CBSE Expression Series on Dr. B.R.Ambedkar

The Central Board of Secondary Education will be organizing a CBSE Expression Series on Dr. B.R.Ambedkar to mark the occasion of his birth anniversary on 14th April. The ‘Series’ will be held on 13 and 14 April 2016. The details of the ‘Series’ are as follow:


i. Participation is voluntary.

ii.The three categories of participation are: a) Classes I to V, b) Classes VI to VIII and c) Classes IX to XII

iii.The topics are :

a.Class 1 to 5 : Participants may submit Essay (250 words)/ Poem/ Drawing on any one of the following: i. What do I know about Dr. B. R. Ambedkar?  ii. Dr. B. R. Ambedkar’s life inspires me to…..

b.Class 6 to 8 : Participants may submit Essay (500 words)/ Poem/ Drawing on any one of the following: i. Dr. B. R. Ambedkar’s ideas for progressive India ii. Dr. B. R. Ambedkar: a great leader.

c.Class 9 to 12 : Participants may submit Essay (700 words)/ Poem/Drawing on any one of the following: i. Dr. B. R. Ambedkar’s views on women empowerment ii. Dr. B. R. Ambedkar: the key architect of the constitution of India

iv.Students may submit their entries as Essay/ Poem/Drawing.

v. Entries to CBSE may be submitted in any of the 22 scheduled languages and English.

vi.Students may submit their entries from schools/ home/ any place as per their convenience.

vii.Entries may be submitted to CBSE using any of the three following modes:

a.Online mode through the link available on

b.Uploading only the jpeg/ jpg/ doc file of the entry through the link

c.Watsapp using the numbers (click a picture along with your details too)

                                                               i.For classes I to V 7065963925

                                                             ii.For Classes VI to VIII 7065963926

                                                            iii.For Classes IX to XII 7065963927

viii.To cater to the need of schools where the internet connectivity is limited, the Board has devised a registration-cum-response sheet which may be downloaded, printed, photocopied for distributing to participants. After completion of activity, schools/ participants may scan/ click an image of the entry and send it through Mobile App. Images without clear details may not be considered.

ix. Entries submitted through email/ by post will not be considered.

x. The links and Mobile App for submission of entry shall remain activated from 9.00 AM to 9.00 PM on13 and 14April 2016.

xi.Best 36 entries, 12 in each category, shall be awarded a cash prize of Rs. 2500/- and a Certificate of Merit.

xii.Each participant will get an online Certificate of Participation.

xiii.Selection of best entries will be on the basis of originality of content and creative expression. Students may be contacted telephonically on the phone numbers provided by them to ascertain the originality of the entry submitted.

      xiv.Plagiarism check may be done and the entry will be liable to disqualification if found plagiarized at any point of time.

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