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Excitement Surrounds Rajasthan Mission 2030 Video Contest

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16 Sep 23
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Excitement Surrounds Rajasthan Mission 2030 Video Contest

 

UdaipurThe state of Rajasthan is gearing up for its ambitious "Rajasthan Mission 2030" campaign, aimed at making the state a leader in India's development by 2030. As part of this initiative, the "Developed 2030 Document" is being prepared, incorporating suggestions from the general public through videos. The Rajasthan Mission 2030 Video Contest commenced on September 6 and has generated considerable enthusiasm in Udaipur district.

The contest, running until September 20, invites citizens to submit video suggestions related to various aspects of development and the state's progress towards becoming a leading state by 2030. The Rajasthan government is actively encouraging public participation in this crucial initiative.

To encourage participation, the contest offers daily prizes of one lakh rupees for the first-place winner, 50,000 rupees for the second-place winner, and 25,000 rupees for the third-place winner. Additionally, 1000 rupees as motivation awards will be given daily.

Eligibility criteria for participation in the contest include:

- Participants must be registered under Aadhaar.
- Participants must have their own bank account registered under Aadhaar (consent for linking other bank accounts with Aadhaar if the participant doesn't have a personal account).
- Participants should agree to the use of uploaded video content or any part of it by the state government for promoting its schemes and other relevant purposes.

The video content should be based on the following themes:

- Demonstrating Rajasthan's journey of development.
- Offering suggestions related to the state government's efforts to make Rajasthan a leading state in India.
- Providing ideas for improving the state's development initiatives.
- Suggestions related to various sectors such as agriculture and horticulture development, cooperative loans, cooperative marketing and storage, livestock farming, dairy production, animal insurance, veterinary medicine, school education, higher and technical education, health and nutrition, food and civil supplies, women and child development, industrial development, basic infrastructure, energy, water, social security, rural development, urban development, and cleanliness, youth skills and employment, administrative reforms and service delivery, forest and environment, tourism development, heritage conservation, arts and literature preservation, handicraft development, science and technology.

The selection process involves screening of videos daily by a 15-member screening panel and a state-level selection committee comprising eminent subject specialists and journalism and communication university experts. The selected videos will be published on the contest's website by the department on a pre-determined schedule.

Winners will receive their award amounts via online transfer to their bank accounts on the same day the results are announced.


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