Article Writing Contest – Management Institute

Contest Name: Article Writing Competition- T A Pai Management Institute, Manipal

Deadline: 28-Jul-2015 to 11-Aug-2015

Eligibility: MBA Students, Postgraduate Level

Region: India

article writing contest 2015

Here’s your chance to publish your article in one of the most popular B-shcool magazines of India!

A chance to combine your managerial and writing skills and showcase them to peers, professors and potential recruiters!!

THEME: ‘Leading singlehandedly’ is the broad topic for this competition.

You can write about

1. The case of an individual or organisation as an illustration for leading singlehandedly; analsying, interpreting and drawing conclusions
2. Your understanding and opinion on leading singlehandedly
3. Leading singlehandedly in a particular area of management (Finance, HR, Operations, IT, Marketing)

These are a few ideas. You can use your creativity to write on anything else pertaining to the theme to dazzle our judges.

Word limit: Minimum – 400.  Maximum – 2000.

Please include your name, your institution’s name and a recent photograph along with your entry.

The maximum number of co-authors is three. However, multiple entries from the same institution are allowed.

In case of any queries, please drop a mail to pratibimb@tapmi.edu.in

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source: http://dare2compete.com/competitions/14796/Article-writing-competition/T-Pai-Management-Institute-Manipal

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2015 Writing Contest By Dallas Genealogical Society

Contest Name: Dallas Genealogical Society 2015 Writing Contest
Deadline or Closes April 30, 2015
Prize: First prize is $500; second prize is $300 and third prize is $100.

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About Dallas Genealogical Society

Founded in 1954, the Dallas
Genealogical Society (DGS) is the oldest continuously functioning
society of its kind in Texas. The object of this Society is to educate
by creating, fostering, and maintaining interest in genealogy; to assist
and support the genealogy section of the J. Erik Jonsson Central
Library in Dallas, Texas; and to collect, preserve, copy, and index
information relating to Dallas County and its early history. The Dallas
Public Library has been rated as one of the Top 10 libraries for
genealogy research in the U.S. by Family Tree Magazine.

DGS is a
nonprofit, tax-exempt corporation and a member of the National
Genealogical Society (NGS) and the Federation of Genealogical Societies
(FGS).Dallas, TX , January 4, 2015 – – The Dallas Genealogical Society announces that its 2015 Writing Contest is open for entries beginning January 1, 2015. This is the third year that the Society has sponsored this contest which comes with cash prizes.

The contest is open to both members and non-members of DGS as well as amateurs and professionals. Only original material not previously published elsewhere in any format is eligible. Entries will be accepted January 1 through April 30, 2015. Winners will be announced in July, 2015.

While DGS has a goal of preserving Dallas history, subject matter for the competition may range beyond the local geographic area. Articles may include:

  1. advanced methodologies and case studies (not limited by geography)
  2. family histories and genealogies, particularly those linked to North Texas, including those who came from or left to settle
  3. elsewhere
  4. transcriptions, abstracts or indexes of record groups (including family records) not yet filmed or digitized that relate to Dallas or North Texas
  5. ethnic, house, or military histories related to Dallas and surrounding counties

Entries will be judged on accuracy, clarity of writing, and overall impact and interest. First prize is $500; second prize is $300 and third prize is $100.

Complete Rules and Guidelines are available at: http://www.dallasgenealogy.org/Info/Guidelines.pdf.

Winning articles are eligible to be published in Pegasus: Journal of the Dallas Genealogical Society. Past winning entries can be read in the 2013 and 2014 Research Issues of Pegasus, which members can access through the DGS website. Use them as examples of outstanding research and writing.

Send entries via email only, with “DGS Writing Competition” in the subject line to: editorial@dallasgenealogy.org.
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Prize: Free A Iceland Writers Retreat in April 2015

About the Iceland Writers Retreat

Held for the first time in
April 2014, the Iceland Writers Retreat is an event comprised of a
series of small-group writing workshops and cultural tours designed to
introduce participants to Iceland’s rich literary heritage. In 2015,
there will be ten Featured Authors leading workshops, including Barbara
Kingsolver, Adam Gopnik, Linn Ullmann, Sjón, and Taiye Selasi. The
Iceland Writers Retreat was named one of the world’s best writers’
retreats by the Sydney Morning Herald, and one of the top 10 “Events to
travel for in 2014” by Four Seasons Magazine.

