Army Law College Pune National Elocution Competition 2020 [Dec 18]: Register by Dec 8

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Army Law College, Pune is organizing a National Elocution Competition 2020 (online) on 18th December.

About Army Law College

About Army Law College, Pune was established, in July 2018, exclusively for the children of Army Personnel. It is affiliated to “Savitribai Phule Pune University”.

About the Competition

ALC Pune is organizing Second Edition of “Army Law College, Pune, National Elocution Competition 2020 (online)” on 18 th December 2020 (Friday) through Cisco Webex Meeting Platform.


Any student pursuing 5-Year Integrated Law Degree Programme, e.g. B. A. LL. B or B.B. A. LL. B or B. Com. LL. B, from any recognized Law College/Law School/Law University in India


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Team Size and Other Information

Each Law College/Law School/Law University can nominate only one student for participating in the competition.


  • First Prize: Rs 30,000 and Certificate
  • Second Prize: Rs 20,000 and Certificate
  • Third Prize: Rs 10,000, and Certificate


The competition will be conducted online through Cisco Webex Meeting platform by Army Law College Pune

Registration Procedure

Registrations will open on 1st December 2020 (11:00 am onwards) and will close on 8th December 2020 (5:00 pm).

Only the first 25 students registering via email, in the prescribed format on or after 1st Dec 2020 (11:00 am onwards) but before 8th Dec 2020 (5:00 pm) at [email protected], shall be eligible.

See the Rules attached herewith for more details.

Fee Details

Only Rs 500 (per student participant) payable only by first 25 registered students after their participation is confirmed on 9th Dec 2020.

Mode of payment & ALC college account details for payment of registration fees will be communicated individually to shortlisted students through separate Email.

Important Dates

Registrations will open on 1st December 2020 (11:00 am onwards) and close on 8th December 2020 (5:00 pm).

No mail for registration sent before 1 st December 2020 (11:00 am) or after 8th Dec 2020 (5 pm) shall be considered. Only first 25 registered students shall be allowed to participate.

Contact Information

Prof. Neeti Chadha (9823206367)

Prof. Ganesh Deshmane (8788288578)

Ms. Ananya Pandey (9359055992)

Important Links

For the rules of the competition, click here.

For the registration form of the competition, click here.

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