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International Day of Yoga 2022 Jingle Contest
Ministry of Ayush (MoA) is calling on the public at large to write and compose a Jingle for the upcoming International Day of Yoga, 2022 in the official Indian language as ...
Ministry of Ayush (MoA) is calling on the public at large to write and compose a Jingle for the upcoming International Day of Yoga, 2022 in the official Indian language as mentioned in the Eighth Schedule of the Indian constitution along with English and other UN languages.
The Jingle should be apt, relevant and appealing. It should endeavour to drive awareness and adoption of Yoga by people of all ages. It should highlight the cause of Yoga to serve as a tool in the betterment of the health and wellbeing of the community, especially improving physical and mental health.
It must focus on encouraging people to participate in the observance of IDY, 2022 with their family and friends. To get more information on Yoga, IDY, and the various initiatives being undertaken by the MoA, participants can visit https://yoga.ayush.gov.in/
It may cover aspects like the importance of the regular practice of Yoga to boost the immunity level and combat COVID-19, as a stress buster, improving productivity at work etc.
Participants need to provide a script and a jingle of 25-30 seconds duration in any official Indian language as mentioned in the Eighth Schedule of the Indian constitution along with English and other UN languages- that is easily comprehensible, is peppy and connects with the public at large.
The participants should upload their entry as a high-quality audio file to any media platform such as SoundCloud, YouTube, Google Drive, Dropbox etc. and enter the publicly accessible link in the comments section. The script also needs to be submitted in the form of a PDF document.
A cash prize of INR 25,000 will be given to one winning entry.
The last date of submission is 21st June 2022.
Click here for the Terms & Condition (PDF- 115 KB)