NALSAR’s 4th British Parliamentary Debating Championship [Sep 20-22] 2013; Registrations Open

nalsar parliamentary debate4th edition of NALSAR’s premier British Parliamentary Debating Championship.

Calling all undergraduates from all streams to participate in one of India’s biggest inter-varsity British Parliamentary debating championships !

High quality debate; stellar adjudication core; prize money to be won.

The British Parliamentary debating format is the official format of the World Universities Debating Championships (WUDC).  The format has its roots in the British House of Commons, an institution of government that served as a model for academic debating in British universities.  Since its adoption by the WUDC, the format has spread around the world and is now the most widely practiced format of intercollegiate debating.

Our registration policy is as follows :

Each team must consist of 2 debaters.

Each team must have atleast one adjudicator registered with it. Hence 1 team – 1 adjudicator, 2 teams – 2 adjudicators, and so forth. More adjudicators can be registered if the institution wishes, however the n=1 rule strictly applies.

The Team Cap is 2 teams per institution, as per rolling basis subject to availability.

[Please Note: Taking into consideration the numerous requests relating to cross teams, we’ve decided to allow institutional cross teams in this year’s I.V. This means at least one debater has to be enrolled in a university/college to be able to participate. Graduates are more than welcome to attend the I.V. as independent adjudicators. ]

The Registration Fee is as follows :

INR. 2200/- per person inclusive of the cost for break-night and accommodation.

Accommodation will be provided from the morning of the 20th to the afternoon of the 22nd of September.

For the registration form and further updates about the NALSAR Debate, visit our blog HERE.

Our Facebook page is HERE.

If there are any queries, contact us at [email protected]

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