Up to date: Mar 31, 2021 18:39 IST
New Delhi [India], March 31 (ANI): The Ministry of AYUSH (MoA) has invited applications for the nomination process of the Prime Minister’s Yoga Awards (PMYA) ranging from Wednesday. The final date for the submission of the entries is April 30.
In keeping with MoA, as a result of COVID-19 pandemic, the applications for the award weren’t invited in 2020. Nevertheless, like in earlier years, the Ministry of AYUSH will likely be felicitating the achievers and unsung heroes and establishments of the area of Yoga, from completely different components of the nation and internationally with PMYA.
The choice course of is a well-defined course of for which two committees are constituted by the Ministry of AYUSH, specifically the Screening Committee and the Analysis Committee (Jury), which is able to determine the choice and analysis standards for finalising the recipients of the awards.
The candidates/nominees for these awards ought to have a wealthy expertise in Yoga, mentioned the ministry.
The ministry additional acknowledged that an application, full in all respects, might be made by the applicant instantly, or they could be nominated by a outstanding particular person or organisation working within the area of Yoga, for consideration underneath this award course of.
Aan applicant can nominate/might be nominated for just one award class, that’s both the Nationwide Award or the Worldwide Award, in a selected 12 months.
The award will likely be hosted on the ‘My Gov’ platform and consists of two Nationwide classes for the entities of Indian origin, and two Worldwide classes for the entities of Indian or international origin.
The winners will likely be felicitated by the technique of a trophy, certificates, and a money award of Rs 25 lakh, which will likely be introduced on the Worldwide Day of Yoga on June 21, 2021, including that within the case of joint winners, the awards can be divided amongst them.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the second Worldwide Day of Yoga (IDY) 2016, had introduced two classes of Yoga awards – one being Worldwide and the opposite being Nationwide – to be introduced on the event of the Worldwide Day of Yoga (IDY).
The aim of the awards is to recognise and felicitate those that have made a major influence on society, for a sustained interval, by the way in which of promotion and improvement of Yoga. (ANI)