Inviting Solutions for E-Waste Management

Start Date :
Jan 31, 2020
Last Date :
Feb 13, 2020
23:45 PM IST (GMT +5.30 Hrs)
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E-Waste Se Raksha ...

E-Waste Se Raksha

Today, electronic waste poses a significant challenge for the society. With the introduction of innovative features and upgradation, people are changing their devices by discarding the old ones, thereby contributing in generation of electronic waste significantly. An effective collection and disposal system, as well as a recycling of end-of-life electronic devices in responsible manner is important for protecting the health and environment.

Awareness Programme on Environmental Hazards of Electronic Waste is being implemented across India by MeitY to create awareness among the public about the hazards of e-waste recycling by the informal sector and educate them about alternate methods of disposing their e-waste. The programme also stresses the need for adopting environment friendly e-waste recycling practices, vis-à-vis, collection and recycling mechanism. MeitY is also promoting R&D to develop technological solutions for e-waste management in environment friendly manner.

Here, Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology (MeitY) invites entries from citizens on the theme: Environment-friendly methods/measures for disposal and recycling of e-waste

Technical Parameters: The participant should submit the written entries with the following technical parameters:
a)PDF file format only;
b)Using Text font size 12 among font type Cambria or Times New Roman or equivalent Unicode Hindi Text
c)The Line spacing would be 1.15
d)Paper Margins allowing 1-inch margins on all four sides and justify text on both sides
e)Word limit - Maximum 3 pages as per specifications

1st : Rs. 15,000/-
2nd : Rs. 10,000/-
3rd : Rs. 5,000/-

Last date of submission is 13th February, 2020.

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Gayathri Suriyanarayanan
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Gayathri Suriyanarayanan 2 years 9 months ago

Hello India,
E - Waste management is the urgent need of the hour. Humans are different creature that destroys their own land and lives. Already it's too late. So go and do your duty to save our country, environment and our Earth.