Article Writing Competition on Constitutionalism is the Road Ahead by Amity Law School: Register by July 20

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About the Organisation

Amity Law School has been established under Amity University, Patna to achieve world-class legal education in the state and the country. In its constant pursuit of excellence, it is always endeavoring to create a legacy of leadership, professional Acumen, and excellence. The school strives to exceed the benchmarks of educational standards and constantly innovates in its processes and methodologies in legal education.

About the Competition

Amity Law School, Patna is organizing a National Article Writing Competition on the theme “Constitutionalism is the Road ahead”. The competition is intended to provide a platform to the law students across the country for their participation and showcasing their research and writing skills and abilities.

Eligibility

Students, scholars, academicians pursuing any degree/course from a recognized university can participate in the competition.

Theme

Constitutionalism is the Road Ahead.

Sub-themes
  • Constitutionalism & Democracy
  • Constitutionalism & Secularism
  • Constitutionalism & Rule of Law
  • Global Constitutionalism

The above-mentioned list for sub-themes is merely illustrative and not exhaustive and hence any other submission pertinent to the theme may be accorded consideration.

Submission Guidelines

  • All the Articles must be sent by email to [email protected] with the subject “Submission for the ALS National Article Writing Competition- 2020”.
  • The body of the e-mail must specify the Name, Address, e-mail id, Contact number, and name of the College/University along with the address and class of the Participant.
  • The essay should not contain names or any other marks which reveal the identity of the author.
  • The article must be attached in ‘.doc’ or ‘.docx’ format.

Registration

Interested candidates can apply through this page.

Registration Fee

No registration fee will be charged from the participants.

Important Dates

  • Opening of Registration: 06th July 2020
  • Last Date of Registration: 20th July 2020
  • Last Date of Submission: 10th August 2020
  • Result Declaration: 22nd August 2020

Perks

  • 1st Prize: Certificate of Excellence + 5100/- Cash Prize
  • 2nd Prize: Certificate of Excellence + 3100/- Cash Prize
  • 3rd Prize: Certificate of Excellence + 2100/- Cash Prize
  • A certificate of participation shall be issued to all the participants on the successful submission of the article.

Top entries may also be published in the form of an edited book bearing an ISBN depending on the quality of the entry.

Contact Information

Aparajita Kumari, Assistant Professor of Law

Amity University Campus, Bailey Road, Rupaspur, Patna – 801503.

Email ID: [email protected]

Mobile Number: 7226062677

The website link to Amity University is here.


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