Essay Competition on SDGs- Achieve #ZeroHunger

What is my duty to achieve  #ZeroHunger by 2030?



Goal No. 2 # ZeroHunger in is organizing the biggest Essay Competition on SDGs #ZeroHunger to cerebrate Word Food Day

Interested students from grade 7 to university level can access information about the topic, organise their essay and submit online from 16th Oct 2018. 

Objective of Competition:

  • Students can understand about UN’s sustainable global goals and contribute themselves by exploring the topics, accessing information and use the knowledge and understanding in real life in society.
  • Through essay competition student can understand the value of food and how people are affected without food and measurements can be taken to achieve ZeroHunger.

The competition is open for all students studying in India from class 7 to university level. Foreign national students can participate if they study in India.

Participation Fee:  No Participation of fee

Competition will open:  16th October 2018 to 25th October 2018.

Theme:  What is my duty to achieve  #ZeroHunger by 2030?

Word Counts:

  • Junior Group (for Class 7 to 9) : 150-300 words
  • Senior Group ( Class 10 to 12) :300 to 500 words
  • College/University students: 500 to 700 words


  • Certificate of Participation for all participants
  • 3 winning essay will be selected in each category
  • 3 winners in each category will be highlighted with their name, photo and country on website
  • Top 3 winners will be promoted on social Media and on website
  • Top 25 students in junior and senior category will get free 1 year subscription of “The Positive“- The Highly Resourceful Newsletter. 

For more information and participate in competition :  Click Here




First Prize (Free Trip to South Korea) Aakritie Raj DAV Public School, Faridabad
Second Prize – a (Free Trip to South Korea) Sukhmani Kaur Riar Army Public School, Ahmedabad
Second Prize- b (Free Trip to South Korea) Yanshi Vaish Puranchandra Vidyaniketan, Barra, Kanpur
Third Prize- a (Rs 5,000 Cash) Muskaan Kapur DAV Public School, Faridabad
Third Prize -b (Rs 5,000 Cash) Pratishtha Gupta DAV Public School, Faridabad
Third Prize – c (Rs 5,000 Cash) Vishakha Bhaurao Patange S.B.E.S. College of Science (Jr), Aurangabad
Special Prize  (Rs 2,000)


Anshika Singh DAV Public School, Faridabad
Aakash S. Hurkat Bhavan’s Girdhardas Mohota Vidya Mandir, Hinganghat
Manideepika Yallabandi Delhi Public School, Vijayawada
Khushboo Madaan KIIT World School, Pitampura
Akshit Gandotra Apeejay School, Sec-15, Faridabad
Aryan Mathur Amity International School, Mayur Vihar
Rhea Suri Amity International School, Mayur Vihar
Bhavesh Hemant Vasnani Anand Niketan, Maninagar, Ahmedabad
Samriddhi V. Walia Delhi Public School, Maruti Kunj
Vishwas Kishor Rathore Gail D.A.V. Public School, Dibiyapur
Meera Nair Kendriya Vidhyalaya, Pattom,
Sruti Aich Delhi Public School, NTPC Farakka
Lalhruaitluanga Christ Senior Secondary School, Nongsder
Viraaj Kumar Kulshreshtha PSBB Senior Secondary School, Nungambakkam
Prithika Dasgupta Amity International School, Mayur Vihar
Masum Pawan Dutt Anand Niketan, Maninagar, Ahmedabad
Harsh Sahay Delhi Public School Megacity, Kolkata


First Prize (Rs 20,000 Cash) ; Student Name: Meher Kohli ; School Name: Birla Vidya Niketan, Pushp Vihar, New Delhi

Second Prize – a (Rs 10,000 Cash) ; Student Name: Vishakha Singla ; School Name: Mata Jai Kaur Public School, Ashok Vihar, New Delhi

Second Prize – b (Rs 10,000 Cash); Student Name: Smera Rawal ; School Name: Modern Delhi Public School, Sec-87, Greater Faridabad

Third Prize -a  (Rs 5,000 Cash) ; Student Name: Hridhima Dabhade ; School Name: Little Flower School, Jamshedpur, Jharkhand

Third Prize – b (Rs 5,000 Cash) ; Student Name: Samridhi Singh ; School Name: Delhi Public School, Jammu

