About the Government Law College, Mumbai
Government Law College (GLC), established in 1855, has the distinction of being the oldest Law College in Asia, dating even prior to the University of Mumbai, and enjoys a pre-eminent reputation for excellence in the field of legal education. Government Law College or GLC, as it is popularly known, continues to be an institution exclusively for the students of law. In addition to the old building, the college now has an annexe building, September 1988 onwards, which houses additional class rooms and a reference library.
GLC, which has a rich heritage and pedigree, is the repository of erudition in the legal firmament and has had the privilege of guidance and tutelage under eminent legal luminaries such as Dr. B. R. Ambedkar, Lokmanya Tilak, Justice M. C. Chagla, Sir Motilal Setalvad (first Attorney General of India), Sir Dinshaw Mulla, Justice Y. V. Chandrachud, Mr. Nani Palkhivala and several others who have adorned benches of the Supreme Court of India and the Bombay High Court.
About the event
As a part of the Discourse Segment of the National Leadership Summit’21, we are organising “The 2nd Freedom Fighter Late Shri Prem Nidhi Agrawal Memorial Article Writing Competition.” The Article Writing competition is open for any student pursuing their Undergraduate or Postgraduate degree, in any distinct field, from any recognized University/ College in India. No registration fee would be charged for participating in this Competition.
1. The Article must be in the English language only and the submission shall be in Microsoft Word (.doc or .docx format).
2. Co-authorship allowed up to a maximum of two authors.
3. Only one submission is allowed per author/team. Submissions, both as co-author and single author, will be treated as multiple submissions and will be disqualified as an entry to the competition.
4. There should not be any form of identification mark such as the name of the author, University/College name, etc. on the article.
Any form of identification will lead to disqualification.
5. The article must contain an abstract of not more than 300 words including keywords.
6. The word limit of the article should be 2000-3000 words, excluding footnotes and abstract.
7. The write-ups shall have no plagiarism and only original works that have not been published elsewhere and have not been submitted to any other organization are to be submitted.
8.The Articles shall be sent to [email protected] with the Subject “2nd P. N. Agrawal AWC_Submission” on or before 11:59 pm, 17th July 2021
Cash Prizes for the winners of the competition are as follows-
1st Prize – Rs.6000
2nd Prize – Rs.4000
3rd Prize – Rs. 2000
In addition, the articles of the First and the Second prize winners shall be published in the First issue of a GLC Journal – “La Politique” and they will be awarded a Publication Certificate as well. All participants would be awarded a Participation Certificate.
For further queries, Contact :
Abhishek Rajput – (+91)9664599097
Harshada Gaikwad- (+91)9527725701.