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School, State and National Level Painting Competition on Energy Conservation 2015

Deadline: 26-Oct-2015

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Innocent minds give a message to the nation.
Energy Conservation is the only solution!

Inviting Participation in school, State & National Level Painting Competition on Energy Conservation-2015
The Ministry of Power, Government of India, invites children to paint a world of imagination and discover the magic of clean, green & energy efficiant future; a future , which they will inherit. in this process, the children will not only learn a few good things but will also teach us a few new things.

Prizes

Level

First

Second

Third

Consolation

State / UT Category A, B

Rs. 20000

Rs. 15000

Rs. 10000

10 nos. of Rs 2500 each

National Category A

Rs 100,000

4 Nos. of Rs 50000 each

8 nos. of Rs 25,000 each

10 nos. of Rs 10,000 each

10 nos. BEE prizes of Rs 10,000 each

National Category B

Rs 100,000

2 Nos. of Rs 50000 each

3 nos. of Rs 25,000 each

6 nos. of Rs 10,000 each

 

 

Eligibility

For Class 4th, 5th, 6th: Category: A

Theme Category A:

  1. Save Energy,Save Environment
  2. Leaks Make your Future Bleak
  3. Kukru Ku Suraj Nikla Light Jalaye Kiu

For Class 7th, 8th, 9th: Category: B

Theme Category B:

  1. Save Electricity to light more homes 
  2. Don't be cruel Conserve your fuel
  3. LED Bulb ek sahi soch

 

How to apply?

School Level Painting Competition

  • School Principals are requested to organize Painting Competition of 2 hours duration for 4th, 5th& 6th standard students under Category ‘A’ and for 7th, 8th & 9th standard students under Category ‘B’. Students can use any size of paper, but preferably A4 size & painting material such as pencil, colour pencils, crayons & water colours. Students can select any one of the above mentioned themes marked for their category for painting.
  • School principals will select 2 best paintings from each Category A & B and send them along with the information on number of students participated in each category at school level painting competition to the Nodal Officer of the State/UT by 30th September 2015 positively.
  • The back of the painting should carry the following information: : -

Name of the student, Father’s/ Mother’s Name, Tel/Mobile No. of Parents, Standard, Roll No., Category, School name and postal Address, Govt. School in Rural area (Write Yes or No), School Tel. No., Signature of School Principal, State/ UT

State Level Painting Competition

  • 50 best paintings plus 5 reserves each for categories A & B will be selected by a committee of Experts/Jury.
  • Selected students from categories A & B will be called at designated place in state/UT for two hours on the spot Painting Competition to be help on 15th November 2014.
  • Each Participating student from Categories A & B will be paid Rs 1000 in cash and a participation certificate.
  • To & Fro sleeper class/AC Chair Car/3rd AC rail fare r State Roadways bus fare for the participating students & 2 guardians for Category A, but only one Guardian for Category B will also be reimbursed on the day of the competition.
  • Prizes shall be given away on the same day.
  • Competiton for category B will terminate at state level and first 3 painting of winners at state level will be evaluated for their selection of NAtional Level Prizes.

 

National Level Painting Competition

  • 1st, 2nd & 3rd Prize winners of State level painting competition of the category A from each state/UT will be invited to Delhi to participate in National Level Painting Competition to be help on 12th December 2015.
  • Only paintings of 1st, 2nd & 3rd Prize winners of State level painting competition of the category B from each state/UT will be evaluated at Delhi by a Committee of experts/jury nominated for their selection for National level Prizes.
  • Boarding & lodging, to & fro sleeper class/AC Chair Car/3rd AC rail fare r State Roadways bus fare by the shortest route for 108 participants and 2 guardians of Category A & 12 winners of category B along with one Guardian will be reimbursed. In addition each participating student will be paid a sum of Rs 1000 as incidentals and given a participation certificate.
  • National Level Winners of both Categories A & B will be awarded cash prizes by the chief Guest on the National Energy Conservation Day Function to be help in Delhi 14th December 2015.

 

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