Third Prize – c (Rs 5,000 Cash) : Student Name: Ojasvi Goyal ; School Name: Modern Delhi Public School, Sec 87, Greater Faridabad

Special Prize (Rs 1,000 Cash) D.T. Taarini Little Flower School, Jamshedpur, Jharkhand
Sreeja Rashmitha.D Delhi Public School, Nidamanuru, Vijayawada
Ovya Bhatnagar Modern Delhi Public School, Sec 87, Greater Faridabad
Ritambhara Pratik Trivedi Delhi Public School, Surat
Siddhi Gupta Delhi Public School, Siddharth Vihar, Ghaziabad
Pragun Garg St. Marys’ Academy, Cariappa Street, Meerut Cant
Samaira Shah The Cathedral  And John Common School, Mumbai
Saanchi Mehra Ryan International School, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi
Mahima Pal Modern Delhi Public School, Sec 87, Greater Faridabad
Vidushi Tankha Amity International School, Mayur Vihar, New Delhi
Samarth Sharma St. Marys’ Academy, Cariappa Street, Meerut Cant
Priyali Bathla Modern Delhi Public School, Sec 87, Greater Faridabad
Shambhavi Sinha Sacred Heart Senior Secondary School, Sector 26, Chandigarh
Oindri Mandal Delhi Public School, New Town, Kolkata
Aidan Martin St. Marys’ Academy, Cariappa Street, Meerut Cant

 Certificates : All Participant will get certificate of Honour. 

Scholarship of Ministry of Education- Govt of Singapore

SIA Youth Scholarship for Class X Passed Students

Application for the AY2019 SIA Youth Scholarship is now open.

Submit your application via our online application system at from 18 Jun to 29 Jul 2018 (7.30pm India Time).

If you encounter difficulties with your online application, you may contact Customer Service Centre at +65 6872 2220 or



A*STAR Youth Scholarship for Class VIII Passed Students

Application for the AY2019 A*STAR Youth Scholarship is now open.

Submit your application via our online application system at from 18 Jun to 29 Jul 2018 (7.30pm India Time).

If you encounter difficulties with your online application, you may contact Customer Service Centre at +65 6872 2220 or

All India 6th Korea India Friendship Essay Competition 2018

All India 6th Korea India Friendship Essay Competition 2018


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


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 : Essay-Form

Write essay and Email :

Sample reading material :




  • 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



Calling entries for the
Get a chance to win a CANON CAMERA

Theme: What you were impressed by/amazed with/marvelled at/ in Japan

(Please select any one theme for your entry.)

The Embassy of Japan and the Japan Foundation, New Delhi, are pleased to announce that the CLICK! JAPAN PHOTO CONTEST 2018 will be held this year, again.

Selected photos will be displayed in a photo exhibition at the Japan Foundation, located at 5A, Ring Road, Lajpat Nagar-IV, New Delhi, from the 1st to 30th of August 2018.

Winners of 10 outstanding works will be invited to the Ambassador’s residence for the prize ceremony, and all winners will be given awards (photo album of the winners’ works).

  • This contest is open to residents of India, who have stayed in Japan for any duration between July 2017 and June 2018. The photo(s) must be the original works of the participant, and taken in Japan within the period mentioned above.
  • Submission of photos and application form: Send your photos and scanned application form to with the subject of email “Photo Contest”.
  • Starting & deadline of submission of entries: 20th April 2018 to 5:00 PM, 6 th July, 2018
  • Entries are being accepted from 20th April to 6th July 2018.

Among those 10 winners, top three will be given special awards: Canon Cameras!

For more information:  CLICK HERE

2018 Art Contest

Youth from around the World are invited to submit their artwork to 

The 21st Annual Peace Pals International

 Art Exhibition and Awards

2018 Theme and Message: Living Peace What does Living Peace Mean to You?

This year our theme is co-created with Living Peace International, which was founded in Egypt in 2011, by Carlos Palma. Living Peace International promotes the affirmation of a culture of peace, the only one who can respect and respond to the real and deep questions of each and every one, in the journey towards universal friendship.

