Amity Law School, Delhi is organizing a National Debate Competition on 21st March 2014.
TOPIC : “IN THE OPINION OF THIS HOUSE..HOMOSEXUALITY SHOULD BE DECRIMINALIZED IN INDIA“
VENUE : Moot Court Hall, Amity Law School,
F-1, Sector-125, Amity University Campus,
Competition is open for students pursuing three or five year LL.B. Degree course from any recognized Law University/ college/ institution.
Students pursuing LL.M are not eligible to participate.
There shall be total 15 teams and the registration shall be done on first come first serve basis.
PROGRAMME SCHEDULE :
Registration: 09:30 -10:30 AM
Tea break: 10:30- 11:00 AM
Prelims: 11: 00 AM
Snacks : 1:00 – 2:00PM
Finals: 2:00 PM
Prize Distribution: 3:30 PM
1st Best Team- Rs. 3000, trophy& Books
2nd Best Team- Rs. 2000
Best speaker- Rs 1000
Two Best Audience Interjection- Rs 500 each
*All participants shall be given a certificate of participation.
RULES OF THE DEBATE COMPETITION :
There shall be a team of two candidates from each University/institute/ college– (one for the motion and one against the motion).
Each speaker will get six (5+1), minutes in total for debate and there will be Interjection of two questions from the audience.
The debate shall be in English language only.
The Institute shall not provide boarding and lodging to the participants, however, due help may be sought in arranging the same. Further, the travelling and other expenses shall be borne by the participant’s University/institute/college.
Each team must register by sending the completed Registration form along with the required Demand Draft of Rs.300/- in favour of Amity Law School, Delhi, payable at New Delhi by 15th March, 2014.
The scanned copy must also be mailed at: [email protected].
The judgment of the jury shall be final and binding on the team.
THE REGISTRATION FORM IS AVAILABLE HERE.
For further details kindly visit our official website www.amity.edu/als
FOR FURTHER DETAILS CONTACT:
Ms. Payal Lamba Mr. Prateek Kumar Ms. Srijan Uppal
9582742699 9818451124 9582055230
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