Rush in your entries! Onmanorama Blog It Season 2 closes Feb 28

Blog It Season – 2 is here, it's time to show your skills
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Do you jot down your thoughts and scribble up a verse? Do you have that writer's notebook which you intend to show the world? Here is a place to showcase it all. If you can write a blog or make a video, login to season 2 of Onmanorama blogging contest. February 28, 2019 is the last date for submitting your entries.

Onmanorama, one of the top news websites in South Asia, is hosting the second edition of its blogging contest for college students. If you can write or make a video on anything you see, feel, love, hear, enjoy or condemn, this is the forum. 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 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.

For video blogs, the entries can be made as individual or as a team. However, the entry has to be submitted in the name of one student only and all correspondence will be made with that student only. Credits to other team members maybe added in the video. The videos should not have been published anywhere else and shared privately to Onmanorama via Google Drive or YouTube.

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

The panel will also select a winner each from the two categories – Blog and Video Blog. They will be given attractive prizes and listed on the site with their photos and other details.

Grab your chance to hog limelight.

The mail ID for registration is: onmanoramablogit@gmail.com

For more details, click here

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