The Debates and Discussions Society of Campus Law Centre aims at fostering enlightened minds through appreciation of timeless ideas and values, and open-minded dialogue on contemporary issues with the combined initiatives of the teachers and the students at the CLC.
In furtherance of its objective, the society organises an annual debating event “Confero” wherein students from across DELHI, NCR are invited to participate in order to present their views and engage in a brainstorming discussion.
The Debates and Discussion Society(DDS) of Campus Law Centre, DU is organising the Annual Debating event, the CONFERO, on the 9th of April 2019 on the topic “SIMULTANEOUS ELECTIONS –a boon for electoral process in India”.
This debate exemplifies the constant endeavour of the nearly century-old institution to provide a platform for diverse views on the contemporary reforms required in the electoral process, the legal issues lingering behind it, helping to unravel the boons and banes.
Call for Abstracts
Students are required to submit 300-500 words abstract.
They can decide to take a position either For the Motion or Against the Motion. The abstract should clearly indicate the side chosen by the participant and reflect a view consistent with it.
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