National Essay Competition 2018 by Oil India Limited for School & College Students [Prizes Worth Rs. 1.2L]: Submit by Sept 14
About the Essay Competition
Oil India Limited (OIL) is organizing various events to mark the completion of its 60 glorious years. To mark this occasion amongst other events, it is proposed to conduct the OIL’s 60 Years’ National Level Essay Competition 2018 for students pursuing school, college, undergraduate and post-graduate degree.
The National Level Essay Competition is being held in three languages i.e. Assamese, Hindi and English.
Would include Secondary & Senior Secondary School Students i.e. from Class 9th to Class 12th. (Maximum words 2000)
Would include College/ University / Institute students pursuing Graduation, Post-Graduation.(Maximum words 3000)
Category-I: Green Energy: A Solution to Climate Change
Category-II: Energy Security in India: Challenges and Opportunities
Total 18 essays will be selected for prize distribution and online publication under the two categories and the three languages mentioned above. Names of the winners will be published on OIL’s website. Each winner will be awarded an honorarium cash prize and a certificate & memento as per the details below:
Category I: 9th to 12th Standard
First: Rs. 20,000
Second: Rs. 15,000
Third: Rs 10,000
Category II: Graduation/Post Graduation
First: Rs. 30,000
Second: Rs. 25,000
Third: Rs. 20,000
National winners will be announced in January 2019 and only the First Prize winners in each
language and category shall be invited to participate in the concluding ceremony of 60th Year celebrations on 18th February 2019 at OIL’s Field Headquarters in Duliajan, Assam.
How to Submit
The entries are to be submitted online on OIL’s website (click here) from 15th August 2018 to 14th September 2018 only. There is no registration/entry fee for participating in the OIL’s 60 Years’ National Level Essay Competition 2018-19.
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