Students develop app for advocates2 min read
Technology will help lawyers keep a track of their cases without the help of a clerk or a munshi. For the convenience of lawyers, students of Aryans College of Law with the help of Aryans College of Engineering have developed an app, “eMunshi-Advocate Diary”.
The app is available for free download on Google Play Store. Aryans Group chairman Dr Anshu Kataria said it would help the lawyers maintain record of court hearing with the help of the app.
Kataria said a lawyer would not even have to have a look at the app again and again. An alarm will buzz and remind the lawyers about important court dates and cases.
Advocates are just required to feed the details of cases and set time when they wanted to get notification for the matter and alarm would be buzz accordingly. For reference purposes, the advocates could study Bare Acts also. Law students could also use the app for moot court competitions. They were just required to fill in the detail of moot court proposition and set alarm for notification.
Kataria said it has been developed by three Aryans law students Amanpreet Singh from Nawanshahr, Baldeep Kumar from Phillaur and Shafait from Rajouri, along with Aryans Engineering students Govind Sharan from Buxar in Bihar, along with Deepawali and Narinder Kaur from Hoshiarpur.
Kataria claimed the app was an outcome of efforts spread over three to four months.
“Various other similar apps were also studied to overcome the shortcomings in those apps so that a refined and updated app can be developed,” Kataria said.
Addressing the gathering at the launch of the app, Aryans Group director Prof BS Sidhu said the app was a reflection of the institute’s philosophy to motivate and inspire its students to be innovative.
Courtesy: The Tribune