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Last date for the Pradhan Mantri Rashtriya Bal Puraskar extended to 31st August, 2023

Newdelhi:10/7/23:Ministry of WCD has extended the last date for the Pradhan Mantri Rashtriya Bal Puraskar from 31st July, 2023 to 31st August, 2023.

It is for information of General Public that the applications for the PRADHAN MANTRI RASHTRIYA BAL PURASKAR (PMRBP), 2024 are now started on National Awards Portal https://awards.gov.in). The awards are given in the fields of Bravery, Sports, Social Service, Science & Technology, Environment, Arts & Culture and Innovation, which deserve recognition at the national level.

Any child, who is an Indian Citizen and residing in India, and not exceeding 18 years (as on the last date of receipt of application/nomination) may apply for the award. Any other person may also nominate deserving child for the award. The applications for the PMRBP will be received only on the online portal https://awards.gov.in, designed for this purpose.

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