Essay Writing Competition

About Essay Writing Competition

Essay Writing Competition is a flagship yearly event organised by the Centre for Studies in Banking and Finance, National Law University, Jodhpur. The event receives submissions from law students across the nation and reviewed by industry leaders. The winning submissions of the past editions can be accessed on our blog page.

The Third NLUJ CSBF Essay Writing Competition, 2021-22 | Result

Upon successful completion of the Third NLUJ CSBF Essay Competition, 2021-22; we would like to take this opportunity to express our gratitude towards the people who have supported us and made the competition a grand success. 

We thank J. Sagar Associates for supporting us in our academic endeavor. We would also like to acknowledge the guidance and invaluable contribution of Mr. Aashit Shah (Chair, Finance Practice, JSA) and the banking and finance team at J. Sagar Associates in the review process of the submissions.
We would also like to thank our Knowledge and Research Partners, Eastern Book Company and SCC Online for helping in the smooth conduct of the competition and presenting the winners with exciting prizes.

Finally, we thank all the CSBF members, faculties, and the support staff without whose contribution and cooperation the event would not have been a success.

We are pleased to announce that the following have been adjudged as the best entries in the Competition:

  • First Prize: “Clamping Down on IPO Financing: The Beginning of the End for Genuine Investors”, authored by Parameswaran Chidamparam & Khushi Dua;
  • Second Prize: “Exploring Corporate Fund Governance For Alternative Investments: A Capital Markets Perspective of Funds Manager Liability”, authored by Urmil Shah;
  • Third Prize: “Invoking Guarantees After Completion of CIRP Identifying Guarantor’s Defences and Suggesting Counter Arguments”, authored by Samyuktha Ramesh;
  • Special Mentions –     
    • Fourth Prize: “Completion of CIRP: An escape for Guarantor?”, authored by Sakshi Garg and “RBI’s Tightening of Ship for NBFCs – What does it Mean for IPOs?”, authored by Disha Tulsyan;
    • Fifth Prise: “Pre-Pack in India: The Viability of the Alternative to Corporate Insolvency Resolution Process”, authored by Arjun Tyagi.

Our heartiest congratulations to all winners; and best wishes to all the participants for their future endeavors.