Iceland Writers Retreat in April 2015

We’ve partnered with conference organizers Iceland Travel to offer one
person a free delegate spot at the ICELAND WRITERS RETREAT in April
2015. The winner will receive the full retreat package, including a free
hotel stay, tours, most meals, and all workshops for the duration of
the event, from 8 to 12 April.*

We know you’re all great
writers, so show us what you’ve got. Write a short story or essay, no
more than 500 words, using this image of Harpa Concert Hall &
Conference Center as your inspiration.
 

Our four-person judging panel will select one winning entry. Judges will be looking for creativity, originality, and style.

People who have already registered to attend the Iceland Writers Retreat are also welcome to apply. If the winner has already registered, his or her payment will be refunded.

Deadline: 23:59 (GMT) January 25, 2015

Submit your entry to iwrcontest@icelandtravel.is. All entries must be submitted in a Word attachment. DO NOT WRITE YOUR NAME ON THE ATTACHMENT. The name of the attachment should be the title of the entry. Please also put this title in the body of your email submission. Entries will be judged anonymously.

Questions? Email iwr@icelandwritersretreat.com.

All the fine print:

– The author of the winning entry will receive one delegate spot at the Iceland Writers Retreat 2015, including accommodation (if based outside of the Reykjavík Capital Area) and all other items listed on the registration page (www.icelandwritersretreat.com/register)
– *The prize does not include airfare to Iceland, airport transfers, or any expenses not itemized in the delegate description.
-The prize is valid for one participant on a standard single room (if based outside of the Reykjavík Capital Area) basis. If the participant wishes to purchase a room upgrade or attend with an accompanying person, the standard additional fees apply.
– The prize does not include attendance at the Relax & Write extension.
– The entry must be submitted in English and must be your own original work.
– The entry must not have been published elsewhere, either in print or online.
– The winner grants Iceland Travel and Iceland Writers Retreat the right to publish their submission (with credit) in conjunction with the promotion.
– Submissions that do not win will not be published.
– The judging panel is made up of representatives from Iceland Travel, Reykjavík UNESCO City of Literature, Promote Iceland, and Iceland Review magazine.
– The judges’ decision is final. Unfortunately we are unable to provide feedback on submissions.
– Only one entry per person.
– You must be 18 years old or older on the day the retreat begins (April 8, 2015) to enter.
– There is no entry fee.
– Contest closes at 23:59 (GMT) on January 25, 2015. The winner will be announced on January 30, 2015.
– Second or third place entries will be selected in the event that the first place winner cannot attend.

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News-O-Matic’s Journey Writing Contest 2015

Catogories:  students 10 years old or younger. The other is for students between the ages of 11 and 13.
Deadline: December, 2014
Prize:Calling all writers! Win a $50 iTunes gift card and become a published author!

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 News-O-Matic’s Journey Writing Contest 2015

Ring in the New Year by becoming a published author! Enter News-O-Matic’s Journey to the Future contest for a chance to win $50 iTunes gift card!

The writing contest for kids promotes literacy and storytelling — while getting kids excited about the future. Enter the contest and have kids read the story from across the globe!

Contest Rules

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NEWS-O-MATIC FUTURE WRITING CONTEST DETAILS/RULES

WHO:There are TWO writing contests! One is for students 10 years old or younger. The other is for students between the ages of 11 and 13. This contest is open to children in any country in the world.

WHAT: Write a New Year’s story — set in the year 3015! Anything can happen in the futuristic tale. Just make sure that it’s no more than 250 words. Any piece longer WILL NOT be accepted.

All submissions must be original work. There is no charge to enter, so submit as many stories as you’d
like! Submit alone or submit as part of a group.

WHEN: All entries must be submitted by 11:59 P.M. (ET) on December 18, 2014.
Winners will be announced at the start of the New Year.

HOW: Send in your entry using the form on the website.
Be sure to include your name, a guardian’s e-mail address, and a name for your story.
WHY: Two grand-prize winners will be publishedin a News-O-Maticarticle. (There will be one for each age range: 10 and younger and 11 to 13. Each will win a $50 iTunes gift card!)

The grand-prize winners and three finalists for each age range will get a News-O-Matic
prize pack including a water bottle, stickers, and more! And their storieswill be published on press4kids.com.
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All entrants will receive a News-O-Matic certificate just for entering!

