Constitutional Law

The Club is established for the purpose of inculcating the culture of understanding the jurisprudence emanating and revolving around Constitutional Law through deliberations and literary work, and to disseminate it to the society

The Indian nation is a conglomeration of cultures, languages, scripts, dialects, religion, and customs. India is the epitome of unity in diversity. The common thread holding the diversity in our nation is the Constitution of India which truly represents the will of ‘We The People’. Constitution of India is the brainchild of the Constituent Assembly which consisted of members from all walks of life. Thus, the Constitution of India truly is -of the people, by the people, and for the people.

Understanding the Constitution and the provisions thereto is not only indispensable to law students but also all citizens. Law colleges can act as catalysts to spread awareness and understanding within the institution and outside about the Constitution of our nation. However, understanding of the Constitution can be achieved only with intense reading coupled with rigorous deliberation on the intricacies of the law.

With this aim the Ramaiah College of Law, Bengaluru decided to form a Club for the purpose of inculcating the culture of understanding the jurisprudence emanating and revolving around Constitutional Law through deliberations and literary work and to disseminate it to the society.

Inauguration of the RCL Constitutional Law Club

Ramaiah College of Law inaugurated its Constitutional Law Club on 28th November 2019. The club was inaugurated by Hon’ble Mr Justice Gopala Gowda (Former Judge, Supreme Court of India) in the august presence of Chief Finance Officer GEF, Director Academics RCL, Principal-in-charge-RCL, Faculty members, and students of Ramaiah College of Law.

The inaugural event began with an erudite welcome speech by Dr Shyam Kishore (Principal-in-charge, RCL). Further, Justice Gopala Gowda in his speech emphasized the importance of not just understanding the Constitution by its words but also its spirit. He spoke briefly about the topic of constitutional morality and constitutionalism. The inauguration ipso facto adopted the Constitution of the Constitutional Law Club.

Who’s who?

Chairperson Dr V Shyam Kishore
Principal In-charge & Professor of Law
Deputy Chairperson Mr Omprakash
Assistant Professor Senior Scale (Law)
President Aishwarya S Hanchate
5th Year, B.A., LL. B
Vice President K V Manoj
5th Year, B.A., LL. B
Secretary Nikhil Erinjingat
4th Year, B.A., LL. B