Lucknow University’s 1st Dr. Avatar Singh National Article Writing Competition [Nov 26]: Submit by Nov 24

Must Read

3rd National UPES – School of Law Constitutional Law Quiz Competition [Nov 25-26]: Register Now

About the Institution and Event Society for Constitutional Law & Human Rights (SCLHR), established under the aegis of UPES School...

ILS Sports Law Webinar Series on Career in Sports Law and Management [Nov 23, 4:30-5:30 PM]: Register Now!

IThe ILS Sports Law Cell is organising its first edition of the ILS Sports Law Webinar Series. The second...

Call for Blogs: Jindal Digest for Competition and Innovation Laws [JDCIL]: Rolling Submissions

About JDCIL The Jindal Digest for Competition and Innovation Laws is a student-edited, interdisciplinary, legal blog which aims to...

Call for Blogs| Indian Bio-Ethics Project

About Us: Indian Bioethics Project is an independent project under Gujarat National Law University, which aims at contributing to the...

Call for Papers: Indian Journal of Law, Polity and Administration [Volume 2]: Submit by Dec 6

Indian Journal of Law, Polity and Administration is inviting a call for papers for Volume 2, 2020. About the IJLPA Indian...

Memo Pundits – Blog Writing Competition

Memo Pundits is a unique platform which equips young law students with tools that come handy during mooting. With...

Follow us

Lucknow University Moot Court Association is organizing 1st Dr. Avatar Singh National Article Writing Competition on the occasion of Constitution Day (National Law Day), i.e., 26th November 2020.

About the University

The University of Lucknow or Lucknow University is a government-owned Indian research university based in Lucknow. Founded in 1867, the University of Lucknow is one of India’s oldest government-owned institutions of higher education. The Lucknow University, incidentally, began its journey as a small school in the Canning high school in 1864.

After 57 years, this school, located in the palace Amin-ud-Daulah, Aminabad, transformed into a university. The Lucknow University, considered to be the nation’s pride and one of the most significant educational institutions, is celebrating this year as its centenary year.

Prize

The competition provides the participants with an opportunity to win cash prizes worth Rs. 2100/-.

Important Date

Last Date of Submission of Article: 24th November 2020

Eligibility

Students pursuing any recognized course from any recognized college/University in India are eligible to participate.

Registration Details

The entry fee is Rs 60/- (for both single-author & co-authorship).

To register for the Article Writing Competition, click here.

Mode of Payment

The payment can be made through BHIM UPI/GOOGLE PAY/PAYTM/PHONE PAY.

The registration fee is to be paid to the following Mobile Number: 8181838340 (Name of the account holder: Nishant Veer Singh).

Kindly take the screenshot of the payment receipt in order to attach it to the registration form.

Topics

  • Dynamics of Freedom of Press vis-à-vis Indian Media.
  • The Reservation Policy and Its Execution: What is at Stake for the Indian Youth?
  • India will Become a 5 Trillion Economy by 2024: Myth or Reality.
  • Is the Charlie Hebdo Cartoon Controversy Catalysing an Unprecedented Change in the Concept of Secularism?
  • Any contemporary issue.

Contact Details

Swaraj Shukla: +919125598096

Maitreyee Mishra: +919754954200


Libertatem.in is now on Telegram. Follow us for regular legal updates and judgements from the court. Follow us on Google News, InstagramLinkedInFacebook & Twitter. You can also subscribe for our Weekly Email Updates. Libertatem Group does not take any responsibility for the accuracy of this Event Notification. The post has been shared as we received it from the event organizers/host.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Latest News

Madras HC Reaffirms Trial Court’s Decree in Case of Thimmaraya & Ors. V. Gowrammal

A Civil Revision Petition was filed by three petitioners against the dismissal of their application on the file of the Sub-Judge, Hosur. The case...

Delhi High Court Disposes Ashok Arora’s Appeal Against Suspension From Supreme Court Bar Association

In the present Petition, Senior Advocate Ashok Arora challenged an Order passed by a Single Judge bench. The Order held that Mr Arora had...

Allahabad High Court Dismisses Application To Quash Prima Facie Allegations of Criminal Intimidation and Outraging Modesty

Allahabad High Court, on 17th November 2020, dismissed an application filed under Section 482 of Cr.P.C. and refused to quash the charge sheet (dated...

Delhi High Court Prohibits Gathering in Public Places To Celebrate Chhat Puja

The Order had come in a Writ Petition moved by Shri Durga Jan Seva Trust. The Petition sought to quash and set aside an...

Bombay High Court Directs State To Pass Tribe Claim Within Two Weeks, Refuses To Intervene on Merits of Claim Itself

The Division Bench of Bombay High Court consisting of Justice S.S. Shinde and Madhav Jayajirao Jamdar passed an order on 17th November 2020 in...

Kerala High Court Dismisses Petition by Allocating Respondent To Vacancy in IFS Cadre

On 16th November 2020, the Division Bench at Kerala High Court, consisting of Honourable Justice A.M. Shaffique and Honourable Justice Gopinath. P heard the...

AP High Court: If an Auction Is Conducted by a Cooperative Bank, the Property Ceases to be Property of the State

A single-judge bench consisting of honourable justice Ninala Jayasurya gave orders on the writ petition filed by the petitioner. The petition challenges the action...

Madras HC Rules in Favour of the Authorities in FMGE Examination, Finds Writ Petitions Against the Exam Void of Merit

Three aspirants of Foreign Medical Examinations moved to the High Court by filing a Writ Petition under Article 226 of the Indian Constitution. They...

Hong Kong High Court Rules for Independent Mechanisms To Be Set up To Deal With Complaints Against Police Officers

The present suit was brought by a journalist association because of the police brutality that the protestors faced in the protests against the China...

Madras High Court Maintains That Government Policy Is To Prioritize Own State’s Candidates and Sets Aside Nativity Certificate Rejection Order

Varsha Totagi, a NEET aspirant filed a Writ Petition under Article 226 of the Indian Constitution. She had been denied Nativity Certificate without which...

More Articles Like This

- Advertisement -