Sunday, June 5, 2011
Sitaram Jindal Foundation initiative for Indian - Great prizes do nominate
The Sitaram Jindal Foundation has decided to support to the person who is working against corruption in India. The foundation has launched the “Jindal Prize - Crusade Against Corruption” for the recognition of the exceptional service of individual or organization against the corruption and working for welfare of the citizen of the country.
The goal of the prize is to make the country India a corruption free country in world. The present scenario in country is that the every where we are experiences the corruption. But still few people working against and doing community welfare work for the poor people. The S J Foundation has decided to recognized such people and support them. The award will be given to ten people who are selected by the eminent jury. Each prize is of 10 lakhs Indian rupee.
You can nominate such proude personality through the nomination form. Please find nomination form on web http://www.jindalprize.org/corruption/index.htm
Five more Jindal Prizes of one crore each in five field
The foundation established in 1969, the Foundation is an apolitical, nonreligious and charitable trust, engaged in the field of education, health and social service with special emphasis on nature cure. The Foundation, besides extending financial support to other charitable institutions, has also directly set up several educational institutions and hospitals. The Foundation also assists the poor and deserving students through scholarships.
The Jindal Prize aims at promoting moral values, peace, harmony, health, education, patriotism, national integration and religious tolerance and at inspiring individuals to serve without motive of personal gain, social or political mileage.
It is expected that the recognition garnered by the Jindal Prize awardees will catalyze their efforts towards social upliftment.
There shall be five Prizes of Rs one crore each, to be conferred annually,
one for each of the following categories.
• The Jindal Prize for Rural Development & Poverty Alleviation
• The Jindal Prize for Health including drugless healing
• The Jindal Prize for Education with emphasis on moral upliftment
• The Jindal Prize for Science, Technology and Environment
•The Jindal Prize for Peace, Social Harmony and Development
The awardees shall be selected by the Jury of eminent and reputed persons of high integrity through a process independent of the working of the Foundation.
The last date of application for nomination is 30th June. Please visit http://www.jindalprize.org/home.htm for more and application