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Rayat College of Law’s National Law Fest 2019 [Sep 27-29, Ropar]: Register by Sep 20

By: Aprajita Karki | August 29, 2019

ABOUT THE COLLEGE

Rayat College of Law, Ropar, Punjab is pleased to announce and invite your institute/college/university to participate in the National Law Fest,2019 being organized from 27th – 29th September 2019.

The objective of the fest is to enhance the skills of the students and to give them a stimulating experience in varied areas of the legal profession. The fest also aims to improve the competitive spirit in an innovative process of mind and deal with learning aspects of legal education.

EVENTS and OPPORTUNITIES

The events in the fest are designed in such a way that different facts of learning are highlighted and it will be ecstasy to discover the talent amongst the students. The following events will take place:

  1. National Seminar
  2. National Client Counselling
  3. Debate Competition
  4. Poster Making Competition
  5. Proposition Writing
  6. Quiz Competition in Law
  7. Poetry Competition
  8. Declamation
  9. Celebrity Advocacy
  10. Slogan Writing Competition
  11. Essay Writing Competition

REGISTRATION DETAILS

The registration form is here.

The last date for registration in National Law Fest, 2019 for all the events is 20th September 2019. For further information regarding registration and other rules kindly refer to the brochure.

CONTACT DETAILS

CONVENER: DR.AKASHDEEP SINGH (ASST. PROFESSOR)-9815374368

CO-CONVENER: MR.SOHNU SAINI & MR. AJITABH MISHRA (ASST.PROFESSORS)-9501880526

STUDENT CONVENERS

  1. MS. ROUBBLE (Vth YEAR)-7087097712
  2. MR. VAIBHAV SAINI (IVth YEAR)-9650860141
  3. MR. AKASH MANOCHA (IVth YEAR)-8950162636

E-mail: rcl.lawfest2019[at]gmail.com, rcl.nationallawfest[at]rgi.ac.in

For full details, click here.

Rayat College of Law's National Law Fest 2019

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Aprajita Karki

I am an army girl! In a barbie world! Keeper of 5 dogs. On a diet for now. Sometimes I might make punctuation mistakes, but I make up for it by bringing in a crore or two extra. What's more important, a misplaced comma, or a well-placed crore?

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