5. High speed Railway infrastructure for India: Benefits, Feasibility and Challenges.
6. Is Civil Society crossing its limits in India?
7. Right to Information and Private Sector.
8. Data privacy and UID Scheme in India.
9. The day a woman can walk freely on the roads, that day we can say that India achieved Independence : Mahatma Gandhi
1. Any student pursuing any undergraduate course, post graduate course or doctoral course in any recognized college or university around the world.
2. Any individual who has passed the above course can also apply.
1. Essays should be sent in English only.
2. Essays must be original and unpublished.
3. Copyright of the Essays shall rest with the organizers. Organizers hold the right to republish the essays in a book if required.
4. Only one submission is allowed per author.
5. Co-authored submissions will be rejected.
6. Identification mark (name or any mark which identifies the author) must not be found in any part of essay.
LENGTH OF THE ESSAY
1. The submission shall consist of an abstract, essay and/or bibliography.
2. An abstract should not be more than 300 words inclusive of title and keywords.
3. The essay should not be more than 3000 words (excluding footnotes).
4. Footnotes must conform to the authoritative standard rules of legal citation and must include a description of each authority adequate enough to allow a reasonable reader to identify and locate the authority in a publication of general circulation.
1. Font size shall be 12 points in Times New Roman.
2. 1.5 intercellular space/line spacing.
3. A footer numbering pages as “Page a of y” on right side of each page.
4. Footnote Size 10 points
ELECTRONIC SUBMISSION ONLY
1. The participants should send the following the attachments via email only.
2. Essay in MS Word format with subject “Communicating Freedom Essay Writing Competition”
3. Cover page containing Name of participant, Nationality, address, e-mail-id, contact number and name of college/university with address and class.
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