The Centre for Law and Policy Research (CLPR) is excited to announce the 3rd edition of ConQuest: India’s Premiere National Quiz on the Indian Constitution, History and Politics. Building on to the success of the previous editions of the Quiz, ConQuest 2018 will aim to further expand participation and deepen content.
The Quiz will consist of four regional rounds (Delhi, Kolkata, Pune and Bangalore) and a national finals (Bangalore) in the month of September.
ConQuest 2018 will encourage and facilitate students to engage with India’s rich constitutional tradition. It will draw on topics that include the Indian Constitution, law, politics, history and current affairs.
Who can participate?
It is open to undergraduate and graduate students from all disciplines.
What is the format of the quiz?
It will consist of four regional rounds and a national finals.
Each regional round consists of a preliminary and a regional final round. Both will be conducted on the same day.
The preliminary round will be a written test on the basis of which a total of six teams will be selected to go onstage to compete at the regional final as follows:
the top five highest scoring teams
one all women team/team with one woman member (mixed team) with the highest score
The top two teams from each regional final round will compete at the nationals final to be held in Bangalore.
What topics will the Quiz draw on?
The Quiz will be broadly based on Indian Constitution, politics, law, history and current affairs.
What are the rules and regulation governing the quiz?
Please find the rules and regulations for ConQuest 2018 here.
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