University School of Law & Legal Studies is one of the constituent schools of Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University. Established in 2001, the objective of the University School of Law and Legal Studies was to run a Five Year Integrated Professional Law Course and to serve as an institution of advanced legal studies.
It was the first University Law School established in the vicinity of the Supreme Court, Delhi High Court, various subordinate courts, commissions, tribunals and various monitoring offices of national and international voluntary organizations.
About the Event
In pursuance of this quest to grow, University School of Law & Legal Studies is conducting the ‘1st All India Online Vimarsh Competition’, an online elocution competition to further the prospect of public speaking among students and to help them in igniting themselves and those around them in creating awareness about this situation that affects us all equally.
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Entry is on a first come first serve basis. The confirmed participants will be informed through email about the same.
The participants have to send their entries in the form of mp4 format video to our official email account usllscompetitions.ggsipu[at]gmail.com, which would be uploaded on our social media platforms. The size of the video must not be more than 60-70 MB.
Participants shall speak on the given topic but it should be understood that politicization of the issue, promoting bias, and not engaging in a healthy exchange of opinions would lead to disqualification.
The entry which gets the maximum number of “likes” along with the decision of the organizers shall be the winner. (please refer the judging criteria below).
Maximum time limit is 3 minutes.
Use of background music or props is prohibited.
Use of unparliamentary language or socially, morally suggestive expressions is prohibited.
Irrelevant content will not be considered.
The medium of language are both English and Hindi.
Use of any kind of unfair or illicit means will straightaway lead to disqualification.
The same will be monitored by the organising committee.
No requests whatsoever shall be entertained thereafter.
By sending the videos, the creator transfers all rights over the video to the University.
60% weightage shall be given by the judges of the event.
40% weightage shall be given to the number of likes received on the videos to be uploaded on the Youtube Channel. Depending on the average of “Likes” received on all the videos, the weightage of each like shall be calculated.
Top 2 entries from each category i.e. English and Hindi will be awarded Special Certificate of merit [E-Certificates].
The Overall Winner would be adjudged as the ‘Best Speaker’ [E-certificate] and any other reward as and when possible as per the routine course of the University.
Certificate for all participants [E- Certificates].
There is no registration fee.
Interested students are requested to fill this google form to register for the event.
Last date for submission: 28th May 2020 (11:59 am i.e. prior to 12 noon)
Commencement of polling: 29th May 2020, 12 AM Onwards
End of polling: 1st June 2020, 12 AM.
Declaration of results: on or before 5th June 2020
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