Child Rights Centre, Chanakya National Law University Presents – “URJAA”: Submit Now

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About CNLU

Chanakya National Law University is an autonomous law school in Patna, Bihar, India. It was established in 2006 by the Government of Bihar as a public university dedicated to the field of legal education. The Chief Justice of Patna High Court is the ex-officio Chancellor of the University.

About Child Rights Centre

The Child Rights Centre (CRC) is a specialized research centre of Chanakya National Law University, Patna. The Centre was established with a mission to improve access to justice for children and promote research, advanced learning and advocacy to strengthen child rights laws, policies and practices in Bihar. Child Rights Centre is established & running with technical support of UNICEF for effective implementation of children’s laws in Bihar.

About the event

“URJAA”- “Unlock Your Creativity, Utilize Your Potential” is the national level dedicated competition of Child Rights Centre with the aim to bring out all the hidden talents of children & youngsters of the country. The ultimate aim of this event is to bring back the energy in everyone’s life. This competition of CRC is launched keeping in mind the sudden outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic & its dampening effect on human life, especially women & children.  Hence, to overcome boredom, to brush up all the hidden talents & to deviate the innate energy in best positive direction, of all the youths & children, CRC is with the bunch of creative competitions accompanied with exciting prizes, fulfilling its forever commitment towards the welfare & growth of children.

Categories of Competition & Respective Details; Including Themes, Eligibility, Registration Charges, Cash Prizes & General Guidelines

Article Writing under Theme‘Covid-19 and its effect on Women & Children’

  • Sub-Themes:

  • COVID & Women & Child Protection (safeguard measures against increase in violence & exploitation )
  • COVID & Education System (Online Medium & Management Practice during virtual closure)
  • COVID & Healthcare System ( Psychological, Physiological & mental health of women & child)
  • COVID & Cyber Security (Online Classes as new normal, child abuse over the internet)
  • Eligibility –Academicians (Bachelor & Master) /researcher/ experts of any Stream.
  • Registration fee–  Rs.200- single author & Rs.300/- co-author (maximum of two co-authors are allowed)
  • Cash Prizes– Rs.1,000/-, Rs.750/- & Rs.500/- rupees to top three participants respectively.

Essay Writing Competition under a broad Theme: ‘Impacts of Lockdown and Covid-19’

  • Eligibility– Students up to standard 12th (intermediate) can take part.
  • Registration Fee– Rs.100/- rupees per participant.
  • Cash Prizes- Rs.750/-, Rs.650/- & Rs.500/- to all the top three participants respectively.

Story Writing under a Theme: ‘Life during lockdown’; ‘Effects of Covid-19’ or any other theme having a strong nexus with Covid-19.

  • Eligibility – Open to all
  • Registration fee- Rs. 200/- per participant.
  • Cash Prizes- Rs.1,000/-, Rs.750/- & Rs.500/- rupees to top three participants respectively.

Poetry Writing

  • Theme– ‘Life During Lockdown’, ‘Effects of Covid-19’ or any other theme having a strong nexus with Covid-19.
  • Eligibility – Open to all
  • Languages – English and Hindi
  • Registration fee- Rs. 200/- per participant.
  • Cash Prizes- Rs.1,000/-, Rs.750/- & Rs.500/- rupees to top three participants respectively.

Drawing & Painting

  • Theme- Any piece of art related to the present pandemic ‘Covid-19 and its effect’ will be accepted. However, artworks regarding ‘COVID’s effect on Women & Children’ will be given preference for rewards.
  • Eligibility-
  • Age Group A- 6-10 Years
  • Age Group B- 11-16 Years
  • Age Group C- 17-24 Years
  • Registration Fee- 100 /- for Group A, B & C.

Cash Prizes- Rs.750/-, Rs.650/- & Rs.500/- to all the top three participants of Group A, B & C respectively.


  • E-certificates to all the participants.
  • Cash Prizes to top three participants of all the events (as mentioned earlier) with Certificate of Appreciation.
  • Selected works will also be published in CRC’s Newsletter, Social Media handlers & official blog.

General Submission Guidelines

  • FontTimes New RomanFont Size12Line Spacing1.5AlignmentJustified, Margin1 inchCitationBluebook 20th edition.
  • Kindly mention the category of participation followed by your name (separated by _) as the subject of the mail while making the submission. For example – if you are making a submission for Article writing compt., mention subject of the mail as Article_YourName or in case the submission is for Story Writing, mention the Subject of the mail as Story_YourName
  • Plagiarism for Article/Essay writing should not be more than 15% in any case.
  • Word limit Article/Essay/Story Writing is 1000 words (all excluding footnotes).
  • Participants are requested to register separately for separate categories.

Note: In case of any conflict, the decision of the Centre will be final and binding & no further query will be entertained.

Submission & Registration Deadline

  • Note- Participants are requested to submit their works in .doc/docx format via mail at [email protected].
  • Registration Link is here.
  • Mode of Payment-
    • G-pay/Paytm – 9692468290


Through the following Bank Account

    • Account Number- 50100149700976
    • Account Holder Name- SNEHA
    • IFSC Code: HDFC0000235

(NOTE- Participants are requested to attach the screenshot of the payment details in the registration form.)

For Any Query 


  • Mr. Ayush, PR Coordinator, +917480830235
  • Ms. Srishti Sarraf Coordinator, +918294787998 (WhatsApp Only)
  • Also, drop us a mail at [email protected] (Kindly mention ‘Query’ as subject of the mail)

Event Convenor – Mrs. Sneha, Centre Co-ordinator, Child Rights Centre, CNLU, Patna.

Co-ordinators –

  • Coordinator for Story Writing – Ms. Komal
  • Coordinators for Article Writing – Ms. Shreya Sinha & Ms. Anupma Soumya.
  • Coordinator for Essay Writing – Ms. Nidhi Prakriti.
  • Coordinator for Poetry (Hindi & English) – Ms. Shikha Sharma.
  • Coordinator for Drawing & Painting– Ms. Srishti Sarraf.
  • Public Relation Coordinator– Mr. Ayush Kumar.

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