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Arth aarth- Call for Articles (FOR TANGRAM)

About the Event: It is an article writing competition which gives an exciting opportunity to flaunt your knowledge of finance and get your article published in our reputed Annual Finance Magazine – ‘Arth-aarth’. You would be provided with the list of topics or you may also choose a relevant theme for the article as per the current global scenario. Articles with info graphic illustrations would be appreciated and would fetch more marks.

Prizes Worth 6000 !

Team Size:

Minimum:1, Maximum:2

Registration Deadline:

15.10.2021

Eligibility:

MBA Students, Engineering Students, Undergraduate

Event Coordinators:

Details of Rounds:

Single Round event- Article submission

This year’s topics for article writing are as follows:

  1. India Inc. and their IPO spree
  2. Credit management and issues of bad debts in commercial banks in India
  3. Relevance of traditional banks in the age of FinTech
  4. SEBI’s new margin rules: Impact on trading
  5. Are Bad Banks the solution to India’s NPA crisis?
  6. IPO or QIP: The future of fundraising
  7. Impact of Asset Monetization in India
  8. Can neo banks’ popularity outlast the pandemic?
  9. Does AI fundamentally change how the financial industry serves the economy?
  10. Role of Relative Strength in technical analysis
  11. Is the NIFTY rally a bubble?
  12. Impact of Financial scams on the Banking industry
  13. Impact of Afghanistan Taliban Issue on Indian Economy and Financial Markets
  14. Future prospects of cryptocurrency in India
  15. Views on RBI’s stance on the advent of digital currency 

Instructions:

  • Word limit: 1500 to 2000 words
  • Font: Times New Roman
  • Size: 12
  • Line spacing: 1.5
  • Word document needs to be submitted
  • Naming Convention: Team Name_Team Leader Name
  • Plagiarism is a strict “NO”, any participant found doing so will be disqualified
  • Article should be original and should be written only for this competition
  • Best 3 articles will be selected as the winner
  • In case of any discrepancies or disputes, the decision taken by judges would be final.
  • Winner: 3000/-
  • First Runner Up: 2000/-
  • First Runner Up: 2000/-

Judging Criteria:

  • Understanding of the topic
  • Originality of ideas/opinions
  • Coherence
  • Logical conclusion

Note: Participants can choose a topic of their choice as well, but they need to take the permission of the club. Directly write to finomina@iimu.ac.in or contact any of the SPOCs for the event prior to registration deadline.