Thursday, September 23, 2021

Jammu and Kashmir govt announces National Anthem Singing Competition-2021

Jammu and Kashmir government has announced National Anthem Singing Competition-2021. As the Nation is celebrating 75 years of independence and commemorating it as ‘Azadi Ka Amrut Mahotsav’, the government’s initiative has called upon all the individuals and groups to take part in the singing competition. Under the individual category, people in two sub-categories between 13-18 years of age and above 18 years can take part in the competition while in group category also, entries can be made.

This competition is open from today till 7th of this month. The winners of the competition will get cash awards. The first prize will be 25,000 rupees, second prize 11,000 rupees and third prize will be of 5,000 rupees. In this competition, District-level winners would compete for division level and all the participants will get certificate of participation.

All the individual & group winners will get a chance to sing National Anthem at their respective district or division level Independence Day, 2021 celebrations. To be eligible for the competition, the individual or group members must be domicile of J&K and not below the age of 13 years.

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