Rakesh Aggarwal Memorial Debate Competition on Parity in Legal Age: A Paradigm Shift [Sep 22]: Register by Sep 17

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About the Organisation

Ideal Institute of Management and Technology was established in the year 1999 under the auspices of New Millennium Education Society. The institute is affiliated to Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Delhi, and its professional courses in Law and Business Administration are recognised by Bar Council of India and Government of NCT, Delhi. Being a NAAC accredited institution, it melds state of the art infrastructure with quality in education as its paramount principle.

About the Debate Competition

The Rakesh Aggarwal Memorial National Debate Competition is organized annually by IIMT & School of Law on contemporary issues of legal significance.

Through the competition, participants will gain first hand invaluable experience in legal argumentation, working in a team and to sharpen their research and communication skills in a debate competition.

Prizes

  • Winning Team: Rs. 3000/-
  • Runner up team: Rs. 2000/-
  • Best Speaker: Rs. 3000/-
  • Runner Up Speaker: Rs. 2000/-
  • Second Runner Up Speaker: Rs. 1000/-
  • E-Certificate for participation will be given to all the participants

Location

Via CISCO WEBEX App

Date

22nd September 2020

Registration Procedure

The registration form is here.

The last date for registration is 17th September.

Payment can be done through Paytm or this online link.

Fee Details: Rs. 1000 (per team)

Contact Information

Dr. Hemlata Sharma: +91 9811844877

Ms. Kanika Arora: +91-9811380350

 

For the brochure of Rakesh Aggarwal Memorial Debate Competition on Parity in Legal Age, click here.

 


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