Milestones - Hindi

2018-19

In the academic year 2018-2019, the essay competition is scheduled to start shortly. The theme for the 2018-19 edition is "Lessons for Modern India from Mahatma Gandhi". and It is targeted to reach out to 2650 schools in 79 cities-set of cities,

The cities are

1) Indore / Rau / Depalpur / Betma 2) Ujjain / Badnagar / Tarana 3) Bhopal / Sehore / Obaidullaganj
4) Dewas / Hatpiplia / Sonkatch / Chapda 5) Dhar / Rajgarh / Ghata Bilod 6) Gwalior / Bhitarwar / Tekanpur
7) Jabalpur / Narshingpur / Sihora / Gotegaon 8) Shajapur / Shujalpur 9) Khandwa / Burhanpur / Khirkiya / Harsud
10) Hoshangabad / Seoni Malwa / Pipariya 11) Ratlam / Mandsaur / Sailana 12) Guna / Ashok Nagar / Narsinghgarh
13) Sagar / Damoh / Rahatgarh 14) Neemuch / Mansa / Nayagaon 15) Jhabua / Jobat
16) Vidisha / Sironj / Samshabad 17) Betul / Shahpur 18) Chhindwara
19) Chhatarpur / Tikamgarh 20) Seoni / Balaghat 21) Bhind / Morena
22) Raipur / Dharsiwa / Arang 23) Korba / Champa 24) Rajnandgaon / Khairagarh
25) Bilaspur / Mungeli 26) Bhilai / Durg / Dhamda 27) Balodabazar / Bhatapara
28) Sarguja / Ambikapur 29) Kawardha / Bemetra 30) Bhagapur
31) Gaya 32) Muzzafarpur 33) Patna / Danapur
34) Bhiwani 35) Faridabad 36) Gurgaon
37) Hisar 38) Jind 39) Sonepat / Panipat
40) Yamunanagar 41) Delhi / New Delhi 42) Haridwar / Roorkee
43) Hamirpur 44) Shimla / Solan 45) Jammu
46) Jamshedpur / Saraikela 47) Ranchi 48) Jaipur
49) Jodhpur 50) Kota / Pipalda Kalan 51) Udaipur
52) Ajmer / Beawar 53) Bikaner / Chhattargarh 54) Pali / Bali
55) Sikar 56) Bhilwara / Shahpura 57) Jaisalmer
58) Rajsamand 59) Pratapgarh / Banswara 60) Barmer
61) Chittorgarh / Nimbahera 62) Baran 63) Ganganagar / Hanumangarh
64) Faizabad 65) Aligarh 66) Jhansi / Lalitpur
67) Muzaffarnagar 68) Shahjahanpur 69) Etawah
70) Mirzapur 71) Agra / Firozabad 72) Allahabad / Naini
73) Bareilly / Badaun 74) Kanpur / Unnao 75) Lucknow / Bara Banki
76) Meerut 77) Noida / Ghaziabad 78) Varanasi / Mughal Sarai / Chandauli
79) Moradabad

 

2017-18

In the 2017-18 edition the competition in Hindi language is targeted to reach out to 9,00,000 students in 65 cities and 2250 schools. The theme for this year's competition is "New India @ 70 and your Contribution".

17-18-City level winners are identified and felicitated ,The process of evaluation for selecting National level winners are in progress.

The cities are

1) Jamshedpur / Saraikela 2) Ranchi 3) Patna/Danapur 4) Gaya 5) Bhagalpur 6) Muzaffarpur
7) Kanpur 8) Lucknow / Bara Banki 9) Noida / Ghaziabad 10) Agra / Firozabad 11) Varanasi / Mughal Sarai 12) Meerut
13) Allahabad 14) Aligarh 15) Haridwar / Rishikesh 16) Roorkee 17) Mandi 18) Jammu
19) Delhi / New Delhi 20) Faridabad / Gurgaon (NCR) 21) Sonepat / Panipat 22) Yamunanagar 23) Rohtak / Jhajjar 24) Bhiwani

 

2016-17

In the 2016-17 edition of this competition in the Hindi language witnessed participation of 1022015 students across 58 cities and 1990 schools.

