CBSE Expression Series on “Education for Future Development”



On the eve of Pandit Madan Mohan Malviya’s birthday on 25th December 2014, it is the time to acknowledge his contribution to the academic development of our country. CBSE announces an Expression Series on ‘Education for Future Development’ on 24th December 2014.

Given below are the details of the series:

• Participation is voluntary. Interested students of interested schools affiliated to CBSE may participate.

• Age appropriate topics will be provided on CBSE academic website ( on

23rd December 2014.

• Open for the three categories: i) classes I-V ii) classes VI-VIII iii) classes IX-XII.

• Entries in the form of essays /poems/ anecdotes in 22 scheduled languages and English may be submitted on 24th December 2014 (from 9.00am to 5.00pm).

• Modes of submission: i) Links to be made available on 24th December 2014 on ii) through Mobile Phone (see Annexure I).

• The format required for submission of entries through Mobile Phones is given as Annexure -1A.

• Schools may be closed on the eve of Christmas holiday or for winter vacations, thus willing students may submit their entries from home either using online mode or through Mobile Phone.

• 36 best entries in each category will be rewarded with a cash prize of Rs.2000/-and a Certificate of Merit only after plagiarism check and interaction on the phone.

• All participants with valid email IDs will be given online participation certificates.
In case of any query, you may contact Joint Director at 011-23215130 or at 011-23212603/ 23234324/ 23220154.

Looking forward to your active participation!


Process flow for Submission using Mobile Phones All participants willing to participate may refer to following instructions:
Participants may submit entries as essays/poems/anecdotes
Download the Registration cum Response Sheet given as Anneuxre-1A and fill in all the fields given in the form. Write your name and complete school address before you start writing
1. Entries sent through email may not be entertained.

2. Entries sent through the number other than the one prescribed for the class category will be summarily rejected.

3. Entries should not exceed 5MB.

4. The entries should not exceed the word limit as mentioned.

5. The entries/ writings must be original.

6. Entries need to be given as per format provided in Annexure-1A, else they may not be considered.

7. Plagiarism, if detected at any point of time, will lead to withdrawal of the prize.

8. Students can refer to as many resources as they can avail, however the entries submitted must be in their own language.

9. The decision of panel of experts will be final for the selection of best entries and no further communication will be entertained on the selected entries.

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