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”.
About the Competition
The essay writing competition being conducted by Legal Sansad aims to initiate discussion on various burning legislative developments of the country.
Themes & Issues
Students can write on any sub-theme related to the “Right to Information (Amendment) Bill, 2019”.
Open to all students enrolled in any undergraduate or post-graduate course.
Registration amount is Rs. 45. Pay the registration amount HERE.
After the payment, all the participant(s) must fill the registration form HERE.
Registration will be taken only by January 20, 2019, 11:59:59 PM.
Co-authorship is not allowed.
Guidelines for Submissions
All the entries must be typewritten and in not more than 1500 words excluding footnotes.
The submission must be made only in *.doc or *.docx format.
19th Edition of Bluebook should be followed for citation.
The content should be the original work of the writer and should not have been given to any other competition or for any publication.
The decisions of the judges will be final and binding.
The submission should strictly follow the following rule:
Font: Times New Roman
Font size: 12
Line spacing: 1.5
Judgment will be based on the following parameters:
Quality of language
Submission Procedure & Deadline
The article must be submitted by 26th January 2019.
Prizes: Cash prizes & Certificates
1st Prize: INR 2500 + Merit Certificate
2nd Prize: INR 1500 + Merit Certificate
3rd Prize: INR 1000 + Merit Certificate
Note: All participants will get participation certificates.
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