7th Smt. Kashibai Navale National Moot Court Competition, 2021 will be hosted by Sinhgad Law College via virtual mode on 28th & 29th May 2021 from the STES’s Sinhgad Law College Campus, Ambegaon (Bk), Pune, Maharashtra.
The competition will be conducted through the online platform MICROSOFT TEAMS. All the participating teams should have good access to internet and be able to access the above said online platform at the scheduled dates and time.
The Competition is open to all Law Colleges/Law Schools in India recognized by the Bar Council of India. The participation is limited to LL.B/B.A.LL.B students both in the Three-year Course and Five-Year Course.
Only one team from each participating institution shall be registered for the competition. Each team shall comprise three members (two speakers and one researcher).
For a team is Rs. 2000/- which comprises of three members i.e., two speakers and one researcher. Team codes shall be
allotted within 24 hours of registration.
The team willing to participate must register on or before 10th April 2021 by submitting the registration form: https://forms.gle/q1YCTYVZHfpG9YYJ6 and making an online payment of Rs. 2000/- as registration fee through NEFT/RTGS/ NET BANKING to the provided bank details of Sinhgad Law College or for Rs. 2000/-
Account Holder Name: Sinhgad Technical Educational Institute
Branch: Pune 
Account Number: 3646593391
E-mail id: email@example.com
The dress code for the competition will be as per prescribed by The Bar Council of India.
The Court will follow its own procedure within the accepted norms of judicial practice, and in case of doubt or dispute in the matter of procedure or facts, the decision of the presiding member of the Panel of Judges of each Court shall be final.
Dates for competition has been extended to 28th and 29th May, 2021
Registration extended to 30th April, 2021.
Memorial submission date extended to 15th May, 2021.
For any queries, please write to mcsslc2020[at]gmail.com
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