Online Quiz Competition by Legal Rioters: Register by September 14

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About the Quiz Competition

Legal Rioters is organizing an Online Quiz Competition with an aim to promote legal awareness amongst the students and scholars across the globe. The competition will also aim at providing everyone with a platform to gauge their legal knowledge.

Topics:

  • Criminal Law
  • Constitution Law
  • Contract Law
  • Company Law
  • Family Law

Rules

  • The Number of questions: 25 Questions to be answered in 35 minutes (No Negative Markings).
  • In case of a tie, the person submitting in lesser time shall be awarded.
  • In case of a tie in terms time of submission, the person answering most number of Star questions shall be adjudged winner
  • In case of a tie in equal number of Star questions being marked correctly, the participants shall be subjected to a tie-breaker question.
  • Note: Any person is free to register for one or all the quizzes based on their interest.

Registration Process

Fill this registration form and they will add you to a WhatsApp group where all the details of the event along with the quiz link shall be provided.

Note: The participants shall use the same email-id to register as they will use to take the Quizzes.

Registration Fee

Rs. 40 For each quiz or Rs. 150 for all the Quizzes.

Mode of Payment: UPI number: 8347251823, [email protected]

Awards

  • First Position: A cash prize of Rs. 500 + Two E-books + Certificate of Merit
  • Second Position: A cash prize of Rs. 500 + E-book + Certificate of Merit
  • Third Position: A cash prize of Rs. 250 + Certificate of Merit
  • Next ten merit rank holders: Ebook of Evidence Law by Nageshwara Rao (Lexis-Nexis) worth
  • Internship Opportunities with Legal Rioters.
  • All the participants shall receive a Certificate of Participation.

Important Dates

  • Deadline for Registration: 14th September 2020
  • Deadline for submission: 15th September 2020 5:30 PM
  • Declaration of the result: 16th September 2020

Contact Details

E-mail ID: [email protected] and [email protected]

 

The website link of Legal Rioters is here.


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