First Annual TEDxNLUJAA Conference- NLUJ Assam [March 11, 2017]

By | March 3, 2017

WHAT: First Annual TEDxNLUJAA Conference

WHERE: Seminar Hall, National Law University and Judicial Academy, Assam Hajo Road, Amingaon, District: Kamrup (Rural), Guwahati – 781031.

WHEN: Saturday, March 11 from 10:00 – 4:00 pm
Talks from our invited speakers, with intermissions and performances.

WHO: 100-150 attendees, and participants consisting of a diverse group from NLU students, alumni, faculty members, and distinguished speakers from the Assam region and beyond

Join Us To

· Connect with decision makers and thought leaders.

· Be encouraged by the unique dialogue and creative ideas.

· Learn how increasing competition can increase productivity.

General Information

The event will be marked by 6 TEDx Talks from 6 renowned personalities and 3 Enthralling Performances. The registration for the event are underway on the official website and the ticketing portal. All payments for the event would be done online. Additional information about the Event, Speakers, Ticketing and Venue is available in the Brochure attached below. We also request your kind authority to distribute the information about the event among the student and teaching fraternity.

It will be our pleasure to host your students, colleagues and acquaintances in TEDxNLUJAA at the National Law University and Judicial Academy, Guwahati, Assam.

For technical assistance contact us on,

Our Email at
Our Mobile at +91-9678427967, +91-8749843526

For further information on the event,

Website is available here.

Ticketing is available here.

Facebook Page is available here.

Twitter Handle is available here.

Instagram Handle is available here.

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