In 1964, at the instance and initiative of Late Ranadeb Chaudhuri and with active co-operation of some eminent educationist and persons of public spirit, who formed the first Governing Body of this college, two commodious building on the main thoroughfare of Prince Anwar Shah Road were acquired to house the college.
The buildings were remodelled to suit the purposes of a modern college with all possible amenities for students and teachers. The college started functioning from June 1965 as a co-educational institution.
About the moot
Jogesh Chandra Chaudhuri Law College Students’ Union is organizing B R Ambedkar Moot Court Competition between 23rd August 2019 and 24th August 2019 to commemorate B R Ambedkar’s contribution in the legal realm of the country.
Students pursuing the three or five-year courses of the LLB degree in the academic year 2019-2020 from any University are eligible to participate.
Team size and other information
Any Institution shall be entitled to send only one team to the Competition. The participating team shall comprise of three members, two as the Speakers and one as the Researcher. Any other additional member of such team shall not be permitted for any such participation in the Competition.
Any alteration/change in the names of the team members shall be intimated in a written application to the Organizing Committee via e-mail at jcclcsu.moot.19[at]gmail.com addressing to the Organizing Committee positively by 17th August 2019(23:59 Hours IST).
30, Prince Anwar Shah Road. Kolkata 700033. West Bengal, India.
The Teams of the Institutions shall register themselves by sending a scanned copy of the filled Registration Form via e-mail to jcclcsu.moot.19[at]gmail.com by 10th August 2019 (23:59 Hours IST).
The hard copy of the duly filled Registration Form shall be submitted on the date of competition 23rd August 2019 to the
Organizing Committee upon arrival at the College Campus at 8:30 AM.
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