1st National Article Writing Competition on Statelessness and Citizenship by Birla School of Law: Submit by March 31

About the Organisation

Birla Global University is a self-financed private unitary University and has been established by the enactment of Birla Global University Odisha Act, 2015 with its main campus spread over an area of nearly 30 acres of land situated at IDCO Plot No.2, Gothapatna, Bhubaneswar.

The Birla School of Law in collaboration with  “Center for Statelessness and Refugee Studies” TISS, Mumbai is organising a National Article writing competition.

About the Article writing competition

Birla Global University, Birla School of Law is organising 1st National Article writing competition on “Statelessness and Citizenship” on the theme “Politics beyond border”. This competition will provide a platform to all professors, research scholars professionals and students to increase their knowledge and publish their article in the book released by Birla School of Law.


  1. The competition is open to all the students, professors, research scholars, professionals.
  2. Co-authorship is allowed up to 3 people only.
  3. Only one article should be submitted by each author or co-authors.

Submission and Registration Guidelines

The registration form is here.

The article should be sent to bsol.event[at]bgu.ac.in. in doc/docx format only. The researcher has to submit a self-declaration regarding the originality of research work. The research work should not be given to any other competition or for any publication.

Font: Times New Roman 12

Spacing: 1.5

Word limit: 3000- 3500

Important Dates

  • Last date for registration: 31st March 2020
  • Last date for submission: 31st March 2020

Fee Details

  • One author: ₹ 300
  • Two authors: ₹ 500
  • Three authors: ₹ 600

Prize money

  • Winner: ₹ 10,000
  • 1st runner up: ₹ 7500
  • 2nd runner up: ₹ 5000

Contact Information

Sai Ujwal Mohanty: 9348232699

Shubham Agarwal: 9140474832

Rohit Sai: 7032248144

For the brochure, click here.

1st National Article Writing Competition on Statelessness and Citizenship by Birla School of Law

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