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Name and mascot design contest

USNMix Report: This work can be done for Bullet trains till March 25,
anyone can win one or more  lakh rupees reward.

If your mind is also going to do something creative that earns you income then there is a golden opportunity for you. After running Vande Bharat Express in the country, Modi Government is working fast on the bullet train. But the government wants to give it a different name and identity just like the 'Vande Bharat Express'. If you are ready to give a new name to the bullet train then you can take part in the competition organized by National High Speed Rail Corporation (NHSRCL).

First bullet train to run between Mumbai and Ahmedabad
A competition is being organized by NHSRCL for the first bullet train from Mumbai to Ahmedabad. In this you will have to name the bullet train and design a mascot. The winner will receive a cash prize of Rs. 1 lakh from the Government. If you also want to participate in this competition, you can apply till March 25.

Name and mascot designing contest for Mumbai & Ahmedabad Speed Train

1 lakh prize for Mascot Design
The information given on behalf of the NHSRCL about the competition should be a well-designed character, which can increase the value system of NHSRCL and convey the message to the people. The winner of the Mascot Design Competition will receive a cash prize of Rs. 1 lakh from the government.

Besides this, 5 consolation prizes will be given in this competition. For each consolation prize, the amount of Rs. 10,000 is fixed. At the same time the winner of the train's name will receive a cash prize of Rs. 50 thousand. Apart from this, five consolation prizes of 5-5 thousand rupees will be given in this competition.


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