NCPCR Short Film/Photography/Poster Competitions. Last date: FEB -13.

India: The National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) invites applications for NCPCR Short Film/Still Photography/Poster Competition 2018 from any Indian citizen above 18 years of age. The aim of the scholarship is to recognize the creative efforts of the people towards promotion and protection of Child Rights. MJMUN – FEB 17-18. Muffakham Jah Extends Its wings to other colleges.Procedure to apply for the scholarship:

  1. Download the application form.
  2. Fill in all the details.
  3. Attach all the required documents.
  4. Send the application form by post to the address given below:

National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) 5th Floor, Chanderlok Building, 36 Janpath, New Delhi – 110 001, Telephone no. 011-23478242.

NOTE: Student has to write his/her complete address, telephone, and mobile number as well as an e-mail address in the application form.

  • Students who have applied for poster competition have to submit their posters in a PDF form via mail at indra.ncpcr@gov.in, jyoti.ncpcr@gov.in
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Eligibility: Any Indian citizens above 18 years of age are eligible to apply.

About Short Film Competition:

The National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) invites short films for its ‘Short Film Competition which aims at recognizing the creative efforts towards promotion and protection of Child Rights. These may be in any Indian language with sub-titles in English or in English. The film could be a documentary, dramatisation of real stories or a work of fiction, in any technical format, including animation, pertaining to the rights of Children to survival, growth and development, their protection against harm/abuse/exploitation etc. and their participation in policies/issues which involves their interest (for example: child labour, Child trafficking, Child Marriage, Child begging, Child sexual abuse, Superstitious activities and Black magic involving children, use of children in carrying contraband/drugs etc.)

  • First prize: INR 1,00,000
  • Second prize: INR 75,000
  • Third prize: INR 50,000

About Photography Competition:

The National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) invites still photographs for its ‘Still Photography Competition’ which aims at recognizing the creative efforts towards promotion and protection of Child Rights. The theme of the competition should be protection of children against harm/abuse/exploitation etc. and their participation in policies/issues which involves their interest (for example: Child Labour, Child trafficking, Child Marriage, Child begging, Child Sexual Abuse, Superstitious activities and Black magic involving children, use of children in carrying contraband/drugs etc.)

  • First prize: INR 50,000
  • Second prize: INR 30000
  • Third prize: INR 20,000

About Poster Competition:

The National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) invites posters for its ‘Poster Competition’, which aims at recognizing the creative efforts towards promotion and protection of Child Rights. Participants have to design the poster and develop a corresponding message focused on themes of protection of children against harm/abuse/exploitation etc. and which involves their interest (for example: Child Labour, Child trafficking, Child Marriage, Child begging, Child Sexual Abuse, Superstitious activities and Black magic involving children, use of children in carrying contraband/drugs etc.)

  • First prize: INR 50,000
  • Second prize: INR 30000
  • Third prize: INR 20,000

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