2nd Online National Quiz Competition on Legal Language by IMS Law College [July 8], Register by June 30

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Established in 2004, in Sector-62, Noida, IMS Law College, Noida runs under the auspices of IMS Society, a non-profit making body.

The College is approved by Bar Council of India, recognized by University Grant Commission(UGC) and affiliated to the Chaudhary Charan Singh University Meerut. The IMS Law College has a vibrant and active mooting culture, thus it believes that mooting is an indispensable activity, for every law student.

About the Competition

Enthused by the success of 1st Online National Quiz Competition on Constitution Law, IMS Law College is now organizing 2nd Online National Quiz Competition on Legal Language to be held on July 8, 2020.

Eligibility

Any Legal Professionals, Judges, and Students pursuing 5-year law courses, 3-year law and LLM courses can participate in the competition as an individual.

Note: Please note that this competition is not a team-based competition and thus each student shall register and participate individually.

Competition Details

  • Based on Legal Terminology, Latin Phrases, Latin Maxims and Foreign Words.
  • Date/Time of Competition: July 8, 2020, 12:00 PM
  • Mode of Competition: Online
  • System Requirements: Laptops/Desktop/Smartphones with the latest browsers and Internet Connectivity

Prize and Certificate

Winners shall get the cash prize through electronic mode (Gpay/Paytm) and certificate. All participates shall be given certificates of participation.

1st Prize: Rs. 1,000/- cash prize with a certificate of excellence.

Registration Details

Registration would be done through the online registration form.

Registration fees: Rs. 250/- per participant.

Payment mode is given in the registration form.

Important Dates

  • Last Date of registration: 30th June 2020
  • Competition Date: 8th July 2020
  • Result Declaration: 12th July 2020

Note: Result declared by the Judges shall be final and binding on all participants.

Contact Information

Profressor Govind Prasad Goyal

E-mail ID: [email protected]

Mobile Number: +91-99711-29012

Official website link.


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