MyGov website is constantly introducing new ways to engage the people in the country. It is doing that via two major forms of engagement activities called the quiz and tasks. While quiz remains the most popular of the two, there is a lot of change coming to the task section lately. There are many new activities being added to the section including the newest called MyGov Slogan Writing Competition for World Oral Health Day.
This new task comes right on the heels of Logo Design Contest Districts As Export Hubs and MyGov Compose a Song for Haridwar Kumbh 2021. All of these activities aim to do a simple thing: fuel the creativity in each and every Indian and engage them in tapping their full potential. Does that sound interesting to you? Let us give you all the information.
MyGov Slogan Writing Competition for World Oral Health Day: what you should know?
The government of India first introduced the MyGov website as an engagement platform for the citizens of this country. It has been adding a number of tasks and quizzes to make the engagement platform unique for the website. As mentioned above, we have seen quizzes like Be a Friend of Tribes India Quiz and Spice it Up Quiz. There are, of course, tasks which are being termed as Do, also dubbed as activities that you need to do as part of the engagement contest.
The recent examples include the MyGov Compose a Song for Haridwar Kumbh 2021, Logo Design Contest Districts As Export Hubs, Essay Writing Competition 2021 on Trust with Destiny and Netaji Ke Sapne Udaan India Ki contest. Now, the latest entrant is MyGov Slogan Writing Competition for World Oral Health Day. The contest seems to have gone live only recently and will conclude on March 15th, 2021.
The organisers note that entries coming after March 15th will not be accepted. The interesting element of this task is that there will be three different winners. They all have different prizes to take away. The theme of the competition – “Be Proud of Your Mouth”. The slogan should be either in Hindi or English and images of slogans written in ink will not be considered.
The contest is being organised on the occasion of World Oral Health Day, which is on March 20th. This contest is being organised by National Oral Health Program, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW) in collaboration with the Centre for Dental Education and Research AIIMS, New Delhi. The selected top entries will be awarded Cash Prizes and will be featured on the website and mobile application on oral health by MoHFW – eDantSeva.
MyGov Slogan Writing Competition for World Oral Health Day: eligibility criteria, time period and prizes to win
The Slogan Writing Competition for World Oral Health Day on MyGov website is open to all the citizens of India. However, the employees associated with the organisers of this contest or their immediate family members are not eligible to participate in this contest. Here is a look at the prizes that you can win:
- First Prize: Rs 3,000
- Second Prize: Rs 2,000
- Third Prize: Rs 1,000
The organisers note that the entries received before the opening or after the closing of the competition will be invalid and will not be entered into the competition. The maximum number of entries to a competition per person or team is one. The participants should update their MyGov profile and update details such as name, address, contact details & email address.
MyGov Slogan Writing Competition for World Oral Health Day: how to participate
In order to participate, the contestants must submit their entries as a MyGov task. If you submit your entries through any other medium or mode then it will neither be entertained nor considered for evaluation. So, here is how you can actually participate:
- Go to the contest link page.
- Click on the Login to Participate option.
- If you are a registered user then Login using your Email ID or Mobile Number.
- If you are a new user then click on the “Register Now” button and create your account first.
- Once you login, you will be able to submit your slogan.
MyGov Slogan Writing Competition for World Oral Health Day: terms and conditions
- Each entry is free of cost.
- Entrants must be a real person and must comply with MyGov policies for entry, with no age limit.
- Entrants might be asked for identification proof if deemed as the winner.
- The organisers cannot be held responsible for entries not received for whatever reason.
- The organisers reserve the right to cancel or amend the competition and these terms and conditions without notice in the event of a catastrophe, war, civil or military disturbance, act of God or any actual or anticipated breach of any applicable law or regulation or any other event outside of our control.
- Any changes to the competition will be notified to entrants as soon as possible by us.
- Entry into the competition will be deemed as acceptance of all of these terms and conditions.
MyGov Slogan Writing Competition for World Oral Health Day: how will entries be judged?
- All the competition entries shall be judged or winners selected based on those criteria specified on the competition website and/or social media channels about the competition.
- If a competition entrant does not meet the eligibility requirements or is subject to any entry restrictions, that entrant shall not be entitled to be adjudged a winner, and will not be entitled to a prize in any circumstances.
- The decision in respect of all matters to do with the competition will be final and no correspondence will be entered into.
- The competition and these terms and conditions will be governed by the Indian Legislature and any disputes will be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of India.
MyGov Slogan Writing Competition for World Oral Health Day: how to contact
In case you have any difficulty, here are the contact details shared by the organisers of this competition. You can contact the organisers via the website: edantseva.gov.in and mobile application: eDantseva. You can also contact them using the email address: email@example.com or by sending direct message on social media channels.