1st Delhi NCR Moot Court Competition–2017

(20th Jan., 2017) 

Chanderprabhu Jain College Of Higher Studies & School Of Law

[Updated].

Last Date for Registeration:14th Jan., 2017 

First published on 22nd October, 2016.

DATE AND VENUE:

The 1st DELHI, NCR Moot Court Competition is being organized by the Chanderprabhu Jain College of Higher Studies & School of Law on 20th JANUARY, 2017 in its premises at Plot No. – OCF, Sector – A8, Narela, Delhi – 110 040

SCHEDULE OF THE COMPETITION:

  • Desk Registration – 8:30 AM, 20-01-2017 (Friday)
  • Inaugural Function – 9:00 AM, 20-01-2017(Friday)
  • Briefing Session and Pick of Lots – 9.30 AM, 20-01-2017(Friday)
  • Preliminary Rounds – 10.30 AM, 20-01-2017 (Friday)
  • Quarter/Semi Rounds – 12 Noon, 20-01-2017 (Friday)
  • Finals – 2.30 PM, 20-01-2017 (Friday)
  • Valedictory Function & Prize Distribution – 4.00 PM, 20-01-2017(Friday)

CONTACT FOR INQUIRY

All the correspondence for any query, information or clarification with respect to Moot Court Rules & regulations should be addressed to following:-

FACULTY MEMBERS

(1) Prof. (Dr.) Dinesh Babu (9453182388)

(2) Ms. Shalini Tyagi (9313058335)

(3) Ms. Rashmi Chaudhary (9999062328)

STUDENT MEMBERS

(1) Ms. Prashi Tyagi ( 9311526723)

(2) Mr. Kashish Bajaj (9873379544)

(3) Ms. Khusboo Aggarwal (9555111258)

LINKS:

For Brochure, CLICK HERE

For Moot Problem, CLICK HERE

For Rules & Regulations, CLICK HERE

For Registration Form, CLICK HERE

For More Information, Visit Website,  CLICK HERE


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