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SSC Test 8

created Sep 16th, 06:48 by Deswal



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AILSA is dedicated to the promotion and welfare of law students all over India. It strives to
establish a platform for interaction with similar organizations at an international level for the
benefit of student community. AILSA provides law students with opportunities to interact with
legal professionals in both national and international arena. On regular basis the association
conducts academic conferences, seminars, free legal aid, and academic conventions. Through the
association, student activists and law professionals are constantly working together to fulfill the
national demand for legal support.
NLEC'14 or National Legal Essay Competition is the flagship event organized by AILSA. It
provides a platform to the students enrolled in law schools and colleges all over the country to
express their views on topics based on different avenues of the legal field. NLEC offers an
educational exposure through a research based learning approach. It encourages research in the
emerging areas of law among the participants. In view of this approach, the topics provided are
broad, interesting and diverse. This shall enable the participants to choose from a wide range of
issues and will boost the level of participation as well.
AILSA has tried to go beyond the mundane subjects to throw light on the dynamic facets of
law, and students by way of participating in this competition would be able to enhance their
overall personality and hone their professional skills. Students from various years alike, the
NLEC'14 Core Team led by Ms. Amrita Vyas, worked tirelessly day and night, under the supervision
of the AILSA President to make this event a grand success. The competition shall be open to all
students pursuing the 3-year or 5-year Law Course from any institution recognized by the Bar
Council of India, in India. Any essay found to be plagiarized shall be disqualified. (Max. limit 10%)
Winning essays shall be published in the AILSA Annual Journal.
The participants are responsible for the originality of the work and agree to indemnify AILSA
from and against any claims, suits and damages based on any claim of copyright infringement or
plagiarism or unauthorized use. If at any point in time it comes to light that an infringement or
plagiarism has taken place the certificates issued will be revoked, the prize called back & the said
occurrence will be mentioned on the web and through media. Any previously published material
shall not be accepted. Footnotes may not be substituted as endnotes, for it shall lead to

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