Panjab University Regional Centre (PURC) has been established at the campus of P.U. Extension Library, Ludhiana w.e.f. the academic Session 2003-04.
Professor Raj Kumar, Vice-Chancellor of Panjab University, Chandigarh took keen interest and fulfilled the long outstanding demand of the residents of Ludhiana and set up the Panjab University Regional Centre at Ludhiana.
He Institute was formally inaugurated by His Excellency the Governor of Punjab, Justice O.P. Verma on 5th Oct. 2003. A number of new initiatives are being undertaken under the dynamic leadership of Professor Raj Kumar, present Vice-Chancellor of Panjab University, Chandigarh.
About the Moot
Moot Court Society of Panjab University Regional Centre, Ludhiana is organising the 2nd National Moot Court Competition on 5th March – 7th March 2020.
Number of teams
Maximum of 22 teams will be accommodated for the competition. Selection of the teams will be done on the first come first serve basis.
Each team shall comprise of a minimum of two members and a maximum of three-member (one member shall be designated as a researcher).
All law colleges/institutions/universities across the country recognized by the bar council of India are eligible to take part in the competition. All participants must be currently pursuing their bachelor’s degree in law, i.e. either 3 year or 5-year
Only one team is allowed from one College/Institution.
The last date for the online registration is 11th Feb 2020 by an e-mail containing the details of the participating college, the team members (including the number of male and female students), their contact numbers.
The registration fees for each team will be Rs 4000/- without accommodation if accommodation is to be availed Rs. 1500/- will be charged extra may be paid through a cheque or demand draft drawn or online transfer. The account details will be provided once the soft copy of the registration for reaches the organizing committee. Note: Participants have to bring their Registration Form along with them on 5th March 2020.
For any information regarding the competition and clarification: nmccpurc2020[at]gmail.com.
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