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CHRONICLE ESSAY COMPETITION being published in the CSC English Magazine is an initiative to give our readers a chance to test their essay writing skills and win a prize money of Rs. 1000/-.
Many people across the country have been participating in the competition. The best essay will be published in the magazine. Those essays that have a potential will beplaced on the website to read.

The essay topic for the next issue, December 2018, is: ‘Should Judiciary have a Role in Matters related to Faith and Tradition?’

Last Date for Submission of the Essay: 20th of October, 2018
Instructions to Chronicle Essay Competition:
1. The essay should not be more than 2000 words.
2. The best essay that would be published in the magazine will win the prize money of Rs. 1000/-.
3. The editorial team has the discretion of selecting the essays both to be published and placed on the site.
4. Only name and State will be displayed on the site.
5. Details required: Name, Address (with pin code)
6. Address is for delivering the cheque
7. Essays can be sent via e-mail or by post.

Mail your essays to:cscenglish@chronicleindia.in
Send your essays to: Chronicle Publications (P) Ltd, A-27D, Sector 16, Noida –201301 (U.P.)

Winner Chronicle Essay Competition

ESSAY TOPIC (FOR NOVEMBER 2018 EDITION): “Elections In India Is A Melting Pot Of Various Dynamics” :



DIVYANSHU PANDEY

India became a Republic on 26th January, 1950 and thus with this path-breaking achievement it ushered into an era of democracy where the general populace formed the electorate and with this began the process of quinquennial elections in India for the race to the Parliament and the state legislatures. Elections in India are a strenuous exercise that require great deal of efforts by the Election Commission so that they can be conducted effectively and impartially so that the g




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VIVEKANANDA'S CONTRIBUTION TO INDIA'S NATIONAL INTEGRATION:



Anonymous

“I am an Indian and every Indian is my brother.The ignorant Indian, the poor and destitute Indian, the Brahmin Indian, the pariah Indian is my brother.The Indian is my brother, the Indian is my life, India’s gods and goddesses are my God, India’s society is the cradle of my infancy, the pleasure garden of my youth, the sacred heaven, the Varanasi of my old age. The soil of India is my highest heaven; the good of India is my good.”




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IS SOCIAL NETWORKING REALLY IMPORTANT?:



Prasenjit Das

‘The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place.’ – George Bernard Shaw.Social networking or social media might sound slightly grammatically different, yet they are synonymous to us in common parlance. It is the collectively recognized online communication platforms, channels, websites and applications which are intended to allow people to communicate or share ideas, thoughts, marketing, pictures, video




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