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December 14, 2021 Tuesday 12:34:27 PM IST

Sanketik Sampreshan Competition Conducted by NCERT

NCERT invites young minds to creatively express their talent in arts and culture for the enrichment of Indian Sign Language (ISL) and to popularize it. It can be conveyed through visual and verbal representations of art.

The competition is open to Indian Nationals who are either school students from classes IXth to XIIth, a college student, or a faculty member of any institution. NCERT is conducting a nationwide competition to enrich the ISL dictionary. A list of over 200 words has been created to be represented visually without any verbal or typed components. The words can be represented visually in two categories of mediums used

A. Art compositions

 B. Video clips of performing arts.

Twenty-five best entries will be selected from all over India, whose artworks or videos are deemed as the best visual interpretations. Special Merit certificates will be given to all the winners. All entries once submitted will become a part of NCERT’s database. Selected entries will be presented in a live telecast on PM eVIDYA DTH TV channels and will be uploaded on DIKSHA. Due credit shall be provided to the participants.

The participant should be a student in, classes IXth to XIIth or be enrolled in a college or university. The participant can also be a staff member or teacher for classes IXth to XIIth or a college or university.

For more information, you can visit the NCERT website.