About the School of Law, Indore
School of Law, Indore is a constituent school of SVKM ‘s Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies, deemed to be University. NMIMS has been declared by the Ministry of Human Resources Department to be a Category-1 University under Autonomous Universities category in the year 2002-03 under the University Grants Commission Act, 1956.
Our initiative is to provide a platform to the participants to express their views lucidly in a concise manner upon the contemporary topics and ongoing problems which will capture and gauge the students’ distinctive ability and skill to vividly express their opinions on any topic. This competition can be used as a great opportunity for the students to explore and develop their writing skills. The endeavor is to instill in students an excellent expression of thought on paper and provide them a space for growth, improvement, and better learning.
This competition would enable the students to thoroughly brainstorm and express their views on the theme of “India’s Justice Delivery System: A Silver Lining or Mere Lofty Ideals” at the comfort of their homes and without the pressure of any time limit.
‘India’s Justice Delivery System: A Silver Lining or Mere Lofty Ideals’
The author can rely on the below mentioned sub-topics: –
- Efficacy of Legal Aid in enhancing access to Justice.
- The Lok Adalat system in India: Ensuring and promoting Justice for all?
- Public Interest Litigation: A vital tool filling the gap between law and Justice.
- Extrajudicial Killing and the rule of law.
- Social Justice & Marginalised sections of Indian Society
- Gender Variance in the Indian Criminal Justice System.
- Practicality of Preventive Detention Laws in India.
- Effect of Media trial on the Indian Judiciary
All law students pursuing 3 or 5 years LLB course from any UGC recognised college/university in India are eligible to participate.
- The essay must be English language only and the submission shall be in Microsoft Word (.doc or .docx format).
• Only one submission is allowed per author/team.
• The essay must contain an abstract of not more than 250 words, including keywords. Co-authorship to a maximum of two is permitted.
- The essay should be 2000-2500 words, excluding abstract and footnotes.