PRE-INVITE: National Moot Court 2019 on Criminal Law @ Shobhit Deemed University, Meerut [April 6-7]: Register by Jan 28

PRE-INVITE: National Moot Court 2019 on Criminal Law @ Shobhit Deemed University, Meerut [April 6-7]: Register by Jan 28

About the Moot
Shobhit Deemed University is organizing the First National Moot Court Competition. It will be the first National Moot court in Meerut region. The problem will be based on Criminal Law. The moot court will be judged by legal luminaries of Indian legal system.
Programme by SLCS: Visiting National Green Tribunal, New Delhi & One Day Training Programme by NHRC.
Eligibility
One team consisting of three students from three-year LL.B. and Five -year Integrated law schools.
Team Composition: Speaker 1, Speaker 2 and Researcher
Venue
Shobhit Deemed University, Meerut, Uttar Pradesh (India)
Registrations
  • Register at this form.
  • Registration open on 25th January 2019
  • Fee details: Rs 5000
  • Registration Closes on 28th February 2019
Awards and Certificates

Application of Cancellation of Bailable Warrant Format

Winning Team
  • Winner Trophy Award
  • Cash Prize of Rs. 31000/
Runner up Team Award
  • Runner up Trophy Award
  • Cash Prize of Rs. 21000/-
Team Qualifying for Semi-Finals
  • Each Team member shall be awarded with a trophy & prize as a token of appreciation.
Best Memorial Award  
  • Cash Prize of Rs 5000/- with Trophy
Second Best Memorial Award
  • Cash Prize of Rs 3100/- with Trophy
Best Mooter (Male) Award
  • Cash Prize of Rs 5000 with Trophy
Best Mooter (Female)
  • Cash Prize of 5000/- with Trophy
Best Researcher Award
  • Cash Prize of Rs 5000/- with Trophy
Accommodation
Accommodation will be provided by the University.
Contact
For any Further Information and Registration, please Contact
Moot Court Coordinator: Mr. Bishnanand Dubey, Assistant Professor: 8210057503, 9717497957
Moot Court Convener:  Ms. Nudrat Fatima, Assistant Professor: 9627920701
Click here for official notification.
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