Shri Sharda Bhavan Education Society’s Narayanrao Chavan Law College, Nanded is organising its Moot Court Competition. This is the 41st year of Moot Court Competition & Since 2014 the college has decided to make it a much bigger event & since then this will be the 7th National Level Moot Court Competition.
Date of Competition: 14th March 2020, Saturday.
Venue: Narayanrao Chavan Law College, VIP Road, Nanded-431602 (Maharashtra)
Eligibility & Registration
The team from Law Colleges and Universities all over India, recognized by Bar Council of India shall be eligible to participate in the competition.
The members of each team should comprise of two members i.e. two Mooters. One institution is allowed to send only one entry.
Members of the team should be undergraduate law students either pursuing 3 Years or Years law course.
Each team shall pay Registration Fees of Rs.2000/- by-Demand Draft drawn in the name of The Principal, Narayanrao Chavan Law College, Nanded, payable at Nanded; or
Bank: Corporation Bank
Current A/c Number: 520101048956860
IFSC Code: CORP0001028
The teams must register on or before 25th February 2020, by sending a scanned copy of Registration Form along with Scanned copy of Demand Draft or Screenshot of Online payment and a covering letter at nclcnmoot[at]gmail.com. The original hard copy of the registration form along with demand draft or print of online payment and covering letter shall be sent along with the memorials.
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