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GLS Voice April 2014 - Gujarat Law Society
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Date of publication : 7th of every month.
News for GLS students, staff, alumni and friends
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Volume 6 Issue 4
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THE GRANDIOSE
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Spring @
GLS EMPS
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GLIMPSES OF THE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
Editor: Dr. Bhalchandra H Joshi
APRIL 2014
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
s a part of its Diamond
Jubilee Celebrations,
Smt. Laxmiben & Shri
Chimanlal Mehta Arts College
is proud to host the 49th
National and 18th International
Conference of Indian Academy
of Applied Psychology (IAAP)
from March 1 to 3, 2014. The
main theme of the conference
was “Psychology for Holistic
Living in Global World”. The
conference
received
an
overwhelming response from
academicians and students and
about 850 delegates from 16
states across the country and 4
countries across the globe
participated in this mega event.
About 585 research papers were
presented. The highlights of this
conference were three special
guest lectures on the emerging
fields of psychology- Forensic
Psychology,
Military
Psychology and Railway
Psychology.
The inaugural ceremony
was held at Gujarat University
Convention Hall.
Shri Sudhir Nanavati,
Executive Vice-President, GLS
welcomed the dignitaries and
the participants and expressed
his pleasure in the organizing of
such a gala event. He said,
“Every achievement starts with
a dream”. He also informed
everyone
present
about
AT L&C MEHTA ARTS COLLEGE
educational achievements of
GLS. He further felicitated the
newly
appointed
ViceChancellor Dr. M.N. Patel.
The Vice-Chancellor Dr.
M.N. Patel congratulated GLS
and L & C Mehta Arts College
for hosting such an impressive
event and expressed his joy to
be a part of it as his first official
academic function.
Brig. Kartar Singh, Pro-VC,
University
of
Patanjali,
Haridwar was the Guest of
Honour.
He
connected
psychology with philosophy
and his presentation focussed
on three aspects of life material,
emotional
and
spiritual.
Dr. Ravi Gunthe, President,
IAAP,
and
Prof.
JNV
University, Jodhpur, spoke
about the Role of a Psychologist
in Special Education. He made
a power-point presentation to
show how differently-abled
children can be empowered by
providing them with an
inclusive education.
The annual report of IAAP
was presented by Dr. L.R.
Yagnik, Secretary, IAAP.
The Key-note address was
given by Dr. C.N. Daftuar,
Retd. Prof. of Psychology, MS
University, Baroda. The theme
of his speech was “A Theory of
‘No Personality Type’- Holistic
shri sudhir nanavati, executive vice-president, gls, dr. b. h.
joshi, registrar, gls, dr. geeta mehta, principal i/c, l&C mehta
arts college and the dignitaries lighting the ceremonial
lamp
The dignitaries unveiling iaap’s book “prof. s. sultan akhtar tributes and remembrances”
Approach to Understand
Personality Profiles”. He talked
about the pros and cons of
merging personality types.
The chief guest of the
conference,
Guruji
Shri
Narayan,
Director
of
Companies as well as a
Spiritual Trainer, used humor
and analogies to throw light on
principal human values like
love, compassion, service,
responsibility and trust, which
are necessary for holistic
living.
Dr. Navin Patel, Organising
Secretary of the conference,
and Head, Dept. Of Psychology
at L & C College, proposed the
vote of thanks.
A Day with a Difference: SMPICITES earn ACCOLADES...
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ALLUMNI MEET AND
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S
MPIC celebrated its
15thAnnual
Prize
Distribution Function and
Farewell
Function
for
T.Y.B.com students on 22nd
March 2014. SMPIC Released
its 13th issue of Prism in the
same function. The Chief guest
of the function was Shri. Piyush
Desai, Chairman & Managing
Director, Wagh Bakri Group
and Shri Sudhir Nanavati,
Executive Vice President , GLS
presided over the function. Shri
Piyush Desai talked about the
formula for success in corporate
world and how Wagh Bakri as a
brand came into being. He also
asked the students to make their
contribution in eradicating
From L TO R: CA M.E.JOKHI, PRIN.DR.ASHWIN PUROHIT, SHRI SUDHIR
NANAVATI, EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT, GLS AND CHIEF GUEST OF THE
FUNCTION MR. PIYUSH DESAI, CHAIRMAN & MANAGING DIRECTOR ,
WAGH BAKRI GROUP.
corruption at every stage of life
and advised them not to be
lured by seeking a shortcut to
success in the form of offering
bribe of any sort. Shri Sudhir
Nanavati
praised
and
congratulated the achievers of
Academic and Para academic
activities and motivated the
final year students to be
successful by being industrious
and leading an ethical life. Shri
Piyush Desai was amazed by
the various activities conducted
by
the
institute
and
spontaneously donated 25 lacs
to the corpus fund the interest
of which to be used for different
student activities. Shri Sudhir
Nanavati added Rs. 10 lacs to
the same fund. The annual
function was followed by
Farewell function for the final
year students. A live band
played heart-warming tunes of
past and present. The students
enjoyed the music and ambience
at GLS lawn which was
followed by dinner. Overall,
everyone parted on a positive
note with a sense of pride and
satisfaction.
APRIL 2014
Hasya Kavi
Sammelan
2
GLS (i & rKD) iCA TOPPERS
GLS (J. P. Shah) IBA TOPPERS
SEM 1 rankers
From left to right:
Abhishek (2nd), Nazma(1st), Nidhi(5th), Dr. Shefali Dani,
Mariya(6th), Zehra(3rd), Hozefa(8th), Faiza(10th)
The rankers in the top 50
Magnani Ajay Mahesh (17th), Vyas Niluseeta Hemant (19th ), Thacker Manan
Subhash (21st ), Sodha Krutharth Ashokbhai (21st ), Shah Sagun Sunilbhai (24th),
Sephekolo Lisa Olorato S (25th ), Paudel Ajitkumar Parasdev (26th ), Padhariya
Shailesh Dhanjibhai (27th ), Daxini Axit Atulbhai (29th )
G
LS
Social
Group
organized ‘Hasya Kavi
Sammelan’ on 29th
March, 2014 at GLS Lawn
which drew loud applause
amongst a captivated audience.
