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Student Achievements

2nd Nation Wide Competition on 'Constitutional and Legal Rights of Women'

The National Law University, Delhi organized 2nd Nation Wide Competition on 'Constitutional and Legal Rights of Women' for students of the university in collaboration with National Commission of Women on 6th December, 2018. The competition saw participation of around 35 students in an hour long written test comprising of Multiple Choice Questions competition on various laws dealing with women issues.


The winners are:


1st Prize (one only) - Tushar - 7th Semester- 75BALLB15 [cash prize Rs 2000/-]
2nd Prize( one only)- Pragya Dwivedi-7th Semester 53BALLB15 [cash prize Rs 1500/-]
3rd Prize (five) - [cash prize Rs 1000/- each]

Preetam Bharti- 9th Semester- 45BALLB14
Aditya Ananad- 5th Semester-7LLB16
Atul- 5th Semester- 29BALLB16
Aditendra Singh- 1st Semester- 3LLB18
Naman Agarwal- 1st Semester- 46



Mr. Puneet Dinesh, a student of NLU Delhi, adjudged as the winner of Kachwaha & Partners 5th Arbitration Excel Essay Writing Competition

Mr. Puneet Dinesh, third year student of B.A LL.B (Hons.)  programme at NLU Delhi has been adjudged as the winner of Kachwaha & Partners 5th Arbitration Excel essay writing competition.  Mr. Puneet Dinesh being the 1st prize winner in the said competition won a cash prize of Rs. 1 Lakh .

 

The results page of the essay writing competition could be accessed here: http://www.kaplegal.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=71&Itemid=67  

 

The abstract of the essay could be accessed here: http://www.kaplegal.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=70&Itemid=68




9th NUJS-HSF National Corporate Law Moot Court Competition (March 3-5 2017)




Debating Achievements (2015-16)
  1. Winner, People Speak Parliamentary Debate, Sri Venketeshwara College, Delhi University (Sanjeevi Seshadri (5th Year) and Raunaq Chandrashekar (5th Year) were adjudged BEST and 2nd BEST speakers respectively).
  2. Winner, BITS National Parliamentary Debate, BITS Pilani Goa Campus. (Tarun Sundaram (2nd Year) and Kaustub Narendran (2nd Year) were adjudged BEST and 2nd BEST speaker respectively)
  3. Winner, Frank Thakur Das Memorial Parliamentary Debate, Kirorimal College, Delhi University. (Raunaq Chandrashekar (5th Year) was adjudged the 3rd BEST speaker)
  4. Winner, 67th Mukerji Memorial Parliamentary Debate, St. Stephens College, Delhi University. (Raunaq Chandrashekar (5th Year) was adjudged the BEST speaker)
  5. Winner, Polemic National Parliamentary Debate, Ramjas College, Delhi University. (Raunaq Chandrashekar (5th Year) was adjudged the 2rd BEST speaker)
  6. Winner, 9th Shanti Narayan Parliamentary Debate, Hindu College, Delhi University. (Raunaq Chandrashekar (5th Year) was adjudged the BEST speaker)
  7. Runner-up, IIT-Delhi Parliamentary Debate, IIT-Delhi. (Kaustub Narendran (2nd Year) was adjudged the 2rd BEST speaker)


A team consisting of Sanya Sud, Saniya Sharma, Dev Dutta Mukhopadhyay and Hardik Singh from NLU, Delhi participated in the 11th ICC Mediation Competition, 2016, held in Paris and received Best Mediation Advocacy Award from ICC besides receiving excellent feedback from judges.

The University Administration hereby congratulates these studentsfor their achievement and for bringing laurels to the University.

List of Students who cleared Civil Services Examination conducted by UPSC

  1. Mr. Paramvir Singh ('13) secured AIR 29 -
    E-mail: paramvir2006@yahoo.com
  2. Ms. Aashika Jain ('14) secured AIR 74 –
    E-mail: aashika2009@gmail.com
  3. Mr. Harshit Bansal ('14) secured AIR 333 -
    E-mail: harshbansal3@gmail.com