Supremo Amicus is an online peer-reviewed international journal of the law which is quarterly published and seeks to provide comprehensive information on different aspects of the legal and scientific field. It focuses on the advancement of science and law and the various challenges which are before us in these fields. The prime purpose of Science and Law has been to understand human nature, to regulate the society and to remove various obstacles to make day to day working easy. With this background, the journal focuses on the growth in these fields.
Aneet Kaur (4th Year) and Ayushi Vohra (4th Year) authored a paper for the Supremo Amicus Volume IV Research Paper Writing Competition, titled ‘Abandoned Wives: Victims of NRI Marriages- The Quandry of Indian Women deserted by NRI Husbands’ and bagged the second prize for the same. They received a cash prize of Rs 1500, a silver medal, Certificate Of Merit, Certificate of Publication and an Internship Opportunity with any senior editor of their choice.
Manubhav Sharma (3rd Year) authored a paper titled ‘The China Pakistan Economic Corridor And Its Implication’ in the aforementioned journal as well and bagged the third prize. He receive a cash prize of Rs 1100, a silver medal, Certificate of Merit and a Certificate of Publication.
The Blue Pencil congratulates them for their achievement and wishes them luck for all their future endeavours.
This write-up was prepared by Marvie Magotra (1st Year)