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IMA Lecture

As part of the National Law Day celebration 2019, Mr. Mridul Dadhich delivered a talk on ‘Leadership & Motivation’ to students of Indore Institute of Law. It was an enlightening session for students who learned the importance of #discipline in life for self-motivation and achieving success.
An Intra Batch Judgement Writing competition was also organized by the Legal Aid Society. 46 students from various batches attempted writing Judgements for civil cases. Prof. Rehman from GLC, Indore and Mr. Justice Pataria (retd.) presided over the event.

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Date Day Venue Guest
15th November 2017 Wednesday Indore Institute of Law Dr. Claudia Winkler

On 15th November 2017, Indore Institute of Law organized an International Seminar on Negotiation on “How to be a legal Negotiator”. The guest Speaker Dr. Claudia Winkler, from Negotiation Academy, Austria Addressed the eager students and introduced them to the interesting field of Negotiation. She talked about the various fields where the law students might need negotiation as an effective tool in their career.

The entire seminar covered various aspects of negotiation like the required skills prominent in the process of negotiation, the different types of negotiations in different scenarios and the various problems that can be sorted out with negotiation. Miss Claudia efficiently captured the attention of the entire student body with her fun activities that involved the student to play roles of negotiators in a given situation. The involvement of the students in the act of negotiation was the highlight of the seminar as the student got a chance to experience the efficiently of the process.

At the end of the seminar Miss Claudia also offered the student a specialization course in negotiation, intelligently crafted and prepared by her team. This was a welcome step for the interested students to further explore the field of Negotiation.



Date Day Venue Topic
17 Dec 2015 Thursday Indore Institute of Law Cyber Law & Security

Keynote Speaker

Mr Rakshit Tandon

Director- A & R Info Security Solutions Pvt.Ltd
Consultant: Internet & Mobile Association of India

The program started in a traditional way with lighting of lamp and was followed by the floral welcome of Mr. Rakshit Tandon by Mr.Kamal Vyas Executive Director Indore Institute of Law, Indore Memento given by Mr Akshay Kanti Bam Chairman of Indore Institute of Law, Indore Mr Rakshit Tandon is a meritorious student of St. Peter’s college Agra and has completed his Master’s in Computer Science from Delhi. Director – A&R Info Security Solutions Pvt. Ltd. Consultant – Internet and Mobile Association of India.Advisor- Cyber Crime Unit, Uttar Pradesh Police, Agra. Advisor-Cyber Crime Cell, Gurgaon, Haryana Police. President- JAT (Joint Action Team) for combating Cyber Crime against Women and Children. Consultant - AIWEFA (All India Women's Education Fund Association).CEO – Tandons Solution Provider. Resource Person- BPRD Bureau for Police Research and Development, Govt of India Visiting Faculty-Lecturer at DR. B.R. Ambedkar Police Academy - Moradabad (U.P) Haryana Police Academy -Karnal, Police Radio Training School, Indore , CDTS ( Central Detective Training School) Chandigarh and Ghaziabad.Guest Lecturer at Chandigarh Judiciary Academy. He was invited by EUROPEAN COMMISSION as a Non-European Expert and a Chief Panelist for the 'Safer Internet Program of European Union' to Germany and Luxembourg in October 2010.

He was also one of the Key Speaker to IT Conference hosted by Computer Society of Nepal and Internet Society in January 2012. Invited by UNITED NATIONS- SECURITY AND SAFETY- INDIA, & European Union Delegation to India for a workshop on Digital Threats and securities among children. Invited by Australian High Commission - Cyber Safety Workshop for members. Invited by European Union Delegation to India - Cyber Safety Workshop for members. Speaker for ‘Train the Trainer’ for SAARC Convention, by Ministry of Home Affairs on Online Human Trafficking. On the Advisory Board of MHA (Ministry of Home Affairs) for the committee of Child Protection in Digital Age. Chairman of Joint Action Team (JAT) - Committee created at the Law Enforcement Workshop of Combating Crime against Women and Children.Invited by NCW (National Commission for Women) on Consultation on Cyber Crime against Women. Outstanding professional of the Year DLA Honours 2011. Awarded Gayatri Honors Award 2014. Awarded Recognitions or Services to Agra Police at the Republic Day Parade 2015. Awarded by Agra Police for Cracking a Online Fraud worth 1 Crore. CLASS I and CLASS II Commendation Certificate by Gurgaon Police.

Session –I

Mr Rakshit Tandon covered the awareness on Cyber Crime and Security and suggested Don't delete harmful communications (emails, chat logs, posts etc). These may help provide vital information about the identity of the person behind these.

  •   Try not to panic.
  •   If you feel any immediate physical danger of bodily harm, call your local police.
  •   Avoid getting into huge arguments online during chat or discussions with other users.
  •   Remember that all other internet users are strangers. You do not know who you are chatting with. So be careful and polite.
  •   Be extremely careful about how you share personal information about yourself online.
  •   Choose your chatting nickname carefully so as not to offend others.
  •   Do not share personal information in public spaces anywhere online, do not give it to strangers, including in e-mail or chat rooms. Do not use your real name or nickname as your screen name or user ID. Pick a name that is gender and age neutral. And do not post personal information as part of any user profile.
  •   Be extremely cautious about meeting online acquaintances in person. If you choose to meet, do so in a public place and take along a friend.
  •   Make sure that your ISP and Internet Relay Chart (IRC) network have an acceptable use policy that prohibits cyber-stalking. And if your network fails to respond to your complaints, consider switching to a provider that is more responsive to user complaints.
  •   If a situation online becomes hostile, log off or surf elsewhere. If a situation places you in fear, contact a local law enforcement agency.
  •   Save all communications for evidence. Do not edit or alter them in any way. Also, keep a record of your contacts with Internet System Administrators or Law Enforcement Officials.

Session –II
  •   Suggestions For Better Security: Use strong passwords. Choose passwords that are difficult or impossible to guess. Give different passwords to all other accounts.
  •   Make regular back-up of critical data. Back-up must be made at least once in each day. Larger organizations should perform a full back-up weekly and incremental back-up every day. At least once in a month the back-up media should be verified.
  •   Use virus protection software. That means three things: having it on your computer in the first place, checking daily for new virus signature updates, and then actually scanning all the files on your computer periodically.
  •   Use a firewall as a gatekeeper between your computer and the Internet. Firewalls are usually software products. They are essential for those who keep their computers online through the popular DSL and cable modem connections but they are also valuable for those who still dial in.
  •   Do not keep computers online when not in use. Either shut them off or physically disconnect them from Internet connection.
  •   Do not open e-mail attachments from strangers, regardless of how enticing the subject line or attachment may be. Be suspicious of any unexpected e-mail attachment from someone you do know because it may have been sent without that person’s knowledge from an infected machine.
  •   Regularly download security patches from your software vendors.

In the end, Mr Rakshit Tandon was available by keeping the fun part in mind; students enjoyed every bit of it. The event was a great success at Indore Institute of Law and cherished by all.


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