NLUJ: 1STPranita Mehta Memorial Essay Competition, 2016

Simran Sahni
29 Sep 2016 12:50 PM GMT
NLUJ: 1STPranita Mehta Memorial Essay Competition, 2016
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Corporate Law Society [“CLS”], National Law University [“NLU”], Jodhpur is pleased to announce the 1stPranita Mehta Memorial Essay Competition, 2016 in memory of Ms. Pranita Mehta, an exceptional student of NLU, Jodhpur.

Eligibility Criteria:

All students pursuing under-graduate (three/five year) or post-graduate law degrees from any law school/university/college recognized by the Bar Council of India are eligible to participate in the Competition.


  1. Self-listing of stock exchanges: Should it be permitted?

  2. Fantasy trading and legality thereof

  3. Effects of gender diversification in the Company’s Board of Directors

  4. Amendments to the Indo-Mauritius Double Taxation Avoidance Treaty: A step in the rightdirection?

Registration Fee:

No registration fee is required for participation.

Submission Procedure:

A soft copy of the submission has to be mailed to [email protected]


  • Last Date of Registration: 15th November, 2016(11:59 pm)

  • Last Date of Submission of the Essay: 15th January, 2017 (11:59 pm)



  • First Prize:  15,000/-

  • Second Prize:  10,000/-

  • Third Prize:  5,000/-

Top ten submissions shall be given merit certificates.

Contact Persons:

Any queries may be directed to [email protected]or the following:

  1. Shivesh Aggarwal, Convenor, CLS: +91-9799558526

  2. Dishi Bhomawat, Convenor, CLS: +91-9001921926

  3. Khusboo Agarwal, Adviser, CLS: +91-9799568309

  4. Varun Mansinghka, Adviser, CLS: +91-8094860084

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