Gandhi Smriti and Darshan Samiti (GSDS) is organizing an e-Greetings design competition on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti, October 2, 2016 being celebrated as the International Day of Nonviolence.
It is a day to reflect upon the nonviolent actions of Mahatma Gandhi who made the world realize the power of nonviolence. He had said true nonviolence is mightier than the mightiest violence.
In the e-Greetings design competition, the top designer will be given Gandhian literature and an amount of Rs. 10000, the designer with number two position will be given Rs. 7500, and the individual with the third position will get Rs. 5000.
Submissions should be in the portrait layout with the size 10 x 12 cm. Entries should be original. Last date of submission is 26th September, 2016. You can know more about the contest at the MyGov website.
Gandhi Smriti and Darshan Samiti (GSDS) was formed in September 1984 by the merger of Gandhi Darshan at Rajghat and Gandhi Smriti, at 5, Tees January Marg, as an autonomous body.
It is functioning under the advice and financial support from the Ministry of Culture, Government of India.
The Prime Minister of India is its Chairperson and it has a nominated body of senior Gandhians and representatives of various government departments to guide it in its activities.
The basic objective of the Samiti is to propagate the life, mission and thought of Mahatma Gandhi through various socio-educational and cultural programmes.