Conditions & Rules

 

Ø                        National Poetry Competition 2003.

Ø                        National Poetry Compitition Among School Children–2003.

Ø                        Monthly Poetry Compitition.

 

 National Poetry Competition 2003 

·          Competitors
o        The competition is open to poets and translators living anywhere in the world.
o        No competitor  may win more than one prize.
·         Adjudication and Prizes
o        The poems entered for the Competition  will be judged  by a panel of eminent poets.  Their decision will be final and the Poetry Society (India) will not enter into any correspondence about the results.
o        The first prize will be Rs. 10,000.
o        The second prize will be  Rs. 3,000. There will be two commendation prizes of Rs. 1000 each.
o        A list of prize winners will be published on the Website of the Poetry Society (India), i.e. http://indianpoems.com
·         Entry
o        All  entries for the Competition should be entered on the website http://indianpoems.com or sent through email on poems@indianpoems.com.
o        Each entry must be either a poem written in English by the competitor or his/her translation into English  (in verse) of a poem written by the competitor or by any poet in any of the recognized Indian languages.
o        Before submitting the entries the translator should have obtained permission from the authors of the poems for the use of their poems for the Competition.
o        Each poem must be the unaided work of the author or translator and it must not have been previously published or broadcast.
o        Competitors may submit as many entries as they wish provided  against each
·         Entry Fee
o        Poem entry fee of Rs. 75 is sent to the Poetry Society (India).
o        The Entry Fee must be paid by Demand Draft drawn on a bank in New Delhi in rupees and made payable to The Poetry Society (India). Payments send by outstation cheques, cash or money order will not be accepted. Without the entry fee the poem/poems will not be considered for the competition.
o        Entries will be judged without the panel of judges knowing the identity of  the competitors.
o        Receipt of the payment will not be acknowledged unless a separate self-addressed and stamped envelope marked RECEIPT 9NPC-2003) is enclosed with the entry.
o        Competitors who want to receive a list of prize-winners by post must enclose a separate self-addressed and stamped envelope marked.
·         PRIZE-WINNERS (NPC-2003).
o        The worldwide copyright of each prize-winning or shortlisted poem, and of any other poem selected by the judges for special commendation will remain with the Poetry Society (India) for a period of five years. The Poetry Society shall have the unrestricted right to present the poem on television, radio or the stage, or to publish it at any time up to five years after the announcement of the results.
o        All competitors shall be deemed to have read and accepted all the conditions of entry for the National Poetry Competition 2003.


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National Poetry Compitition Among school children-2003

·         Competitors
o        The competition is open to Indan school Children and Non-Resident Indian student studying in secondary and higher secondary schools.
o        No competitor  may win more than one prize.
·         Adjudication and Prizes
o        The poems entered for the Competition  will be judged  by a panel of  eminent poets. Their decision will be final and the Poetry Society (India) will not enter into any correspondence about the results.
o        The first prize will be Rs. 10,000. The second prize will be  Rs. 5,000.
o        There will be two commendation prizes of Rs. 2500 each.
o        A list of prize winners will be published on the Website of the Poetry  Society (India), i.e. http://indianpoems.com.
·         Entry
o        All  entries for the Competition should be entered on the website http://indianpoems.com or sent through email on mailto:poems@indianpoems.com
o        Each entry must be either a poem written in English by the competitor or his/her translation into English  (in verse) of a poem written by the competitor or by any poet in any of the recognized Indian languages.Before submitting the entries the translator should have obtained permission from the authors of the poems for the use of their poems for the Competition. Each poem must be the unaided work of the author or translator and it must not have been previously published or broadcast.
o        Competitors may submit as many entries as they wish provided  against each poem entry fee of Rs. 60 is sent to the Poetry Society (India). The Entry Fee must be paid by Demand Draft drawn on a bank in New Delhi in rupees and made payable to The Poetry Society (India). Payments send by outstation cheques, cash or money order will not be accepted. Without the entry fee the   poem/poems will not be considered for the competition.
o        Entries will be judged without the panel of judges knowing the identity of the competitors. Receipt of the payment will not be acknowledged unless a separate self-addressed and stamped envelope marked RECEIPT 9NPC-2003) is enclosed with the entry.
o        Entries submitted online will not be retained for use except the short-listed and prize-winning entries.
o        Competitors who want to receive a list of prize-winners by post must enclose a separate self-addressed and stamped envelope marked.
·        PRIZE-WINNERS (NPC-2003)
o       The worldwide copyright of each prize-winning or shortlisted poem, and of any other poem selected by the judges for special commendation will remain with the Poetry Society (India) for a period of five years. The Poetry Society shall have the unrestricted right to present the poem on television, radio or the stage, or to publish it at any time up to five years after the announcement of the results. All competitors shall be deemed to have read and accepted all the conditions of entry for the National Poetry Competition Among School children 2003.

