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Weather & Climate Poem Competition 2021 by MyGov [Cash Prizes of Rs. 6k]: Submit by Nov 23: Expired

Submissions are invited for Weather & Climate Poem Competition 2021 by MyGov. The last date of submission is 23 November 2021.

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India Meteorological Department; established in 1875, is the National Meteorological Service of the country and the principal Government agency in all matters relating to meteorology and allied subjects. The Department is building a weather-ready nation, managing all aspects of weather and climate monitoring, forecasting & warning and continuously rendering one of the most fundamental and widely used services to the nation through many diversified activities.

To commemorate 75 Years of India’s Independence and as a part of the ongoing ‘AzadiKaAmritMahotsav’, the India Meteorological Department is conducting an open Poem/ Song Competition through MyGov Portal with an aim to raise awareness about various aspects of Weather & Climate Sciences and to explore the creative instinct of the masses.

Eligibility

The competition is open for all.

Criteria

  • The poem/ song should be based on or related to Weather & Climate.
  • The poem/song should have minimum twelve and maximum twenty lines neatly composed in stanzas.
  • Poems/songs containing offensive or inappropriate language or political overtones will not be accepted.
  • Poems/songs should be original compositions and no plagiarism will be entertained/considered for evaluation.
  • Participants can submit maximum one entry in one category. More than one entry of the same poem/song in any category will lead to disqualification.

Submission

Interested candidates can submit via this page.

Prizes

Winners shall be awarded with cash prizes:

  • Rs. 3000/- for first position
  • Rs. 2000/- for second position
  • Rs.1000/- for third position.

Important date

The Last Date of Submission is 23rd November 2021.

Click here to view the official notification of Weather & Climate Poem Competition 2021 by MyGov.


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