IAMR Law College, a professional autonomous college functioning under the aegis of Ideal Educational Society, established in the year 2000 IAMR in parts rigorous and multi-disciplinary legal education with a view to producing world-class legal professionals, scholars & public servants.
About the Competition
IAMR Law College is organizing an essay writing competition for the purpose of encouraging all the students to showcase their unique writing skill. This competition is set up to encourage budding writers from all parts of India and provide them with professional support in becoming successful.
Human Rights as a Principle for the Protection of Traditional Knowledge and Indigenous Knowledge.
All undergraduate and postgraduate students from recognized Colleges/Universities are eligible for the event.
Only one submission per author will be accepted. Multiple or incomplete submission lead to disqualification.
All participant have to register themselves with the required registration fee (Rs. 400/-) on or before 10 February 2020.
The fee should be submitted by:
Demand Draft in favor of IAMR LAW COLLEGE, GHAZIABAD with the registration form through NEFT at:
Bank: Kotak Mahindra Bank, Rajnagar, RDC
Account holder name- IAMR Law College
Account number: 6711492554
IFSC code: KKBK0000677
Date of Registration: 10th February 2020
Last of Date Essay submission: 18th February 2020
Date of Result Declaration: 28th February 2020
First prize: Rs.2100
Second prize: Rs.1100
Third prize: Rs.551
02 consolation prize: Rs.251
Note: Certificates shall be issued to the entire participant
Method of Submission and Rules
Full text of the Essay will be accepted only by email (collegeiamrlaw[at]gmail.com) on or before 18th February 2020.
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