Results: 3rd National Essay Writing Competition on Nation and Nationalism 2019

By | February 26, 2019
Nationalism Results

Amity Law School proudly announces the results and rank of the 3rd National Essay Writing Competition on Nation and Nationalism 2019. The Third Edition of National Essay Writing Competition on Nation and Nationalism, 2019 was organised in collaboration with National Commission for Women, Indian Lawyers Association, Law Street Journal, and Legal Bites.

The Organising Committee, Amity Law School Gurugram would like to thank every participant of the 3rd National Essay Writing Competition on Nation and Nationalism, 2019 for showing interest in the competition.

“The preservation of freedom is not the task of soldiers alone.
The whole nation has to be strong.” ― Lal Bahadur Shastri

Congratulations to all the Winners and participants for putting in all the hard work!!

The results of the TOP TWENTY are as follows:

Rank 1

Name of Participant – Abhinav Kadyalwar

Name of College/University – IIITDM Kancheepuram, Chennai

Title of Essay – Renaming India, Rewriting History

Rank 2

Name of Participant – Jnandeep Bora

Name of Organisation – Gauhati High Court

Title of Essay – A Bird’s Eye view of Indian Politics

Rank 3

Name of Participant – Srijita Goswami and Aprajita Agnihotri

Name of College/University – Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad

Title of Essay – Nationalism sans borders: Blurring the bold lines


Rank 4

Name of Participant – Aarvi Singh and Swantika Kumar Rajvanshi

Name of College/University – Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab

Title of Essay – Guillotining Dissent on the Altar of Conscriptive Nationalism

Rank 5

Name of Participant Ssanjana Gupta

Name of College/University – Hidayatullah National Law University

Title of Essay – Heaven was blood

Rank 6

Name of Participant – Humaira Afreen

Name of College/University – Presidency University

Title of Essay – From ‘Ghar Wapsi’ to ‘Naam Wapsi’: Resurgence of Saffron faced Religious Nationalism in India

Rank 7

Name of Participant – Arushi Dubey

Name of College/University – University Institute of Legal Studies, Chandigarh

Title of Essay – The Indian Women’s voice in defining Nationalism

Rank 8

Name of Participant – Deepika Singla

Name of College/University – Daulat Ram College, Delhi University

Title of Essay – Indian Politics in Peril

Rank 9

Name of Participant – Sahil Singh and Vanshaj Dhiman

Name of College/University – Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University

Title of Essay – Evolution of Nationalism: From Classical to Liberal

Rank 10

Name of Participant – Abhinav Ashok

Name of College/University – Netaji Subhas University of Technology, Delhi University

Title of Essay – Sacred Game of Names


Rank 11

Name of Participant – Jasmine Brar

Name of College/University – Army Institute of Law, Mohali

Title of Essay – Indian Army: A Declining Interest?

Rank 12

Name of Participant – Aneesh Johnson

Name of College/University – School of Law, Christ University

Title of Essay – Patronizing by Safforinzing- The Politics of Renaming Public Spaces

Rank 13

Name of Participant – Ameya Nath

Name of College/University – Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University

Title of Essay – Menses: Better Health, Better Status

Rank 14

Name of Participant – Pranjal Sunkar and Prateek Srivastava

Name of College/University – Gujarat National Law University

Title of Essay – Securing India’s borders in the 21st century

Rank 15

Name of Participant – Bobil Kumar

Name of College/University – Faculty of Law, Delhi University

Title of Essay – Promiscuous concept of Nationalism: Indian perspective, a chaos created by Patrio-nationalism and secular-nationalism

Rank 16

Name of Participant – Manasi Vijay Deshmukh

Name of Organisation – Sudharman Law Firm, Pune

Title of Essay – Death of India in the Battle of Terrorism and Nationalism

Rank 17

Name of Participant – Priyanka Vaidyanath

Name of College/University – BMS College of Law, Bengaluru

Title of Essay – Pink Nationalism: A move from the patriarchal notion

Rank 18

Name of Participant – Saumya Singh

Name of College/University – Barkatullah University, Bhopal

Title of Essay – Nationalism: Vices in Disguise

Rank 19

Name of Participant – Lokesh Kumar Mavilla

Name of College/University – Tamil Nadu National Law University

Title of Essay – A Contemporary Rebate to Terrorism: From Antiquity to 21st Century?

Rank 20

Name of Participant – Sowmiya S and Beena Florian J

Name of College/University – School of Excellence in Law

Title of Essay – Prominent Evolution of Women in India

Note: –

First Prize – Certificate of Excellence + Memento + Cash Prize of ₹ 7,000 + Publication of Essay on Legal Bites and in Law Street Journal Magazine (Abstract)
Second Prize – Certificate of Excellence + Memento + Cash Prize of ₹ 5,000 + Publication of Essay on Legal Bites and in Law Street Journal Magazine (Abstract)
Third Prize – Certificate of Excellence + Memento + Cash Prize of ₹ 3,000 + Publication of Essay on Legal Bites and in Law Street Journal Magazine (Abstract)
  • Certificate of Merit would be awarded to the top ten participants excluding the top three, i.e. Rank 4th to 10th.
  • Abstract of the top five essays will be published in Law Street Journal Magazine.
  • All good essays will be published Online.
  • All the participants who have submitted the essay would get a Certificate of Participation
  • A complementary magazine will be given to all the participants.
  • All the Certificates will be sent via courier.
  • For Remarks about your essay, contact the organising committee via email.

All the submissions worth publishing will be published at Legal Bites and in the newsletter. We wish all the participants ALL THE BEST for the future.

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