Participate in our Monthly blog writing competition to win exciting prizes– Below is the result of Monthly Article Writing Competition of February Month
We are finally announcing the winners of our Monthly Blog Writing Competition for February 2023. Social Laws Today wants to express its gratitude to all the participants for taking part in the competition. We thoroughly enjoyed reading your articles on various legal topics and found them to be outstanding. Thank you for sharing your insightful and thought-provoking ideas with us.
Now, We would like to extend our warmest congratulations to the top 3 contestants who have emerged as the undisputed winners of the Monthly Article Writing Competition of February month. The first and second place winners will receive a cash prize of Rs. 2000 each, while the third place winner will be awarded Rs. 1000. In addition to this, all three winners will also receive a Certificate of Merit from our team at Social Laws Today.
Furthermore, we are excited to announce that the top 5 participants will also have the opportunity to intern with Social Laws Today. This is a fantastic opportunity for them to gain valuable experience in the legal field and learn from our experienced professionals. We look forward to working with them and helping them develop their skills and knowledge. Congratulations to all the top 5 participants on this achievement!
Top 3– Winners
The winning entries (which can be seen below) received the highest marks based on the average scores given by our panel of editors. As a result, they have been crowned the champions of the competition! Congratulations to our winners once again for their outstanding work.
|1||Arihant Srivastav||3rd Year, BALLB student at Hidayatullah National Law University, Raipur|
(Intern at Social Laws Today)
|Search and Seizure Under Income Tax|
|2||Manish Kumar||5th-year BALLB Student at Lovely Professional University, Jalandhar||Admissibility of Dying Declaration|
|3||Akash Ahirwar||4th Year Law student at Law College Dehradun||Why do we need a Constitution?- All about it|
Meet our next two contestants who made it to the top 5. They will receive a Certificate of Excellence from the team at Social Laws Today.
|4||Ankita Lode||3rd-year Law Student at Yeshwant Law College, Wardha|
|Laws Regulating Travel & Tourism Services|
|5||Muskan Jain||4th-year Law Student at Symbiosis Law College, Nagpur||Introduction to Human Rights & its Objectives|
Our panel of judges, which includes the team at Social Laws Today, selected the winning entry based on how well it fulfilled the entry requirements.
The certificates will be sent to the email address provided by the contestants during article submission. The winners must claim their prize money by replying to the email containing their certificate with their account details within 30 days from the date of result declaration, and not later than that.
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Participate in our Monthly blog writing competition to win exciting prizes