E-Justice India presents Monthly Blog/Article Writing Competition

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About the Competition

E-Justice India is happy to announce a monthly blog/Article writing competition. We hope this competition will enhance your legal writing skill and knowledge as well. Participants can choose their topic itself and topic must be related to law or somehow connected to law. One person can submit a maximum 10 blog/article in a month and you have to submit at least one article every week. However, only one article submitted by an individual will be considered for the prize money. But, submitting more articles will increase your chances of winning.

Eligibility

Membership is Required to take Part in Monthly Blog/Article Writing Competition.

Membership Fee – INR 40 Per Month

Anyone interested in writing on legal topics can Register.

Registration Period – 01st Day of Month to 14th Day of Every Month

Competition Period & Blog Submission – Next 30 Days (From 15th Day of Month to 15th Day of Next Month)

Word limit

Article should be at least 1000 words.

Perks

Top 5 submissions of every month will get a cash prize Worth INR 1250.

Top 5 submissions will get a E-certificate of merit.

Top 10 participants will get a certificate of excellence.

Top 20 participants will get a certificate of Publication.

Best articles (including the ones mentioned above) will get published on E-Justice India.

Mode of Payment

Participants can make payment through Paytm, Google Pay, Phone Pay, BHIM to 9852212851

After the payment all participants need to upload screenshots of the same while registration.

How to Register

Participants have to pay via the above mentioned payment method and then register themselves through the registration link.

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