Educoncours 1st National Journalism Competition 2017 | Results
We are happy to announce the results of Educoncours 1st National Journalism Competition. The Competition viewed the participation of about 100 students all over the country. After a review process by the editorial board of Educoncours we have selected the following as the winners:
Winner: "Ignoring Talent: Institutes of National Importance" by Sanjay Dangi from Shri Vaishnav Institute of Law, Indore
1st Runner up: "Aadhar: Creating identities or infringing privacy" by Ayushi Hatwal from National Law University Odisha
2nd Runner up: "100 Years as a Criterion for “Ancient”ness of a Monument: The Case of the Burial Site of the Victims of ‘Wagon Tragedy’" by Ramakash Gujuluva Suriaprakash from Tamil Nadu National Law School, Tiruchirappalli.
The following along with the winners shall be published in the Educoncours e-magazine:
Anubhuti Goel from National Law University Odisha: Karnataka Calls to Let the Battle Begin
Ria R Nair from Amity University, Mumbai: Constitution: A Living and Organic Document
Sharlin Puppal from Maharashtra National Law University, Mumbai: Transforming India
Suraj Raj Kesharwani from University of Petroleum and Energy Study: Intellectual Property tastes for the Restaurant owners
Rishabh Mishra from Natioanl University of Study and Research in Law: DOKLAM ISSUE: A WAR OF POWER AND TACTICS
Pooja Kurian from Alliance School of Law, Bangalore: ELECTORAL SYSTEM OF INDIA: A FEEBLE POSSIBILITY OF CHANGE
Gauri Singh from Faculty of Law, University of Delhi: Care and Protection of Environment State, Market and Beyond
The following entries were appreciated by the Editorial Board and have been selected to be published in the online blog of Educoncours:
Udipto Koushik Sarmah from National Law University Odisha: Asian Imperialist – China
Juhi Bhutani from Army Institute of Law: Harrowing Achilles’ Heel Of Glamour Milieu-Fault Finding And Panacea Of The New Child Labour Amendment Act,2016
Harpal Parmar from RNPI School of Law, Sardar Patel School of Law: Mammoth vote of trust and pervasive victory of BJP
Sakshi Srivastava from Galgotias School of Law: Illegal Wildlife Trade in India
Himani Bansal from Rajasthan University: Indian Constitutionality: An Evergreen Document
Yasaschandra Venkata SD from National Law University Odisha: Juvinile Justice Homes: Justice or Injustice to the Juviniles
Avantika Singh from Amity University, Mumbai :A social transformation hijacked by Political ambition
Krishna Thakkar from Pravin Gandhi of Law:Can Holy Lips also 'Prey'?
Radha Singh from Guru Gobindh Singh Indraprasth University :Privacy is mine but not as a fundamental right
Mokshita Jain from Symbiosis Law School, Pune:Rule of Law: Essence of Administrative law in India
Ajoy Jose, Rajiv Gandhi School of Intellectual Property Law, IIT Kharagpur: Cyber Terrorism – What is the Real threat?
PRITIKA BHASIN, University:- University of Petroleum and Energy Studies: THE SMOKE- FILLED ROOM- YOU ENTER AND IT BEGINS...
MANISH KUMAR DWIVEDI, N.U.S.R.L Ranchi: OMISSION AND INTENTION AMOUNTING TO CRUELTY
Shivani Sinha, Amity Delhi: MODI DOCTRINE-THE INTERNATIONAL POLICY
The publication of all the articles shall be done after 15th September 2017. The Certificates and the cash prize shall be duly sent in a week's time. All the participants shall receive a certificate of participation. All the top 10 entries shall receive a certificate of merit and all the articles selected for publication in the online blog shall receive a certificate of appreciation.
Note: The results declared by Educoncours is final and no further queries for the same shall be entertained.
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