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Debate Competition on IPR @ UPES, Dehradun [April 24]: Apply by April 20

By: Aprajita Karki | April 12, 2019
About the organiser:

The University of Petroleum & Energy Studies is an Indian university located in Dehradun, Uttarakhand specialising in fields of energy and power. The university was established in 2003.

About the debate competition:

TechnoLAWgy Society, School of Law, UPES, Dehradun is organising debate competition on IPR on 24th April 2019.

The debate competition shall consist of two rounds- Preliminary round (Qualifiers) and the Final round.

The themes for the qualifying preliminary round are:

1. Obscenity versus Morality under IP laws

2. Should Artificial intelligence claim IP- Ownership?

  • Participation is on an individual basis. He/she shall prepare for both the sides- “for” and “against the motion”.
  • The respective choice of motion would be decided by a participant himself/herself for the qualifying rounds.
  • Each participant shall get a maximum time of 3 minutes and 30 seconds wherein he/she shall establish the constructive supporting the argument.

Eligibility: Any UG/PG course pursuing student from any college/university.

Team Size: Individual basis

Location: UPES, Dehradun (Kandholi Campus), Uttrakhand.

Registration procedure:

Registration cap is of 75 participants and shall be done on a first come first serve basis. Fill in the google registration form, a confirmation email of the same shall be sent.

To register, click here.

Fee Details: 100 /- per participant, via PAYTM (7015194613)

Deadline: 20th April 2019

Contact
  • Aditi Bharti (9910984761, aditi.bharti[at]ddn.upes.ac.in)
  • Aayush Agarwal- 9760089997
  • Keshav Kumar- 9034272875
  • Gagan Garg- 9897318163
For the brochure, click here.

UPES IPR debate competition

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Aprajita Karki

I am an army girl! In a barbie world! Keeper of 5 dogs. On a diet for now. Sometimes I might make punctuation mistakes, but I make up for it by bringing in a crore or two extra. What's more important, a misplaced comma, or a well-placed crore?

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