16-17-The National winners were felicitated on 14th Feb 2019 in an event in New Delhi and met the Hon. President of India. Please visit the Images gallery and winner essay section for more details.

The cities are

1) Ujjain 2) Indore 3) Tikamgarh 4) Neemuch / Mansa 5) Khandwa / Burhanpur 6) Ratlam / Mandsaur
7) Vidisha / Basoda 8) Sagar / Damoh 9) Dewas 10) Bhopal 11) Hoshangabad 12) Itarsi
13) Shivpuri / Guna 14) Gwalior 15) Jabalpur 16) Rewa 17) Katni 18) Satna
19) Raipur 20) Korba / Champa 21) Jashpur 22) Bijapur 23) Durg / Bhilai 24) Raigarh
25) Bilaspur / Janjgir 26) Jaipur 27) Jodhpur 28) Bhilwara / Chittorgarh 29) Bikaner 30) Kota / Bundi
31) Ajmer 32) Udaipur 33) SwaiMadhopur / GangapurCity 34) Jaisalmer 35) Patna 36) Gaya
37) NoidaGaziabad 38) NCR 39) Hisar 40) bhiwani 41) Rohtak 42) Yanumanagar
43) Jammu 44) Jamshedpur 45) Ranchi 46) Dhanbad 47) Bareily 48) Moradabad
49) Bulandshahar 50) Varanasi 51) Agra 52) Kanpur 53) Lucknow 54) Allahabad
55) Meerut 56) Mathura 57) Rudrapur / Pantnagar 58) Haridwar / Rishikesh    

The theme for this year,s competition is 'Global Warming and Climate Change'

Photo gallery 2017

Winners of the Regional Felicitation of English, Hindi and Urdu language of Tata Building India School essay competition 2016-17 held in Pune on 7th December 2017 with the Chief Guest, Prof. Dr. E. B. Khedkar

City level winners of the Tata Building India 2016-17 Hindi Language felicitated at the Indore event along with the Chief Guest.

City level winners of English,Hindi and Urdu felicitated in Indore on 12.12.2017 along with the Chief Guest.

City level winners of the Tata Building India 2016-17 Hindi Language felicitated at the Lucknow event along with the Chief Guest.

National level winner identification is in progress.

 

2015-16

In the 2015-16 edition of this competition in the Hindi language has touched 737927 students across 46 cities and 1600 schools. The City level winners have been felicitated at City level functions organized at Bhubaneswar, Ahmedabad, Lucknow, Chandigarh and Indore.

The President of India, Shri Ram Nath Kovind, Mr. N. Chandrasekaran, Chairman, Tata Sons, and senior leaders from the Tata group, with the national winners of the 2015-16 edition of ‘Tata Building India School Essay Competition’ at Rashtrapati Bhavan in New Delhi on January 12, 2018.

The national winners of the 2015-16 edition of Tata Building India School Essay Competition got a chance to meet the Honorable President of India, Shri Ramnath Kovind, at Rashtrapati Bhavan, New Delhi and got a once in lifetime opportunity to take a tour of the Rashtrapati Bhavan on January 12, 2018.

The young achievers were further felicitated by Mr. Harish Bhat, Brand Custodian, Tata Sons Ltd at a function held on the same day in New Delhi.

The (city/set of cities) are:

1) Indore 2) Ujjain 3) Bhopal 4) Hoshangabad 5) Jabalpur 6) Gwalior
7) Itarsi 8) Dewas 9) Khandwa 10) Ratlam 11) Rewa 12) Shivpuri/Guna
13) Katni 14) Sagar 15) Satna 16) Tikamgarh 17) Balodabazar 18) Vidisha
19) Raipur 20) Bilaspur/ Bastar 21) Mahasamund 22) Dhamtari 23) Durg 24) Raigarh
25) Shajapur 26) Jaipur 27) Jodhpur 28) Kota 29) Udaipur 30) Ajmer
31) Bikaner 32) Nagore 33) Bhilwara/Chittorgarh 34) Pali 35) New Delhi 36) Noida-Gaziabad
37) Rohtak 38) Sonepat/Panipat 39) Bareilly 40) Kanpur 41) Agra 42) Varanasi
43) Lucknow 44) Rudrapur/Pantnagar 45) Patna 46) Jamshedpur/Ranchi

 

2014-15

In the 2014-15 edition of this competition in the Hindi language. Nearly 6 lakhs + students participated across 46 cities and 1600 schools.

