GNLC First All India Moot Court Competition 2020

By | February 3, 2020
GNLC First All India Moot Court Competition 2020

About Competition

Government New Law College (GNLC), Indore is organising it’s GNLC First All India Moot Court Competition 2020, which is to be held on 20th – 22nd March 2020.


The language of the competition shall be ENGLISH only.

Team Composition

Team composition shall be either of the following,

  • 3 members, of which two should be Speakers and one should be Researcher, or
  • 2 members, of which both should be speakers and one will be designated as a researcher.

Researcher’s name and details need to be specified in Registration form (researcher column).


Students enrolled in three-year LL.B or five years integrated LL.B courses from any Law College/Institution/University recognized by the Bar Council of India are eligible to register for the competition. Only one team from any University or College shall be allowed to participate.

Registration Procedure

Teams need to submit the SCANNED COPY of Registration and travel form and demand draft on [email protected] mail ID before the given deadline. A hard copy of the same shall be sent to college address- GOVERNMENT NEW LAW COLLEGE, GACC CAMPUS, A.B. ROAD BHAWARKUAN INDORE- 452001 (M.P.) before the given deadline.

The registration fee for a team shall be Rs. 3,900 Payment shall be made by demand draft in favour of:


  • ACCOUNT NO: 35414540119
  • IFSC CODE: SBIN0030467

Important Dates

  • Last date of registration by sending a scanned copy on mail: 20th Feb 2020
  • Last date of receiving the hard copy of registration form and demand draft in host college: 25th Feb 2020
  • Last date to seek clarification: 24th Feb 2020
  • Last date for submission of soft copies of the memorial: 1st March 2020
  • Last date for receiving hard copies in host college: 6th March 2020
  • Date of competition: 20-22nd March 2020


Worth 70,000 INR.


GNLC Moot Brochure Click here

Moot Problem, Rules and Regulations of the Competition Click here


Email: [email protected]

Student Conveners

  • Aditya Shrivastava: +91-96910 88839
  • Ankit Sharma: +91-79877 93796

Student Co-Convener

  • Aviral Jain: +91-94258 80473
  • Praveen Mishra: +91-88277 12527

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