Five poets coming from
different parts of the country,
Shri Sandeep Sharma, Shri
Parth Navin, Shri Ashok
Charan, Shri Rakesh Sharma
and Shri Dharmendra Soni
entertained the audience with
the blend of comedy, parody
and illuminating poetry. Blend
of humour and satire of the
poets kept the crowd in high
spirits and made the evening
entertaining and enlightening.
SEM 1 rankers
From left to right:
(SHETTY ADITYA VITTAL (RANK 8), SHAIKH TAHURA ABDULMAJID (RANK
2), SHRI. R.P. SONI, PROF. TRIPTI DODIYA, GOSWAMI VIJAYKUMAR SUBHAS
CHANDRA (RANK 7), GURJAR SUMERSINGH HARIKISHANSINGH (RANK 3))
The rankers in the top 50
Patel Krushiva Amarishbhai (11), Borikar Daxesh Vinodbhai (11), Shah Avish
Shitalkumar (13), Vachheta Shilpa Babubhai (14), Maleksipai Apsin Sayeedahemad
(16), Memon Renisha Rafikbhai (18), Kakadiya Hardikbhai Bhanubhai (19), Patel
Krishna Trushar (21), Shah Valay Yogesh (22), Dhanotiya Sandeep Rajmalji (23),
Patel Bhumi Sushilbhai (24), Aasofwala Nasrinbanu Aarifbhai (25), Chaudhary
Akshaykumar Jagdishbhai (26), Solanki Hitendrasinh Rameshsinh (29), Patel Ansh
Vireshbhai (30)
Sem 3 Rankers
From left to right:
Shahbaz(2nd), Sidharth(3rd), Dr. Shefali Dani, Dhruvi(9th),
Bansari(10th), Vandana(3rd)
The Rankers In The Top 50
Shah Mihir D (13th ), Patel Neha P (14th ), Shah Heli M (13th), Dhaneshwari
Sapna (17th ), Tharwani Jay (18th ) Sanghvi Pashwa (19th ) Dave Rucha (19th )
Bharadiya Shivanshi (19th ) Prajapati Kundan R (21st ) Zala Jayshree (22nd )
Jain Tushar (22nd ), Ansari Ruksarbanu (22nd ), Shah Anushri (24th ),Shah
Aayusha (26th ) Mehta Nirjari(26th) Lakhwani Divya (26th )Dubey Ravi (26th )
Dave Paras (26th )
SEM 3 rankers
From left to right:
(MOTWANI SWEETY OMPRAKASH (RANK 9), PATEL VRUNDA KETANKUMAR
(RANK 6), SHAH DEVANSHI DILIPKUMAR (RANK 7), SHRI. R.P. SONI, PROF.
TRIPTI DODIYA, SHAIKH AMRINBANU YUSUFBHAI (RANK 3), VARIYANI
DIVYA GHANSHYAMDAS (RANK 6), PARMAR RASHMIBEN JAYANTILAL
(RANK 6))
The rankers in the top 50
Volume: 6, Issue: IV
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President, GLS
Deepak Navnitlal Parikh
Honorary Secretary, GLS
Devang Nanavati
Publisher & Editor-in-chief
Dr Bhalchandra Joshi
(Registrar, GLS)
Managing Editor
Dr. Avani Desai
Editorial Board
Aashal Bhatt
Dharini Patel
Dipalee Atre
Dr. Jean Dsouza
Kalpesh Jani
Dr. Kavita Patel
Kruti Paritosh
Marzun Jokhi
Nirja Vasavada
Dr. Jayesh Mandanka
Vineeta Gangal
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Shah Parth Vasantkumar (12), Vaghasiya Karishma Nareshkumar (16), Adtani
Poonam Bhojrajbhai (18), Chaudhari Aakashkumar Rajubhai (19), Jain Shreya
Vinodkumar (25), Khunt Shubhamkumar Sukhdevbhai (27), Shaikh Farheen
Mohammediqbal (28), Shah Poojaben Navinchandra (29), Jain Dipsi Niranjankumar
(29), Gohil Manojkumar Tulasheebhai (29), Dudhara Sachin Rajesh (29)
Sem 5 Rankers
From left to right:
Chandani(4th), Umayma(8th), Niraj(10th), Raeez(5th), Dr. Shefali Dani,
Purva(2nd), Monica(3rd), Avni(6th), Lalit(7th)
The rankers in the top 50
Ghiya Rajvi U (11th), Gajera Krishna (12th) Patel Hirali (17th), Mehta Chirag
(17th), Shah Krupa (18th), Kriplani Deepak (19th), Shah Shraddha (19th), Pavar
Ranjeet (21st ), Shah Riya (22nd ) Ghime Ankita (22nd), Shah Jay (23rd), Hareja
Tushal (23rd) Patel Vishal (23rd) Patel Vishnu (26th) Sharma Ajit (27th ) Patel
Sunita (28th)Vaghela Hetal P (29th)
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SEM V rankers
From left to right:
(JAIN SHALU PRAKASHCHAND (RANK 8), BHANSALI SANJAYKUMAR
BHANVARLAL (RANK 3), SHRI. R.P. SONI, PROF. TRIPTI DODIYA, DEWANI
KAJAL JAGDISH (RANK 1), AKHANI KINJALBEN GHANSHYAMBHAI (RANK
6), JADAWALA SHRADDHA JAGDIPBHAI (RANK 4))
The rankers in the top 50
Pathan Sajedabanu Sharumiya (12), Patel Kena Kalpesh (12), Patel Poojaben
Bharatbhai (13), Parikh Heli Vijay(16), Nai Samir Chimanbhai (17), Modi Parth
Shaileshbhai (19), Ruchwani Dipesh Chanderkumar (20), Gandhi Sarjak
Devendrakumar (21), Amkar Tushar Harishbhai (21), Christian Joliph Philipbhai
(22), Shah Foram Anilkumar (23), Pujara Akash Bharatkumar (24), Tuteja
Charanjeet Indrajeet (25), Shah Maitri Anilkumar (25), Patel Ripal Ghanshyambhai
(26), Agrawal Subham Maheshbhai (27), Chudasama Chirag Vinodkumar (30),
Vaniya Zakiya Arifbhai (31), Patel Konami Rakeshbhai (31), Mansuri Misbah
Ismailbhai (32)
APRIL 2014
3
SMPIC TOPPERS
NRBBA TOPPERS
Sem-V
Roshni Manglani (14), Anil
Narwani(17), Punam Rathod (28)
CU SHAH CITY COMMERCE COLLEGE
B.com Sem-I
Ratnani Asif S. 43rd Rank
M.Com Sem-I
B.Com.Sem-1 Rankers
From left to right:
JAGETIA SHUBHAM (1), BAGGA JASLINKAUR (2), Prin. Dr. a.a.Purohit,
TRIVEDI KRISHNA(6), ASHAR SWEETY (7), SHAH SHWETA (8), MEHTA
DEVANSHI (8)
The rankers in the top 50
Shah Akshat Mukesh(11), Jain Elisha Sanjaykumar(11), Keswani Bharty
Rajkumar(13), Raja Keyur Anishbhai(15)
Padariya Devika G. 46th Rank
Sem-1 Rankers
FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: ANUSHKA
LUNIA (9), DHRUMIL SHAH (8),
KUNAL DEV (7), NAUSHAD AVADIA
(4) AND MAHAN RATHOD (3) with
Dr. AVANI DESAI.