The theme for 2014-15 competition was "Clean India". The City level winners were felicitated at City level functions organized at Bhubaneswar, Ahmedabad, Lucknow, Chandigarh along with English language. National winners have been identified and will be informed on Individual basis.

The National level winners were felicitated in New Delhi on 8 th Dec 2016.

The (city/set of cities) are:

1) Indore 2) Ujjain 3) Bhopal 4) Hoshangabad 5) Jabalpur 6) Gwalior
7) Itarsi 8) Dewas 9) Khandwa 10) Ratlam 11) Rewa 12) Shivpuri/Guna
13) Katni 14) Sagar 15) Satna 16) Neemuch 17) Singrauli 18) Vidisha
19) Raipur 20) Narayanpur and Orcha 21) Jashpur 22) Bijapur 23) Durg 24) Raigarh
25) Bastar 26) Jaipur 27) Jodhpur 28) Kota 29) Udaipur 30) Ajmer
31) Bikaner 32) Sri Ganganagar 33) Bhilwara/Chittorgarh 34) Alwar 35) New Delhi 36) Noida-Gaziabad
37) Rohtak 38) Sonepat/Panipat 39) Bareilly 40) Kanpur 41) Agra 42) Varanasi
43) Lucknow 44) Rudrapur/Pantnagar 45) Patna 46) Jamshedpur/Ranchi

The Competition was conducted for participants from classes 6 to 12 divided into two categories i.e. class 6-8 and class 9-12. Glimpses of regional level felicitation

 

2013-14

In the 7th edition of this competition in the Hindi language. Nearly 5.5 lakh students participated across 42 cities and 1435 schools.

The theme for 2013-14 competition was "Happy & Prosperous Nation" .

The cities were include:

1) Indore

2) Chindwara

3) Bhopal

4) Hoshangabad

5) Jabalpur

6) Gwalior

7) Ujjain

8) Raipur

9) Bilaspur

10) Kota

11) Ajmer

12) Jaipur

13) Jodhpur

14) Udaipur

15) Bikaner

16) Patna

17) Bhagalpur

18) Gaya

19) Muzaffarpur

20) Delhi

21) Chandigarh

22) NCR – Faridabad/Gurgaon

23) Rohtak

24) Jamshedpur/Ranchi

25) Dhanbad

26) Noida/Ghaziabad

27) Ludhiana

28) Amritsar

29) Jalander

30) Patiala

31) Meerut

32) Jhansi

33) Kanpur

34) Agra

35) Bareilly

36) Varanasi

37) Allahabad

38) Lucknow

39) Gorakhpur

40) Moradabad

41) Dehradun/Mussoorie

42) Roorkee/Haridwar

The City level winners were felicitated at City level functions organized at Bhubaneswar, Ahmedabad, Kolkata, Lucknow, Chandigarh along with English language The National Level winners for 2013-14 were felicitated on 4 th Dec. 2015 at New Delhi.

 

2012-13

The 6th edition of this competition in the Hindi language was launched in September 2012. Nearly 5 lakh students participated across 27 cities and 1000 schools.
The cities were:

1) Delhi

2) Chandigarh

3) Ludhiana

4) Jalandhar

5) Amritsar

6) Patna

7) Jamshedpur

8) Ranchi

9) Bhagalpur

10) Jabalpur

11) Jaipur

12) Jodhpur

13) Udaipur

14) Kota

15) Ajmer

16) Indore

17) Raipur

18) Bilaspur

19) Bhopal

20) Gwalior

21) Agra

22) Bareilly

23) Varanasi

24) Kanpur

25) Ghaziabad

26) Faridabad

27) Gaya

     

The theme for 2012-13 competition was "Science & Technology for India".
The City level winners were felicitated at City level functions organized at Bhubaneswar, Ahmedabad, Kolkata, Mumbai, Lucknow, Chandigarh. The National Level winners for 2012-13 were felicitated on 4 th Dec. 2015 at New Delhi.

