Seminar on the theme “Dr:Ambedkar : The Architect of Indian Constitution”.
To celebrate the birthday of Dr. BR. Ambedkar St. Soldier Law College organized a State Level Seminar on the theme “Dr:Ambedkar : The Architect of Indian Constitution”. The inaugural session was chaired by Sh. Anil Chopra, Chairman of the group. Justice Markandey Katju, Former Judge of the Supreme Court and Press Council of India inaugurated the seminar. Managing Director Prof. Manhar Arora, College Director Dr. Subhash Sharma, Distt Bar Association President Advocate Narinder Singh, Joint Secretary Rahul Ramapl Sharma, Principal Veena Dada, Principal Alka Gupta, Principal Gurpreet Singh and faculty members welcomed the Chief Guest and over a score of seminarians including Dr. Manoj Sharma, Dr. Dinesh Arora, Dr. Varinder Singh, Dr. Suruchi Kohli, Prof. Simi Thind, Prof. Amritpal Kaur, Dr. Inderjit Kumar, Prof. Rubi Prof Parminderjit, Prof Monica etc from various institutions the state, Who presented their papers in two working sessions of the seminar.
In the Inaugural Address, Justice Katju recalled the contribution of Dr. Ambedkar in the making of the constitution by borrowing fundamental rights and parliamentary practices from developed democracies like USA, Canada, japan and UK. Since Indian population and its socio-economic system was feudal, under- developed full of inequalities, poverty, hunger and sickness, the system has not worked to achieve high ideals setforth as Liberty Equality and Fraternity. The cheap value system andaspirations of our politicians and political parties has made India as corrupt unsecular and caste – ridden society. He reminded the goal of the Constitution – the equality secularism, fraternity socio-economic and political justice. Justice Katju predicted that elections 2019 may not bring any satisfaction to remedy malnutrition, unemployment and poverty. He wanted India to be rapidly industrialized to be equal to China and USA and become a developed country. He wanted youth and enlightened Indians to rise to the occasion and build a new India.