Thursday, August 25, 2011

National Level Essay Competition for Students

To celebrate the Teacher’s Day

Centre for Positive Philosophy and Interdisciplinary Studies (CPPIS), Milestone Education Society (Regd.) Pehowa (Kurukshetra)-136128


National Level Essay Competition for Students

on the theme

“Problems in Contemporary Indian Society”

Indian society is multifaceted to an extent perhaps unknown in any other of the world's great civilizations. Virtually no generalization made about Indian society is valid for all of the nation's multifarious groups. Comprehending the complexities of Indian social structure has challenged scholars and other observers over many decades. This Essay Competition concentrates on socio-political issues and a tribute to Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan (1888-1975) an academic, philosopher, and statesman and was one of the most recognized and influential Indian thinkers in academic circles in the 20th century. This Essay Competition provides an opportunity to think over some basic concepts of Indian society as well as motivate students to find out solution for future.


  • Teacher-Student Relationship: An Indian Outlook
  • Need of Spiritualistic Outlook in Human Life
  • Effect of Westernization on Indian Society
  • The Concept of Peace and Globalization in Indian Culture
  • Students’ participation in Socio-Political Issues
  • Women in 21st Century: Issues and Future Perspectives
  • Dalit-Discrimination in Indian Culture and Indian Scriptures
  • Reservation Policy as a Socio-Political Issue
  • Will India ever leave the Caste-Discrimination issue in upcoming years?
  • Philosophy of Liberation with Special reference to Dalits

Eligibility: Graduate from any stream or undergraduate student.

Last Date of Submission: 5th September 2011

Procedure: Essays between 2500-3000 words, neatly written or typed in Hindi or English language, reached to the undersigned till 5th September 2011 or email to

Benefits of Participation:

Selected candidate will be provided a merit certificate with a prize and essay will be published in an online publication of the Centre.

For further details contact:

Dr Desh Raj Sirswal

Department of Philosophy,

P.G.Govt. College for Girls,

Sector-11, Chandigarh (India)

Contact Number-09896848775, 08968544048