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Organization : Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi
Competition Name : World No Tobacco Day Competitions 2016
Applicable For : Classes VI-XII Students
Entries Last Date : 15th May 2016
Website : http://cbseacademic.in/
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CBSE World No Tobacco Day

On World No Tobacco Day, 31st May 2016, WHO and the Secretariat of the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control are calling countries to get ready for plain (standardized) packaging of tobacco products

Related / Similar Post :: CBSE Result of World No Tobacco Day Competition

Competitions: [see annexure 01 for details]
Poster making: Theme: Tobacco: A leading risk factor for non-communicable diseases
Essay writing: Theme: Tobacco kills in any form or disguise.
Report: Theme: Media and Tobacco: how they get the message across! Document the harmful impacts of media, how the tobacco trade influences the media, and how the media can fight the habit of tobacco use among all age groups.
A Power point Theme: Tobacco: A leading risk factor for non-communicable diseases. Students may also send 2-3 photographs to show how they used their ppt to raise awareness among schoolmates/community.

Mode of Submission

Only the top 03 entries of each competition are to be sent along with duly filled and attested ENTRY FORM in annexure 02, including the following:
** Typed or neatly handwritten Essay, Poster, as hard copies only.
** PPT/s in separate VCDs, duly labelled with the name of school and hard copy of the PPT
** Report with 2-3 photographs of interactions with the community, as hard copy only on or before 15th May 2016.
** The top 40 entries in each event will be selected by a distinguished panel of experts.
** The results will be uploaded on the academic website: cbseacademic.in
** All winners will be awarded a Certificate of Merit.

Send To:
Ms. P. Rajeswary, Education Officer,
CBSE, “Shiksha Sadan”, IV Floor,
17- Rouse Avenue, Institution Area,
New Delhi – 110002.

Please note:
Entries received after the specified date, with information missing or unattested by the School Head, will be deemed as invalid.
Reports, along with photographs (captioned) may be sent for publication in the CBSE quarterly journal CENBOSEC.

Rules & Regulations

WHO theme for 2016: GET READY FOR PLAIN PACKAGING

Poster drawing: Tobacco: A leading risk factor for non-communicable diseases [individual]
** Convey a clear message
** Size: A4 size chart paper
** Time Limit: 2 hours
** Eligibility: Classes VI-VIII
** Hindi or English

Avoid:
** Any inappropriate content.
** Abusive language.
** Bias against any community, occupation, religion or group of people.
** Cluttering with too many images and messages.

Assessment criteria:
** Relevance of content to the prescribed theme
** Visual appeal (use of colours / images/ paper cuttings etc.)
** Clarity of purpose
** Innovation and creativity
** Appropriate Slogan/Messages

For further queries, please contact:
011-23231248 or e-mail to P. Rajeswary, EO [Academics]: rajeswary.cbse01@gmail.com

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  1. What posters should I draw?

  2. Ms Enifer Yashmin

    I read in class VIII in Army Public School.Narangi, Guwahati Assam. I have the winner 1st position in the poster competition in World No Tobacco Day 2016. But still I have not received the trophy yet.

  3. What pictures I should draw in posters?

  4. Where can I see the result of ‘India of my dreams ‘slogan writing competition?

  5. ASTHA CHATTERJEE

    Tomorrow I am going to make a poster about Tobbaco a leading risk factor for non communicable disease. Can you help me?

  6. Please tell me report on media and tobacco.

  7. Where will be held that competition?

    1. In the school itself.

  8. I still did not get the results for essay competition on Dr BR Ambedkar.

  9. When will I get the result of Poster making competition?

  10. HOW WILL I PREPARE FOR IT?

    1. What competition you are going to participate?

  11. When we will get the result of competition related to the BR Ambedkar?

    1. Result of CBSE Expression Series on Dr. B.R.Ambedkar and it is available in the official website.

  12. When will the results be announced & Where can I get it?

    1. From the Website:

      ** The top 40 entries in each event will be selected by a distinguished panel of experts.
      ** The results will be uploaded on the academic website
      ** All winners will be awarded a Certificate of Merit.

  13. How is tobacco harmful?

    1. Tobacco smoking is harmful to health:
      Tobacco smoke contains more than 7000 chemical compounds. Many of these agents are toxic, and more than 69 – including polyaromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) and tobacco-specific nitrosamines – cause cancer.

  14. Is this competition only for CBSE schools?

    1. From the Website:

      For queries, please contact: 011-23231248 or e-mail to P. Rajeswary, EO [Academics]: rajeswary.cbse01 AT gmail.com

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