St. Soldier Law College is conducting the 9th R.C. Chopra Memorial National Moot Court Competition, 2021 which is scheduled for 25-26, March 2021.
About the College
St. Soldier Law College, established in 2004, is affiliated to Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar and approved by Bar Council of India (BCI).
The St. Soldier Group of Institutions has a track record of providing the best education in the hands of competent Faculty with an effective arrangement of qualitative internship and placements. It is a sapling in the garden of St. Soldier Educational Society, which has its roots long back to the year 1958.
About the Competition
The 9th R.C. Chopra Memorial National Moot Court Competition, 2021 is scheduled for 25-26, March 2021.
The problem is based on the constitutional laws themselves. The problem this year will be focusing more on laws related to Women’s Rights, Fundamental Rights, Right to Religion. The previous eight versions of the R.C. Chopra Memorial National Moot Court Competition had been a great success; over 50 teams had participated last year.
This year’s problem is primarily focused to enable the students to collate their knowledge, aptitude, skill, smartness, and persuasive ability in concentration to present the arguments in support of their case.
Students pursuing 3 years or 5 years of Law Degree from any recognized Law School/College/University in the territorial boundaries of India are eligible to participate.
The Registration form completed with all Team Details must be submitted online by 25th February 2021 on stsoldiermootcourtsociety[at[gmail.com and the same must reach (hard copy) on or before 10th March 2020.
A registration fee of Rs. 1500/- shall be sent by way of Phonepe/NEFT/Demand Draft drawn in favor of “St. Soldier Law College”, payable at Jalandhar along with the registration form.
No change in the names of the participants shall be permitted after the receipt of the Registration Form.
Teams should clearly mention the names of all participants in the team, including course, year/semester of study, and contact number.
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