Pandemic, online classes and its effectiveness

-Jyoti Sharma The whole world was in lockdown and the scenario of Nepal was no different due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Our education institutions were shut amid pandemic for almost 11 months. By recognizing the value of students’ life, with a drastic change in an education system, an educational institution started teaching on a digital…

7th Constitutional Law Lecture Series

The Seventh Edition of Constitutional Law lecture series was conducted on 4th June 2020 (22nd of Jestha, 2076) by Constitutional and Federal Law Research Center (CFLRC) and Civil Law and Human Rights Research Center (CLHRRC), National Law College (NaLC) in association with Manipal University Jaipur. The speaker of the webinar was…

LOCKDOWN EXPERIENCE OF NALCIANS

The Government of Nepal announced an extension to the nationwide lock down for at least one additional week, until 2359 hours on April 15, 2020.  Per the lock down order all residents and visitors in Kathmandu are required to remain in their place of residence.  All movement on the roads, by vehicle and on foot,…

Exhaustion of Domestic/Local Remedies

The “exhaustion of domestic remedies” principal refers to the general requirement that victims that a foreign national allegedly harmed by a state first use the judicial or administrative complaint procedures available under national law before seeking diplomatic protection or initiating international proceedings directly against the state. While the specific remedies available vary…

Survey report regarding the effects of COVID-19 in Nepal

E-Journal Committee of National Law College had conducted an online survey where 7 questions regarding government decisions and initiatives and the way people are spending their lives during this crisis had been asked with the intention of finding out what people think about the scenario we are going through. Here is the report of the survey that was conducted.

Message from the Editorial board

As stated by the World Health Organization, a pandemic is the worldwide spread of a new disease which is COVID since 2019. Corona Virus Disease is a current pandemic that has been flowing worldwide with 1,796,415 cases, 110,030 death case and 412,102 recovered cases as on 12th April 2020 (8:50 pm). The awareness activity has…

Test of Fundamental Rights during COVID -19 Pandemic

-Sangita Bhusal Background A novel coronavirus (SARS –COV-2) or named as COVID-19 has spread rapidly since emerging on December 2019 from Wuhan China. After China, Italy becomes the epicenter of corona virus, followed by Spain, the USA, France, UK and it gradually spread to nearly all countries of the world. The world health organization (WHO)…

Motivational Program for students

On 23rd February a motivational program was organized at National Law College for eighth-semester students. The session was provided by Dr. Ganesh Regmi (Advocate, Professor – B.A.LL.B. program, retired SSP).

CEDAW Panel Discussion experience

-Bandita Regmi (8th Semester) On the Occasion of International Women’s day, there was an online panel discussion among various colleges and universities from around the world held by “Together Empowering all Women”. The theme of this discussion was the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women. We discussed how our respective…

Test of Fundamental right during Covid-19 Pandemic

-Smrika Basnet Introduction “Human  dignity  and  rights  need  to  be  at  front  and  centre  in  any  pandemic  not  an  afterthought “. With  the  global  spread  of  COVID 19,  fundamental  rights  are  in  perilous  condition . Fundamental  rights  are  those  rights  which  are  recognized  and  written  in  the  constitution  and  are  enforceable  by  the court  ….

PRISON – PAROLE – PANDEMIC: MEASURES TAKEN BY NEPAL GOVERNMENT AMID COVID-19.

-Ashutosh Pandey Abstract With the rapid escalation of COVID-19 cases throughout the world, some groups of people are indispensably in need of assistance and support. One of such vulnerable groups to viral contagion are the prisoners inside different correctional institutions throughout world including Nepal. However, the Supreme Court of Nepal and some advocates have been…

Hail the winners of the 3rd Intra-College Essay Competition

Constitutional Law and Federal Law Research Center (CLFLRC), National Law College (NaLC) organized the third NaLC Intra College Constitutional Law Essay Competition. All students pursuing masters and an under-graduate law degree in National Law College (NaLC) were eligible to participate in the Competition. The themes were set for the competition as shown below: ·     Access and…

Poush 2077 edition

Prashamsa Ghimire, Editor Dear readers, We from the NaLC e-journal editorial board would like to express our apologies for not posting any articles for Poush 2077 edition. As we all know due to the pandemic most of our exams were put to hault by TU and this month most of the semesters had their exams…

Experience sharing of Clinical Legal Education Program

Prashamsa Ghimire, Editor The experience sharing program of students who had participated in the Clinical Legal Education Program was conducted on Thursday, 17th December 2020 at 6:00PM through MS Teams. Students from National Law College, Nepal Law Campus, Prithvi Narayan Campus and many more were present in the virtual platform to share their experience of the…

NaLC team wins 6th Manipal Ranka International Moot Court Competition 2020

The National Law College team won the first place at the 6th Manipal-Ranka International Moot Court Competition. School of Law, Manipal University, Jaipur organized the event in collaboration with Ranka Public Charitable Trust, the competition was held virtually on December 17-18 with 42 participating teams. The winning team members are Ashutosh Pandey, Prashamsa Ghimire and…

MCMUN Committee welcomes new members

The new members of the MCMUN Committee for the next tenure were announced on the 12th of November. The newly appointed members are: Prashamsa Ghimire – 3rd Semester Priya Lamichchane – 3rd Semester Anish Pokharel- 1st Semester Pourakh Subedi- 1st Semester Sadin Karki – 3rd Semester The re-elected advisory members from the previous tenure are:…