Friday, 24 July 2015

The Ministry of Power, Government of India, invites children to paint a world of imagination and discover the magic of clean, green and energy efficient future; a future, which they will inherit. In this process, the children will not only learn a few l good things but will also teach us a few new things.
a. School Level Painting Competition 2015 for the students of 4th, 5th and 6th standards under category ‘A’ and of 7th, 8th & 9th standards under category ‘B’ has been launched in all the States/UTs through an advertisement in the print media starting from July, 2015 by Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE).
b. School Principals are requested to organize Painting Competition at School level for 4th , 5th &
6th standard students under Category ‘A’ and for 7th, 8th & 9th standard students under Category

‘B’ of their respective school for 2-hour duration. Students can use any size of paper,  but preferably A4
size drawing sheet, and students can pick any one of the following Theme Topics:

Theme Topics Category ‘A’:
Save Energy Save Environment
Leaks Make Your Future Bleak
कुकड़ूकूूँसूरजनिकऱा, ऱाइट जऱाएं ककयूूँ 
Theme Topics Category ‘B’:
Save Electricity To Light More Homes
Don’t Be Cruel, Conserve Your Fuel
 एलईडी (LED) बल्ब एक सही सोच

c. The children can use Pencil, Pencil Colour, Crayons, WaterColour etc. The children may consider the following points while painting. • The entry can be poster or a painting. • Use of Collage/Patchwork is not permitted. • Individual Jury member will have to give marks (evaluate) to paintings on the following points to arrive at final decision. i. Relevance of the theme depicting the selected topics. ii. Execution of concept/theme. iii. Overall visual appeal, handling of given space and use of appropriate colour combination. 
School Level Painting Competition :
School Principals are requested to organize painting competition of the 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 and 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. (Schools located in National Capital Region will have the choice to participate in the Delhi State Level Painting competition)
School principals will select 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 whose address is given below so as to reach him by 30th September, 2015
State Level Painting Competition:
50 (plus 5 reserves) best paintings 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 held on 6th November, 2015.
Each participating student from Categories ‘A’ & ‘B’ will be paid Rs 1000/- in cash and a participation certificate.
To & fro Sleeper class/AC ChairCar/ 3″AC rail-fare or State Roadways bus fare forthe participating student and two 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.
Competition for Category ‘B’ will terminate at State level & first 3 Painting of winners at State Level will be evaluated for their selection for 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 held on 12th December, 2015.
Only paintings of 1, 2 and 3 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/ 3 AC rail-fare or State Roadways bus fare by the shortest route for 108 participants and two guardians of Category ‘A’ and 12 winners of Category ‘B’ along with one guardian will be reimbursed. In addition, each participating student will be paid a sum of Rs. 10001- 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 held in Delhi on 14th December, 2015
The Selection Committee/Jury will select 23 best paintings/posters for Category ‘A’;

First Prize (1no) Rs 1,00,000/-
 II Second Prize (4nos) Rs 50,000/-
 III Third Prize (8nos) Rs 25,000/-
 IV Consolation Prize (10nos) Rs 10,000/- f.
The selection Committee/Jury will also select 12 prize winning paintings for Category ‘B’ from the 1st, 2nd & 3rd winners of State Level Painting Competition;
 I First Prize (1no) Rs 1,00,000/-
II Second Prize (2nos) Rs 50,000/-
III Third Prize (3nos) Rs 25,000/-
IV Consolation Prize (6nos) Rs 10,000/-

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