The rankers in the top 50
Manali Shah (14), Binjal Shah(19),
Dharmesh Ganatra(20), Anushree
Malu(21), Vishva Shah (23), Meet
Adesra (23), Mohammad Hasnain
Sheikh(24), Nidhi Khandelwal (25),
Sudesh Shah (26), Rashmi Pillai (27),
Abhilash Tanna(28), Urmi Parikh (29),
Saumya Shah(30), Priya Prajapati (31)
BD ARTS TOPPERS
B. A. Sem-1
Sharma Pooja 25th Rank
Sem-3 Rankers
CU SHAH CITY ARTS COLLEGE
From Left to right :
Youvrajsingh Jadeja (1) and
Bhavin Patel (9) with Dr. Avani
Desai
M.A. Sem 3-Psychology
Rakhi Sharma 14th Rank
Vanita Solanki 30th Rank
The rankers in the top 50
T.Y.B.A. Sem-5 Psychology
Sahil Minsariya (11), Annie Sidhnani
(12), Rujuta Satta (15), Priyal Rajani
(17), Khushbu Mali (20), Hussain
Arsiwala (21), Vinod Hirani (22),
Chinmay Shastri (24), Ajay Purohit (26)
Rajesh Soheliya 22nd Rank
Jayesh Rathod 32nd Rank
HACC TOPPERS
MCom sem 1 Rankers
smt. SADGUNA c.u. aRTS fOR gIRLS TOPPERS
Jhala Zinal, Chavda Bavini, Makwana
Dixita, Patel Vishnu, Sharma Komal,
Shah Jinal.
Mcom sem 3 rankers
B.Com.Sem-3 Rankers
Tantia Alok (21), Vadhvana Sejal (31),
Joshi Dhenuka (34)
From left to right:
RAMSINGHANI PINKY (1), YADAV PRIYANKA (2), SHAHANI MANISHA (4),
Prin. Dr. a.a.Purohit, SHETHWALA SALOMI (5), ASSUDANI KAJAL (6),
SHARMA RAVI (6), SHARMA RAVI (10), BAXANI HARSHA (10)
GLS (M. R. PARIKH) IC
TOPPERS
The rankers in the top 50
Adwani Jyoti (13), Jain Ritul(14), Shah Rushabh (16), Agrawal Nisha (18), Vejani
Krupa (20), Vasa Kushal (20), Iyer Sanjana (20), Kapasi Malvika (21).
B.A.Sem-5 - SOCIOLOGY Rankers
From left to right:
BRAHMANIYA SHIKHA HARISHKUMAR (4), PRIN. Dr. SUHAS D. JHALA,
KHOKHAR AMRINBANU VILAYATHUSSAIN (7)
The rankers in the top 50
Parmar Sangita Bipinbhai (13), Patel Divya Rameshbhai (37), Malek Rubinabibi
Manjoorhusen (48)
B.A.Sem-3 - ENGLISH Ranker in the top 50
pRIN. j. r. tRIVEDI & tOPPERS
Gupta Babita Ramcharan (37)
B.Com.Sem-5 Rankers
From left to right:
MEHTA KHYATI (7), Prin. Dr. a.a.Purohit, JAIN SONAL (7), PANDEY
SONAL (10)
The rankers in the top 50
Sarawagi Sachin (12), Shah Parth (16), Shah Mokshesh (17), Dedhiya Vishal (17).
M.Com.Sem-1 Rankers
From left to right:
DHOOT ANKUR (3) Prin. Dr. a.a.Purohit, OZA KRISHNA(5)
The rankers in the top 50
Parikh Parjani R. (18), Purohit Reema V (19), Goyal Dhiraj S. (20), Soni Durgesh
D. (22).
M.Com.Sem-3 Rankers in the top 50
SHAH SHRADDHA JAGDISHBHAI (12), SARDAR HIMANI HARPALSINGH (12),
PATEL PALAK BIPINBHAI (14), LAKHWANI BHARAT RAMCHAND (15), SONI
KINJAL VIJAYKUMAR (16), PATEL JYOTI JAYANTILAL(16), DEORA ADITYA
PRADIP (16), VOHERA RAHUL RAMESHKUMAR (17).
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B.Com Sem I
GLS(MRP)IC FACULTY ACHIEVEMENT
t is a matter of great pleasure
and pride for GLS IC to
share that Prof. Tushar
Raval, Dept. of English,
presented a research paper on
‘Professional Development And
Self-reflection As Part Of
Education And Training: A
Holistic View’ on 1st March,
2014, in the International
Conference jointly organized
by GLS (Smt. L & C Mehta)
Arts College, Dept. of
Psychology
and
Indian
Academy
of
Applied
Psychology. Around 800
Katra Jaya Sureshkumar(10),
B.Com Sem III
delegates across the world took
part in this International
Conference. Prof. Tushar Raval
jointly presented a research
paper with Prof. Mayur Agravat
which was examined by Dr.
