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UMCS REVISED

MOOT
ALLOTMENT
POLICY

Disclaimer - The first


8 ranks, i.e. the teams
that made it to the
qualifiers
are
not
affected
by
this
change in policy.

Why the change?


It has been brought to the notice of the
MCC that some judges have been vague
and indecisive about granting ticks to the
teams in the preliminary rounds.
It is a serious disadvantage, as a bare
perusal of the scores show us that teams
scoring really low have as many as 3-4
ticks, while teams scoring better than
most teams making it to the qualifiers have 2 ticks or less. This is despite a strict
pre-defined scoring criteria that the judges
are always briefed about.

Contd.
It is in this regard, and owing to the fact that we have
more than 30 moots to offer and only 15 teams have
got the requisite 3 ticks - that we have collectively
decided to review our allotment policy for this edition.
It is has always been the endeavour of the committee
to ensure maximum participation and propagation of
mooting activity in the university.
Under the revised system we shall be allotting moots
to 26 teams instead of 15 and we sincerely hope that
such a beneficial policy will find acceptance among
the participants and will bring laurels to the
university.

The Policy
The policy applies form
th
the
9
Rank
and
onwards.

Levels
Level I (Umbrella/Qualifier)
- Does the team have 2 ticks or more?
Level II (Win/Loss)
- Teams with 2 wins in the prelims (Group - A)
- Teams with 1 win & 1 loss in the prelims
(Group - B)
- Teams with no wins in the prelims (Group - C)
Level III (Cumulative)
- Rankings based on Cumulative Scores within
the 3 groups (Orals + Memo)

Example
Team X, Y, Z, M, N, O, D, E, F have two ticks or more.
Team X, Y, Z have two wins and have a score of 100,
110 and 80 respectively then the ranks would be
Y>X>Z in that order. (Group - A)
Team M, N, O have 1 win and 1 loss and have a score
of 100, 110 and 80 respectively then the ranks would
be N>M>O in that order. (Group - B)
Team D, E, F have no wins and have a score of 100,
110 and 80 respectively then the ranks would be
E>D>F in that order. (Group - C)
Considering the above the final rank list will be
Y>X>Z>N>M>O>E>D>F in that order.

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List of Moots!!

Paras Diwan Memorial International Energy Law Moot, UPES, Dehradun.


KC Law College National Moot, Mumbai.
ILNU All India Moot, Nirma University National Moot Court, Ahmedabad.
Symbiosis Trial Advocacy Moot Court Competition.
UPES Dehradun Trial Advocacy.
KIIT Bhubaneshwar Trial Advocacy.
NUSRL, Ranchi Trial Advocacy .
GD Goenka Moot Court Competition.
IIMT School of Laws Rakesh Aggarwal Memorial Moot Court Competition.
Bishop Cotton Womens Christian Law Colleges National Moot Court Competition.
BSM National Moot Court Competition, Amity Law School, Gurgaon.
SGT University INBA National Moot Court Competition (Environment Law, Gurgaon).
VITSOL Moot Court Competition on International Law.
Annual Jindal Technology Law & Policy International Moot Court Competition .
Justice Dr. BP Saraf National Tax Moot Court Competition.
NHRC NLUA National Moot Court Competition.
Sharda UniversitysAnand Swaroop Gupta Memorial Moot.
K.R. Ramamani Memorial Taxation Moot Court Competition.
SOEL, Chennai All India Moot Court Competition, ULC Bangalore.
Maritime Law Moot Court Competition, NLU-O.
Mahamana Malviya National Moot Court Competition, BHU, Varanasi.
Justice PN Bhagwati International Moot Court Competition, New Law College, Pune.
Anti Trust Law Moot Court Competition, NLU- Jodhpur.
Herbert Smith Freehills Corporate Law Moot Court Competition, NUJS, Kolkata.
All India Moot for J V R Krishna Iyer, GLC Thiruvananthapuram.
Moot Court Competition, Balaji Law College, Pune.
National Moot Court Competition GH Raisoni Law School, Nagpur.

Thank You for your patience!

-THE MCC