National Essay writing Competition on “Human rights: Activities and Reality”, Register by 5th May

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About the Event

LawFull Life is going to organising an online National Essay writing Competition on “Human rights: Activities and Reality”

Through this competition, we invite students, research scholars and legal professionals to explore their own views on any contemporary issues related to Human Rights. This theme has been decided to test the knowledge, research aptitude and writing skills of the participants.

The competition will be held online, conducted and managed by the team of Lawfull Life. Interested participants can register themselves online at the provided link. The registrations are already open. We look forward to your participation in ‘National Essay Writing Competition – 2K20’.

Themes

The theme of the competition is “Human rights: Activities and Reality” and participants are free to choose any of the following topics:

Children and Human Rights

Women and Human Rights

The right of minorities and refugees

Violation of human rights: Genocide and Torture

Rights of a disabled person

*The above list is not exhaustive and other contemporary issues in Human Right can also be chosen to write.

Registration

All participants must register themselves by paying a fee of Rs. 200/- only. In case of co-authorship, both the participants have to register & pay separately. Registration can be done on the following link: Registration Link 

Payment Details

Bank/Branch Name: State bank of India
Account Holder Name: NIKITA KAUSHIK
Account Number: 38422732977
IFSC Code: SBIN0030512
Paytm No. – 9873531500

*Fees can be paid to above-mentioned account and by Paytm.
* A confirmation mail will be sent on approval of registration.

Submission Procedure

The submission should be sent on this mail ID: [email protected], with the subject of “SUBMISSION FOR ESSAY WRITING COMPETITION”

Important Dates

Last date of Registration & Fee Payment: 5th May, 2020

Last date of submission of the Essay: 15th May, 2020

Announcement of result: 20th May, 2020

Kindly also find the attached brochure and the registration form for your kind perusal. We are enthusiastically looking forward to your active participation.

Contact

For further information or clarification, feel free to contact and mail us: [email protected]

Website: https://lifelawfull.wixsite.com/lifelaw

Coordinators

Ms. Nikita Kaushik (8708386475)
Mr. Sagar Garg ( 9873531500)

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