Moot Court rooms are a focal point of the MUIT. Moot court is a essential activity of law School. Through regular moot court competitions and mock trials of cases, the University strives to integrate the theory and practise of law on campus. Students are taught how to improve their analytical, research, oratory, and writing skills, which will help them succeed in their careers. For the students to gain real-life experience, a proper scenario based on a courtroom is created. Throughout the proceedings, they must pretend to be lawyers. The judges may ask them questions to assess their conceptual understanding of the relevant laws. The goal was to ensure that students understood the various nuances of the law. Mooting would help them understand the law in all of its dimensions and depths.