Lucknow University Moot Court Association is organizing 1st Dr. Avatar Singh National Article Writing Competition on the occasion of Constitution Day (National Law Day), i.e., 26th November 2020.
About the University
The University of Lucknow or Lucknow University is a government-owned Indian research university based in Lucknow. Founded in 1867, the University of Lucknow is one of India’s oldest government-owned institutions of higher education. The Lucknow University, incidentally, began its journey as a small school in the Canning high school in 1864.
After 57 years, this school, located in the palace Amin-ud-Daulah, Aminabad, transformed into a university. The Lucknow University, considered to be the nation’s pride and one of the most significant educational institutions, is celebrating this year as its centenary year.
The competition provides the participants with an opportunity to win cash prizes worth Rs. 2100/-.
Last Date of Submission of Article: 24th November 2020
Students pursuing any recognized course from any recognized college/University in India are eligible to participate.
The entry fee is Rs 60/- (for both single-author & co-authorship).
The payment can be made through BHIM UPI/GOOGLE PAY/PAYTM/PHONE PAY.
The registration fee is to be paid to the following Mobile Number: 8181838340 (Name of the account holder: Nishant Veer Singh).
Kindly take the screenshot of the payment receipt in order to attach it to the registration form.
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