14 April 2018


Tareekh Pe Tareekh !!! Tareekh Pe Tareekh !!! Tareekh Pe Tareekh !!! Tareekh Pe Tareekh !!!

You must have heard this famous dialogue of Sunny Deol’s starrer movie “Damini”.

Infact in our Judiciary system an advocate and his Munshi have to maintain and remember the lot of record of their forthcoming case dates.

Aryans Law & Engineering students developed “eMunshi- Advocate Diary” Android App

To ease the lawyers in maintaining the Court hearing records, students of “Aryans College of Law” with the help of students of “Aryans College of Engineering”, Near Chandigarh have jointly developed a Legal Tech Startup- an Android App which will buzz an alarm and remind the lawyers about the important Court Date and cases.

Christened as “eMunshi- Advocate Diary” this app is available for free download on Google Play Store. The app has been developed by 3 Aryans Law students namely Amanpreet Singh (Nawanshahr), Punjab; Baldeep Kumar (Phillaur), Punjab; Shafait (Rajouri), JK and 3 Aryans Engineering students namely Govind Sharan (Buxar), Bihar; Deepawali & Narinder Kaur (Hoshiarpur), Punjab.

Small Effort by Aryans Law & Engineering students in direction of Tech Legal Startup

Dr. Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group while speaking on the occasion said that to develop this app, not only Aryans Law students but also Aryans Engineering students have worked hard in last 3-4 months. In this app the content part has been developed by Aryans Law students while Technical part has been developed by Aryans Engineering students.

“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 added.

Kataria while congratulating the students and staff said that Hope this small effort done by these students would meet the expectations of lawyers and law students.

“Aryans- The Centre for Innovations”

Prof. B.S Sidhu, Director, Aryans Group while speaking on the occasion said that apart from Theory and Practical, Aryans always motivate & inspire its students for Innovations. Ms Jasmeen Baidwan, HoD, Aryans College of Law & Ms Simranjot Kaur, HoD, Computer Science Department said that the credit goes to the staff and students for suggesting & developing this app.

Jasmeen while speaking said that apart from keeping the record of court dates, various Bare Acts have also been updated in the app to be used by the legal professionals as ready reference.

About the App:

The App is available on Google Playstore with the download link as In this app the lawyers can maintain the client summary as well as case details. They can upload the information of various court dates of different courts cases and on due date the alarm would buzz in the morning time to remind them about their important dates.

Previous Apps developed by Aryans Students

This is not the first innovation by Aryans students. In the past also they have been doing the innovations.

Earlier to this Aryans students have developed  “Aryans Android App” in lieu to make campuses paper free, “Aryans Save Kashmir App” which was developed for the rescue operation at the time of floods in Kashmir, “ Aryans Life Saving Glove” developed to provide timely assistance to the people prone to the risk of cardiac disease, “Aryans Safety Helmet” to provide timely first aid facility in case disaster happens at construction/ mining/ industrial sites; “Ramadhan App to solve the problem of Muslim community during Ramadhan for their fasting etc  were launched and applauded at various Government Levels and gained interest of many people.

How to Use this App

This App can be downloaded from Google Play Store. Advocates just need to put details of cases and set time when he want to get notification for that Case and alarm will be buzz accordingly. For any references advocate can study the Bare Acts also. Law students can also use this app for moot court competitions. Students just have to fill detail of moot court proposition and set alarm for notification.


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