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3RD NATIONAL ESSAY WRITING COMPETITION 2018-

REGISTER BY 5TH FEB 2017

ABOUT THE COMPETITION

With an objective to enhance the writing talents of young budding professionals, Legge Rhythms Media and Publications in association with Swarna Bharatha News come up with the 3rd National Essay Writing Competition 2017.

ABOUT LEGGE RHYTHMS

Legge Rhythms Media and Publications is a one stop destination for law students. The law students may find all aspects of law under a single umbrella on their website- https://leggerhythms.org/

ABOUT SWARNA BHARATHA Swarna Bharatha News is a new initiative by law students of different law colleges across India to form a neutral news portals where original and true views about the society can be featured. You can access their website- http://swarnabharatha.org/ TOPIC “Any Legal or Non Legal Issue” (Preferably Recent Topics)

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES • The competition is open for all school and college students • Only original articles must be submitted. Plagiarism would lead to disqualification. • The essay should be written in English. • Word Limit- Minimum 500 words Maximum 1500 words • The essay must be type written • Headings – Font Size 16, BOLD • Sub Headings- Font Size 14, BOLD ITALIC • Content- Font Size 12 • Font- Times New Roman • Line Spacing- 1.5 • Margins- 2” on each side • Submissions should be made in .doc or .docx format only SUBMISSION Submissions to be made on swarnabharatha.official @gmail.com No mark of identification should be made at the time of submissions.

ELIGIBILITY

Any student in their undergraduate or postgraduate courses can make submissions for this competition.

IMPORTANT DATES •

5th February 2018- Last Date of Registration • 15th February 2018 – Last Date of Submission • 10th March 2018- Result Announcement

REGISTRATION FEE 100 Rs per author

PAYMENT PROCEDURE Paytm- 8435983045 (Scan Code provided on the poster) EVALUATION PROCEDURE

Every article will be peer reviewed and evaluated in three levels. Every participant will be allotted a code during registration. The participant will send in their articles in which the file will be name by the code they have been allotted. No mark of identification permitted. The article would be first reviewed by a set of law students. In level two, Top 20 articles would be judged by a panel of advocates and academicians. In level three, Top 10 articles would be judged by a panel of senior advocates and academicians. AWARDS • 1st Prize- 1200 INR+ Certificate + Publication in a ISSN Journal • 2nd Prize- 1000 INR + Certificate • 3rd Prize- 800 INR + Certificate • Top 10 participants get online internship under Legge Rhythms and Swarna Bharatha. • E-Participation Certificates for all the participants.

CONTACT Navdisha Sehgal- +918800155895 Rishabh Tiwari- +919782600887 Ritika Sahini- +918770732208 Priyanshi Chandrawat- +917354463999

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Two-Day International Conference

on

The Soul in Symphony: Spiritual and Pragmatic Aspects of Happiness

29-30 January 2018

Organized by

Mehr Chand Mahajan

DAV College for Women

Sector 36-A, Chandigarh
Email: goldenhappiness2018mcm@gmail.com Website : http://www.mcmdavcw-chd.edu

COLLEGE AT A GLANCE

MCM DAV College for Women, a premier multi-faculty post graduate institution, was established in 1968 to commemorate the exemplary contribution of Justice Mehr Chand Mahajan in spearheading the DAV Movement. The college has been re-accredited with Grade ‘A’ by NAAC and ranks among top 50 colleges at the national level, as per the surveys conducted by India Today and The Week magazine. It has been awarded Star Status by Department of Biotechnology, Government of India. In National Institute Ranking Framework by MHRD, Government of India, the college has figured among the top 75 educational institutions of India. Along with the numerous academic achievements to its credit, the institution also has the distinction of winning the Panjab University Women’s General Efficiency Sports Shield 37 times. MCM DAV College continues to explore new vistas of growth and learning—both for the students and the faculty.

ABOUT THE CONFERENCE

The year 2018 is being celebrated as the Golden Jubilee Year of the institution. As part of the celebrations, the college is organizing a two-day International Conference on The Soul in Symphony: Spiritual and Pragmatic Aspects of Happiness on 29-30 January 2018. Eminent speakers from diverse areas would be sharing their learned views on the topic. Faculty members, research scholars and post graduate students are invited to present papers at this event.