 

2011-12

The 5th edition of this competition in the Hindi language was launched in September 2011. Nearly 0.5 million students participated across 27 cities and 1000 schools. The cities were:

1) Delhi

2) Chandigarh

3) Ludhiana

4) Jalandhar

5) Amritsar

6) Patna

7) Jamshedpur

8) Ranchi

9) Bhagalpur

10) Jabalpur

11) Jaipur

12) Jodhpur

13) Udaipur

14) Kota

15) Ajmer

16) Indore

17) Raipur

18) Bilaspur

19) Bhopal

20) Gwalior

21) Agra

22) Bareilly

23) Varanasi

24) Kanpur

25) Ghaziabad

26) Faridabad

27) Gaya

     

The theme for 2011-12 competition is "Clean and Green Nation”. The city level winners for Hindi were felicitated at Delhi in the month of July 2012. The National winners got an opportunity to meet the President on 2nd April 2013 and also got a once in a life time opportunity to see and admire the Rashtrapati Bhavan as a special guided tour was arranged for them.

 

2010-11

The 4th edition of this competition in the Hindi language was launched in September, 2010. Nearly 5 lakh students participated across 27 cities and 1000 schools.
The cities were include:

1) Delhi

2) Chandigarh

3) Ludhiana

4) Jallandhar

5) Pathankot

6) Kanpur

7) Agra

8) Varanasi

9) Faridabad

10) Meerut

11) Gorakhpur

12) Bareilly

13) Noida

14) Ranchi

15) Jamshedpur

16) Raipur

17) Bilaspur

18) Bhopal

19) Indore/Gwalior

20) Shimla

21) Jammu

22) Bhagalpur/Muzaffarnagar

23) Gaya

24) Patna

25) Jaisalmer

26) Jaipur

27) Jodhpur

     

The theme for 2010-11 was "Garibi Hatao". The city level winners were felicitated in October-December 2011. . The national level winners for 2010-11 got an opportunity to meet the President on 2nd April 2013 and also got a once in a life time opportunity to see and admire the Rashtrapati Bhavan as a special guided tour was arranged for them.

 

2009-10

The 3rd edition covered 18 cities where nearly 4 lakh students across 600 Hindi medium schools participated. The theme of the competition was 'Future India'. Three regional felicitation events were conducted to felicitate the city winners. The national level winners have been announced and will be felicitated by Dr. E Sreedharan at Delhi.

 

2008-09

In its second year the essay competition for the year 2008-09 was extended to 12 cities compared to 8 in the first year. More than 2.5 lakh students participated from around 400 Hindi medium schools across the Hindi belt of India in cities like Delhi, Patna, Bhopal, Raipur, Jammu, Ludhiana, Ranchi, Udaipur, Kanpur, Varanasi, Haridwar and Hissar. Four Regional awards ceremony (Bhopal, Patna, Kanpur, Ludhiana) were organized to jointly felicitate the city level winners from the cities.

National winners of 2008-09 from English and Hindi were jointly felicitated at a gala function in May 2010 in New Delhi.

The high-point of the achievement of these winners was the once in a lifetime opportunity that they got to interact with the Vice President of India, Shri Mohammad Hamid Ansari along with a guided tour of Rashtrapati Bhavan.

 

2007-08

Buoyed by the encouraging words of Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam and the tremendous response received from the schools in the first year, the Tata group of companies extended the competition in 2007-08 to Hindi medium schools across North and Central India. The first edition received entries from over 1.35 lakh students from 243 schools across 8 cities (Agra, Amritsar, Delhi, Indore, Jaipur, Jamshedpur, Lucknow and Patna). The city level winners were felicitated in an award ceremony in all these 8 locations which was covered well by local media also. The national winners of the Hindi essay competition along with their counter-parts from the English essay competition for 2007-08 were felicitated by the Honorable President Mrs. Pratibha Patil at Rashtrapati Bhavan in New Delhi. The children along with the parents spent some time with the President and also got a once in a life time opportunity to see and admire the Rashtrapati Bhavan as a special guided tour was arranged for them.

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