Five years at the Institute of Law was more than just a college, it was a learning experience for me. Continuous assessment conducted here included submitting assignments, presentations, group exercises, debating, mooting, internships, and other extra-curricular activities. It all seemed very rigorous back then, but now when I look at myself, these have contributed a great deal to hone my personality and strengthened me to adapt to the real world. Law, being such a vast subject, has broadened my horizon and pushed me to analyse various aspects of a given situation before arriving at a conclusion. Mooting further developed my reading and interpretation skills. I picked my interest in legal research too.