- The best competitions are adjudicated by authors, editors, and publishers. Even if you don’t win a prize, you’re bringing your work to the attention of professionals.
- It gives you motivation to write – especially when the deadline is drawing close, and you’ve already paid an entrance fee!
- If you’re struggling for inspiration, we have provided a theme. The theme might be a picture, word, or phrase, and this can trigger new ideas when you’re feeling dry. Even if you don’t finish in time for the competition, you’ll still be on your way to a new story.
Last Date Of Registration: 21st May 2022
|Last Date of Registration||Last Date of Submission||Results Date|
|21st May 2022||31st May 2022||Date Charts will be given to the registered participants|
Perks Of The Participation
1st Prize – Rs.1,00,000/-
2nd Prize – Rs.80,000/-
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- Anything referencing self-harm.
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- Plagiarism (see more below).
- Links to any external websites, with the exception of links to citations as part of an essay, or including links to illustrations or audio as part of a Talented Keeda competition or prompt.
- Writing in response to Talented Keeda’s free writing prompt that does not fall into the fiction, nonfiction, or poetry categories, or, more generally, writing that doesn’t respond to the specific Talented Keeda prompt in question.
- Please keep in mind that the mission of Write the Talented Kedea is to give writers a platform for expression through writing. Talented Keeda is a place for members to express their thoughts and views within some form of crafted writing (example: poem, op-ed, story, aphorism), rather than the type of posts you find on social media (example: Q&As, general addresses to the community).
- If a writer posts content that violates our terms or goes against our guidelines, we will remove the post and contact the writer when necessary.
Plagiarism, the copying and/or reproducing of someone else’s writing and/or ideas without attribution, violates the purpose of Talented Keeda. If you publish work that is plagiarized, it will be removed from the site. If you continue to publish plagiarized work, you will be disqualified from the competition.
How to Avoid Plagiarism
By taking another person’s idea and claiming it as your own, you are stealing something valuable from them. You are also denying yourself an opportunity to develop your own unique identity through thoughtful writing. Of course, all ideas are the product of other ideas, but it’s very important to differentiate between your own original thinking and the thinking of others.
Here are some tips for avoiding plagiarism:
- Remember that changing a few words in a sentence or paraphrasing (writing out something in your own words) does not transform another person’s idea into your own.
- If you are in doubt as to whether to cite something or not, it’s best to err on the side of caution and cite your source.
- Reach out. We know that the differentiation between original ideas and plagiarism might seem confusing when you are learning to write, and we are here to help. We are also so happy to help you navigate the world of citations—please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.