Kamlesh Singh, IIT Delhi, &
others. His research paper was
selected as the ‘Best Paper in
Scientific Session’.
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B.Com Sem V
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Jignesh (2)
Mirchandani
Anjali Vasudev
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APRIL 2014
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Events & ACHIEVEMENTS
C. U. Shah Primary school
THE GRANDIOSE FIESTA
C
. U. Shah
Primary
school commemorated
its Golden Jubilee year
through the epic celebration
of
‘Landmark’.
This
programme was staged by an
overwhelming participation of
425 students who rocked the
stage with their scintillating
performances.
The depicted performances
varied in aspects such as
Values, the portrayal of the
success story of the Cricket
Prodigy - Sachin Tendulkar,
contemporary art form of
Puppetry, the Marvel branch
of Science & Technology –
Robotics, advertisements, etc. A
blend of modern trend with a
touch of Indian culture was
savoured by the presentation
of Shri Chirag Mahida-An
Internationally
acclaimed
traditional
artist. The
celebration also had nostalgic
moments of an alumni
performance accompanied by
their thanksgiving speeches.
The program was graced
by Hon’ble Shri Sudhir
Nanavati, (Hon’ble
Vice-
President-GLS); Smt Minal
Shah (Daughter of Late Shri
C. U. Shah), Shri Rohit Shah,
(Trustee G.L.S.) & other
eminent personalities from the
field of Art and Literature,
Performing
Arts, Social
Organisations & Media.
GLS CUSHAH PREPARATORY SCHOOL
At Sci.fair our Exe.V.P.SIN keenly observing the project
volcano eruptions our young one showing how lava
overflows
Master Jinal N. in “Britannia” Conquest I. Q. Olympiad. More
than 120 students of our institution took part in “Quiz
contest”, has been organized from New Delhi
Tirth R. Mehta again won the
first prize and a trophy in
Chess Comp... Kudos to him
APRIL 2014
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Events
Spring @ GLS EMPS
As the spring commences in the month of February nature adorns its most glamorous form and the humans’ heart, hand and head fountain creativity and
activity. The students went bouncy with events like sports, picnic and ‘Naad Setu’ in the campus. Here’s the pictorial tour of the beautiful month.
NR PRIMARY SCHOOL
Let’s Know More About Our Feathered
Friends Birds
A Step towards Healthy Nation
N
O
ur day begins with the
chirping and melodious
sounds of the birds
around us. To acquaint the
children with the habits,
characteristics, food of our
avian friends N.R. Primary
School organized a novel show
on BIRDS in G.L.S auditorium.
Dr. Ketan Tatu a senior scientist
at Gujarat Ecological Education
Research Foundation and chief
editor of a wetland related
Magazine Jalaplavit. He gave a
lot of information along with
the slides. Children interacted
asking different questions
about migration of birds, their
nesting, the sounds for their
mates, the food they eat etc.
Children learnt names of
different birds & pledged to
take care of these awesome
feathered friends.
.R. Primary School
celebrated nutrition week
to inculcate good food
habits among children. They
were asked to bring nutritious
food like sprouted pulses, salad,
fruits & steamed food from home
in their lunch box. The first day
of the week was a power point
presentation along with lecture
on how to keep oneself fit &
healthy was given by Rajan Dalal
– honorary secretary, gymnasium,
Aerobics and fitness Association
(Gujarat). He explained about
nutritional value of food. He gave
the calorie chart showing which
food contains how many calories.
He advised not to eat fast food as
it is calorie rich food. Instead he
advised to take nutritious rich
food. He also added that exercise
is equally important for
absorption of this food and
reducing obesity.
Lastly he gave daily diet chart
to the children which emphasized
on what to eat and what not to
eat. Right from their wake up
time up to their bed time, he
suggested students to have food
at least 5 times a day.
Healthy mind dwells in a
healthy body. Hence it is very
important to remain healthy by
taking appropriate nutritous food.
GLIMPSES OF THE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
APRIL 2014
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THE 49TH NATIONAL AND 18TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE OF APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY (IAAP) HOSTED BY SMT. L & C MEHTA ARTS COLLEGE, GLS AS A PART OF ITS
DIAMOND JUBILEE CELEBRATIONS. THE THEME OF THE CONFERENCE WAS “PSYCHOLOGY FOR HOLISITIC LIVING IN THE GLOBAL WORLD”.
T
he 49th National and 18th International Conference of Indian
Academy of Applied Psychology (IAAP) from March 1 to 3,
2014 organized by Smt L & C Mehta Arts College , was a great
success as gauged by the number of people in attendance and the
enthusiasm of the conference. The theme of the conference “Psychology
for Holistic Living in Global World” focused on several important
premises like Career Preference of Adolescents, Role of Yoga for
Emotional Wellbeing, Spirituality and Psychological Wellbeing, etc.
The conference provided a perfect opportunity for anyone interested in
learning about the various components of psychology and how it is
changing the lives of individuals, communities, and institutions
around the globe.
Pre-Conference Workshop, Symposium, Special Guest Lectures,
Workshop, Presentations, and Poster Sessions featured leading-edge
research, as well as applications of psychology in a variety of fields.
Attendees had the opportunity to discuss the latest research, insights,
and ideas, and interact with other people who focus on studying what
is best in life and how to create more of it. This conference provided a
valuable opportunity for psychology professionals from different cultural backgrounds and diverse fields to explore the global impact of
psychology as a field of practice on community and individual mental
health care.
The scientific sessions conducted confirm how the conference was
as focussed as it was diverse. All paper presenters were clear in their
desire to effect positive change for individuals and there were many
views about how this might be done. While there are no magic solutions, the coming together, the discussion, and the collaboration that
permeated this conference were certainly a source of hope and optimism about the future of helpful and effective services to human racea holistic approach.
The picture gallery speaks on its own; yet it fails to really recognize the excitement and meaning surrounding the conference.
