RULES & REGULATIONS
• Non Medical & Paramedical Individuals are welcome to participate in this contest.
• The competition is open to all individuals aged over 15 years.
- Posters must be originals. All graphic techniques are allowed.
- Posters may be black & white or colored.
- Each entry should include a covering letter with the participants
full name, postal address, contact no. and E-Mail ID.
- Number of entries per contestant is ONE
- Poster sent by Speed post to have the Name and address of the Participants on the back-side of each Poster.
- The organizer (INSTITUTE OF LIVER AND BILIARY SCIENCES) cannot be held responsible for lost or damaged Poster during the shipment.
- Posters should not be awarded at other festivals.
- Posters must not be older than one year.
- The Prizes will be taxed according to Indian legislation.
- The Organiser/ILBS shall not be responsible for failure of a winner to receive the Prize for reasons that are not related to the Organiser/ ILBS
Deadline for submission of Poster was 20 November 2019
“Poster Submission Date has been extended till 21 December 2019”
or by Post
Postal Address: NATIONAL POSTER CONTEST
c/o Mrs. SEEMA DUBEY
“AUJAS RESOURCE CENTRE”
INSTITUTE OF LIVER AND BILIARY SCIENCES
D-1, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi-110070,(India)
Phone: Ph. : 011-46300000 Extension: 14034,15045,15021,22072
For more detailed information please visit web site https://www.ilbs.in/?page=content&itemid=530
• The content, thoughts and views expressed in the creativity will be sole responsibility of the participants. The ILBS will not be held responsible for any content, views expressed by the participants in the creatives / illustrations developed.
• By entering the contest, each entrant agrees to abide by these rules.
“There is No Entry Fee for this contest participation”
• Property rights – Prize-winning works will become the property of the organizer (ILBS) or theme sponsor.
• By entering the competition, the participants represent and warrants that the work is an original work of the himself and does not infringe on the rights of any third parties.
• All selected works for exhibition may be used by the organizers to promote the contest.
• Awarded works remain the property of the organizer
• Decisions made by the jury cannot be challenged.
• No correspondence with the jury will be allowed on their decisions.
• First Prize – 25000/- INR
• Second Prize – 15000/- INR
• Third Prize – 10000/- INR
• Certificates of Appreciation for all the participants of this contest.
EXHIBITION AND AWARD CEREMONY
• the results of the competition will be announced around One weeks after the last date
About The Theme:
“Safe and Effective Medication for All”
Modern medicines have changed the way in which diseases are managed and controlled. However, despite all their benefits, evidence continues to mount that adverse reactions to medicines are a common, yet often preventable, cause of illness, disability and even death. In some countries, Adverse Drug Reactions (ADRs) ranks among the top 10 leading causes of mortality. Aside from the intrinsic dangers associated with the products them-selves, individual patients may exhibit particular and unpredictable sensitivities to certain medicines. In addition, if more than one medicine is prescribed, there is always a risk of negative interactions.
Therefore understanding the need of the hour ILBS is more concern about patient & medication safety” and Launched a campaign called AUJAS “ Aushadhi Jagruk Samaj”
The aims of Campaign are to enhance patient care and patient safety in relation to the use of medicines; and to support public health programmes by providing reliable, balanced information for the effective assessment of the risk-benefit profile of medicines with Support of Pharmacovigilance programme of India.
Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences is Organising First NATIONAL POSTER CONTEST on Medication Safety Awareness under “AUJAS CAMPAIGN”
We identified the main topic of the contest as “Safe and Effective Medication for All”
This is a Call to creative people to highlight the attention the “Medication Safety Awareness” deserves.