The artwork should be drawn and painted to express your life as a person who is Living Peace daily in your life and what Living Peace means to you. Living Peace is a way of life in which we respect and love each other even though we are different.  The artwork must include the Universal Message of Peace “May Peace Prevail On Earth”

 Rules and Guidelines


  • Size: Horizontal or Vertical design
  • 5” inches x 7” inches  (12.7 cm x 17.7 cm)
  • All art must be hand drawn, sketched or painted on paper or cardboard. You can upload your artwork or send by postal mail when it is finished.
  • Artwork must follow the theme “Living Peace” and include the words “May Peace Prevail On Earth”
  • Your artwork must include the message, “May Peace Prevail On Earth” in English and/or your Native Language. All drawings must be done by children, including the writing of May Peace Prevail On Earth.  
  • Submitted Artwork must be done by the artist.

Deadline to receive artwork is June 30, 2018

For more information & submission : CLICK HERE

International Essay Contest for Young People

This annual essay contest is organized in an effort to harness the energy, creativity and initiative of the world’s youth in promoting a culture of peace and sustainable development. It also aims to inspire society to learn from the young minds and to think about how each of us can make a difference in the world.

*This program is an activity within the framework of the UNESCO Global Action Programme (GAP) on Education for Sustainable Development (ESD).

Theme: “The Change I Want to Make”

What is the one thing you would like to change the most to make your school, workplace, community, country or the world a better place? How would you bring about that change? Please share your concrete ideas.

Essays may be submitted by anyone up to 25 years old (as of June 15, 2018) in one of the following age categories: a) Children (ages up to 14) b) Youth (ages 15 – 25)

Essays must be 700 words or less in English, French, Spanish or German, or 1600 characters or less in Japanese, excluding essay title and cover page. Essays may be typed or printed.

Deadline: Entries must be received by June 15, 2018 (23:59 your local time).


The following awards will be given in the Children’s category and Youth category respectively:

1st Prize: Certificate, prize of 100,000 Yen (approx. US$900 as of February 2018) and gift … 1 entrant

2nd Prize: Certificate, prize of 50,000 Yen (approx. US$450 as of February 2018) and gift … 2 entrants

3rd Prize: Certificate and gift … 5 entrants

Honorable Mention: Certificate and gift … 25 entrants

For More Information & Essay Submission: CLICK HERE


XXII Children’s Drawing Contest 2018

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs through the Institute of Mexicans Abroad (IME) is pleased to invite you to participate in the XXII Children’s Drawing Contest “Este es mi México”, with the subject “Éste es mi México: History, traditions, gastronomy, beaches, music”.


  • Make a drawing.
  • Send your drawing to (Embassy of Mexico) or the nearest Embassy, Consulate of Mexico or Delegation of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
  • Be between 6 and 14 years old.
  • Make your drawings or paintings with brush, pencil, acrylics, watercolors, crayons or any other material of your choice.
  • Draw or paint on a square cardboard (30 x 30 cm / 12×12 inches).
  • Paste the registration format with all the requested data on the back of your drawing.

International Mother Language Day (IMLD) 2018

 International Mother Language Day (IMLD) 2018

On International Mother Language Day 2018, celebrated every year on 21 February, UNESCO reiterates its commitment to linguistic diversity and invites its Member States to celebrate the day in as many languages as possible as a reminder that linguistic diversity and multilingualism are essential for sustainable development.

UNESCO has been celebrating International Mother Language Day for nearly 20 years with the aim of preserving linguistic diversity and promoting mother tongue-based multilingual education.

Linguistic diversity is increasingly threatened as more and more languages  disappear. One language disappears on average every two weeks, taking with it an entire cultural and intellectual heritage.

How to celebrate Mother Language Day in your school

School Teachers

  • Encourage children to use their mother languages to introduce themselves and talk about their families and culture
  • Celebrate culture by having them read poetry, tell a story or sing a song in their mother tongues. Paintings and drawings with captions in mother languages can also be displayed.


  • See how many mother languages your fellow students speak. Make a survey of the languages by interviewing them and publish the results on internet.
  • Help organize cultural activities such as films, plays and music that celebrate different languages.

PT GLOBAL EDU supports UN’s Global Sustainable Goals.

More information : UNESCO


The Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition 2018

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.


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.

Download the 2018 Flyer

Source: The RCS, UK