Ms. Arshi Salahuddin

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Ms. Arshi Salahuddin is a fourth year student at Faculty of Law, Aligarh Muslim University (AMU). She has actively participated National moot court competitions and was the winner at the Intra-moot Court competition at A.M.U, 2016. She actively participates and won debates at the University level as well as national including the All India Sir Syed Memorial Debate Competition (AISSMD). She is currently the SCC online student ambassador at her campus. She also organized the 1st P.A Inamdar National Moot Court Competition, 2016, the H.R Meet, 2016 and also volunteered for the Literary Festival, 2016 at AMU. She is a member of the British Council at Kolkata, United Nations Chapter at AMU as well as a member of the placement cell at AMU, besides holding various posts including Literary Proctor and Editor consecutively for three years. She is keenly interested in social service and has served as General Secretary of Leadership Training Service which is a 55 years old youth movement spread over India, Nepal and Bangladesh.

She has authored several publications namely, “The Dynamics of Human Trafficking: A Victim-Centric Approach” (ISBN NO. 978-93-5196-996-9); “Towards unleashing the real potential of RTI- A minefield of Power concomitant in Democratic Governance” and has attended the 7th National Seminar on Sir Syed Ahmad Khan(2015) at A.M.U. Besides this, she secured 7th at the International Spelling Bee Competition organized by Cambridge University at the State level. A has a keen interest in painting and learning Arabic.

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