Committees

Committees

LITERACY COMMITTEE

  • To add a spark of ‘outlook’ to the fire of ‘pre owned knowledge’ in every field ,
  • To uplift the aspect of ‘literature’ which not only enhances the personality but also is a pre-requisite in every sphere, and
  • To provide a pillar to support the motto of our university, "Education… that meets the needs of the society and enables the building of sustainable communities".

A legal clinic is a law school program which provides hands-on-legal experience to law school students and reasonable services to various clients. If you can’t afford a lawyer, but still need legal representation or even have questions about your legal rights, you can get free legal aid at our Xavier’s Law School. These legal services are provided by law students who work pro bono, meaning “for the public good”, or without charge.

LEGAL AID COMMITTEE

MOOT COURT COMMITTEE

This Constitution proposes to regulate mooting and is an allied activity in the University, in a just and fair manner while facilitating such activities in the unsurpassable possible way.