- Apprentice Lawyer
The Centre for Law and Policy Research (CLPR) is hosting the third edition of ConQuest: India’s Premiere National Quiz on the Indian Constitution, History and Politics.
The quiz will consist of four regional rounds (Delhi, Kolkata, Pune and Bangalore) and a national finals (Bangalore) to be held in the month of September.
Here are a few details on the quiz:
Who can participate?
It is open to undergraduate and graduate students from all disciplines.
What is the format of the quiz?
It will consist of four regional rounds and a national finals.
Each regional round consists of a preliminary and a regional final round. Both will be conducted on the same day.
The preliminary round will be a written test on the basis of which a total of six teams will be selected to go onstage to compete at the regional final as follows:
The top two teams from each regional final round will compete at the national final to be held in Bangalore.
What topics will the quiz draw on?
The quiz will be broadly based on Indian Constitution, politics, law, history and current affairs.
What are the rules and regulation governing the quiz?
Please find the rules and regulations for ConQuest 2018 here.
How to register?
Online registration can be done here.
Spot registration can also be done at the venue of your regional zone (This closes half an hour prior to the start of the preliminary rounds).
Please register online to allow the organiser to plan logistics effectively.
Where and when will the quiz be held?
|North Regional Round||September 1||10 AM – 1 PM||National Law University, Delhi|
|East Regional Round||September 6||10:30 AM – 1:30 PM||St. Xavier’s College, Kolkata|
|West Regional Round||September 15||12 PM – 5 PM||Symbiosis Law College, Pune|
|South Regional Round||September 28||10 PM – 1 PM||School of Law, Christ University, Bengaluru|
|National Finals||September 28||2 PM – 4 PM||School of Law, Christ University, Bengaluru|
What do the winners walk away with?
Regional Round: 1st place – Rs. 10,000; 2nd place – Rs. 7,000; 3rd place – Rs. 5,000
National Finals: 1st place – Rs. 30,000; 2nd place – Rs. 20,000; 3rd place – Rs. 15,000
Who to contact in case of queries?
Please write to firstname.lastname@example.org
ConQuest 2018 is an event that is organised under the Constitutional and Civic Citizenship Project. The project is supported by Friedrich-Naumann-Stiftung für die Freiheit.
Prize Support: Mr. Arvind Datar, Senior Advocate, Supreme Court of India.