KIIT School of Law was established by KIIT(Deemed to be University) in 2007. Academic programmes of the School are recognized and approved by the Bar Council of India (BCI), the apex body regulating the legal education in India, and UGC.
About the competition:
School of Law, KIIT University, Bhubaneswar is going to organize the 5th KNMTC, 2019.
The college has been a host to the last 4 editions of the competition which have been a success and have also left an impact on the legal diaspora. School of Law, KIIT University, Bhubaneswar has been one of the few proponents of the Trial Advocacy Competition which has given a divergent angle to the mooting culture across the country.
Students pursuing their bachelor’s degree in the current calendar year in a three-year course or five years course in law from any recognized school/ college/ university are eligible to participate in the competition.
Each team shall consist of 3 members (2 speakers + 1 researcher). However, a team of 2 members (2 speakers) can also participate upon written confirmation of the same from the organizers.
CAMPUS 16, SCHOOL OF LAW, KIIT UNIVERSITY, BHUBANESWAR.
The registration procedure will be done in two phases. First will be the online phase and second will be offline phase. Each team will be required to pay a one-time fee of ₹4,000/-and has to be paid in shape of demand draft in favour of KALINGA INSTITUTE OF INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY payable at Bhubaneswar.
Non-payment of registration fee shall result in cancellation of the registration of the participating team.
Each team will be required to pay a one-time fee of ₹4,000/-and has to be paid in shape of demand draft in favour of KALINGA INSTITUTE OF INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY payable at Bhubaneswar.
The last date for online registration is 5th March, 2019.
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