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With an objective to enhance the writing talents of young budding professionals, Legge Rhythms Media and Publications in association with Swarna Bharatha News come up with the 3rd National Essay Writing Competition 2017.


Legge Rhythms Media and Publications is a one stop destination for law students. The law students may find all aspects of law under a single umbrella on their website- https://leggerhythms.org/


Swarna Bharatha News is a new initiative by law students of different law colleges across India to form a neutral news portals where original and true views about the society can be featured. You can access their website-


“Any Legal or Non Legal Issue” (Preferably Recent Topics)


  • The competition is open for all school and college students
  • Only original articles must be submitted. Plagiarism would lead to disqualification.
  • The essay should be written in English.
  • Word Limit- Minimum 500 words Maximum 1500 words
  • The essay must be type written
  • Headings – Font Size 16, BOLD
  • Sub Headings- Font Size 14, BOLD ITALIC
  • Content- Font Size 12
  • Font- Times New Roman
  • Line Spacing- 1.5
  • Margins- 2” on each side
  • Submissions should be made in .doc or .docx format only


Submissions to be made on swarnabharatha.official @gmail.com

No mark of identification should be made at the time of submissions.


Any student in their undergraduate or postgraduate courses can make submissions for this competition.


  • 5th February 2018- Last Date of Registration
  • 15th February 2018 – Last Date of Submission
  • 10th March 2018- Result Announcement


100 Rs per author


Paytm- 8435983045 (Scan Code provided on the poster)


Every article will be peer reviewed and evaluated in three levels. Every participant will be allotted a code during registration. The participant will send in their articles in which the file will be name by the code they have been allotted. No mark of identification permitted.

The article would be first reviewed by a set of law students.

In level two, Top 20 articles would be judged by a panel of advocates and academicians.

In level three, Top 10 articles would be judged by a panel of senior advocates and academicians.


  • 1st Prize- 1200 INR+ Certificate + Publication in a ISSN Journal
  • 2nd Prize- 1000 INR + Certificate
  • 3rd Prize- 800 INR + Certificate
  • Top 10 participants get online internship under Legge Rhythms and Swarna Bharatha.
  • E-Participation Certificates for all the participants.


Navdisha Sehgal- +918800155895

Rishabh Tiwari- +919782600887

Ritika Sahini- +918770732208

Priyanshi Chandrawat- +917354463999


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