Online Quiz Competition on Constitutional Law by Legal Sansad [Fee 45 Rs, Prize 6k INR]: Register by Jan 5



Legal Sansad is India’s first ever-online parliament for the new outlook. Living in a democratic country and confining our views to ourselves is surely the biggest nightmare of all and to give the biggest gift of democracy to everyone we present India’s first online debate portal, “legal Sansad”.


The quiz shall take place Online and it will include only Multiple Choice Questions. The participants can participate in the quiz from any place with the use of a Computer, Laptop or Mobile Phone with an internet connection.

The subject of Quiz: Constitutional Law

Date of Competition: 12th January 2020 (Sunday)


The quiz shall take place ONLINE, a paper will include only Multiple Choice Questions. The participant can give this exam from their home or hostel with the use of a Laptop or Mobile Phone.

  1. The quiz shall have 50 questions.
  2. The time will be of 30 minutes.
  3. Every question carries 01 marks; there will be no negative marking.
  4. The results declared would be final and the authority vests with Legal Sansad to change or modify the same.


  • Any student pursuing 3 years or 5 years LL.B. or LL.M. course from any recognized University.
  • Any student pursuing an LL.M. course from any recognized University.
  • Any person having a graduate or post-graduate degree in law from any recognized University.


  1. The registration amount is Rs. 45.
  2. After the payment, all the participant(s) must fill the registration form at this link
  3. Scan the QR code to pay the registration fees through


If any participant does not attempt the quiz after the registration, the registration fee will not be refunded in any case. Also, if any Participant does not attempt the quiz, a Certificate of Participation will not be provided.


  • Release date of Official Notification: 20th December 2019.
  • Last date for Registration: 5th January 2020.
  • Dates of Quiz: 12th January 2020


  • 3 winners will get the prize amount of 1000 INR each.
  • Free Publication Voucher for Publication in Next Edited Book of Legal Sansad.
  • Online Internship may be provided to the top 3 participants.
  • All participants will receive a Certificate of Excellence.


For any further queries feel free to email us at legalsansad[at]


  1. As regards a bill mentioned in paragraph 1, the president, acting in accordance with the advice of the Cabinet, may refer to a Constitutional Tribunal the question of whether the bill circumvents or curtails the discretionary powers conferred on him or her by the Constitution. If the Tribunal is of the opinion that the bill does not have this effect, the president is deemed to have assented to the bill on the day after the day when the Tribunal’s opinion is pronounced in open court. On the other hand, if the Tribunal feels that the bill does have the circumventing or curtailing effect, and the president either has withheld or withholds his assent to the bill, the Prime Minister may direct that the bill be submitted to the electors for a national referendum. In that case, the bill will only become law if it is supported by not less than two-thirds of the total number of votes cast at the referendum. If 30 days have expired after a bill has been presented to the President for assent and he or she has neither signified the withholding of assent nor referred the Bill to a Constitutional Tribunal, the bill is deemed to have been assented to on the day following the expiry of the 30-day period.


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