VISAKHAPATNAM: The team of Damodaram Sanjivayya National Law University (DSNLU) comprising Nidhi Singh, Roselin Sara Alex and Amiya Kumar Pati, won the best prize for the first DV Subba Rao Memorial Moot Court (DVSRMMC) competition, concluded at the university premises here Sunday. Amiya Kumar Pati was also adjudged the best speaker for the final round. The runners-up were a Hyderabad-based team from Pendekanti College of Law comprising Pawan Tanay Nag, Pramod Maligi and Anshul Agarwal.
According to a release, Prasanna Swaminathan from DSNLU, Visakhapatnam, and Sindhura Thadi from NVP Law College, Visakhapatnam, bagged the best speakers prize for male and female respectively in preliminary rounds. The best researcher prize was won by G Sandhya from NBM Law College, Visakhapatnam. Justices CV Nagarjuna Reddy and Challa Kodandaram of the High Court of Judicature in Hyderabad, the chief guests at the valedictory function, gave away the awards to the winners and the runners-up. The chief guests remembered late DV Subba Rao as a symbol of simplicity despite his great repute. They felt that people should not only work for themselves but also for the betterment of society as it is in need of social doctors to get rid of the ills that are plaguing it. They emphasised the fact that people should first change and then expect others to follow suit. The first DVSRMMC competition started off with great expectations and zeal, turning into a great success with various regional teams showing immense interest in participating in the competition. After the preliminary rounds held at the DSNLU on Saturday, the finals were conducted at Waltair Club Sunday. The panel for the finals consisted of justices CV Nagarjuna Reddy and Challa Kodandaram. The valedictory session was presided over by DSNLU vice-chancellor RGB Bhagavath Kumar. Noted advocate and organiser DV Somayajulu along with university in-charge registrar Dayananda Murthy were present.