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“Winners of 1st CPHL Essay Writing Competition on Public Health Law, 2022”.

FINAL LIST OF SELECTED ESSAYS- 1st CPHL ESSAY WRITING COMPETITION, 2022

Dear all,

We hope you all are doing good. We thank all the Participants of the Competition for their patience and cooperation. The results are finally out.

We received 32 submissions in total and after preliminary quality & plagiarism checks, the following 6 essays were sent to the final panel of 3 judges, the names of whom were notified earlier and the name of the Authors of the selected essays are given in the table below. Even though some of the selected essays had a plagiarism %age above 20%, they were internally judged by our Faculty advisors on the basis of quality and the stated parameters and the selected essays were sent to the final panel of 3 judges for evaluation. We have upheld impartiality at every stage and we highly appreciate the efforts of all the participants for sending in their submissions.

Lastly, we congratulate all the participants for their efforts, the authors of the 6 selected essays and the Top 3 winners of the competition for their informative & interesting submissions. You all should applaud yourselves. The remaining process of the competition will be taken up in due course.

Regards,

CPHL Team

 

S.No

Name of Author

Name of University

Topic of the Essay

Plagiarism Percentage

Aggregate Score by the Judges

1.       

Priyanshi Jain

Institute of Law, Nirma University

Protecting Reproductive Autonomy of Individuals: A Critical Analysis of Medical Termination of Pregnancy (Amendment) Act, 2021

34

82

2.       

Sushant Arsh Massey Khalkho

NLSIU, Bangalore

The Draft Framework on the Governance of Non-personal Data and its legal implications on Non-personal Digital Health Data in Post-Covid India

19

91

3.       

Arnold Stanley & Manvi Kishore

St. Joseph’s College of Law

Right to Privacy in India: The Paradigm of Data Sharing vs Public Health Law

36

66

4.       

Sakshi Garg

Campus Law Centre, Delhi University

Population Control Measure: the Legal Perspective

7

55

5.       

Yagya Passi & Varnika Singh

Symbiosis Law School, Noida

The Challenges faced by the Tribal community in India: a Constitutional and Public Health Law perspective

7

65

6.       

Aniket Rajendra Kumar Sawant

Maharashtra National Law University Aurangabad

Duty of State vis-a-vis Mental Health

9

68

So, from the Scores stated above, the WINNERS of the 1st CPHL Essay Writing Competition on Public Health Law, 2022 are:

  1. Sushant Arsh Massey Khalkho- NLSIU Bangalore (Topic- The Draft Framework on the Governance of Non-personal Data and its Legal implications on Non-personal Digital Health Data in Post-Covid India)
  2. Priyanshi Jain- Institute of Law, Nirma University (Topic- Protecting Reproductive Autonomy of Individuals: A Critical Analysis of Medical Termination of Pregnancy (Amendment) Act, 2021)
  3. Aniket Rajendra Kumar Sawant- Maharashtra National Law University Aurangabad (Topic- Duty of State vis-a-vis Mental Health)

Judges’ Panel:

  • Amar Jesani {Independent Researcher and Teacher (Bioethics, Public Health); Editor, Indian Journal of Medical Ethics}
  • Mr. Kashish Aneja {International Legal Consultant, Global Health Law & Privacy Law; Consultant, O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law; Consultant, Public Health Foundation of India; Founder, Society for Democratic Rights; Member, Supreme Court of India Bar Association and Delhi High Court Bar Association}

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