As part of their Legal Literacy programme, we have introduced Quiz competitions. It’s time to put your grey cells at work and compete with quizzes from all over the country.
Do you have what it takes to be the best among them? The basis of Law is awareness, so are you aware enough to participate in the Third series Online Legal Quiz Competition to be organized by Legalfoxes.
Unlocking knowledge with the speed of thought, Legalfoxes announces its first series of Online Legal Quiz Competition is conducted.
Time: 7:00 pm to 7:30 pm
Law of Contract: 28th Feb 2020
Family Law: 29th Feb 2020
Open for All who have a passion for quizzes. Law/IAS/IPS/IRS students as well as other professionals.
LAW OF CONTRACT: INDIAN CONTRACT ACT
FAMILY LAW: HINDU AND MUSLIM LAW
Winner will be awarded Cash Prize of 2000/-, Memento & Certificate of excellence + internship + Novel/Bare Act + Free publication in the journal
Runner-up will be awarded Cash Prize of ₹1500/-, memento & Certificate of excellence + internship + + Novel/Bare Act + Free publication in the journal
3rd will be awarded a cash prize of 100, memento and certificate of excellence + internship + Novel/Bare Act + Free publication in the journal
The next 25 following best candidate will be awarded Certificate of Merit + medal + free publication in the journal
A hard copy of l certificate of participation will be given to every participant.
Format of Quiz: Quiz shall take place online, a paper will include: Multiple Choice Questions, short answers and one word.
The participant can give this exam from their home or hostel with the use of a Laptop or Mobile Phone.
Rules & Regulations
The quiz shall have 45 questions.
Time will be of 30 minutes.
Every question carries 01 marks; there will be 0.25 negative marking.
The results declared would be final and the authority vests with Legalfoxes to change or modify the same.
I am an army girl! In a barbie world! Keeper of 5 dogs. On a diet for now. Sometimes I might make punctuation mistakes, but I make up for it by bringing in a crore or two extra. What's more important, a misplaced comma, or a well-placed crore?