The pursuit of happiness is an eternal endeavour, partially because it has defied definition despite persistent efforts to do so across ages. What is happiness? Is it in doing one’s duty or inbeingfreeofallworldlyburdens? Isitintreadingthemoralandethicalpathunflinchinglyor in breaking all shackles and societal injunctions? Further, a person’s happiness may be another’s misery, and one’s commonplace might be the other’s ecstasy.

It seems that every age brings with it a further depletion of episodes of happiness in the general drama of life. In the present day, however, the pressures have attained the level of near explosion. And we find ourselves asking—Are we really happy? Is success/money equal to happiness? Conversely, is it possible to remain happy without money and success? Is there something called ‘real happiness’? And by the same logic then, does the concept of ‘falsehappiness’exist? Clearly,thequestforthemeaningofhappinessisasmaddeningas its pursuit.

In this scenario, the need to de-stress, vent-out, channelize and occupy oneself constructivelyisoverpoweringandalso,absolutelyessential. TheInternationalConference on Happiness aims at arriving at a better understanding of our own selves, our aspirations and expectations. Hopefully, the deliberations can lead to optimization of our abilities and potential, and thereby, to the creation of a joyful environment at home, workplace and abroad.

Themes

The following themes are the suggested focal points of discussion. An effort has been made to include both the philosophical and pragmatic aspects of the topic under separate headings. The paper presenters /participants can also choose topics that could relate to the general ambit of the projected concerns for oral / poster presentation.

a) Looking for Happiness

Ÿ What is happiness?
Ÿ Happiness and Spirituality
Ÿ Can we practice happiness? – Enquiries into the power of Meditation and Yoga Ÿ Asceticism Vs Indulgence
Ÿ The Quantum of Happiness–Feelings in the cage of cultural constructs
Ÿ Is Happiness a Science or an Art? — Relativity of Happiness
Ÿ Social Structures—Foundations of Happiness?
Ÿ Does the spring of joy dry up in the autumn of life?—The Geriatric Dimension
Ÿ I think, therefore I am [happy]? — The Power of Positive Thinking
Ÿ Advertising Happiness: Materialism as an end in itself
Ÿ Cinematic/Literary/Artistic Representations of Happiness
Ÿ Social Media and Changing Expressions of Happiness

b) Exploring the Possible Road to Joy

  • Ÿ  Happiness, Creativity and Arts (including Performing Arts)
  • Ÿ  Happiness and Socio-economic Policy
  • Ÿ  Ecological Efficiency Index
  • Ÿ  Happiness in Global Perspective: Need for New Paradigms
  • Ÿ  Gross National Happiness Index
  • Ÿ  Happiness and Mental Health Care/ Neuroscience / Health care
  • Ÿ  Happiness, Workplace Values and Ethics
  • Ÿ  Happiness, Gender Diversity and Gender Equity
  • Ÿ  Happiness and Sustainable Practices.

    Please mail your abstracts at goldenhappiness2018mcm@gmail.com (Word Limit: 300 words) Last Date for Abstract Submission: 15 December 2017
    Intimation of Acceptance: 20 December 2017
    Last Date for Registration: 12 January 2018

    Last Date for Paper Submission: 20 January 2018
    Please note that a selected few papers will be published in New Horizons (ISSN No. 2277-5218), our peer reviewed and UGC approved journal.

The Soul in Symphony: Spiritual and Pragmatic Aspects of Happiness

Patron:

Convener:

Coordinators:

Organizing Secretaries:

Steering Committee:

Dr. Punam Suri, Padma Shree Awardee Hon’ble President
DAV College Managing Committee, New Delhi

Dr. Nisha Bhargava (Principal)

Ms. Madhvi Bajaj Dr. Mridula Sharma

Ms. Archana Bakshi Dr. Vandana Sharma Dr. Nitasha Khehra Dr. Bindu Dogra

Dr. Anju Lata
Dr. Komil Tyagi
Dr. Bhavna Sood Dr. Neetu
Dr. Shefali Dhiman Dr. Sagarika Dev Dr. Sarabjeet Kaur Ms. Vandita Kapoor

(98720 03719) (94652 18615)

(9872971489) (9914084438) (9872068658) (9872663614)

For registration form, details of registration fee and any other query, pleasevisitourwebsitewww.mcmdavcw-chd.eduor call at any of the above mentioned phone numbers.

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