Felicitation of Dr B. H. Joshi by Vice-chancellor Dr M. N. Patel
Dr. Pestonjee at Conference
“No person was ever honored for what he
received. Honor has been the reward for what he
gave.”
— Calvin Coolidge
T
Col Vinod Falnikar
Dr S. M Khan
Dr UddeshKumar
L&C Mehta Team
Valedictory L-R Prin Geeta Mehta, Dr Gunthe, Dr
Kaliappan, Dr G.P. Thakur, Dr. M.N Patel, Dr L. R. Yagnik
Young scientist Award
Scientific session
From L-R: Dr. Asha Srivastav, Dr. Jyotsana
Yagnik, Dr. S. L. Vaya And Dr. J. M. Vyas
at Forensic Psychology Session
Racquel Shroff, CEo Global Education Solution, Melbourne
Felicitation of Retd. Prof. Bansari Bhatt
Judges during scientific sessions
he three day invigorating conference culminated with the valedictory function held at GLS Auditorium. Dr Dwarka Prasad,
Retd. Prof. PGI, Chandigarh and Dr Kaliappan, Retd Prof. Dept.
Of Psychology University of Madras were the guests of honour. They
both lauded the efforts of the college in organizing the conference
which saw the highest participation of the delegates and the varieties
of subjects included in the conference. The Vice-chancellor of Gujarat
University Dr M. N. Patel in his address placed thrust on the need for
holding such conferences. As a final point, the Young Scientist Awards
were declared; each winner was given a prize and a certificate. Best
papers presented at the conference were also honoured. As all good
things come to an end, the three day conference also came to a happy
end bringing cheers and smiles on the faces of everyone involved.
After the conference, a special gathering was organized at the
behest of Shri Sudhir Nanavati, Executive Vice- President, GLS to
thank all those who worked very hard to make the conference a great
success. He showered praises on all present for their valuable contribution and said, “Such conferences play an important role in shaping
the future of academics and GLS has always encouraged such academic activities and will continue to do so.” At his magnanimous best,
he announced that the delegate fee of around Rs 14 lakhs is to be
deposited in the bank and the interest is to be used for sending
Professors and students of psychology to participate in conferences
and seminars. He also announced a fund of Rs 1 lakh from GLS to be
used for entertainment activities of the college.
This conference has set a benchmark in the history of not only
GLS but also the state of Gujarat.
Paper presentation
APRIL 2014
8
Intelligence Level and Creativity of Government
and Private aided School Students
This paper was awarded as the
Best Paper in the Scientific
Session of The 49th National
and
18th
International
Conference of Indian Academy
of Applied Psychology (IAAP)
organized by Smt L & C Mehta
Arts College.
The aim of present investigation
to study the level of intelligence
and
creativity
among
government and private aided
secondary school students. With
reference to the above problem
main objectives of the study
were [1] to study the level of
intelligence and creativity of
government and private aided
secondary school students. [2]
G
LS (J P Shah) Institute
of Business
Administration lifted B
R Shenoy Essay Competition
Trophy organized by City C U
Shah
Commerce
College in
the month of
January
2014.
Students
submitted
their essays
on “India’s
Demographic
Advantages”. Mariya Raja of
FYBBA and Akanksha Singh
of SYBBA won the first and
the second prizes respectively.
G
LS (J P Shah) Institute
of
Business
Administration lifted
Mahadevbhai Desai Vijaypadma
&
Karnik
Hathisingh
Vijaypadma Gujarati Vaktrutava
Spardha Trophy on 8th March
2014. This debate competition
was started by L D Arts College
in 1950. This is for the first time
To study the level of intelligence
and creativity of government
and private aided secondary
school students of both gender.
For that purpose 240 students
were selected from different
schools out of which 120 were
taken Government schools and
the remaining 120 were taken
from private school. Intelligence
test by Dr. Desai and non verbal
creativity scale by Baquer
Mehdi were used data collection.
The data was analyzed by ‘t’ test
and correlation. Results indicate
that level of intelligence and
creativity was significantly
higher among the girls student
were as boys student. It was also
found that level of intelligence
and creativity was significantly
higher among the girls student
were as boys student of
government school and also
private school. There is a no
significant correlation found in
level of intelligence and
creativity of government and
private aided secondary school
students.
Rakhi Sharma – M. A.
Student, Department of
Psychology, C. U. Shah Arts
College, Ahmedabad.
Dr. Karshan B. Chothani –
Head Department of
Psychology, C. U. Shah Arts
College, Ahmedabad.
GLS (J. P. Shah) IBA
Sir L. A. SHAH LAW College
S
ir L. A. Shah Law College
every year organizes Inter
Collegiate Moot Court
Competition in the memory of
eminent Advocate Shri I. M.
Nanavati. On 11th January 2014
the college organized Late Shri
I. M. Nanavati Inter Law
Collegiate
Moot
Court
Competition inviting all the law
colleges affiliated to the Gujarat
University. Six Law Colleges
have participated and the group
of students from all the law
S
T
he dramatics team from
GLS(J.P.Shah) IBA has
won laurels for the short
film they made on the
problems faced by the students
of the current education
system. The team two prizes
for the movie , they won the
first prize in “Vividha ’14”
organized by Christ College
that any Management College
has lifted this trophy.
Rajkot and 2nd Runners up
trophy in “Unassailable-14”
organized to S.K.Patel College
Kadi. The group comprising
of Devarsh Barbhaya, Dhairya
Thakkar, Karan Panchal,
Kuntal Master, Shirin Sheikh,
Kripa Vyas,& Azim Ajmeri,
had scripted, acted and
directed the film.
Devarsh Barbhaya and
Dhara Sardhara of FYBBA
expressed their views on
“Pravartman rajkiy vyavastha
desh na navnirman mate
Samarth chhe”. Dhara Sardhara
won the first prize in individual
section.
tudent of the College Niar
Abhilash has won the
rotating trophy and a cash
prize of Rs. 700/- by securing the
First position at Inter Collegiate
Swami Vivekanand Elocution
Competition organized by S. M.
Patel Institute of Commerce on
11th January 2014 on the subject
“The Indian Youth Today Useless or Used Less”.
