“Happy and Prosperous Nation” – School Essay Competition

The Tata group has announced the launch of the eighth edition of Tata Building India School Essay Competition. The theme for this year’s competition is “Happy and Prosperous Nation”.


There will be two categories: Junior level for Stds VI to VIII and Senior level for Stds. IX to XII. Participants are required to submit an essay between 500-600 words.The essays are judged on the parameters of relevance to the topic, structure, creativity and communication of the idea, and prizes are awarded for school, city and national level winners.

The essay is written by the student only once but is evaluated at three levels — School, City and National level.

The winners at each level are rewarded and functions are held to felicitate the city level winners and the national level winners. Prizes at the school level include certificates, medals and special Tata Building India merchandise. The city level winners and the runners-up receive prizes like digital cameras and MP3 players. The national level winners receive laptops, a trophy and a certificate.

The crowning moment for the national winners and the runners-up is an intended visit to Rashtrapati Bhavan, New Delhi and interaction with a dignitary.

For more information, please log on to http://www.tatabuildingindia.com , orhttps://www.facebook.com/TataBuildingIndia



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31 responses to ““Happy and Prosperous Nation” – School Essay Competition”

  1. psychologistmimi says :

    what a great endeavor!

  2. Harbans says :

    A happy and prosperous nation is the one which have the following characters.

    1. Its people are proud of their nation.
    2. They maintain its sovereignty and integrity above.
    3. Its Govt aspire for Human Resources Development.without any bias.
    4. Its Govt has zero tolerance for corruption.
    5. Its people shun narrow parochialism.
    6. Evenues of employment are given without any discrimination – no caste; no regionalism; no colour or creed based consideration.
    7. All economic parameters are taken care of taking into the export and imports.
    8. Tourism industry is given fillip to earn foreign exchange.
    9. Now a days economic development is considered more than anything else. If a country is economically developed other considerations can be overlooked. This has amply been shown by China in recent times.
    10. Its outer and internal defences are taken care of by its army & para-military forces.
    11. Where women’s security is number one priority.
    13.Where there are few parties to choose for governance.
    14. Where policy paralysis is given go bye.
    15. Where its old and ailing people are taken special care and social security is provided to them wherever required.

    These are a few points which I want my nation to be great. God help me in acquiring these.

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  5. Maxi says :

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    blessings ~ maxi

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    It is a wonderful effort that you work for the humanitarian causes which affect the children in your nation. The nation’s future will depend on the children.

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