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T-shirt design contest on biodiversity, conservation


The Hindu, Tirunelveli,15 July, 2014


On the occasion of Kalakkad – Mundanthurai Tiger Reserve completing 25 years (1988 - 2013), with Mundanthurai sanctuary, the country’s first tiger sanctuary, having completed 50 years (1962 - 2012), the KMTR administration is planning to celebrate the milestone through various competitions and awareness programmes, said Mita Banerjee, Chief Conservator of Forests and Field Director, KMTR. The first contest is the all-India level ‘T-shirt design contest.’ The designs selected for use will be credited to the designer (by name) in the T-shirt’s sales tag. Aspiring contestants can be anywhere in the country and participate in the contest by sending entry design along with a registration form and copy of photo-ID card by post or e-mail by July 28. Entry is free.

The design should be on biodiversity and its conservation. Winners will be declared on International Tiger Day on July 29. The contest is meant for two categories: students of schools (preferably VIII standard and above) and colleges and professionals. There will be three prizes in each category, which will be given away in a grand function tentatively scheduled in October 2014. The entry design/s must be sent with duly filled and signed registration form and photo – ID card of the contestant.

All submissions may be sent as an attachment to or hand delivered or sent by post to The Chief Conservator of Forests and Field Director, Kalakad Mundanthurai Tiger Reserve, NGO ‘A’ Colony, Palayamkottai, Tirunelveli – 627007. Any more details regarding the contest will be made available through website: Contest is open to students and professionals There will be three prizes in both category A grand function is planned in October 2014