Research Writing Competition-2015

Sukriti Singh

1 Oct 2015 5:56 PM GMT

  • Research Writing Competition-2015

    GNLU Khaitan & Co. fellowship in collaboration with GNLU Centre for Corporate & Competition Law (GCCCL), Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar has announced Research Writing Competition 2015. It attempts to provide a platform for the law students for expressing their views on various aspects of Mergers and Acquisitions and recent developments taking place across the India which affects the Indian position.

    Eligibility: Participant must be an enrolled student of Under Graduate Student of Law (3/5 year) or
    Post Graduate Student of Law (1/2 year).


    • Cross Border Mergers
    • Banking Mergers
    • Takeover and Regulatory Issues in India
    • Competition Issues in M&A
    • Due Diligence in M&A

    Submission & Formatting Guidelines

    1. The Research Writing should be typed in Times New Roman, Font Size 12 with line spacing of 1.5 and margins should be 1” or 2.54 cm on all sides.
    2. The footnotes must be in Times New Roman, Font size 10 and line spacing of 1.
    3. The citation must be according to OSCOLA4th Edition Format style.
    4. The minimum word limit for the Research Writing is 4000 words and maximum word limit is 6000 words (excluding footnotes).
    5. Co-authorships are not allowed.
    6. The Research Writing can be sent in ‘.doc’ of ‘.docx’ format only.
    7. Scanned Copy of College / University ID Card must also be sent along with the submission.
    8. The participants are required to send the following details in a separate word document along with the Research Writing with a covering letter: Important Note:
      Name of the College / Institute / University:
      Programme Enrolled & Year:
      Contact No.:


    • Frist Prize: 10,000 INR
    • Second Prize: 6,000 INR
    • Third Prize: 3,000 INR
      Certificates will be issued to all theparticipants.

    Last date for the Submissions: 10th Jan - 2015

    Click here to download the brochure and registration form.

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