Poster Making Competition on the Theme Elimination of Single-Use Plastics by MyGov [Class 6-12]: Submit by Jan 3: Expired

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Submissions are invited for Poster Making Competition on the Theme Elimination of Single-Use Plastics for the year 2021. The last date of submission is 3 January.

About

National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) is glad to announce a poster making competition for school students of Classes VI to XII under the argies of Ministry of Education, Government of India on the theme ‘Elimination of Single Use Plastics’, which envisions the phasing out of single use plastics (SUP) to save our environment. Our country is committed to phase out identified single use plastics by 2022.

Accordingly, a national level Poster Making competition on the theme – “Elimination of Single Use Plastics” is being launched by NCERT. The competition aims to explore students’ creative instincts and encourage them to express their ideas about the ways to eliminate single use plastics.

Theme for Poster Making Competition

“Elimination of Single Use Plastics”

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Suggestive areas for Poster

The poster may be prepared covering different areas such as elimination of single-use plastics in households; public places such as open markets, shopping malls, parks, protected areas, streets, etc.; educational institutions such as schools, colleges, etc.; offices.

Eligibility

Students enrolled in Grade 6th to 12th

Category I – Classes 6th to 8th
Category II – Classes 9th to 12th

Important dates

Commencement date3rd December, 2021
Closing date3rd January, 2022

Submission

The entries for Poster Making Competition may please be submitted via this page.

Evaluation Criteria

  • Relevance to the theme (20 %)
  • Relevance to the theme (20 %)
  • Originality (20 %)
  • Creativity (20 %)
  • Artistic composition (20 %)
  • Message conveyed in the poster (20 %)
    • The entries will be categorized state-wise and sent to the States/UTs for initial filtration.
    • The evaluation of entries at state level shall be done by the SCERTs.
    • Each States/UTs/Autonomous bodies shall select the 10 best entries of the States/UTs and will send to NCERT by 15.01.2022
    • NCERT will select the best five entries from each category (classes 6th to 8th and from 9th to 12th ) for national level certification/recognition/Prize.

Awards & Prizes

  • The best five entries from each category (classes 6th to 8th and 9th to 12th) will get prize and certificate from NCERT.
  • Participation certificates will be given to all the participants.
  • The winners will be announced through Ministry of Education/ NCERT official twitter handle and also on MyGov blog section.

Click here to view the official notification of Poster Making Competition on the Theme Elimination of Single-Use Plastics by MyGov.


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