Pcra Essay Writing Competition 2013

Petroleum Conservation Research Association, Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas, Govt. of India, in association with Paryavaranmitra, an initiative of Centre for Environment Education announces OGCF – 2014 National Level Painting Competition for Children from classes 6th to 10th.

Schools can conduct competition on any date of their choice by November 30th, 2013.

Top three winning pictures can be forwarded by 5th December 2013 to:

Centre for Environment Education
Nehru Foundation for Development,
Taltej Tekra, Ahmedabad – 380054
Gujarat

Paintings sent directly students will not be accepted.
Participants have to make hand made drawings on standard art paper with size 18″ x 12″.

Participants can select any one of the topics from the list given below:
1. Save Fuel Yaani Save Money
2. The less you burn, the more you earn
3. Use Petroleum with care

The first three national winners will be awarded with:
1st Prize : Rs. 25000/- + a laptop
2nd Prize: Rs. 25000/-
3rd Prize: Rs.20000/-

For more details visit : http://paryavaranmitra.in/Default.aspx?sID=710

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