Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab invites essay entries to Online International Essay Writing Competition, RGNUL EXAGIUM 2020. The 5th edition of this competition is being organised in collaboration with the Department of English and Cultural Studies, Panjab University, Chandigarh. This competition engages students and Professionals of different disciplines in the reading of fictional and non-fictional texts.
Participants Will Submit Soft Copy of the abstract (500 words) and a brief bio-note by 17th August 2020.
Participants must Register Online and submit a soft copy of Abstract by 17th August 2020. Those who follow this procedure are exempted from Hard copy submission.
Who all can apply?
The Competition is open to the Students pursuing Undergraduate (B.A.LL.B/BA/B.Sc./B.Com/BBA/B.Tech/MBBS) or any other Undergraduate and Postgraduate courses (MA/LL.M//MSc./MPhil/PhD) in any University/College across the globe. Competition is open to Professionals also.
Note: Online Registration Portal will be active from 6th August to 6th September 2020.
Only Original essays on the selected book/title that have not been published or have not been accepted for publication should be mailed to exagium2020[at]gmail.com.
The Essay must be type-written in English, in Times New Roman, 12 font size and 1.5 lines spacing with both sides justified The citation References must be in MLA Style.
The Essay must be submitted in MS-Word format.
Word limit for the Essay in Group A is 2500-3500 words (inclusive of Bibliography)
Word limit for the Essay in Group B is 3000-6000 words
Only two co-authors shall be allowed.
Students(National): Group A or Group B Rs. 1000/-(Single Author); Rs. 1500/-(Co-Author)
Professionals(National): Group A or Group B Rs. 2000/-(Single Author); Rs. 3000/-(Co-Author)
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