CreativityChallenge
  • Creativity Challenge

    FSSAI has the mandate to provide safe and wholesome food. As part of celebrations of 150th year of Mahatma Gandhi's birth anniversary, led by FSSAI, MoHFW, a nation-wide event to unleash creative talent of our young people to engage, excite and enable them to inculcate healthy dietary habits is envisaged.

  • Categories For The Competition

    ►  On-the spot poster making competition for school going children
    ►  Wall-Art by schools
    ►  Open Category

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  • Themes For The Competition

    All posters and creative work are around the five broad thematic areas to ensure health and well being of people.

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Themes
  • Gandhiji Thoughts
  • No food waste.
  • Aaj Se Thoda Kam
  • Eat safe food
  • Eat fortified food
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Rewards
  • Reward for school
  • Reward for student
  • Reward for Individual

Wall art Competition: For Schools

Digital Creative Competition: For Individual

Highlights

15th November 2018 Eat Right Awards & Creativity Challenge Announced read more >


22nd November 2018 Activity Book for Creativity Challenge read more >

Gallery
  • School level selected posters
  • City level selected posters
  • Individual art
  • National level selected posters

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Eat Right Creativity Challenge

'Eat Right India' movement aims to ensure health and well-being of people by promoting safe food and healthy diets through coordinated multi-sectoral approach. Given that food habits are formed early in life and difficult to change thereafter; focus of Eat Right India is on young people. Therefore, school is an obvious place where healthy eating habits can be inculcated. Food can even be used as an effective pedagogical tool. Young people are agents of change and their influence on their entire family could be leveraged to change the way people eat. In this context, the FSSAI had in September, 2017 launched the SNF (Safe and Nutritious Food) @School initiative. Over 2700 schools are currently registered under this initiative. Such schools have trained and certified health and wellness coordinators to promote healthier eating habits amongst school children.

In the above backdrop and as a part of celebrations of 150th year of Mahatma Gandhias birthday, a National Poster Competition is planned. Through this poster competition, we would unleash creative talent of our young people and engage, excite and enable them to inculcate healthy dietary habits aligned with Gandhiji thoughts on food and nutrition that are now recognised to be based on robust science of nutrition. This would also help to give a boost to the on-going SNF@School initiative and help many more schools to have a long-term engagement with schools across the country.

Step by Step Guide to participate in EatRight - Creativity Challenge


Our Partners

Department of School Education and Literacy (MHRD), CBSE, ICSE, NCERT,Food Safety Commissioners in the States / UTs,Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan (KVS), Navodaya Vidyalaya Sangathan (NVS),Universities and colleges,Health Set Go, Save the Children, Voluntary Health Foundation of India (VHAI), Swashrit, Ashoka, Bharti, Macmillan, FRAC