Milestones - Marathi

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 700 schools in  19 cities,

The cities are

1) Aurangabad / Jalna 2) Ratnagiri / Chiplun 3) Jalgaon / Bhusawal / Dharangaon 4) Mumbai / Mumbai Subarbs
5) Nashik / Sinnar / Pimpalgaon 6) Pune / Bhosari / Pimpri 7) Nanded / Parbhani / Basmat 8) Amravati / Badnera
9) Kolhapur / Ichalkaranji / Satara / Karad 10) Sangli / Miraj / Islampur 11) Solapur / Sangole / Tuljapur 12) Nagpur / Wardha / Kanti
13) Dhule / Malegaon / Rawalgaon Dabadi 14) Raigarh District 15) Palghar / Dahanu / Boisar, 16) Yavatmal / Pusad / Digras
17) Latur 18) Manmad / Chalisgaon / Bhadgaon 19) Ahmednagar / Sangamner / Shirdi

 

2017-18

The 9 th edition of this competition in the Marathi language is targeting to reach participation of 280000 students across 19 cities and 625 schools in Maharashtra. 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) Aurangabad / Jalna 2) Satara / Karad 3) Jalgaon / Bhusawal 4) Thane District 5) Nashik 6) Pune / Bhosari
7) Nanded / Parbhani 8) Amravati / Morshi 9) Kolhapur / Ichalkaranji 10) Sangli / Miraj 11) Solapur 12) Nagpur / Wardha
13) Dhule / Malegaon 14) Ratnagiri 15) Palghar / Dahanu / Boisar 16) Yavatmal 17) Beed 18) Manmad / Chalisgaon
19) Ahmednagar / Sangamner          

 

2016-17

The 8 th edition of this competition in the Marathi language witnessed a participation of 250872 students across 15 cities and 500 schools in Maharashtra.

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)Pune 2) Aurangabad 3) Satara+Phaltan 4) Jalgaon 5) Kalyan+Dombivali 6) Nashik
7) Nanded+Parbhani 8) Amravati+Akola 9) Kolhapur 10) Sangli+Miraj 11) Solahapur 12) Nagpur+wardha
13)Dhule+Malegaon 14) Ratnagiri 15) Ahmednagar      

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

National level winner identification is in progress.

Winners of the Regional Felicitation of Marathi 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

 

2015-16

The 7 th edition of this competition in the Marathi language touched 236291 students in 15 cities and 500 schools in Maharashtra. The theme of 2015-16 edition was "Digital Technology for Better India". The city level winners have been felicitated in Pune.

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 cities are:

1) Mumbai 2) Akola 3) Nagpur 4) Amravati 5) Aurangabad 6) Sholapur 7) Satara 8) Sangli
9) Kolhapur 10) Pune 11) Nashik 12) Latur 13) Ratnagiri 14) Jalgaon 15) Ahmednagar  

 

2014-15

The 6 th edition of this competition in the Marathi language, nearly 2 lakh students participate across 15 cities and 500 schools in Maharashtra. The City level winners were felicitated at City level function organized at Pune. The theme for 2014-15 competition was "Clean India".

National winners have been felicitated in New Delhi on 8 Dec 2016.

The cities are:

1) Mumbai 2) Akola 3) Nagpur 4) Amravati 5) Aurangabad 6) Sholapur
7) Satara 8) Sangli 9) Kolhapur 10) Pune 11) Nashik 12) Latur
13) Ratnagiri 14) Jalgaon 15) Ahmednagar

 

2013-14

The 5 th edition of this competition in the Marathi language, nearly 1.64 lakh students participate across 13 cities and 460 schools in Maharashtra. The theme for 2013-14 competition was "Happy & Prosperous Nation".The City level winners were felicitated at City level function organized at Pune. The National Level winners for 2013-14 were felicitated on 4 th Dec. 2015 at New Delhi. 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.

The cities were include:

1) Mumbai 2) Akola 3) Nagpur 4) Amravati 5) Aurangabad 6) Sholapur
7) Satara 8) Sangli 9) Kolhapur 10) Pune 11) Nashik 12) Latur
13) Ratnagiri

 

2012-13

The 4th edition of this competition in the Marathi language launched in October 2012. Nearly 1.6 lakh students are participated across 12 cities and 400 schools in Maharashtra. The theme for 2012-13 competition was "Science & Technology for India”. The winners at city level were felicitated in Mumbai. The National Level winners for 2012-13 were felicitated on 4 th Dec. 2015 at New Delhi 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

The cities were include:

1) Mumbai 2) Pune 3) Nashik 4) Nagpur 5) Solapur 6) Kolhapur
7) Aurangabad 8) Akola 9) Latur 10) Satara 11) Sangali 12) Ratnagiri

 

2011-12

The 3rd edition of this competition in the Marathi language was launched in October 2011. Over 1.6 lakh students participated across 12 cities and 400+ schools in Maharashtra.

The cities were include:

1) Mumbai 2) Pune 3) Nashik 4) Nagpur 5) Solapur 6) Kolhapur
7) Aurangabad 8) Akola 9) Latur 10) Satara 11) Sangali 12) Ratnagiri

The theme for 2011-12 competition was "Clean and Green Nation".The winners at city level were felicitated in Mumbai. 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. The topic was "How can you keep place you live in your home, your school a neat and clean place".

 

2010-11

The 2nd edition of this competition in the Marathi language was launched in October. Nearly 1 lakh students participated across 12 cities and 400 schools in Maharashtra.

The cities were include:

1) Mumbai 2) Pune 3) Nashik 4) Nagpur 5) Solapur 6) Kolhapur
7) Aurangabad 8) Akola 9) Latur 10) Satara 11) Sangali 12) Ratnagiri

The city level winners were felicitated in October-December 2011 at Mumbai. 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.

 

2009-10

The TBI competition was extended to Maharashtra in 2009-10 for the first time. This competition in the Marathi language at Marathi medium schools was held across 12 cities in Maharashtra where almost 1.2 lakh students across 400 Marathi medium schools participated. Two regional felicitation events were conducted around October-November where the city winners were felicitated. The national level winners were felicitated by Dr. E. Sreedharan-the Metro Man of India, at Delhi on 12th October 2011.

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