“Constitution Day Celebration, 2020”.

National Law University Odisha

Constitution Day Celebration, 2020

 Panel Discussion on “Taking Fundamental Duties seriously”

Presidential Address


Hon’ble Mr. Justice Mohammed Rafiq, Chief Justice Orissa High Court.

26th November 2020

As part of UGC- Ministry of Education yearlong Constitution Day Celebration, 2019-20

To mark the anniversary of the adoption of India’s Constitution on Nov. 26, 1949, in 2015 the Government of India decided to observe 26th November as ‘Constitution Day’ or Samvidhan Diwas. 

This year 'Constitution Day' is a part of year-long nationwide celebrations starting from 26th Nov. 2019  till 26th Nov. 2020 during which a number of activities with special emphasis on Fundamental Duties have been planned by UGC-Ministry of Education and Department of Justice, Government of India throughout the year with the active participation of HEIs. [For details refer to:]

UGC-Ministry of Education has nominated National Law University Odisha as the State Coordinator for the State of Odisha.

To mark the culmination of the yearlong celebration, the National Law University Odisha is organising Constitution Day Celebration in the form of Penal Discussion on “Taking Fundamental duties seriously.”

The programme is scheduled on 26th November 2020 from 05:00- 06:00 P.M. and it would be graced by Hon’ble Mr. Justice Mohammed Rafiq, Chief Justice Orissa High Court who will deliver the presidential address. Alongside Chief Justice, other esteemed panellists include Prof. (Dr.) Krishan Mahajan, Senior Advocate, Supreme Court of India and Prof. Sachhidanandam, Senior Professor of Law and former Vice-Chancellor, Tamil Nadu State Law University Chennai

Academicians, practitioners and students from are invited to join the panel discussion.

Event information:

Event address for the attendees:-

Event Number:    176 041 8376

Event password:  CONSTI2020




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