The Tata group has announced the launch of the ninth edition of Tata Building India School Essay Competition. A national-level contest, Tata Building India School Essay Competition is India’s largest school essay writing competition held in different languages across the cities of India. This year, the competition will reach out to nearly 3 million students, from over 7000 schools spread across 200 cities. The competition will be held in 12 languages namely English, Hindi, Bengali, Gujarati, Tamil, Marathi, Kannada, Oriya, Telugu, Malayalam, Punjabi and Assamese. The theme for this year’s competition is ‘Clean India’ and young minds will be encouraged to express their thoughts on a topic based on this subject.
Started in 2006 as an English-language essay contest, the Tata Building India School Essay Competition is organised every year to motivate and nurture young minds across India and encourage them to think on the lines of nation building. The 2014-15 competition will be conducted across the country from Jammu to Tirunelveli and Guwahati to Rajkot.
Speaking about the competition, Atul Agrawal, Vice President - Corporate Affairs, Group Corporate Communications, Tata Services said, “We are delighted with the overwhelming response from schools across the country for the Tata Building India School Essay Competition every year. Through this thought provoking and large-scale platform held in multiple languages, Tata group aims to encourage the students to think positively and innovatively in the direction of nation building. We believe that nurturing these young minds at the right time will contribute to their journey of becoming nation-builders of a happy and prosperous India.”
To ensure a level playing field for students, the competition is conducted across two categories - Junior level for Classes 6-8 and Senior level for Classes 9-12. Each year a different topic on the theme of nation building is selected and participants are required to submit an essay in 500-600 words. The essays are judged on the parameters of relevance to the topic, structure, creativity and communication of the idea, and prizes are awarded for school, city and national level winners.
The Tata Building India School Essay Competition 2014 – 15 will be a two-phase activity in participating schools. The first phase consists of screening inspirational Tata-linked films which stimulate the students to think about the nation. Followed by this, the topic of the essay will be shared with the students and they will be required to write an essay on a given topic, based on the theme for this year – Clean India.
Students of B.A., LL.B I and B.A.LL.B II are invited to participate in the “Raghavendra Phadnis Essay Writing and Case Comment Competition.” Students can submit the write ups for both the competitions, if they choose so.
Write-ups are to be submitted in a hard copy to :
Ms. Swatee Yogessh
Mr. Ashish Pawar
and soft copy to be submitted on email@example.com
Last Date for submission : On or Before 28th February, 2018 between 2.00 pm- 4.30pm Second Floor, Saraswati Building
Format of the Body
- Font: Times New Roman
- Font Size: 12
- Spacing: 1.5
- Margin – 1 inch from all sides
(A) Essay Competition :
Theme:Any Contemporary Socio- Legal Issue
Word Limit: Maximum 3000 words
(Some indicative themes could be ‘Should Legal Language be Simplified?’, ‘Social Implications of Triple Talaq in India’, ‘Dynamics of Right to Privacy in India’ ‘Socio-legal implications of GST’, etc.)
(B) Case Comment Competition :
Theme: Any landmark judgment of the Supreme Court of India in 2016-17
Word Limit: Maximum 2000 words