He also participated at the Extempore Competition organized by
Sri Divya Jivan Sanskrutik Sangh Shivanand Ashram on 16-2-2014
and won the first prize – Cash Prize of Rs. 1001/- .
Special Lecture of Mr. Edward Alden, bernard l. schwartz
senior fellow council on foreign relations on the subject
“attracting and retaining skilled migrants and american
competitiveness, trade and immigration”
C.U.SHAH ARTS COLLEGE
Mke.
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(Ãkqðo Ãkúku. yLku yæÞûk ) TISS ykÔÞk níkk.
fku÷us íkhVÚke íku{Lkku ¾wçks nfkhkí{f
yr¼øk{ hÌkku níkkuu. fku÷usLku økwýð¥kk ytøkuLkk
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Mke.Þw.þkn fku÷usLkwt Lkk{ ExcellenceLkku
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colleges were invited to view
the Moot Court Competition.
Hon’ble Mr. Justice S. H. Vora,
Judge, High Court of Gujarat
and Hon’ble Mr. Justice G. R.
Udhwani, Judge, High Court of
Gujarat were invited as the
Judges at the above competition.
Ms. Neha Vyas, student of Sir L.
A. Shah Law College was
declared as the Second Best
Speaker of the competition and
was awarded a prize.
GLS (M. R. Parikh) IC
NAAC yufúezexuþLk
yæÞkÃkfku yLku rðãkÚkeoykuLkk Wíf]ü Ëu¾kðLke
MkÇÞku îkhk LkkUÄ ÷uðkE níke. WÃkhktík
S.yu÷.yuMk. {uLkus{uLxLkku yk fku÷usLkk
rðfkMk{kt ¾qçks MknÞkuøkkí{f yLku MkrfúÞ
hÌkku Au. suLke rðþu»k LkkUÄ Naac Peer
TeamLkk MkÇÞkuyu ÷eÄe níke. yk ÃkúrfúÞk{kt
fku÷usLkk yk[kÞo©e MktsÞ¼kE ðfe÷Lkwt
MkV¤ Lkuík]íð hÌkwt níkwt. íku{s fku-ykuzeoLkuxh
íkhefu Ãkúk.W÷qÃkeçkuLk {nuíkkyu Mkûk{ heíku fkÞo
MktÃkLLk fÞwO níkwt.
R
ushikesh Vinodbhai Patel, F.Y.B.Com student of GLS(Smt.
M.R.Parikh) Institute of Commerce won the Bronze Medal
in the 12th Hongkong International Wushu Championship.
The Competition was held at Hongkong between 17th to 22nd
March 2014.He also won the silver medal in the same competition
last year. We congratulate him for his great achievement.
APRIL 2014
9
DASHABDI UTSAV AT G. L. S. Institute of Teachers Education
GLS INSTITUTE OF TEACHERS EDUCATION CELEBRATED ITS FIRST DECADE OF GLORIOUS SUCCESS WITH DR.M.N.PATEL, VICE CHANCELLOR, GUJARAT UNIVERSITY AS THE CHIEF GUEST
AND SHRI SUDHIR NANAVATI, EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT, GLS PRESIDING OVER THE FUNCTION. DR.BHADRAYU VACHHRAJANI ADDRESSED THE AUDIENCE ON “SHIKSHAK THAVU
ETLE....” DR. MUKUL SHAH, PRO-V.C. GUJARAT UNIVERSITY AND DR.BHALCHANDRA JOSHI, REGISTRAR, GLS WERE ALSO PRESENT. THE institute LAUNCHED ITS SOUVENIR “SAFALYA”.
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APRIL 2014
10
GLS Voice Recommends…
Book
THE SUNSET CLUB
By Khushwant Singh
By Dr. Kavita Patel
T
he Sunset Club is yet
another frank and honest
offering from Khushwant
Singh, a tale of life-lived and
loved at one’s own terms. It is
the tale of three members of the
Sunset Club, namely Pandit
Preetam Sharma, Sardar Boota
Singh, and Nawab Barkatullah
Baig. The trio have been a part
of Sunset Club and friends for
more than four decades. They
are now above 80 years of age
and gather at the sunset, sit
together on a burra binch facing
the monument in the Lodhi
Gardens. They exchange
pleasantries and conversations
talking about various topics.
The book is beautifully
organized into thirteen chapters;
with each of the twelve months
of the year having a chapter to
itself. Set in picturesque Delhi,
the novel traces the life of three
octogenarians starting from
Ganatantra Divas 2009 to
Ganatantra
Divas
2010.
Khushwant Singh portrays all
his characters vibrant in life,
takes the readers through the
happenings of the country in
general ; describes the 12
months of the year (all twelve
months are portrayed with their
distinctive nature), Delhi with
all its poetic uniqueness. The
flow of stories between the
Pandit, the Nawab and the
Sardar beautifully evokes the
many moods of Delhi in
different
seasons
during
different phases of each
protagonist’s life.
The Sunset Club is a
telling commentary on an
ever changing India seen
through the eyes of the elderly.
The book is also a touching
though bold to celebrate the
experiences of being human;
of the frailties of old age and
lot many more things. Each
protagonist is fleshed out with
minute and sensitive detailing
in terms of their appearance
as well as their ideological
standpoints. All the three
character take the reader on a
rollercoaster ride filled with
laughter and silence as the
everyday
ordinary
conversations provide an
The decor is not flashy but
simple and subtle and one part
of the eatery is exclusively for
banquets were small parties and
wedding receptions could be
arranged . When we visited we
tried out vegetable lollipop ,
nizami bharwan alu and palak
chilly As starters and we
enjoyed every bite of it .
All the delicacies were very
interestingly presented and
tasted perfect . This is a good
place to be for Punjabi and
Chinese food enthusiasts
but the continental spreads in
the menu dint impress any one
of us .
In a nutshell 440
is a good mid ranged
budget eatery with
simple yet good
food and not flashy
still classy decor .
expose of faith and doubt,
pathos and merriment. The
narrative technique used
provides a bare critique of the
society.
