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About the Event
Topic: Cultivation of mind should be the ultimate aim of human existence.
With these words of Dr. Ambedkar we should all remember the efforts that were made to get the Constitution of India into it its current state; a living breathing and ever growing organism. As we near the end of the lockdown phase and get back to our academic lives with full efficiency we shall bring with a zeal of rejuvenated energy.
The same energy that will help us get things back to normal and one such stride on the same path from our end is the organization of Legitimate Scrutiny National Constitutional Quiz Competition to stir and give new life to your knowledge of the most important subject of law for an Indian law student, The Constitution of India.
As mentors, we think that it is our duty to give law students a chance to make a quick revision with regard to the subject of The Indian Constitution and get back to their academic lives with a fresh start and a better understanding of this subject.
All students pursuing an undergraduate/post-graduate/doctorate degree shall be eligible.
Any person holding an under-graduate/post-graduate/doctorate degree shall be eligible.
Last Date of Registration: 24th October 2020.
Date of Competition: 25th October 2020.
Declaration of Result: 8th November 2020.
Registration Fees for the Event is ₹100.
Payment can be made via PhonePe or Paytm on 8979377962 or via UPI-id 8979377962@ybl.
1st Prize: Rs. 5000 + Certificate of Excellence.
2nd Prize: Rs. 3000 + Certificate of Excellence.
3rd Prize: Rs. 2000 + Certificate of Excellence.
For any further queries or questions please contact us at legitimatescrutiny[at]gmail.com.
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