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All India 4th Korea - India Friendship Essay Competition 2016
His Excellence Hyun CHO congratulated the winners and said “Writing is a different pleasure, you can refer to the expressions and the artistry”. He added thousands of students were exposed towards the historic relation between India and Korea, their traditions, cuisine and to much more through this essay competition. India and Korea both the countries have many similarities, both are passionate about growth and success.
Kim Kum Pyong – Director, Korean Cultural Centre India gave his warm wishes to all the winning students and said that, this kind of competition increases the morale of students. Talking on the historical relationship he added that Buddhism in Korea came from the India. Korea’s Culture, Sports even writing skills is also influenced by the India. Korean metal printing is also inspired from Buddhism.
Narayan Dutt Bahuguna from Doon International School, Dehradun grabbed the 1st place, second was won by two students Anoushka Gogoi of Army Public School, Assam and Kaushambi Vats from Mata Jai Kaur Public School, Delhi. Competition was categorized for Junior (Class 7 -9) and senior (class 10-12). The theme for junior was 'Historical Connections between India and Korea’ and for the senior ‘My favorite place in Korea’.
This huge participation from PAN India was thrilling. It landed the judges in trouble as going through so many essays and selecting the best out of it was not an easy task for them too. Major participation was from Uttar Pradesh, Gujrat, Haryana, Maharashtra and Delhi with other participation from each States and Union Territory too.
4543 students participated from Uttar Pradesh, 1827 from Gujrat, 1343 from Maharashtra, 1026 from Delhi, 498 from Haryana and rest from other parts of India. 7497 students wrote on ‘Historical Connection between India and Korean’ and 3498 wrote on ‘My Favorite place in Korea’.
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Participation in the India-Korea Friendship Essay Writing Competition is free of cost. The participants are required to submit a 300 words essay in English. The link to download the format of the essay is given below. The candidates need to download the format of the essay by following the link.
Download the Format of Essay - Click Here
Essay Submission Guidelines
- The Essay is to be written on any of the given topics:
- Junior Group: "What I like about South Korea?"
- Senior Group: "Why I want to visit South Korea?"
- The essay should be written in English Language only.
The essay may be hand-written, typed or printed out.
It should be of 150-300 words for Junior Group and it should be between 300-500 words in the case of the senior group.
No review request would be entertained.
Each Entry should include the following details:
- Full Name of the student
- Name of the School
- Postal Address of the student
- Contact Number
- E-mail address
Submission of the Essay
The Essay must be written by following the above guidelines and submitted. The applicants should pay attention while writing the essay and the essay should be on the topic chosen by the applicants. The completed essay will be submitted in the following two ways.
The written essay should be submitted by post as well as to the email id on or before the due date i.e 8 August 2017 (12:00 midnight). The details of the both is given below
Address: Korean Cultural Centre,
25 -A, Ring Road, Lajpat Nagar 4,