Khushwant Singh etches
out the emotional states and
physical realities of the three
friends in tones that range
from the lyrical to the crass
given the very different
personalities of each character.
Singh’s depiction of the
changes in Delhi, especially
his portrait of the seasons
with detailed observations of
the weather, flora and fauna is
a poetic highpoint of the text.
The plot is spare and simply
told, yet rich with metaphors
and insights into our own
selves, I can only sum this
book up in one line : What it
stands for is a life, and how
that life has been lived.
(The writer is an Associate
Professor at Sadguna CU
Arts College for Girls)
restaurant
440
Restaurant
G
By Bimal Solanki
enerally the restaurants
mushrooming in the city
lately are a theme based
joints. But here we come across
440 restaurants and Banquets
which is neither of the above
two yet Simple and Classy . 440
is a place were you can have
that cosy family and friends
moments. Situated on the top
floor of Acropolis mall 440
serves pure veg multi cuisine .
Address : 3rd
Floor, B Block, The
Acropolis, Thaltej,
Ahmedabad,
Gujarat 380054.
Contact Number:
+91 79 4009 9440
(The writer is an
Assistant Professor
at SMPIC)
movie
Train to
Pakistan
T
he film is set in
Mano Majra which
is a silent village on
the border of India and
Pakistan, close to where
the railway line crosses the
Sutlej River. The film
develops around the love
affair of small-time dacoit
Jagga (Nirmal Pandey),
with a local Muslim girl,
Nooran (Smriti Mishra).
Mano Majra incidentally
was the original title of the
book upon its release in
1956. The villagers are a
mix of Sikhs and Muslims,
who live in harmony. The
Sikhs own most of the
land, and the Muslims
work as labourers. During
the summer of 1947, when
the Partition of India was
taking place, the entire
country was a hotbed for
extremism and intolerance.
The Muslims in India
moved towards the newly
formed Pakistan, and the
Hindus and Sikhs in
Pakistan migrated to
refugee camps in India.
One day, a train arrives
from Pakistan, which
carries bodies of all the
travellers who have been
butchered while they tried
to depart from Pakistan.
That is when this quiet
village is changed forever.
The film was one of
most
anticipated
adaptations of its time,
especially being writer
Khushwant Singh’s most
acclaimed work.
The film was produced
by Channel Four Film and
(NFDC), and Production
Company
was
K a l e i d o s c o p e
Entertainment.
The
shooting began nearly fifty
years after the actual
partition of India in 1947.
Though many villages of
Punjab resembled, the
Punjab of fifty years prior,
Muslim pockets were
missing now, hence a
couple of villages on the
fringes of Punjab were
used to give a combined
look of Mano Majra, the
village near the Indo-Pak
border, where the novel
was set. Pamela used her
background
in
documentary film making
to shoot certain parts of the
film live, in scenes like
that of religious ceremony
at a temple.
The film was released
in the United States, Sri
Lanka and in the UK, and
also shown in several
international film festivals,
including,
Zanzibar
International Film Festival,
1998, World Film Festival
National Films from South
Festival Denmark, 1998,
Beirut International Film
Festival, 1998, Fiminale
International Film Festival,
Konl Germany, 1998,
Soria Mora Film Festival,
Oslo, 1998, and Indian
Film Week in Hong Kong,
2000. Besides critical
acclaim, it was also
nominated for Best Film at
the 1999 Cinequest Film
Festival.
APRIL 2014
11
Events
TALENTINO & SANKALAN 2014
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PAHEL 2014
ontinuing with the trend,
initiated three years
back, the students of the
Post Graduate Diploma in
Management (PGDM) at N. R.
Institute
of
Business
Management
organized
exclusive competitions for the
marginalized and differentlyabled children in the event
PAHEL 2014. This has been
the fourth edition of the
programme.
‘T
alentino’, the Culfest,
for
Post-graduate
students of GLS
Management Program was held
on March 3rd at Tagore Hall,
Ahmedabad. The event was
graced by Shri. Sudhir Nanavati,
Executive Vice President, GLS
alongwith Dr. Hitesh Ruparel,
Director, N.R. Institute of
Business Management. The
event was judged by a panel of
eminent personalities like Ms.
Bhakti Kubavat, Finalist,
Femina Miss India 2014 and Mr.
Dhwani Gautam. Ms. Bhakti
Kubavat has won various beauty
pageants, hosted events and has
various print and commercial
ads to her credit. Mr. Dhwani
Gautam, Masters in Cinema,
Asian School of Media Studies,
Noida is associated with Indian
Cinema as an Assistant Writer
and Director. He has more than
20 TV Commercials to his
credit. The evening was followed
by ‘SANKALAN’, the reunion
of alumni under the auspice of
GLS STAMP (Gujarat Law
Society’s Students & Alumni
association of Management
Programmes). It aims at
maintaining and expanding a
strong alumni network of over
1000 alumni members by
reaching out to them and keeping
them connected.
Backdrop:
Pahel started with a dream
to do something for those kids
who are special in some way or
the other, but don’t get an
opportunity to prove. The
underprivileged
and
the
mentally challenged kids are
given an opportunity to display
their talents in music, dance and
allied areas.
PAHEL was introduced by
the students as a practice and
implementation of the lessons
they had learnt during their
classes of Corporate Social
Responsibilities. The students
of PGDM have been visiting
NGOs to meet the children and
help them prepare for the
GLSICT (MCA)
I
ALLUMNI MEET AND CULFEST ‘TORNADO’
By Pooja Ajwani
t is truly said by Nikki
Giovanni, an American
writer, commentator, activist,
and educator : A lot of people
resist transition and therefore
never allow themselves to enjoy
who they are. Embrace the
change, no matter what it is;
once you do, you can learn about
the new world you’re in and take
advantage of it.
Keeping this thought in
mind, GLSICT organized a gettogether for their Alumni
students on 8th March, 2014.
This was just to provide a
platform where Alumni can
share their experiences of
exploring the new world with
other students. As the eve started
all alumni recalling their golden
time spent in this organization.
This feel was expressed by the
alumni student Mr. Mayank
Modi, Group Tech-Lead,
Argusoft India Ltd. He brought
back quite a lot of memories as
he thank faculties of GLSICT
for building up his career and
also help him in and every
respect as when he requires.
