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SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

Please follow the guidelines given below to write blogs for The Moot Court Society:

  • The submission should be in relevance to the given theme of the month.

  • Submissions will be screened for plagiarism.

  • Submissions must be emailed to editorialboard.mcs@gmail.com in the form of a Microsoft Word document. The subject of the email must be "BLOG SUBMISSION – NAME OF AUTHOR"

  • The font used must be Times New Roman, size 12, line spacing 1.5 and the content should be justified. Footnotes must be in font size 10.

  • The submission must strictly fall between 800-1200 words.

  • A maximum of 2 co-authors are allowed to submit blogs.

  • All submissions must contain a Title.

  • Usage of short paragraphs for breaking up your article is encouraged.

  • For providing references, the writer is required to use footnotes.

  • The editorial board will evaluate submissions on the basis of criteria including, but not limited to originality, argumentation, language, structure and analysis. Purely descriptive pieces are discouraged.

  • Editors shall compare submissions with existing literature available elsewhere to assess novelty.

  • The Editorial Board reserves the right to edit every submission for length, spelling, grammar, defamatory statements, etc.

  • The Editorial Board may take up to 7 days to respond to submissions. Once accepted,the submission shall be published within 7 days of acceptance.

  • The MCS shall not associate/affiliate itself with any views expressed in the Blog. All views expressed shall be solely corresponded to the Author.

  • Articles that have already been published or are under review for publication shall not be accepted

 

Theme for October, 2021


"Offences affecting the Human Body"

This topic includes, but is not limited to -

  •   Offences affecting the Human Body

  •   Culpable Homicide

  •   Murder

  •   Abetment to Suicide

  •   Simple or grievous hurt

  •   Kidnapping and Abduction

The topics are indicative in nature and any allied topics under its broader ambit can be added.

Please reach out to us at editorialboard.mcs@gmail.com for any further doubts or queries.