Shambhunath Institute of Law was established with the objective of imparting quality legal education to the students at affordable costs under the able guidance of Dr. K. K. Tewari, Secretary, Utthan.
It is affiliated to Prof. Rajendra Singh (Rajju Bhaiya) University, Prayagraj (formerly known as Allahabad State University) and approved by the Bar Council of India, New Delhi.
It is also listed in All India Survey of Higher Education (AISHE, Ref: C-59041-2017) of the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India. Its geographical position makes it easily accessible for the out-stationers while not secluding itself from the vibrant city life.
About the Debate Competition
Shambhunath Institute of Law is delighted to inform that, after successfully conducting its first National Debate Competition in 2019 titled “VOX – JURIST (Voice Of Legal Experts)”, it is now organizing its second National Debate Competition titled “2nd Vox Jurist (Voice Of Legal Experts), National Debate Competition (Online), 2020”. The competition will be held on 27th and 28th of November, 2020 via Google Meet
Members of the team must be valid undergraduate students pursuing a recognized Bachelor of Law program.
Note: Bachelor of Law means a 3 year or post-graduation or 5 years integrated course for Indian Students or an Undergraduate Degree in Law recognized by the Bar Council of India.
Participants of only one team from a particular law school or law college would be entertained. In case two teams register from same college/law university or law school, the team which first submits the letter signed by the Dean of that Law College/Law university or Law School shall be given preference and registered.
Topic: Written Submission
Fake News: The Digital Pandemic.
The debate will be conducted through video conferencing (virtually) via Google meet.
The registration for the competition is Rs. Eight Hundred (800) only, per team.
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