Submission of essay is open to everybody worldwide, from students to the highly experienced in any field including 'the general public'.
Submit you essay in English or Kannada for publishing in prestigious Ganga Library. Requirements as stated below:
"What I learned from Alfred Nobel" or
"What I learned from (a) Nobel Laureate(s)" or
"What I learned from (a) Presidential National Medal of Science Laureate(s) (USA)" or
"What I learned from (a) Presidential National Medal of Technical Innovation Laureate(s) (USA)"
All subjects, living or deceased, should be treated with respect.
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Essay should be of reasonable length depending on content. However people are more inclined to read a short essay, not a long one.
Correct WRITTEN grammar and spelling expected.
Please use Microsoft Word black Calibri 14pt. font.
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please note: this essay will not be a submission for the Essay Contest described under Events and which we expect to hold in the future.
Example of illustrated story for your submission as an essay/short story.
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Americans are near the top of the list and India is near the bottom of the list for charity.
The newspaper did not view Nobelist Maria Goeppert-Mayer as a physicist just because she was a woman. As of 2015 there are only two women physics Nobelists, the other being Marie Curie, née Sklodowska in 1903.
Decision of Library as to whether or not essay is of caiber acceptable for publishing will be final.
Enjoy writing the essay and good luck!
Illustrations by Sabrina Brooks, undergraduate student.