- Apprentice Lawyer
Conquest 2017, the second edition of India’s first national-level quiz on the Indian Constitution, hosted by the Centre for Law and Policy Research (CLPR) Bangalore, has kicked off.
The quiz will be held across the country in the months of August and September. The East regional round was held at WBNUJS Kolkata yesterday.
This year, the quiz is open to senior high school students (11th – 12th grade/PUC/Junior College), in addition to undergraduate and graduate students from all disciplines.
The quiz will consist of four regional rounds and one national final. Each regional round consists of a regional prelim and a regional final, both of which will be conducted on the same day. The quiz is on the Indian Constitution, Politics and History.
The prelim rounds will be a written test and the top six highest scoring teams and one all women team/team with one woman member (mixed team) with the highest score and one senior high school team with the highest score (a total of eight teams) shall go onstage to compete at the regional final.
The top two teams from each regional final round shall go to the nationals final to be held in Bangalore.
Teams may register online by filling this form, and may also register on the spot at the venue, one hour before the start of the prelim round.
The prizes in store are as follows:
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
Last year, a team from NLSIU Bangalore emerged victorious.
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