Short Film Making Contest: The Central government has an offer for your creativity where you can earn upto  Rs 2 lakh. In order to win the amount money (prize) you have to participate in a competition. Actually, the government has organized this contest to make people aware about the ill effects of tobacco. Let us tell you that the government organizes such competitions every day.

Know how you can win 2 lakh rupees

The central govt has given this information by tweeting on its official Twitter account. You have to participate in two contests to win the prize money of Rs 2 lakh. Let’s know everything about them.
1. Have to make a short film
If you are fond of making short films, then you can make on World No-Tobacco Day 2021 on the ill-effects of tobacco. This short film should be at least 30 seconds and a maximum of 60 seconds.


These people can take part in the competition

All citizens above 18 years of age/Indian citizens (born on or before 31st May, 2003) can participate in this competition except employees of Ministry of Health and Family Welfare and their relatives.

so is the prize money

1st Prize: 2,00,000/-

2nd Prize: 1,50,000/-

3rd Prize: 1,00,000/-

Consolation Prize: 10,000 to 10 persons each.

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Important Dates

Start Date: May 31, 2021

Last date for submission: 30th June, 2021.

Mean-while, The Department of Higher Education under the Ministry of Education has launched a scheme today to train and mentor young authors. Termed YUVA (Young, Upcoming and Versatile Authors), the Prime Minister’s scheme seeks to mentor authors under the age of 30 and train them to promote reading, writing and book culture in the country, and project India and Indian writings globally. A consolidated scholarship of Rs50,000 per month for a period of six months per author will be paid under the YUVA Scheme.

The YUVA scheme is primarily meant to mentor young authors across the country. Giving further details, the Centre in a statement said that the scheme will ensure creating a pool of authors of below 30 years who are ready to express themselves and project India on any international platform. The move will also help in projecting Indian culture and literature globally.