JECRC University, Jaipur, Rajasthan is one of the Premier University of North India, established under The JECRC University Act, 2012 of Government of Rajasthan. JECRC University had started Faculty of Law in 2017 with approval of Bar Council of India.
About the Event
To avoid the boredom of the quarantine and to keep your legal knowledge updated Faculty of Law JECRC University is back with KVIZ: 2 nd National Online Legal Quiz Competition for Law student. So, buckle up guys and show your participation in this interesting National legal Quiz from home.
Last date for Registration: 23rd May 2020
This Competition is on 2 Subjects
Indian Penal Code (IPC)
Date and Time of the Competition
Indian Penal Code (IPC): 25th May 2020 (4 – 4:45 pm)
Family Law: 26th May 2020 (4 – 4:45 pm)
Law Student pursuing 3 year or 5-year course from any recognized university/Colleges.
The quiz shall take place online through Google Quiz, the paper will include Multiple Choice Questions only.
It shall have 50 questions.
45 minutes will be allotted to attempt and submit.
Each question will carry 01 marks and there will be no negative marking.
The results declared would be final and the authority vests with organizers, to change or modify the same.
Note: In case 2 or more participants secure the same marks then submission time will be considered as judgment criteria.
Participants are required to register and pay the amount through Paytm or Google pay.
For One Subject: Rs. 70/-
For Two Subjects: Rs. 120/-
Paytm: 9929016828 (Harshit Gupta)
Google Pay: 9772346640 (Priyanshi Khunteta)
Participants are required to send a screenshot of payment on above mentioned number respectively.
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