Followed by this another alumni
of GLSICT Mr. Anand Patel, Jr.
Software Engineer, Elitecore
Technologies Pvt. Ltd. He
guided as well as motivated his
juniors for building up their
career through exploration and
by grasping new opportunities.
To entertain and greet the
alumni, ANNUAL cultural
festival- CULFEST 2014 was
also organized by GLSICT.
Students of sem IV and sem II
took active participation in the
events like Fashion show,
Dance,Singing,
Skit
and
photography. The themes of the
Fashion show were “Colors of
India” in which different culture
of different states were shown
and the second one was “Women
Empowerment” in which how a
woman can contribute to the
external world was shown. An
artist removes all the hurdles
from his path, this was proved
by sem VI students who spared
their valuable time from Industry
and performed for their seniors.
This was followed by the
prize distribution ceremony and
thanks giving speech by the
alumni students as well as by the
faculty members. They also
appreciated performances given
by their juniors. Then they
enjoyed delicious dinner.
Last but not the least they
enjoyed with the faculties by
putting forward their feet on the
dance floor ie they enjoy dancing
on the DJ floor with friends,
faculty members and their
juniors.
(The writer is an Assistant
Professor at GLSICT(MCA))
competitions as well.
Pahel 2014
The planning for the fourth
edition started with a focus to
do it on a grand scale in midst
of the society for creating
maximum awareness. Pahel
2013 was held on 08th March,
2014.
More than 180 children
between the age group of 7 to
18 years, who were visually
impaired, hearing impaired,
mentally challenged or had
other disabilities showcased
their talents in various arts
including vocals, dance and
thematic
representations,
fashion shows and dramas.
The participating NGOs
include but are not limited to:
Sparsh, Shwas, Sarjan and
Blind People’s association etc.
The event comprised of 18
performances by the kids
representing these NGOs.
The Judges of the event
were:
Prof. Amar
Gargesh,
Creative Head, MICA, Mr.
Tushar Sadhu, Famous Actor,
Gujarati
Movies
fame:
Deshbook, RJ Vashishth from
Radio Mirchi 98.3 FM, The
event witnessed more than 400
attendees from all walks of life.
smpic
State Level Accounting Talent Hunt
S
.M.Patel Institute of
Commerce believes in all
around development of
students and undertakes many
student centric activities may it
the curricular or extracurricular.
As a part of the endeavour
SMPIC organises a State Level
Accounting Talent Hunt since
last 4 years to sharpen the
accounting
skills
of
undergraduate students all over
Gujarat.
This year on Saturday 29th
March 2014 we had arranged a
Talent Hunt and 268 students
participated enthusiastically.
All the participating students
were awarded certificates and
the winners will be awarded
cash prize and certificates and
trophies later.
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APRIL 2014
And may there be no sadness or farewell,
When I embark – Khushwant Singh celebrating death…
I
By Nirja Vasavada
t was around 3 pm in the
afternoon on 20th March
2014, when my facebook
notification beeped and I got a
message from my friend that
Khushwant Singh passed away.
The Khushwant Singh, whose
novels we studied as students
and whose stories we taught as
teachers. I gave the news in the
staff room, still staring at my
phone screen, and when I
looked up, I found one of my
staff members really upset.
Well, he was old. I tried to
justify Singh’s death. But when
I actually sat and thought about
it, I realized that this, indeed, is
a huge loss to not only
literature, but also to politics,
journalism and above all,
humanity. He certainly held a
peculiar place in Indian life as
a writer, journalist, lawyer and
a politician. He could be all
this, and still remain witty and
humorous. As one of the critics
wrote in his obituary to Singh
that ‘Singh will be telling jokes
in heaven now!’.
Singh was one of the few
people who experienced the
pre-partition and post partition
situations of both the countries.
His Train to Pakistan tells the
moving story of the journey
from one side of India to
another side of the then India.
His pen was certainly mightier
than the sword, as he very
clearly penned down his views
in his novels, stories or political
writings. As he says in Train to
Pakistan, “Freedom is for the
educated people who fought
for it. We were slaves of the
English, now we will be slaves
of the educated Indians—or the
Pakistanis.” or in his another
novel Delhi, he states, “I
realized that I belonged neither
to the Hindus nor to the
Mussalmans. How could I
explain to my wife that while
the Brahmins lived on offerings
made to their gods, the Rajputs
and the Jats had their lands,
Aheers and the Gujars their
cattle, the Banias their shops,
all that the poor Kayasthas had
were their brains and their reed
pens! And the only people who
could pay for their brains and
their pens were the rulers who
were Muslims!”
Many people have paid him
obituaries. But interestingly,
Singh himself had done so
some years back. In his book
‘The Absolute Khushwant: The
lowdown on Life, Death and
Inbetween’ Singh says – “ I
don’t fear death. What I dread
is the day I go blind or am
incapacitated because of old
age—that’s what I fear—I’d
rather die than live in that
condition.”. He was the person
who had written his epitaph
and the news item of his own
death long before he actually
died! He was not prepared for
just death, he was prepared for
the ‘celebration of death’. He
quotes Tennyson in his essay
How to Live and Die,
Sunset and evening star,
And one clear call for me
And may there be no
moaning of the bar,
When I put out to sea...
Twilight and evening bell,
And after that the dark!
And may there be no
sadness or farewell,
When I embark.”
Death came to him as he
wished – gently, peacefully, as
if fading away in slumber. But
he is not someone who can
fade away. There is certainly
no farewell, sir. You live
through your words, your
books and you live in our
hearts.
(The writer is a Lecturer in
Communication Skills at
NRBBA)
Printed and published by Dr Bhalchandra H Joshi on behalf of Gujarat Law Society. Printed at DB Print Solution (Divya Bhaskar), Bhaskar House, Plot No 280, Makarba,
S G Highway, Ahmedabad 380051. Published from Gujarat Law Society, Opp Law Garden, Ellisbridge, Ahmedabad 380006. Editor: Dr. Bhalchandra H Joshi.

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