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…

A Moment With Debators As Interlocuter

Legal Humming in collaboration with Arka Jain University in Collaboration with Lex Acharya India organized an international debate competition. The debate competition was divided into two halves. The first part was held on July 12th, 2021. Miss Sophiya Phuyal (4th semester) and Miss Pujan Gajurel (4th semester) from National Law College participated in the first…

AN INTERVIEW WITH THE DEBATORS

Legal Humming in collaboration with Arka Jain University in Collaboration with Lex Acharya India organized an international debate competition .The debate competition was categorised into two parts.The first part was held on July 12th,2021.Miss Sophiya Phuyal and Miss Pujan Gajurel from National law college took part in the first part and were awarded as first…

A Report on UNDP-WPS Project: Panel Discussion

Mallika Ojha, Editor National Law College (NaLC), in collaboration with United Nations Development Program (UNDP) has been conducting a project that focuses on the agenda Women Peace and Security (WPS). The aim of this project mainly is protection, and participation in building peace and security to women around the nation. The crucial part of this…

Call for papers

Lloyd Law College, Greater Noida publishes a biannual journal, ISSN peer-reviewed (ISSN: 2394- 899X) publication of Lloyd Law College. The Editorial Committee of “Lloydians” invites articles from students pursuing law from recognized law schools, colleges and institutes across the country. The theme selected for the present issue of Lloydians is “Right to Health and Human Rights during Pandemic”. Considering…

नवयुग

–नारायणी खड्का तिमी त केवल कोरा कागज थियौ बुझेर नै तिम्रो प्रकृति बिचमा एउटा धागो बाँधेर मैले तिमीलाई चंगा बनाईदिएँ तिमी त जागेरै सपना देख्थ्यौ सपनाहरूको खातबिच मुस्कुराइरह्यौ सपनाकै तातो छटपटिले केहि रापियौ नआत्तिनु तिमी.. त्यहि सपनाहरुको बिचमा थाहै नहुने गरि म एउटा अगुल्टो राखेर सपनाहरुले नै छोपिदिनेछु सानो झिल्को र फिलिंगो हुँदै तिमि अब…

The Prospect Of Human Behavior

-Dipesh Jnawali  As a kid, I used to get excited about little things. The joy I experienced just thinking of the things I was doing or going to do was something undefinable. This most probably shows that I kept a lot of expectations. And when I failed to live up to my expectations, there was…

Let’s Break the Shush

-Shristika Bajracharya Periods the pain that every girl knows,  The pain that makes her roll, The pain more painful than a heart attack or punching a wall,  The painthat makes her moods swings, The pain which separates her from her family But,all she needs is love. Our society has always been surrounded by taboos and…

A Report On 1st National- Level Conclave on Tort

1st National- Level Conclave on Tort DAY 1: Opening Ceremony 6t h June 2021| 23thJestha 2078 |Thursday Time: 3:30 p.m. Rapporteur :SwostiSigdel, Dipa Rai OVERVIEW National Law College in collaboration with Center for Rule of Law-Nepal  organized the first National Conclave on the Law of Torts with an aim to promote discourse on the newer…

AN INTERVIEW WITH THE PICTEISTS: JEAN-PICTET, 35TH EDITION

The Jean-Pictet Competition is a training event in for students representing a university or a comparable institution in teams of three persons. The selected teams, usually from the five continents, receive a remote training in international humanitarian law in the months leading to the Competition.

Sneak Peek of the Experience Sharing Program

-Priya Lamichhane As the Arabian proverb states, the tongue of experience utters the most truth, Moot Court and Model United Nations (MCMUN) Committee organised an experience sharing program on Saturday i.e. 8th May 2021. The program was conducted using a Google meet, moderated by Mr. Anish Pokharel whereas the recording was circulated among the students…

A beirf outlook of Client Counselling Competition

Ruby Shrestha, Editor On the 3rd May 2021, the Oratory and Event management committee(OEMC) Client Counseling Competition. This was the second client counseling competition organized by the OEMC but the newly introduced platform was a virtual medium due to this global pandemic. The program had two rounds. The preliminary round was conducted with 8 participating…

My internship at Civil Law and Human Rights Research Centre, NaLC

-Dikshya Adhikari, 6th Semester BALLB I worked as an intern at Civil Law and Human Rights Research Center (CLHRRC), National Law College (NaLC) from January 2020 till February 2021. The internship opportunity I had, with CLHRRC, NaLC was a grand chance for learning and professional development. The director and deputy director of the center gave…

“ROLE OF MEDIA DURING WAR”

Press or media as we call it, is simply considered a channel of communication, expression and entertainment. All the information we obtain is through the media, hence, the roles of media is vital when so much is happening in the world. Media plays even bigger role during the time of war. War
times are delicate, country and its people suffer, innocents get hurt and there is chaos everywhere. In such time, media should be able to play a positive role and become the beam of hope that everyone seeks for, by showing people the right picture; giving them right information.

Taking care of our mental wellbeing amidst the pandemic

Just as we were on the verge of slowly getting our lives back to normal and away from the virus, once again the virus struck us and this time even harder than before. The virus is back with a new double mutant variant and we are back to another phase of lockdown. Nothing has been easy since the virus was detected. Among us are the ones who have courageously fought the virus, who are forced to halt their work and education because of the virus, who have seen their loved ones suffer or even worse; have lost their loved ones because of the virus. It’s a very difficult situation for all of us.

Covid impact on education and mental health of students in Nepal

The pandemic has also brought extraordinary stress to college students. As the country was in lockdown and people were quarantined inside their house and struggling due to the pandemic, students on the other hand were struggling from both the pandemic and their studies due to the dramatic change in the education system, with the distinctive rise of e-learning which left students into chaos. Universities students of higher studies were in a big dilemma whether their study will be completed in the allotted time or not.

बटरफ्लाई

उ बिल्कुल उस्तै थिइ जस्तो मैले उसलाई अन्तिम पटक देखेकि थिए,त्यही थोत्रो पहेलो घागर, कपाल काटेर मुडुल्लो भएको टाउको अनि ठुला तर रित्ता निर्जिब अाँखाहरु।