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Marathwada Mitra Mandal’s Shankarrao Chavan Law Colleg, Pune, organized Educational Tour from 23 to 28 Nov 2017 to visit Supreme Court and Parliament, total 42 students & 3 In-charge Faculties Dr. Vikas Bhatnagar, Asst Prof. Swapnil Sagane & Asst Prof. Leena Indise coordinated that wonderful educational trip.

Our students visited many historical places of delhi like Red fort, Qutub Minar, Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Museum, Indira Gandhi Memorial Museum and got many unknown information from tourist guide & enrich their knowledge.

All law students along with faculty visited the apex court of country that is Supreme court delhi, they interact with senior Advocates of Supreme Court and understood the proceeding of supreme court from them, they also visited Supreme court museum where students seen original judgments of many landmark cases about which they only heard like Keshvanand Bharti case, M.C.Mehta v. U.O.I, S. R. Bommai v. U.O.I, Vishakha v. State of Rajasthan, Indira Gandhi v. Raj Naraiyan, etc. In Supreme Court museum one special show organized for our student that was film on Making of Indian Constitution. After that Supreme Court visit all students felt very proud to be part of such dignified legal profession. They also visited Parliament and attained one session of Loksabha & seen proceeding of Parliament, in Delhi our student also visited some religious worship places like Birla Temple , Lotus Temple and taken bless. After delhi our students visited Pink city Jaipur of Rajasthan, seen beautiful city palace, Amer Fort & local sight seen. Our students also visited one of the seven wonder of world i.e. Taj Mahal of Agra and during returning visited birth place of lord shri Krishna that is Gokul and Mathura.Students enjoyed very much that educational tour of north India & that become one of the memorable trip of students.