THE REPUBLIC DAY QUIZ [REGISTRATION CLOSED]

The Republic Day Quiz Poster

The Legal Boffin in association with ALERT (Association for Legal Empowerment and Rural Transformation), Kerala, is proud to present its very first National Quiz this Republic Day!

DETAILS

Topic: The Quiz will contain questions from the Indian Constitution – History and New Dimensions.

Date/ Day: 26. 1. 2021/ Tuesday

Time: 7 PM

Format: MCQ

Duration: 30 minutes

Language: English

Platform: Google Forms

PRIZE

The most outstanding performance will be selected as the winner of the competition and will be awarded Two thousand rupees and a certificate.

The runner up will be awarded with One thousand rupees and a certificate.

All the other participants will be awarded a certificate of participation.

NOTE: Selected winners must provide a copy of their college ID card to be eligible for the prize.

HOW TO REGISTER?

Registration for the quiz will be done over Google forms. All additional information regarding the quiz will be sent to the Email or Whatsapp account of the registered participants one hour before the commencement of the quiz.

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ABOUT THE ORGANIZERS

The Legal Boffin is a student-run legal blog born from the joint effort of the students and faculty of the Government Law College, Kozhikode. Our vision is to cultivate an interest towards the legal landscape of India, encourage open dialogues, provide and encourage a free flow of information and knowledge, and make the skills and resources for legal research and writing accessible. Find us @ https://thelegalboffin.com/

ABOUT THE EVENT SPONSORS

ALERT

Association for Legal Empowerment & Rural Transformation (registered under the Travancore- Cochin Literary, Scientific, Charitable Societies Registration Act, 1955) primarily intends to act as a platform to generate public opinion in socio-legal issues; and to maintain a proper co-ordination and harmony between the law makers and the public. The principal objectives are:

  • A – Awareness- through informal and formal legal education
  • L – Legal aid- through public interest litigations
  • E – Evaluation- through critical appraisal of judgments, legislations and policies
  • R – Research- through multi-disciplinary approach for law reform
  • T – Training- through customized packages for ‘social engineers’

To learn more about ALERT, visit: http://alertkerala.org/

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