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Jus Imperator’s National Article Writing Competition [Aug 25]: No Registration Fees, Register by Aug 20

By: Aprajita Karki | July 11, 2019
About the organiser and essay competition

Jus Imperator is conducting the 3rd National Article Writing Competition, 2019.

Eligibility

The competition is open to all the students who are pursuing LLB (5 years or 3-year course). Only one article per participant is permitted.

Topic

The participant can select any topic related to law and management

Prizes
  • 1st  Prize: 2500 INR and Certificate of Merit.
  • 2nd  Prize: 1500 INR and Certificate of Merit.
  • 3rd  Prize: 500
  • E-Certificate of participation will be given to all the participants.
How to submit?

Submission guidelines

The language of the article should be English only.

The participants must send their submissions through e-mail only at jusimperator[at]gmail.com  with the subject of the email as “Submission-3 rd National Article writing competition 2019″.

The submissions must be accompanied by a separate word document mentioning the following details:

  • Name of the Author
  • Theme of the article
  • Title of the Article
  • Year of Study and Course
  • Name and address of the Institution
  • Contact Number
  • Email
Registration procedure and fee details
  • The participant can do registration online by sending their name, institution name, email address, contact number to jusimperator[at]gmail.com.
  • There is NO REGISTRATION FEE for this competition.
Deadlines
  • The last date for submission for the article is 25th August 2019.
  • The last date of registration is 20th August 2019.
Contact info

E-mail: jusimperator[at]gmail.com

Number: 8349076187

Important links

For full details, click here.

The website link is here.

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Aprajita Karki

I am an army girl! In a barbie world! Keeper of 5 dogs. On a diet for now. Sometimes I might make punctuation mistakes, but I make up for it by bringing in a crore or two extra. What's more important, a misplaced comma, or a well-placed crore?

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