January 23, 2022

School of Law, UPES’- You, Amend Your Constitution 3.0 Competition: Submit by Nov 19 [Cash Prizes Worth Rs 9,000]

About UPES, School of Law

UPES, School of Law was established in 2007 with the objective to produce competent legal professionals. Since, then it has been a pioneer in grooming modern day legal professionals with multi-disciplinary edge by providing specialized courses in Energy Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Corporate Law, Taxation Law, Techno-legal Law, Media Law and others.

About Society for Constitutional Law & Human Rights

SCLHR is a forum dedicated to promote research, to increase student’s ability to interpret the law to the changing situations, spread awareness of issues dealing with Comparative Constitutional law & Human Rights. The mission of the society is to promote research dealing with Constitutional law & Human Rights topics; to make the constitution and human rights, a subject matter to read, explore, discuss, debate and deliberate upon by the students beyond the
classroom.

The Objective of the UPES’ You, Amend Your Constitution

The objective is to provide an opportunity for the students to propose amendments to the Constitution based on their rational thoughts and to defend it. The competition is divided into two segments, the first being the written submission followed by oral arguments.

Eligibility for the UPES’ You, Amend Your Constitution

Students perusing graduate and post-graduate degree in any fields of study can participate in the competition.

Important Dates

  • 16th November 2020: Last date for Registration
  • 19th November 2020: Last date for Write-up submissions
  • 21st November 2020: Result Announcement for Round 1
  • 23rd November 2020: Orals Round and Results (through online platforms)

Awards

  • 1st Prize: 4000/- + e- certificate of merit
  • 2nd Prize: 3000/- + e- certificate of merit
  • 3rd Prize: 2000/- + e-certificate of merit

A certificate of merit will be provided to top 10 participants and participation certificates to all the participants.

Registration Fee

Free

To register, Click Here.

For Guidelines for UPES’ You Amend Your Constitution, Click Here

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