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ONGOING COMPETITION


All India 6th Korea India Friendship Essay Competition 2018

organised by Korean Cultural Centre, New Delhi, Embassy of  Republic of Korea in New Delhi 

ESSAY TOPICS:

Junior Group (Class 7 – 9):

  • “Why South Korea is my Favourite Country?”
  • 150 to 300 words

Senior Group (Class 10 – 12):

  • “Why I want to become an Indian Ambassador to South Korea?”
  • 300 to 500 words

PRIZES

Junior Group              :  Class 7 to 9

1st Prize-                     : Rs 20,000 Cash
2nd Prize- a & b         : Rs 10,000 Cash
3rd Prize- a, b & c     : Rs 5,000 Cash
Special Prize (1) to (15)       : Rs. 1000 cash

Senior Group             :  Class 10 to 12

1st Prize-                    : Free Trip to Korea
2nd Prize- a & b        : Free Trip to Korea
3rd Prize- a, b & c     : Rs 5,000 Cash
Special Prize (1)  to (17 )    : Rs. 1000 cash

Essay form : Download

Schools to email Excel sheet with verified all students’ name on essaysExcel Sheet Format

Write essay and Email : ptglobaledu@gmail.com

Sample reading material :

WHY SOUTH KOREA IS MY FAVOURITE COUNTRY?

WHY I WANT TO BECOME AN INDIAN AMBASSADOR TO SOUTH KOREA?

INSTRUCTIONS

  • Essay must be Handwritten or typed in English
  • Decision of judges will be final & no review request will be entertained
  • Travel will be paid to winners for participation in Award Ceremony in Delhi
  • Travel paid for top 3 winners. Only for Winners outside Delhi NCR
  • Maximum Rs 10,000 for Air Fare & Rs 5,000 for Train Fare on presenting the actual ticket
  • Entries are property of organizers and are non-returnable
  • Prizes are NOT encashable and NOT transferable
  • Travel to Korea will be subject to Government procedures
  • Free Trip to Korea for winners will be of 5 Nights/​6 days

LAST DATE: 31/07/2018

For More Information Contact : 97267 44344

 

 The Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition 2018


Building upon the 2017 theme of ‘A Commonwealth for Peace’, this year’s theme ‘Towards a Common Future’ and its topics ask young writers to explore how the Commonwealth can address global challenges and work to create a better future for all citizens through sub-themes of sustainability, safety, prosperity and fairness, in line with the theme of the 2018 Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in London.

Topics

Senior Category
Born between 2nd June 1999 and 31st May 2004 (14-18 years of age)

  1. The road to a safer future.
  2. How does education contribute to a fairer future?
  3. ‘Healthy, Wealthy, Happy, and Free’: is one more important than the others?
  4. Future generations have rights too, which must be defended. Discuss.

Junior Category
Born after 31st May 2004 (under 14 years of age)

  1. What does a ‘safer future’ mean to you and your community?
  2. Write a recipe for a common future: what ingredients will you need? What is the best method for making it? What will it look like?
  3. ‘A Day in the Life’. Imagine you are your country’s Head of Government for the day: how will you build a better future for young people?
  4. Our Common Earth.

Judges described entries to the competition in 2017 as ‘emotive’ ‘hauntingly assuring’ ’striking’ and as having ‘powerful narratives’, that ‘this letter should be read by everyone’. We expect a similarly high caliber of writing for 2018.

The competition is open to all citizens and residents of the Commonwealth aged 18 and under until 1 June 2018. All entrants receive a Certificate of Participation and one Winner and Runner-up from the Senior and Junior categories will win a trip to London for a week-long series of educational and cultural events.

Click for detail information  : The RCS

PAST COMPETITION


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All India 5th Korea-India Friendship Essay Competition 2017

supported and organised by Korean Cultural Center, New Delhi, Embassy of Republic of Korea for school students from grade 7 to 12.

The Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition 2017

The Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition is the world’s oldest schools’ international writing competition, managed by The Royal Commonwealth Society since 1883. Every year, it offers all Commonwealth youth aged 18 and under the opportunity to express their hopes for the future, opinions of the present, and thoughts on the past through the written word. The competition is used by individuals and teachers to build confidence, develop writing skills, support creativity and encourage critical thinking, using literacy to empower young people to become global citizens.