2nd National Quiz Competition on Consumer Protection Laws by NLUD [Nov 30]: Register by Nov 15

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Chair on Consumer Laws at National Law University, Delhi is organizing the Second Edition of National Quiz Competition on Consumer Protection Laws, 2020 on 30th November 2020.

About the Event

The Consumer Protection Act, 2019 came into effect in August 2019 and has been notified in the month of July this year. The legislation has repealed the three decades old Consumer Protection Act, 1986 and completely overhauled the law with the objective of providing timely and effective administration and settlement of consumer disputes.

Consumer Protection Laws represent one of the most critical components of the market architecture of the country involving a wide range of stakeholders. It is essential that the students of law, commerce, management, and other streams understand the nuances of this specialised subject through both education and training in this field.

The objective is to provide an opportunity and a conducive platform to students from all streams at various universities to expand, explore and develop their knowledge of consumer laws through the medium of a National Quiz.

Eligibility

The competition invites undergraduate students, from all disciplines, to participate as individuals.

Registration Details

The registration form can be accessed here.

The last date for registration is Sunday, 15th November, 2020.

Upon registration, shortlisted participants will receive detailed rules of procedure for the Quiz including instructions for preliminary and final rounds, marking scheme, duration, scoring and other relevant details.

Prizes

The top 3 participants will be awarded cash prizes:

  • 1st position:  ₹6000
  • 2nd position: ₹4000
  • 3rd position: ₹2000

The Quiz promises to be an enriching and exciting way of learning more about our Consumer Protection Laws.

Contact Information

For any clarifications regarding the quiz, registration and aforementioned rules, please write to [email protected]

 

For full details of the 2nd National Quiz Competition on Consumer Protection Laws by NLUD, click here.


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