Club & Associations


Cultural Committee
Efficiently incorporating the various art forms, which have flown down from the rich heritage of our country, in the hectic schedule of a law student, is the Cultural Committee headed by Smt. DeepaliMukhyopadyay. In this regard the committee provides a platform to all the students to improve and showcase their talent in various art forms. Singing, dancing, drama, sketching, rangoli, mehendietc are some of such areas which encourage the students to exhibit themselves.

Zonal Youth Festival 2014, organized by Karnataka State Law University at Al-Ameen College of Law, Bangalore on 30th and 31st of October 2014.

  1. Anuradha Bhat I Prize, Hindustani, Light Music.
  2. SowmyaShanu, I Prize Cartooning.
  3. Prerana Raj Mohan, II Prize, Painting

Literary Committee
The Literary committee aims to kindle the spark among and hone the writing skills of, the students in more ways than one. It provides a platform for to the students to satiate their thirst for knowledge as well as to disseminate the same the same among their peers in diverse ways. To take these aspirations to their logical end, the committee undertakes several initiatives periodically. Debates, Essay-writing competitions, creative writing, pick and speak, spell- bee etc. are some such endeavours that engage the students to contribute their might to enrich the academic environment laced with necessary co-curricular flavour.


  • FIFTH YR. students have won Quiz Competition   conducted by KLE Law College.
  • Fourth Year Students have won Allianze Quiz Competition.
  • 3RD YR. Student won third place in LAHARI MOOT COMPETITION

Moot Court Committee
Mooting is an effective activity which gives law students an insider’s perspective of how legal practice works.Executing a moot court develops a student’slogical thinking, public speaking and gain a practical knowledge of the legal system. It is important to note that moot-court is not only helpful for a student’s future practiceat the Bar, it also helps the law student to develop the skills of organization, gain confidence, increase clarity of oral expression etc., These qualities are appreciated  in every field. 

The Mooters’ Society in BILS, headed by Prof. Usha Prakash, aims at training the students with an attitude to win each and every case. In this regard, training is given to the students in the areas of drafting, presentation, and oral arguments.

Panel Selection for Moot Court participation:
The Moot Court Society conducts ‘The PanelMoot Court Competition’annually for selecting the students to form the Panel of Mooters. Intensive training is given to students who are in the Panel and are encouraged to participate in the National and International Moot Court Competitions

N.S.S Committee

Plantation programme by NSS Cell, BILS.
In correspondence to the various activities to be conducted under National Service Scheme, Bangalore Institute of Legal Studies, NSS Cell, on 01st of October, 2014, conducted Blood Donation Camp in association with Rastrothana Blood Bank, Bangalore.

The Blood Donation Camp was taken up in the presence of Shri. N B Bhat, Dean BILS and Vice President BHS HES, Smt. Dr. Sapna S, Principal, the Teaching and Non Teaching Staff and the NSS Voluntaries of BILS. A total of 56 units were donated

Plantation programme by NSS Cell, BILS
On the 26th of August 2014, the NSS Voluntaries dug the pits for planting of saplings, and on 27th of August 2014 the Plantation Activity was taken up in the presence of Shri. N B Bhat, Dean BILS and Vice President BHS HES, Smt. Sapna S, Principal, BILS, Sri. R K. Chandranath, HOD, Botany Department, Vijaya Degree College, Bangalore, the Teaching and Non Teaching Staff and the NSS Voluntaries of BILS.



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