Techno India University is a private university in Kolkata, which is in the state of West Bengal in India. Its campus is in Salt Lake City. It was inaugurated on 7 August 2012, by the Chief Minister of West Bengal, Mamata Banerjee
About the Moot
The School of Law, Techno India University West Bengal is organising its Moot Court Competition on 6th and 7th of February, 2020. This is a great platform for students to imbibe key skills and delve deep into the subject of Cyberlaw – a subject that is turning out to be hugely important in this Digital Age.
Venue of Competition
Techno India University, Sector-V, Salt Lake, Kolkata – 700091, West Bengal, India.
The Moot Court Competition will include
Preliminary Round: 6th February
Semi-Final and Final Rounds: 7th February
Issue of the Moot Problem
The moot court problem raised on contemporary issues in the context of ‘Cyber Law’
All students enrolled and pursuing a 3-year LLB programme or a 5-year integrated LLB programme shall be eligible to participate in the Moot Court Competition organized by the School of Law, Techno India University. A University/institution can send multiple teams to participate in the event.
Date of Competition
6th February – 7th February 2020
Handsome Cash Awards, Trophies and Certificates would be awarded to the winners, runner-up, and second runner-up of the Moot Court Competition organized by the School of Law, Techno India University
A maximum of 3 participants per group is allowed. An institution/ University can send multiple teams to represent their institution.
Last date of registration: 6th February 2020
Preliminary Round: 6th February 2020
Semi-Final and Finals: 7th February 2020
All the teams willing to participate in the ‘Moot Court Competition organized by the School of Law, Techno India University’ must express their willingness for the same by getting in touch with the event coordinators on or before February 06th, 2020, 9.30 AM IST.
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