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  • About the Moot Proposition

Each team participating in the Competition must prepare in the given format.

The Mandatory part should be included compulsorily in your moot proposition and other things should be according to your own discretion.

The theme of competition shall either be Criminal law or Family Law. This Moot problem drafting competition is open to all Law Students and Non Law students (Academicians, Research Scholars and Lawyers).

  • Mandatory Part
  1. Name of the Country: – Asgard[The Laws of Asgard are pari materia (same) to the laws of India]
  2. Characters: – Not more than 7 Persons
  3. Duration of the Year: – 2010 – 2020 (The incident should be within this prescribed year)
  4. Crime spot should be compulsorily mentioned in the proposition.(The place can be named according to you)
  5. Reports: – For example Ballistic reports, Police reports, Medical reports etc. (You can consider any reports accordingly).
  6. Issues: – Not more than five issues.
  7. Laws can include: – Constitution of India 1950, Indian Penal Code Act 1860, Indian Evidence Act 1872, etc.
  8. Commission of the crime: -The case should be committed only in the country of Asgard.
  9. Word limit: – 1500
  • Team Composition
  • Author
  • Co- Author [max 2 member]
  • Important Dates
  • Last Date to Register – 29thAugust, 2020.
  • Submission of Moot – 31st August, 2020.
  • Result Declaration – 5th September, 2020.


  • Registration Fees
  • Author: – Rs.200
  • Co-Author (Max 2 members): – Rs.300


  • Registration Procedure
  • Participants are required to register and pay the amount through Paytm or Google pay

on: 97691 71891 (Unmesh Gavade)

  • Participants are required to send a screenshot after  their payment via whatsapp on 9619390387 along with participants name.
  • Registration Link:- Click Here
        NOTE: If any participant’s backout then there will be no refund!

    • TEAM CODE:

    The team code must be ascribed on the top right corner of the cover page. There must be no mention of Name, Contact number, Email id, University name etc in the memorials.

    Team Code shall be communicated to the respective participant/teams by the Organizing Committee once registration process has been completed by the participant/teams.



    Each registered participant shall submit a soft copy, both in Microsoft Word format and PDF format (.docx and .pdf) of the moot proposition, via email to the [email protected] on or before 31st Agust 2020 at 23:50 hours IST.


    • PRIZES


    • Winner will be awarded cash price of 1,500 + Merit Certificate + Perks
    • Runner-up will be awarded Cash price of Rs 1000 + Merit certificate+ Perks
    • The soft copy of the participants certificate will be provided to Email Id.



    • Formatting Specifications
    1. For Main Text:
    2. a) Font type: Times New Roman
    3. b) Font size: 12
    4. c) Line spacing: 1.5
    5. d) Body of text: Justified
    6. For Headings
    7. a) Font type: Times New Roman
    8. b) Font size: 14



    Following would be criteria for judging the Memorandum:

    Sr. No.ParametersMarks Allotted
    1 Clarity of facts20 marks
    2Use of law20 marks
    3Legal issue20 marks
    4Presentation20 marks
    5Originality20 marks


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