The Faculty of Law, University of Delhi(DU) was established in 1924 by University of Delhi. Dr. Hari Singh Gaur, was its first Dean and was also the Vice Chancellor of the University. The Faculty of Law was initially located in the Prince’s Pavilion in the Old Vice Regal Lodge Grounds, where presently the Anthropology Department is housed. In 1963 it was moved to its present location on Chhatra Marg, North Campus, University of Delhi.
Council for Green Revolution (CGR), a non-profit organization based out of Hyderabad, was founded on 22nd April 2010 (Earth Day), to work towards pressing environmental issues. The rapid erosion of greenery and degradation of ecosystems in semi-arid regions of Southern India gave the impetus for a positive, proactive, and massive green movement.
About the Essay Competition
The Faculty of Law, University of Delhi (DU) along with Council for Green Revolution (CGR) is organising a National Level Essay Competition.
The competition is open to all law students (LL.B/LL.M) in India.
Environment Protection in the Post-COVID-19 Era: Strengthening the Environmental Laws and Avoiding Dilution.
COVID-19: A wake up call for the world to put a check on Environmental hazard
Revisiting environmental law and policy in the COVID Era
Turning Covid-19 crisis into an environmental and economic opportunity
COVID 19: An opportunity to develop or dilute environmental standards?
Implementing Sustainable Development Goals: Legal and Policy perspectives
1st Prize: Rs. 30,000/-
2nd Prize: Rs. 20,000/-
3rd Prize: Rs. 10,000/-
Note: Certificates will be given to all the participants.
How to Submit?
E-mail the essays to lawforsd[at]gmail.com.
Deadline for submission: 31st July 2020, by 11:59 P.M. IST
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