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Wednesday, December 8th, 2021

National Painting Competition on Energy Conservation

NTPC LimitedINVC NEWS

Delhi,

In an endeavor to bring cognizance to energy conservation at grass route level, the Ministry of Power has been organizing Painting Competition for school children under the National Awareness Campaign in the country. Painting competition for students would not only make aware the students about the need of conserving energy but at the same time would educate and involve their parents as well in the above cause. 

The Bureau of energy Efficiency along with CPSUs NTPC Limited, NHPC Limited, PGCIL, BBMB, SJVN Limited, NEEPCO, PFC, THDC Limited, NHDC Limited, CPRI, REC, DVC coordinated the Painting Competition on all India bases. The first, second and third winners of the State Level Painting competitions of Category ‘A’ have been invited to participate in National Level Painting. The NTPC Ltd, coordinator and facilitator for National Level Painting Competition – 2014, would be organizing two hour on the spot Painting Competition for 4th 5th & 6th standard students under Category ‘A’ on 12th Dec., 2014 at Power Management Institute, NOIDA.

The three Theme Topics are Save energy, Save money, Save the planet; Energy conservation: Key to all development ; Let us Save Electricity.

The Eminent Jury members duly nominated by the Ministry of Power for the evaluation have been invited from all over India covering almost every region of India for selection of best 23 paintings and select the National winners.

Awards

No. of Prizes

Amount(Rs.)

First Prize

1 no.

1,00,000/-

Second Prize

4 nos.

50,000/-

Third Prize

8 nos.

25,000/-

Consolation Prize

10 nos

10,000/-

 

The winners would be given away a Certificate and Awards money by the Chief Guest of award function on 14th December, 2014 at Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi.

The Painting Competition – a treat on visual art – is held at three stages namely School, State and National Level. Students of the 4th, 5th and 6th standards are eligible to participate under Category ‘A’ and students of  the 7th, 8th and 9th standards are eligible to participate under Category ‘B’.

The competition aims to motivate children towards rational thinking about energy conservation and offers them a chance to explore their creativity. The painting competition also stimulates their interest in learning more about energy conservation and so enhances their recognition of the need to adopt it in their own lives.

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