SCLHR is a forum dedicated to promote research, to increase student’s ability to interpret the law to the changing situations, spread awareness of issues dealing with Comparative Constitutional law & Human Rights. The mission of the society is to promote research dealing with Constitutional Law & Human Rights topics; to make the constitution and human rights, a subject matter to read, explore, discuss debate and deliberate upon by the students beyond the classroom.
They are organising the second edition of the National UPES – SoL Constitutional Law Quiz Competition to be organized on 15th Feb 2020.
The theme for the competition shall be covered from the following:
The Constitution of India
Venue: School of Law, University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Knowledge Acres, P. O. Kandoli Via-Prem Nagar, Kandoli Campus, Dehradun, (UK) 248007
Timing: 10 AM to 2 PM.
Eligibility for the participants
Students perusing any courses from a recognized university/Institute shall be eligible to participate.
Guidelines for the competition
A team consisting of 2 individuals are allowed to participate. Multiple participations from the same institute will be considered for the competition.
The competition will be in two rounds. The details of the said rounds are as follows:
Round 1st – 50 MCQs with a time limit of 30 minutes.
Round 2nd – Oral Round (To be disclosed on spot).
Only The Teams qualifying Round 1 will go to Round 2.
In case of a tie among teams at any level, a rapid-fire round will be conducted to break such tie.
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