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 and on the website.
The essay topic for this month i.e. January, is: ‘Role of Media in Good Governance’
Last Date for Submission of the Essay: 1st of February, 2020
Instructions to Chronicle Essay Competition:
1. The essay should not be more than 1200 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:firstname.lastname@example.org
Send your essays to: Chronicle Publications (P) Ltd, A-27D, Sector 16, Noida –201301 (U.P.)
Chronicle Essay Competition: Winners
We are proud Indians but not blind ones. Something’s not right and we know it. Today India is going through a crisis and we can’t ignore it pretending it to be a phase.With all mob-lynching, rapes, economic slowdown, we cannot move towards the trillion dollars economy dream fantasizing that these are just bumps on road. There is clearly an evil that needs to be tackled down by getting at its roots. But what is it we are fighting? Is it an economic crisis or a moral one? As a nation what are we up against?Some say it is the economic crisis we are facing. With GDP growth for last quarter sinking down below 5%, unemployment
“The biggest threat to our planet is the belief that someone will save it” -Robert SwanMan himself can make or mar his own destiny. He can save human race or can destroy all forms of life. The present indications are not encouraging any hope or improvements. The increasing environmental pollution is creating survival problems. The forests are disappearing, the deserts are expanding, and the earth is becoming inhabitable. Our planet is in trouble chiefly because of a population boom. Rapid industrial growth has polluted the natural environment. Environment pollution causes globa
In a post-globalised world order, humanity rests on imbricated systems of trade, economy, the environment and a massive, ever- expanding flow of ideas. In such a scenario, poverty threatens the very foundations of this fragile world order. Various economic research studies point toward a recent trend in increasing income inequalities within nations, as marked by the standardised measure of inequality known as the ‘Gini Coefficient’, especially over the past few decades. However, it is important to remember that the consequences of living in grossly unequal societies with millions living in poverty, goes beyond the perspective that mere economic denominator
Strolling through the dusty, musty, dirt ridden, cobbled, vine covered, brick laden, concrete layered, and often tarmacked streets of India,one can see development sprawling and sprouting on the horizon. The Indian economy and communal space much like these assorted avenues is a complex mixture of crude and comprehensive. The multidimensional exposure that India receives because of its ethnic diversity and a gargantuan population has over time catapulted India onto the world stage. India is now in the race to reclaim its former glory and prestige. As it tries to purge itself form the sizable stains of poverty and precarious social order,the International forum
“Deep dark monsters loom in the dark,Along the pathways and Recesses that perhaps a few might embark.Evil hidden in plain sight,Hideous masks shunning the right.” The world we live in today has witnessed drastic technological advancements, more so in the last few decades than, in perhaps, the last century. Yet the blade that still hangs on our necks is: Is our species ready for the scientific innovations that have swung by us through the millennia? In recent years AI based applications have received a tidal wave of new upgrades and developments. Acknowledging Artificial int
Data seems to have become the holy grail of everything “DIGITAL”. Many experts extoll the significance of data in today’s world by calling it the most important currency of the times we live in. Every business, every organization, every government scheme seems to hinge its decisions, marketing and operations on the data involved. As per the TCS global trend study of 2015, the IoT (Internet of Things) owed its growth to the customer data that was available. The study extolled how customer data was key to delivering custom made products, better customer service, razor sharp targeted marketing and so on, which begs the question, “What is data that give
If we were to take a leap back to the early 20th century when Robert Frost penned this ubiquitous truth, we would find ourselves in a world where walls were both towering and crumbling. On the brink of the first World War, every major power was jealously guarding the last square inch of their existing territory even as it sought to outpace its contemporaries in acquiring newer domains. As the world map faced imminent rearrangement, the sentiment of neighbourly niceties embodied in the Bible was subsumed by shrewd alliances for strategic gain and national interest.Cut to the present day, and despite mankind’s great leaps in
“The end of education is character The end of knowledge is love” Education in its very essence means bringing out what is best in a person and providing him/her an opportunity to realize his /her complete potentiality and giving rational touch to his feelings and thoughts. Education is meant neither exclusively for employment nor entertainment and not even for mere living but it is for life. So education cannot be an end in itself but it is only a means to an end since end of education is character and tolerance. Wit
In India, reservation has always been a hot topic for discussion from ancient times to modern times. It is an issue which is discussed from tea stalls to the Indian parliament. It is observed that it erupts, becomes silent for sometimes and again erupts and thus cycle goes on. As per our constitution, every citizen of different regions, different religions, different languages, different cultures, different rituals, different castes, different communities, different races, different origins, different dialects, different complexions, different genders, different abilities, different food habits, different festivals etc. are equal. There should not be any discrimination based on castes, ge
"Honesty is for the most part less profitable than dishonesty." - As said by the Greek philosopher Plato A dishonest system has a trait of deceitfulness with an exploitative view for personal as well as material gains. Many a times, people misuse their legal power or official authority to receive illegitimate financial gains which they don't deserve. Most of the times, dishonest systems categorically eliminate opportunities for honesty to thrive. This often hurts the society in general because being honest hurts and is frowned upon.Generally, people like to take the easy way out to end their sufferings and for their greed for money. T