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Government announces Jingle Contest for Republic Day

Government announces Jingle Contest for Republic Day

Ahead of 74th Republic Day, the Indian government announced a contest for citizens. The Ministry of Defence, along with MyGov, has invited citizens to compose a jingle for the upcoming Republic Day on January 26, 2023.

Any adult Indian citizen can participate in the Jingle contest. That is one must attain 18 years to participate in the contest.

Indian citizens who reside in the country are eligible to participate in the contest.

The contest is free. There is no entry fee to send their jingles.

Indian citizens can submit their jingles through the MyGov portal in any official Indian language. Direct submissions to the Ministry of Defence will not be accepted.

The jingle must be relevant and promote a sense of patriotism in citizens. In addition, it should emphasize the importance of Republic Day.

Besides, it should encourage citizens to participate in the Republic Day celebrations.

It also should cover important aspects and significant developments of India that achieved in the past 74 years.

In other words, the jingle must showcase the significant achievements and milestones of the country in the last 74 years.

The jingle must be easily understandable and can connect with many people. The time duration is 25 to 30 seconds. Participants must also send scripts as a PDF document.

The entries should be uploaded as a high-quality audio file on any media platform like YouTube, Google Drive etc. After that, they should enter the link in the comments section. The link must be publicly accessible.

Those who want to participate in the contest can submit their jingles by January 20. Submissions after the last date will not be accepted.

The government announced three cash prizes for the winners. The first prize is ₹10,000. The second and the third prize carry ₹7,000 and ₹5,000.

For complete details and participate in the jingle contest, visit the website.

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