About the Institution
Manipal University Jaipur (MUJ), Jaipur, India is a co-educational, residential, private research university located in the city of Jaipur, Rajasthan, India. It is the fifth university established by Manipal Global Education Services.
About the Competition
School of Law Manipal University takes great pleasure in announcing the 6th Manipal-Ranka International Moot Court Competition 2020 on 17th – 18th December 2020. In this regard, we solicit your cooperation by taking part in the Moot Court Competition.
- Each team shall comprise of three (3) members only i.e. two (2) speakers and one (1) researcher.
- Arguments shall be in English only.
- The competition is open for bonafide students pursuing five year and three year LLB programme.
- Each Law College/University shall be eligible to send one team. Team should not disclose the identity of their institution in course of proceedings in the court rooms; such disclosure shall invite penalties including disqualification.
- Each team shall be provided with the team code by draw of lots followed by exchange of memorials.
The Registration form completed with all Team Details must be submitted online via this link.
A registration fee of Rs.1000 INR (National Participants) or 30 USD (International Participants) is to be paid via this link.
No change in the names of the participants shall be permitted after the receipt of the Registration Form, except at the sole discretion of the Organizers.
Teams should clearly mention the participants’ name, contact no. including year/semester of study.
- Registration Opens: 19th October 2020
- Registration Closes: 30th November 2020
- Memorial Submission: 10th December 2020
- Competition: 17-18th December 2020
Mr Prabhpreet Singh (+91-9413336353, rabhpreet.singh[at]jaipur.manipal.edu)
Ms. Vini Kewaliya (+91-9057281175, vini.kewaliya[at]jaipur.manipal.edu)
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