The Vidhi Centre for Legal Policy is dedicated to conducting research to ensure a more nuanced understanding of the Constitution among the citizens and build a robust constitutional culture.

Seeking to explore ways of making the Constitution more relevant in the lives of everyday Indians, Vidhi centre for legal policy is inviting podcast submissions from students that explore the idea of 'Taking the Constitution to the People'.

Topic & Content

While limiting themselves to the broad theme of 'Taking the Constitution to the People', participants are free to explore the multiple contours of the theme. For instance, a podcast submission can focus exclusively on the question of if (and why) the Constitution has remained inaccessible to a larger audience, or the question of how it can be made more relevant in our everyday lives, or both.

Needless to say, a submission can answer just one or more of such questions. As has been explained below, the judging criteria are not based on the breadth of the topic covered, but on the quality of the analysis.

Eligibility: All students pursuing undergraduate or postgraduate studies in any field as on the date of the final submission, i.e., November 21, 2021.


The top three podcast submissions:

a. will be felicitated;
b. will receive book vouchers;
c. will have an opportunity to work with Vidhi's podcasts teams to suitably circulate the podcast (either in its existing or in an edited form) to a wide audience.

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