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About the Organization

Nav Jan Chetana Samiti is a Non-governmental Organization which was established in 2005. This NGO is dedicated to the welfare of living beings and to create awareness about various issues for welfare of society.

About the Competition

Nav Jan Chetana Samiti is organising their 1st National Essay Writing Competition wherein submissions are invited from students, teachers, research scholars and professionals etc. from all across the country on various topics.


This is an online competition in both English and Hindi Languages.

Essay Topics

Choose any one of the following:

  • Constitution is protected till constitutional agencies are protected
  • COVID-19: Social, Technological and Environmental impact over India
  • Should there be law for Animal Rights parallel to Human Rights?
  • While world is dealing with Racism, is it high time to discuss Castism in India?
  • Inability of Women centric laws to deal with abuse against women


There is no eligibility criteria for the competition. The competition is open for all.


  • Top 5 Participants – Exciting Cash Prizes
  • Top 10 Participants – Certificate of Merit
  • Certificate of participation would be awarded to all participants.

*All certificates would be posted in Hardcopy on given Postal Address.

Registration Process

  • Step 1:- Clink on the registration link
  • Step 2:- Fill the form
  • Step 3:- Payment of registration fee

Registration Link

Registration Fee: – ₹100

Payment Mode: Use Number 8058200006 to complete your payment by using any of the following online payment mode:

  • Paytm
  • GooglePay
  • Step 4:- Upload screenshot of Transaction ID in the form
  • Step 5:- Finally submit your form

After submission of form we will send you confirmation of registration through Email.

Impotant Dates

Last Date for Registration25th June, 2020
Last Date for Submission30th June, 2020
Announcement of ResultFirst week of July

Submission Details

  1. Co-Author shall be allowed.
  2. Essay should be the original work of Author. Plagiarism is strictly prohibited.
  3. Essay can be either in ENGLISH or in HINDI Language.
  4. The word limit of Essay is 1500-3000 words.
  5. Footnotes and Citations are required.(in any format)
  6. File of Essay should be saved in the name of Author. Eg.: “Jai.docx”, “Jai.doc”, “Jai.pdf”
  7. Details of Author should be mentioned in body of Email.
  8. Essay Should be Submitted at [email protected]
For English Authors

  1. Submission should be in “.doc”, “.docx” or “.pdf” format.
  1. Font Style: Times New Roman
  2. Font Size: 14,12
  3. Line Spacing: 1.5
  4. Alignment: Justified
  5. Page Size: A4






For Hindi Authors

  1. Submission should be in “.doc”, “.docx” or “.pdf” format.(If Typed)
  1. Font Style: DevLys 010
  2. Font Size: 14,12
  3. Line Spacing: 1.5
  4. Alignment: Justified
  5. Page Size: A4
  1. Submission should be in “.pdf” format. (If Scanned)
  1. Page Size: A4
  2. Proper Margining
  3. Clean Writing
  4. No overwriting
  5. No cutting

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