Mahatma Gandhini 150 mi Janm Jayantini Ujavani Nimite Photographi Spardha

 Mahatma Gandhini 150 mi Janm Jayantini Ujavani Nimite Photographi Spardha 

Organizing online photography competition on Gandhiji’s 150th birth anniversary  for school students

 As per the instructions of the Department of School Education and Literacy, Government of India, NCERT, New Delhi has organized an online photography competition for students from all schools across the country at the end of the two-year period to celebrate Gandhiji’s 150th birth anniversary.  This competition is to be reported in all the schools of Gujarat immediately.  Attached is a letter from New Delhi providing detailed guidance for the successful conduct and completion of the competition.  You will have to study it and follow it, as well as send a letter to all the schools in your area of ​​work, enclosing it with it.  So that they can understand the rules properly and participate in the competition.
 Photography competition to celebrate the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi

Photographi Competition rules

 1. Format of competition: Photography competition
 2. Theme Options for Photography Contest: “Pride of Labor” or “One India Best India”
 3. Camera use: Any camera, including cameras on cell phones
 4. Method of Submission: Submission in JPEG format only.
 5. Grade Categories for Competition: Category 1: Standard: 1 to 5 Category 2: Standard: 6 to 8 Category 3: Standard 9 to 12
 6. Number of entries per student: Only one entry per child
 7. Where the student has to submit the entry: All the students have to submit their entry in their respective school.
 Last date for submission of entry in schools by 8 students:
 October 9, 2020 9. Action by the school: The principal / head of the school concerned will arrange for the selection of one of the best photographs in each grade category and upload the selected best photos from October 10 to 15, 2020 at the following link.  
 10. When uploading the details of entry, the information to be filled by the school is mandatory: name of the child, grade category, name of the school, address of the school, state / UT where the school is located.  , School UDISE code, principal’s email id.  Mobile number of the school / principal / school head.
 11, Role of NCERT: After submitting all entries.  MyGov / NCERT will sort these entries by state wise category and send them to the respective States / UTs by October 20, 2020.
 12. Role of SCERT of State / UT: SCERT will form a committee of experts to evaluate the entries received from the States / UT for selection of top five entries from State / UT in each category.  These entries must be sent to the NCERT by the national level by October 30, 2020.
 13. State Level Winners: The top five entries from each category in each state must be considered as state level winners.  And they will be certified by NCERT.
 14. Selection of Best Entries at National Level: This selection process will be conducted from 15th to 30th November 2020 at NCERT.  It will be carried out by an authorized team.
 15. Announcement of National Winners: NCERT by NCERT from 15th to 30th November 2020.  Will be done by.
 16. Certificate Distribution: All the contestants whose photographs have been uploaded by the schools on MyGov link will be given a certificate for participating in the competition by a joint venture of NCERT and MyGov.
 17. Prize: NCERT will select the top three winners and seven consolation entries in each category.  The winners will be given books, pen drives with digital resources and cash prizes (first prize Rs. 10000 / -, second prize Rs. 7000 / -, and third prize Rs. 5000 / -).  Seven consolation prizes will be given in each entry (Rs. 2000 / – each).


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