Think India is a forum of National Institutes’ Students, It is a pan-India initiative to bring together the best talents of the country and to infuse in them a ‘Nation First’ attitude, and is a forum of students, researchers, alumni and faculty members from the premier institutes like IITs, IIMs, NITs, NLUs and other such premier institutes in various fields of academia, across India.
Since its inception, Think India has been carrying out various activities in different National Institutes around the country. These activities include talks by experts, seminars, workshops, essays, bill drafting competitions, etc. Apart from such events, we also provide internship to students under VIDHI, NITI, ANUBHOOTI, and SANSADIYA internship programs among others.
About the Competition
Think India is organising the 4th National Article Writing Competition. Think India invites articles on the following topics:
Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid Dispute
Revisiting Sardar Patel’s Legacy
Role of Student Movements in Indian Politics
A New Education Policy for a New India
Awards: Three best entries shall be awarded cash prize worth ₹1000/- each along with e-Certificates.
Publication: Selected articles, as recommended by the Editorial Board, shall be published on the website: HERE
Word limit: 1200-1500 words.
Language of Submission: English or Hindi.
Co-authorship: An article can be co-authored by a maximum of two participants.
Students/Research Scholars enrolled in any UG/PG/PhD course, Academicians associated with any educational institution (University/College), Professionals across various fields practicing in India.
Mode of Submission
All submissions shall be made only in doc/docx format. No other submissions shall be entertained. The soft copy of the article with the details of the author(s) shall be sent to us at web.thinkindia[at]gmail.com.
The email must include the author’s personal details viz. Name, Institution and Phone Number.
Mode of Registration
There is no registration fee. All the participants are required to register themselves HERE.
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