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National Energy Conservation Day Celebrated on 14 December

National Energy Conservation Day Celebrated on 14 December

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Lok Sabha Speaker Smt. Sumitra Mahajan releasing the publication along with other dignitaries at the National Energy Conservation Day function in New Delhi on 14 December, 2018. The National Energy Conservation Day is celebrated on 14 December by the Ministry of Power in association with Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE). The objective of this celebration is to recognize the efforts of industry and other establishments towards promoting energy efficiency. The Ministry of Power organizes National Energy Conservation Awards event every year on this day. This year, 26 industrial units from various sectors were given awards for their excellent performance in energy efficiency. 333 units and establishments from across the country participated in the National Awards Programme this year...
Painting and Slogan Competition Under Clean Air for Delhi Campaign

Painting and Slogan Competition Under Clean Air for Delhi Campaign

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The Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change (MoEFCC) of the Government of India, under its National Museum of Natural History invites entries for Painting Competition, Slogan Writing Competition and Poster Making. The Painting Competition and Slogan Writing Competitions are meant for School students while the Poster Making Competition is for College Students. The Theme for all competitions is Clean Air for Clean Environment. Entries are Invited for the Following Competitions I. Painting Competition for School Students (Class VI to VIII) II. Poster Making Competition for Graduate Level Students III. Slogan Writing Competition for School Students (Class IX to XII) 1. The eligible participants of the Painting and Poster Making Competitions may send one Entry each on Draw...
NMNH to Organise Painting Competition on Environment Day

NMNH to Organise Painting Competition on Environment Day

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The National Museum of Natural History (NMNH) will be organising a painting competition on the occasion of World Environment Day on 5th June, 2016. The painting competition is open to school students and is themed on, Go Wild for Life - Zero Tolerance for the Illegal Wildlife Trade. The theme is as part of the campaign initiated by the United Nations in which Bollywood actress Jacqueline Fernandez has already expressed her solidarity. Illegal Trade in Wildlife is one of many threats to species, which include habitat loss due to land transformation for agriculture and development, human-wildlife conflict caused by animals and humans being pushed closer together as wild ranges disappear, climate change and over consumption or unsustainable use. At the heart of illegal trade is t...
Painting Competition at School Level on Energy Conservation 2011

Painting Competition at School Level on Energy Conservation 2011

Green Alert
The Ministry of Power, Government of India invites school 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 Ministry hopes that school children will not only learn a few good things but will also teach the world a few new things.  The Painting Competition on Energy Conservation 2011 makes a call to all little artists of the nation to come forward and participate at the school, state and national level. The best energy artists will be invited to an all expenses paid trip to Delhi in December, 2011 and will be felicitated with cash awards and certificates. The themes for School Level Painting Competition this year are: Save electricity to avoid power cuts; Use energy w
Ministry of Water Resources Announces Painting Competition on Water Conservation

Ministry of Water Resources Announces Painting Competition on Water Conservation

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The Ministry of Water Resources (MoWR) has joined hands with the Ministry of Power to announce a painting competition on Water Conservation. This competition will be conducted on the parameters similar to the ongoing competition of Bureau of Energy Efficiency to hunt for India’s Energy Efficiency Star. The method of participation and other modalities will remain the same. The Ministry of Water Resources is responsible for laying down policy guidelines and programmes for the development and regulation of country's water resources. And this step has been taken to raise awareness and seriousness among the young generation about the importance of water conservation and issues that the nation as a whole is facing at present. The themes selected for the painting competition are as
Wishing Green Luck to Participants of Energy Efficiency Star Painting Competition

Wishing Green Luck to Participants of Energy Efficiency Star Painting Competition

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The Ministry of Power and the Bureau of Energy Efficiency is greening many beautiful minds in various schools across the country through its hunt for "India's Energy Efficiency Star" Painting Competition. Three children will be selected from each state to compete at the national level to win the title of India’s Energy Efficiency Star. The Ministry conducts this competition every year as part of the National Awareness Campaign on Energy Conservation. Reaching out to the young generation in such an innovative and wide scale manner is indeed a power packed campaign to save and conserve energy for our future. The painting competition is based on three selective themes viz. More stars, more savings Today’s energy wastage is tomorrow’s energy shortage Energy saved is future saved
Painting Competition to Hunt for India’s Energy Efficiency Star

Painting Competition to Hunt for India’s Energy Efficiency Star

Green Alert
As part of the National Awareness Campaign on Energy Conservation 2010, the Ministry of Power has announced a painting competition for school students at the State as well as National level. Inviting school children studying in 4th , 5th & 6th standard, the competition is a step towards generating awareness among the children on the need to conserve energy and will indirectly involve their parents. The competition is being held at the School, State and National Level and has cash prizes worth Rs 33,000 per State/UT. The themes for the painting competition include the following – 1) More stars, more savings, 2) Today’s energy wastage is tomorrow’s energy shortage and 3) Energy saved is future saved. At the state level, the participating schools' principals will select tw0 best pain

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