Litigium, The Student-governed Debating Society of Faculty of Law, Jagran Lakecity University, Bhopal is is organizing its 1st version of British Parliamentary Debate “CREDENCE”, which is scheduled from 28th to 30th May, 2021.
About the Event
The intention of this Competition is to foster the debating tradition within the Educational Institutes taking part. This competitors is a golden alternative for all of the debaters who want to enhance their Debating Skills and develop their general character.
The Competition is open to the Students enrolled in U.G. & P.G. Courses and International Schools.
The format of the controversy might be British Parliamentary Debate (BP). Each taking part workforce should encompass two college students (Institutional and Cross-Institutional groups could register).
Adjudicators for the competitors could also be institutional or impartial.
Closing of Registrations (II-Round): 15th May 2021
Dates of Competition: 28th to 30th May 2021
Rs. 300/- per speaker or $5 every
Rs. 300/- per Adjudicator or $5 every
UPI Number: 7470849722
- Account Name: JAGRAN LAKECITY UNIVERSITY
- Bank Name: HDFC BANK LTD
- Branch: Gulmohar Branch, Bhopal
- Account Number: 50100167887838
- IFSC Code: HDFC0002486
The link to the Team Registration and Adjudicator Registration kind: https://forms.gle/brKar7X4JrDzjgbo9
In case of any queries relating to the competitors, please be happy to succeed in out to us at litigiumsol[at]jlu.edu.in or on the contact numbers talked about beneath:
Prachi Bhuraria: +919575626531.
Anadi Nayak: +917470849722.
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