Dr. Ambedkar Govt. Law College, Puducherry is organising 39th All India Moot Court Competition, 2020 from 27th to 29th March 2020.
Date and Venue: 27th to 29th March 2020 at Dr. Ambedkar Govt. Law College, Mathur Road, Kalapet, Puducherry
Participation is restricted to bonafide undergraduate students o f5 years/3 years LL.B. programme of any University/College/Institution (recognised by the Bar Council of India).
Each Institution participating in the competitions hall send a team consisting of two Speakers and one Researcher. In any case, the team shall not consist of more than 3 participants. The institutions/colleges running both 5years and 3 years courses can send two teams one representation from each course. Their travelling expenses shall be borne by the respective participating Institution.
Institutions those are interested in sending a team to participate in this Moot Court Competition are required to send an e-mail to 39mccaglc2020[at]gmail.com to provisionally register for the same. The last date for provisional registration is 8th of March,
A confirmation e-mail will be sent to the colleges who send in the provisional registration mails.
The participating team must submit the hard copy of Registration Form along with DD and travel form on or before 12th March 2020. The Registration Form should be sent by post to The Principal, Dr. Ambedkar Government Law College, Mathur Road, Kalapet, Puducherry-605014.
Upon the receipt of the hard copy of the registration form, team codes of the participating teams will be sent via mail.
After Registration, any request for change of name/participants will not be entertained except at the sole discretion of the Moot Committee. Registration fee is Rs. 2500/-for each participating team, payable by way of DD drawn in favor of The Principal, Dr. Ambedkar Government Law College, Puducherry, payable at Puducherry.
Dr. Hemant Kumar Varun, Assistant Professor (7094041942)
Dr. Gurminder Kaur, Assistant Professor (8968626446)
Dr. P. Angayarkani, Assistant Professor (9843088763)
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