Toyota Dream Car Art Contest -2019

Toyota Lanka announces the drawing competition 2019 for school children. This art drawing competition winner will travel to Japan with their parents.

The competitions drawings will accepted till 31st January 2019.

  • The drawings must be produced In A3 {297mm x 420mm) paper size.
  • Applications and competition details are available from dreamcar.lk your school or any People’s Bank Branch
  • The entries can be sent by post or handed over to any Toyota Lanka Branch or People’s Bank Branch before 31st of January 20i9

For more details about the Dream Car Art Contest  contact 0777 939 000 | 0112 944 750 or see below ad image

Toyota Dream Car Art Contest -2019

Europen Union Women Day Poster competitions – Submits before 30th April 2015

On the occasion of International Women’s Day (8 March) we invite amateur and professional artists to participate in a poster competition.

Submit your posters on one of following themes:

  1. Women in public life
  2. Women’s economic empowerment
  3. Stop gender based violence
  4. The role of women in reconciliation

This competition is open to artists between the two age groups: youth below 18 years and adults 19 years and above residing in Sri Lanka and the Maldives.

All entries should be received by 30 April 2015

For more information visit: www.facebook.com/EUDel.Srilanka.Maldives

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Europen Union Women Day Poster competitions – Submits before 30th April 2015
Europen Union Women Day Poster competitions – Submits before 30th April 2015

Competition on Innovative Low Cost Methods Techniques for Rain Water Storage – Application Closing date for 31st May 2014

Introduction

In some parts of the country, availability and quality of drinking water is reducing at an unprecedented pace due to various factors. Most of these areas are also stricken by poverty causing people more vulnerable. Although many other drinking water options are available, year round availability and quality is a question.

Therefore, Rain Water Harvesting can be a good option to supply safe drinking water for households throughout the year.

 

The Competition

The problem is how poor can afford to have their own rainwater harvesting system as the initial cost of present rain water harvesting systems (Material & Labour) has become high.

Can you think of a design to help the society to resolve this problem?

Do you have ideas of rainwater harvesting methods I techniques? The Lanka Rain Water Harvesting Forum is organizing a design competition on concept stage works by individual designers and/or institutes. It is very important that the submitted design proposal should be feasible to realize using today’s technology. Lanka Rainwater Harvesting Forum, the leading organization promoting rainwater harvesting in Sri Lanka look for your support to invent an innovative method for the storage of rainwater for household use, especially for the drinking purposes.

 

Objective

To develop a low cost Rain Water Harvesting Tank, affordable and adaptable by the poor communities.

 

Award

The competition will be conducted in two stages. At first stage, four concepts will be selected and a prize of Rs. 25,000.00 and a certificate will be awarded for each concept. At the second stage, the selected four concepts will be field tested and for the best selected model, a prize of Rs.75,000.00 will be awarded

 

Applications & Further Information

Application forms and further details of the competition can be obtained from the Lanka Rain Water Harvesting Forum website http://www.lankarainwater.org or contacting us at the address given below. Your concepts should be handed over to us before 31st May 2014.

Address: “Rain Center”,

No. 41/12, New Parliament Road,

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Competition on Innovative Low Cost Methods Techniques for Rain Water Storage – Application Closing date for 31st May 2014
Competition on Innovative Low Cost Methods Techniques for Rain Water Storage – Application Closing date for 31st May 2014