 (Mains). They will now face the interview later this year. If they clear the interview, they will be selected to the Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Indian Foreign Service (IFS), Indian Police Service (IPS) and other Central Government Services.
The Union Public Service Commission or UPSC declared the results of Mains last week. The examination was held in September last year.
“As a part of the University’s commitment to nation-building the students are provided free accommodation, library facility, classroom teaching, practice tests, etc. Subject to availability of seats,” said an official from Jamia.
Meanwhile, hundreds of students of Jamia Millia have been protesting against the December 15 police crackdown at the campus when several students were brutally assaulted by cops inside the central library after a protest against Citizenship (Amendment) Act had turned violent.
Vice Chancellor of Jamia Millia Najma Akhtar has lodged complaint with the Police for entering the campus without permission from university administration and damaging the properties and assaulting the students who were studying in the library.