About Government Law College, Mumbai
Government Law College, Mumbai, founded in 1855, is Asia’s oldest law college and was established in 1855. GLC, which has a rich heritage and pedigree, is the repository of erudition in the legal firmament and has had the privilege of guidance and tutelage under eminent legal luminaries who have adorned the benches of the Supreme Court of India and the Bombay High Court.
About the GLC Debate
The Debating and Literary Society of GLC, Mumbai aims to mould well informed and aware citizens of the country and promote the culture of debate, and make room for discourse, dissent and discussion in the student community. For which, parliamentary debating was sought as a means.
We are opening registrations for the fourth edition of The GLC Debate. The international debate tournament is scheduled for February 28, 2020-March 1, 2020, and will be a British Parliamentary Debate.
The Debate follows an open tournament policy allowing cross teams, independent adjudicators and graduates. As for institutional contingents, we will be following N+1 Rule.
Registration for the tournament can be done on: this form.
Phase- I of Registration ends at 11PM on January 7, 2020.
Post Phase-I of Registration, we will release the First Allocation List. Thereafter, the points of contact will be intimated about the payment details and deadlines to confirm their slots at the tournament.
Eventual Phases are contingent on availability of slots.
Registration Fee for the Debate is ₹1800/-, without accommodation.
With Accommodation, the fee is ₹2600/-.
It is to be noted that the accommodation fee covers a hotel stay for two nights (February 28, 2020 and February 29, 2020), with checkout being at 10AM on March 1, 2020.
For any further queries, please contact:
Cheshta Tater at +91 73820 33385; or
Write to us at email@example.com
Full details regarding the event are available on this Facebook page.
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