About the School of law
UPES School of Law combines a carefully crafted curriculum with interactive learning methods to prepare students who can contribute towards shaping the legal landscape. With faculty who are leading specialists in their respective subjects, a world-class infrastructure with an in-house moot court for experiential learning, and continuous engagements with industry and academic experts, we nurture students to become professionals who are empathetic and well-versed with the language of law?.
About the Society of Law and Literature
The Society of Law and Literature of School of Law comprises of Writer’s Club, Quiz Club, Oratory Club, Debating Society and Youth Parliament Association which aims at training and providing the students of the School of Law with the necessary tools to enhance their knowledge, creative reading, writing skills and help them showcase their other qualities such as photography, theatre, poetry and music in various literary and other competitions across the country; thereby creating an opportunity to enhance their personality. The SOLL aims at providing its members with an environment to enhance ones? confidence along with one creative and legal writing skills. It also focuses on the enhancement of innovative and original ideas of the students being reflected through various competitions in the nature of the book review, judgment writing, law op-ed, paper presentation, poetry, theatre, book writing, etc.
REVITALIZING INDIAN AGRICULTURE & NEW FARM LAWS: CHALLENGES & OPPORTUNITIES AHEAD ?
- 1. Farm Laws: Necessity of Consultation before Reforms
- 2. Farmer’s Protest & Article 19 of Constitution of India
- 3. The revival of Agriculture v. Intolerance to Reforms
- 4. Internationalization of Local Issues
- 5. Economics of Farm Reforms
- 6. Food Security: Role of Farmers
- 7. Indian Farm Laws: Testing at WTO
- 8. Farm Laws: Myth vs Reality
- 9. Business of Agriculture
- 10. Class within Class: Poor and Marginalised farmers
- 11. APMC: Needs for reforms
- 12. Mandatory Law on MSP via- a vis Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles
- 13. Rooting out Middlemen: Whom does it serve?
- 14. Management The perspective of farm protest and reforms
*These sub-themes are not exhaustive; authors are open to working on any topic related to the above-mentioned theme
This competition is open to all the students pursuing Bachelors and Post graduations degree from any College or University recognized in India
For the details regarding the competition – https://drive.google.com/file/d/1VUfUHxJHgoqdPgu39D3XbtkGpW6afiMT/view?usp=sharing
The last date of registration and submission is 31st March 23:59 hrs.
NO REGISTRATION FEES
TOTAL CASH PRIZE OF RS 17,000
- First Prize: INR 7,000 /- and an e-merit certificate;
- Second Prize: INR 5,000/- and an e-merit certificate;
- Third Prize: INR 3,000/- and an e-merit certificate;
- Fourth and Fifth: INR 1,000 /- and an e-merit certificate each
- The top 10 entries will be awarded an e-merit certificate
- The top 20 entries will be compiled and published in the UPES Student Law Review e-journal.
- All the participants will be awarded an e-participation certificate
Sunny Verdani (Secretary SoLL) – +91 9602886360 (in case you face issue while submission)
Archita Satsangi (Co- Convener Write?s club)- +91 9873388399
Himanshu Maru (PR Team)- +91 9929193492
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