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Organisation : Ministry of Home Affairs
Competition Name : NPDRR Slogan Contest 2017
Applicable For : Only Indian citizen residing in India
Competition Last Date : 17th April 2017
Website : http://ndmindia.nic.in/
Contest Rules : https://www.contest.net.in/uploads/21419-Slogan.pdf
Slogan Contest as build up of 2nd meeting of National Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction (NPDRR) in disaster management in India
Related / Similar Contest : NIDM NPDRR 2020 Short Film Competition
i. Theme of the Slogan:
“Role of National Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction (NPDRR) in disaster management in India”
The slogan should bring out the essence of collective decision making platform in the form of NPDRR provided to stakeholders from government, private, non-governmental sectors, so that country can endeavor to disaster resilient.
iii. Background of NPDRR: Enclosed at Annex-I
iv. Language: Hindi or English
v. Word Count: 10 words or less
Competition will start from 1000 hrs of 31st March 2017. Entry received through email upto 1700 hrs of 17th April 2017 will only be considered.
Only Indian citizen residing in India can participate in this slogan contest
viii. How to send the slogan:
Interested Indian citizens are requested to send their slogans on the above theme, within the word limits, to email address (firstname.lastname@example.org) along with their contact details.
ix. Selection process:
The best entry under the slogan contest will be selected by a panel of judges comprising of 4 members of NDMA. The selected entry will be informed of selection via email/fax/telephone by around 20th April 2017.
The best entry for the slogan contest will be provided with following awards/felicitation:
** A cash prize of Rs. 25,000/- and a certificate from the Minister of State in MHA
** To-and fro economy class air tickets from their place of stay in India for participating in the 2nd meeting of NPDRR
** Accommodation for 2 day and 2 night stay at Delhi during NPDRR for participating and presenting the view of the award winning entry in the 2ndmeeting of NPDRR
Any correspondence from/to participants will be by email provided by the participant. Organisers are not liable in case of email delivery failures.
Participation in the 2nd meeting of NPDRR is through invitation only. Apart from members of NPDRR, representatives from State Governments (Resident Commissioners, Relief Commissioners, SDMAs, select DDMAs, select local government representatives, heads of fire service and civil defence), representatives from Central Governments, select public sector organizations, institutions of national importance, private sector, financial institutions, professional experts, NGOs, pre-event organizers are going to participate in the meeting. About 1000 participants are likely to attend the meeting.
Key expected outcomes :
** To sensitize the participants about important initiatives at global and national level on DRR, including AMCDRR 2016, and the Asia Regional Plan 2016, Prime Minister’s 10 point agenda on disaster risk reduction
** To obtain consensus of the states/UTs for conducting Multi-hazard Risk Vulnerability Assessment within specific timeframe.
** To explore how Hazard Risk Vulnerability Analysis (HRVA) outcomes can be integrated into policy formulation.
** To identify constraints and find out their solutions in strengthening District Disaster Management Authorities in multi-hazard risk prone districts.
** To develop a mechanism for compliance of building codes in urban areas and to develop building codes for rural areas.
** To suggest various measures for promoting insurance as risk mitigation tool among the general public.
** To explore possible areas/schemes for reducing risks of earthquakes, floods and landslides.
** To strengthen Incident Response Forces at State/Local levels for effective response.
** To have a mechanism in place for build-back-better.
** To measure and monitor the performance of India on different priority areas/ targets of SFDRR.