Category Archives: Competitions

Nepal’s youth kickstart green enterprising solutions

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On 20 November 2016, top twelve green ideas competed against each other at the final award gala of the Greenovation Startup Challenge. Four outstanding green business ideas namely Ground Apple, Tyre Treasure, Sishnu, Chepang Ra Paryatan and Wood Gas Stove were awarded with a seed amount of Rs 150,000 each to start their ventures. WWF […]


Go Wild For Life

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“If a picture can speak a thousand words, imagine what 20 pictures can do!”   On World Environment Day, WWF Nepal’s The Generation Green organized an Intercollege PechaKucha Competition. The competition sought participation from various colleges from Kathmandu creating awareness among youth about pressing environmental issues. Date: 5 June Time: 3:00pm – 5:00pm Venue: Moksh, Jhamsikhel Congratulations to […]


TGG Idea Challenge 2016

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Date: 22 April 2016 Venue: Kathmandu, Nepal On the occasion of Earth Day 2016, an event was organized to award the top 50 Idea Challenge winners and announce the winners of the Imagine Cup. Total of 40 teams competed in three categories- World Citizenship, Innovation and Games. The winning teams of Imagine Cup will go […]


The Generation Green Idea Challenge 2016

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Date: March 2016 Venue: Kathmandu, Nepal Welcoming Nepali Ideas! The Generation Green (TGG) campaign and the Microsoft Innovation Centre (MIC) Nepal have come together for the first time in a pursuit to find great ideas in the context of environment, sustainable living and biodiversity conservation. The categories are climate change, forests, food, freshwater and wildlife. […]


GLOBAL TIGER DAY – Creative Slogan Challenge!

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Send us your photo with an inspiring slogan on what you think will help tigers roar forward stronger. Deadline: 25th July, 2015 The winning story will receive Chitwan Jungle Safari (for two people) Photos with an inspiring should be emailed to: tiger.thegenerationgreen@gmail.com Terms & Conditions: 1. Applicants should be TGG members. If you are not […]


GLOBAL TIGER DAY – Art Competition

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Creative Canvas Painting Challenge ‘Stripes and Strokes’, with a mesmerizing theme for creative art challenge, canvas painting was organized in sixteen different colleges of Kathmandu valley. ‘Universal College’ Maitidevi, Kathmandu won the title for its fine painting and the ability to express being based on the given theme. As judges there was Mr. Anil Pradhan, […]


GLOBAL TIGER DAY – Creative Writing Compitetion 2015

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  “The forests echoed with the roar of the tiger…” Using this sentence at the beginning, middle or end, tell us your story of the tiger.   Terms & Conditions: 1. Applicants should be TGG members. If you are not yet a member, you can register for free at http://tgg.org.np/membership-form/ 2. Stories must be original […]


GLOBAL TIGER DAY – List of College for Debate and Art Competition

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  ART Challenge Name List S.N. Colleges 1 Thames College 2 Ambition college 3 School of geometrics 4 National college 5 Trinity International College 6 Orient college 7 NASA- Sudarshan 8 St. Xaviers 9 Chelsea 10 Jaya Multiple 11 Kings College – Manish 12 Canvas – Manish 13 British college 14 Golden Gate College 15 […]


The Earth Hour Nepal’s Selfie Contest

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Pledge for Saving the planet with us. 1. Take your selfie 2. Upload it in our app: For Mobile Users: http://goo.gl/wrM5Vd For Desktop / Laptop Users: http://on.fb.me/1DEi1Kb 3. Write your pledge with a caption which includes “A personal environmental action (not exceeding 15 words) you will take to help save the planet.” We will be […]


Poem Competition

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Date: 16 February, 2015 Venue: Kathmandu, Nepal Congratulations to the Winners of the Valley wide Poem Competition on Biodiversity Conservation! First – Sandesh Lamichhane (Kathmandu Foresty College) Second – Smita Shrestha (Ambition Academy) Third – AshmaAryal (Uxbridge Int. College) Consolation – Pawani Khadka (Liverpool Int. College), AayamPhuyal (SainikMahaVidyalaya) and Arpan Rimal (Morgan College).   Invalid […]