Research Paper Competition
We are back with the newest rendition of this versatile competition, the Research Paper
Competition, a research competition dedicated exclusively to the world of finance, banking, investment and commerce. It comprises of three rounds which are conducted over the months of October to December.
RPC has been growing each year in terms of participation and quality. With each passing year, RPC attracts 300+ students from colleges across India like IIT Delhi, BITS PILANI, IIM Ahmedabad, SRCC, St. Xavier's, SSCBS and LSR.
This competition has attracted some of the brightest minds from colleges across India as they present and defend their original dissertations before highly qualified judges. Are you, like them, ready to take on the challenge?
The competition is open for undergraduate students and post graduates from all streams.
A maximum of four participants are allowed in one team.
Cross college teams are allowed.
For the preliminary round, participants are required to submit an abstract of their paper, consisting of a clear outline of the paper proposed and the issues to be addressed in not more than 1000 words.
Font Name – Times New Roman, Font Size – 12
The cover page to the abstract must include the following details:
Name of the participant(s)
Title of the paper
Year of study
The deadline for submitting abstracts is 20th October, 2020.
The file should be named as “Abstract_Title of Paper_Participant1” and must be submitted in Adobe Acrobat(.pdf) format to - email@example.com
Names of shortlisted teams for the final round will be declared by the first week of January 2021. Final Presentations will be made before an esteemed panel of judges. Papers must not exceed 10,000 words. Plagiarism of any kind will not be tolerated and will lead to disqualification. In case references are taken, the sources should be duly acknowledged.
Note: The final round can be an oral presentation/ PPT.
Names of shortlisted abstracts will be declared by the 5th week of October 2020. These teams will have to submit their papers by the 1st week of December. Papers must not exceed 10,000 words. Plagiarism of any kind will not be tolerated and will lead to disqualification. In case references are taken, the sources should be duly acknowledged. Further details regarding the paper submission will be shared at that time.