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Rush in your entries! Blog It Onmanorama contest closes today

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Blog It Onmanorama contest opens for college students, big prizes for best bloggers You can blog on anything you see, feel, love, hear, enjoy or hate. Photo: Getty Images

Are you a compulsive writer? Do you have the creative yin and yang? Do you wear your writer's tag on the sleeve? If yes, log in for Onmanorama blogging contest.

Onmanorama, one of the top news websites in South Asia, is hosting a blogging contest for college students. You can write on anything you see, feel, love, hear, enjoy or hate. Impress the jury with your style, tone and clarity.

The writings should be in English and well within the bounds of propriety and public conduct – no abuses, intended hurt or filth-throwing.


Who can take part

The contest is open to all college students, professional colleges included. The contestants should be in the 18-30 age group. The contest ends on December 15. 

The contestants should be Indians or persons of Indian origin. Participants can register for the contest by sharing their blog along with scanned copies of the college identity card, contact number and mail ID. A student can send only one entry.

Once the registration is closed, an expert panel will select the Top 20 blogs and those will be published on the site.

The panel will also select the Top 3 from this group and they will be listed on the site with their photos, articles and other details. The top three winners will get Kindles, mementos and certificates.

Grab your chance to be read and heard.

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The opinions expressed here do not reflect those of Malayala Manorama. Legal action under the IT Act will be taken against those making derogatory and obscene statements.

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