‘My Struggle with the Truth,’ an essay writing competition, a tribute to the Father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi, who believed in “the truth will set you free.” This essay competition has inspired to bring that thought into modern age and thus this essay competition will allow the participants to try and relate it to modern times.
The participants are allowed to choose any topic they feel is relevant under the main topic, no restriction on number of words, language, the only requirement is to think outside the box and surprise us. With this free range of choice, the participants will be given one hour to write an essay. The truth is so versatile and links to everyday life from the smallest to the biggest problem (corruption) and the participants have been given free range to choose.
The marks allotted are final and cannot be challenged, the winners’ essays will be published in the end of term college magazine and the winners will receive a certificate of recognition and a prize. Marks will be deducted if the participant fails to put identification code on the essay paper.
Evaluation and Judging Criteria of this Essay
• Identifies the topic of the essay
• States the main points developed in the essay,
• Clarifies how all of the main points are logically related,
• Conveys the purpose of the essay,
• Support and development of ideas,
• Insight into the subject matter,
• Complete Sentences,
• Correct Punctuation,
• Accurate Word Choice
My Struggle With The Truth
Essay competition held on 28th September, 2018
Sabeena 3 (3 yr) LLB – 1st Place
Vandana 1st BA LLB – 2nd Place
Supriya D’Souza 4 (5 yr) LLB – 3rd Place
Devaraju T 3 (3 yr) LLB – 4th Place
Ashwini D”Souza 1st (3 yr) LLB – 1st
Karthikeya Kuckian 1st (3 yr) LLB – 1st
Anirudh Holla 1st (3 yr) LLB – 2nd
Arjun K J 5th LLB (A) – 3rd