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Noida International University’s National Moot Court Competition Begins

Aasavri Rai
25 Nov 2017 4:42 AM GMT
Noida International University’s National Moot Court Competition Begins
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Noida International University’s two-day national Moot Court Competition began in New Delhi on Friday.

The competition was inaugurated by Indian Law Institute director Manoj Sinha.

The competition, which features eight teams from all across India, will end on Saturday.

The preliminary and the quarter final rounds took place on Friday, whereas, the semi final and the final rounds will take place on Saturday.

The closing ceremony will witness Justice Shivakirti Singh, Former Supreme Court judge and Telecom Disputes Settlement and Appellate Tribunal Chairman, as the chief guest of the ceremony.

Justice Shivakirrti Singh will deliver the keynote address to mark the Law Day celebrations of the University and will give away prizes to the winners of the competition.

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