Results for 1st Riverus Article Writing Competition on Direct Taxes

We received around 15 entries which were judged on structure, clarity, analysis and language.

As per our panel’s feedback, most entries scored extremely low on legal analysis while a couple of articles were disqualified as a result of plagiarism. The competition required an in-depth analysis of one (or more) issues in the given themes however the entries tried to cover all topics within the word limit, leading to little or no analysis of the legal issues.

One article caught our attention, written by our winner Sayak Chatterjee of UPES, Dehradun discussing the exploitation of section 10AA. Our editors will publish the article soon. Congratulations Sayak!

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