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The fourth edition of ConQuest was organised by the Centre for Law and Policy Research (CLPR), a not-for-profit trust, in Bengaluru.
The final event of ConQuest 2019, India’s premier national quiz on the Indian Constitution, history and politics, will take place Friday.
After an intensive quiz of five rounds, Ramjas College emerges as the winner. ThePrint is the digital partner of ConQuest.
The west regional round of the 4th edition of ConQuest was held at MM Shankarrao Chavan Law College, Pune, with 45 teams participating.
Over 30 teams took part in the eastern regional round of the fourth edition of ConQuest, India’s premier quiz on the Constitution, history and politics.
The South-regional round of the quiz was held at St Joseph’s College of Law, Bengaluru. As many as 75 teams participated from various colleges across south India.
The contest, which will see 4 regional rounds before the final, is open for undergraduate students from all disciplines. ThePrint is the digital partner.
Bengaluru played host to two of the editions on the same day, first the south regional round and then the finals.
The emphasis in the Constituent Assembly was that reform of the Muslim personal law should be done voluntarily.
Symbiosis Law School, Pune, and Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar seal their place in 28 September final.
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