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Movie Idea Writing Contest – Deadline: December

Contest Name: 2014 Great TV Show Idea Contest
Deadline: December 1st, 2014

Prize: 

Grand Prize Winner:

  • $2,000 cash
  • Exposure to studio-level producers for potential development
  • Consultation sessions with Script Pipeline executives to get your concept ready for circulation
  • Additional circulation to up to 200 production companies and industry contacts looking to develop new feature material

The Grand Prize Winner also receives the finalist prizes listed below. . . .

Runners-up:

  • Memberships to Script Pipeline’s Writers Database ($280)
  • (2) extended consultations with Script Pipeline’s Director of Development to fine-tune your pitch ($1,500 value)
Movie Idea Writing Contest

Pitching to Hollywood is how films get made.

The 7th Great Movie Idea Contest connects the winner with top studio producers, including execs from Lakeshore Entertainment (Million Dollar Baby), Vinson Films (Journey to the Center of the Earth), Benderspink (We’re the Millers), and other major motion picture companies looking for new concepts to develop. Any genre or subject matter accepted–just think big.

For writers and non-writers alike, the contest gives its winners extensive, one-on-one development assistance to refine their pitch prior to industry exposure. Accepted entries include loglines, synopses, video pitches, and full treatments or outlines.

Since 2000, Script Pipeline has established relationships with hundreds of production companies, managers, and agents, resulting in $5 million in specs sold from previously undiscovered writers. The Great Movie Idea Competition looks to not only increase that total, but help visionary creatives expose their stories to the world.

Final Deadline: December 1st, 2014 – $40/entry

Winner Announced: February 2015

– NOTABLE SUCCESS STORIES –

Script Pipeline Contest Winner Sells Spec for $3 Million

After introductions by Script Pipeline to industry partner Jake Wagner, Evan Daugherty sold Snow White & the Huntsman to Universal for $3 million. It marked one of the biggest studio spec sales in years and subsequently made Evan one of the hottest young writers in the industry. The film was released summer 2012 and grossed over $400 million worldwide.

Script Pipeline’s criteria is based primarily on the overall originality and marketability of the concept.

Although we’re known to be strict on judging, all types of genres,
styles, and premises are accepted. In the past, winning and
finalist ideas have ranged from lower-budget indies, to animation, to
true stories, as well as all types of genres. Literally anything is fair
game–come up with something highly unique, or a fresh twist on an old
concept, and you’ll have an excellent shot at getting selected.

Industry contacts reviewing finalist pitches include:

  • Tripp Vinson (Vinson Films) – Journey to the Center of the EarthThe Rite
  • Jake Wagner (Benderspink)
  • Michael McKay (Lakeshore Entertainment)
  • David Boxerbaum (Paradigm)
  • Brooklyn Weaver (Energy Entertainment) – Extant
  • Sean McKittrick (Darko Entertainment) – Donnie DarkoBad Words

For other industry execs interested in judging for the Script Pipeline competitions, or email matt@scriptpipeline.com. We will only consider applicants who are active producers, agents, managers, or directors.

Written or video submissions accepted.

For written pitches:

  • Anything from a two-sentence logline to a 3-5 page
    treatment–entirely up to you on how to best present your idea. We don’t
    judge on format, we judge on the idea itself. Extended treatments and
    supplemental materials (illustrations, etc.) are also accepted. Please
    do not send full-length screenplays–summaries ONLY. Pitches may be
    emailed direct.
  • Longer submissions are judged on the SAME criteria as short ones, so whatever length you think is best.

For video pitches:

  • Submit a link to the video after registration through email. We
    prefer a private link on YouTube, Vimeo, or any other video hosting
    site, or your personal website.
  • Videos can be any length, but remember, shorter is typically better. No short films (or for that matter, features).

General rules:

  • Concept MUST be for a feature-length film. Ideas for TV pilots,
    novels, short stories, and any other creative medium are not accepted.
  • It is highly advised that you register your concept with the WGA
    prior to submitting, however it is not required. Script Pipeline will
    not share your idea with anyone unless you’re chosen as a finalist and
    give us explicit permission to do so.
  • Previous Script Pipeline writers (Recommends, contest finalists,
    etc.) and former Great Movie Idea entrants are welcome to submit.
  • Goes without saying, but the concept must be WHOLLY ORIGINAL and not
    based on an existing franchise. In other words, don’t send us the next Batman installment. Come up with your own epic story.

To view complete rules and guidelines go http://scriptpipeline.com/great-idea-competition-official-rules

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see also:

Free Creative Writing Contest – Deadline 14-Dec-2014
Literature Contest For Student – 2015