Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad’s Model World Economic Forum [March 3-4] Prizes Worth Rs. 75K, Register by Feb 2

By | January 19, 2018

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The Centre for Specialization in Business and Innovation of Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad will be holding the first of its kind – ‘The Asymmetric Shock’, a national level model World Economic Forum, in Hyderabad on 3rd and 4th March, 2018. The event shall replicate the sessions of the World Economic Forum.

‘Asymmetric Shock’ encapsulates the functioning of the World Economic Forum. The Forum comprises of delegates from countries all over the world who will discuss and deliberate on topics of economic interests. Candidates are expected to register either as single or double delegations. Based on the outcome of the discussion, recommendations will be framed in the mutual interest of all participating members.

Awards and Prizes

The First, Second and Third Best Delegate shall be awarded Cash Prizes, Merchandise, and Trophies worth up to Rs. 75,000. In addition, each candidate shall receive Participating Certificates and the Winners shall receive Certificates of Appreciation.


Symbiosis Law School-Hyderabad, Survey No. 292, Off Bangalore Highway, Village: Mamidipalle, Mandal: Nandigama, District: Rangareddy, Telangana.


For Registrations click here.

Candidates shall be selected on the basis of previous experience of MUN, Parliamentary Debates etc.

The selected candidates must make an online payment of a total fee of Rs. 2000 inclusive of accommodation, food, travel, and registration.

Double delegations will have to pay a fee of Rs. 3800, inclusive of the above.

The payment must be made within 1 week of the announcement of the first selection list.

The last date for registering is Feb 2, 2018.


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