Jus Dicere’s National Quiz on Criminal Law [June 30]: Prizes Worth Rs. 75K; Register by June 15


Law operates with the purpose to create a utopian society which though impossible still remains the point of aspiration. A utopian society is where people live in harmony and peace and there is no space for criminal activity or laws to regulate them. However to achieve this utopian society we do need these criminal laws, to regulate standard conduct and regulate delinquent derelict behaviour and enforce reformative action to rehabilitate them back into the mainstream society.

In India, the Indian Penal Code, 1860 and the Criminal Procedure Code, 1973 define the offences, the punishment as well as the procedure around the same the importance of which cannot be reiterated enough. Hence, Jus Dicere brings to you ‘ Jus Dicere’s National Quiz on Criminal Law’ aimed at engaging and amplifying your knowledge on the two most important piece of legislation in India, the IPC as well as the CrPC.

We look forward to participation from Researchers & students studying in any Law Schools / Colleges / Departments of the Universities recognized by Bar Council of India. Post Graduate Students are also eligible to participate.

Winner will be awarded Cash Prize, Gift hamper & Certificate of Merit.
Runner-up will be awarded Gift hamper & Certificate of Merit.
The next 10 following best participant will be awarded Cash Coupon of 5000/- each from Jus Dicere & Certificate of Merit.
Participation certificate will be provided to every participant.

Guidelines & Regulation

The Quiz shall take place online, for detailed guidelines click here
Important Dates

Last Date of Registration: June 15, 2018
Date of Event: June 30, 2018 (19.00 IST)
Declaration of Result: July 05, 2018
Dispatch of certificates: July 15, 2018

Registration & Submission Procedure

You can register for the competition by clicking Here.
Successfully registered participants will be provided with a link to participate in the quiz by June 28, 2018.

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Registration Fee

A nominal fees of ₹150/- is applicable for registration. You can register here and pay online via Debit Cards & Credit Cards, Netbanking, Wallets or UPI.

If you want to pay via Paytm, Kindly paytm us at 9717828744 (Jus Dicere) & send a screenshot of payment along with your name & email address either via WhatsApp or email.
Reach Us

Say Hello, Need any clarification, or just wants to chat?

Drop us an email at event@jusdicere.co.in or WhatsApp at +91 9810878005

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