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Monthly Poetry Compitition

·         Competitors

o       The competition is open to poets and translators living anywhere in the world.
o        No competitor  may win more than one prize.

·         Adjudication and Prizes
o        The poems entered for the Competition  will be judged  by a panel of eminent poets.  Their decision will be final and the Poetry Society (India) will not enter into any correspondence about the results.
o        The prize winner will be get a sum of  Rs. 2500.
o        Prize winners POEM WILL BE will be published on the Poetry of the month in  Website of the Poetry Society (India), i.e. http://indianpoems.com

·         Entry

o        All  entries for the Competition should be entered on the website http://indianpoems.com or sent through email on poems@indianpoems.com.
o        Each entry must be either a poem written in English by the competitor or his/her translation into English  (in verse) of a poem written by the competitor or by any poet in any of the recognized Indian languages.
o        Before submitting the entries the translator should have obtained permission from the authors of the poems for the use of their poems for the Competition.
o        Each poem must be the unaided work of the author or translator and it must not have been previously published or broadcast.
o        Competitors may submit as many entries as they wish provided  against each poem entry fee of Rs. 50 is sent to the Poetry Society (India).
o        The Entry Fee must be paid by Demand Draft drawn on a bank in New Delhi in rupees and made payable to The Poetry Society (India). Payments send by outstation cheques, cash or money order will not be accepted. Without the entry fee the oem/poems will not be considered for the competition Entries will be judged without the panel of judges knowing the identity of the competitors.
o       Receipt of the payment will not be acknowledged unless a separate self-addressed and stamped envelope marked RECEIPT 9NPC-2003) is enclosed with the entry.
o       Entries submitted online will not be retained for use except the short-listed and prize-winning entries.

 
·         PRIZE-WINNER (NPC-2003).
o        The worldwide copyright of each prize-winning or shortlisted poem, and of any other poem selected by the judges for special commendation will remain with the Poetry Society (India) for a period of five years. The Poetry Society shall have the unrestricted right to present the poem on television, radio or the stage, or to publish it at any time up to five years after the announcement of the results.
o        All competitors shall be deemed to have read and accepted all the conditions of entry for the Monthly Poetry Competition 2003.

 

 

any of the recognised Indian languages.
o        Before submitting the entries the translator should have obtained permission from the authors of the poems for the use of their poems for the Competition.
o        Each poem must be the unaided work of the author or translator and it must not have been previously published or broadcast.
o        Competitors may submit as many entries as they wish provided  against each poem the entry fee of Rs. 50 is sent to the Poetry Society (India).
o        The Entry Fee must be paid by Demand Draft drawn on a bank in New Delhi in rupees and made payable to The Poetry Society (India). Payments sent by outstation cheques, cash or money order will not be accepted. Without the entry fee the poem/poems will not be considered for the competition. Entries will be judged without the panel of judges knowing the identity of the competitors.
o       Receipt of the payment will not be acknowledged unless a separate self-addressed and stamped envelope marked RECEIPT (NPC-2003) is enclosed with the entry.
o       Entries submitted online will not be retained for use except the shortlisted and prize-winning entries.

 
·         PRIZE-WINNERS (NPC-2003)
o        The worldwide copyright of each prize-winning or shortlisted poem, and of any other poem selected by the judges for special commendation will remain with the Poetry Society (India) for a period of five years. The Poetry Society shall have the unrestricted right to present the poem on television, radio or the stage, or to publish it at any time up to five years after the announcement of the results.
o        All competitors shall be deemed to have read and accepted all the conditions of entry for the Monthly Poetry Competition 2003.