UNESCO invites nomination for the Sultan Qaboos Prize for Environmental Conservation from the Indian Government
GG News Bureau
New Delhi , 13th June. Audrey Azoulay Director-General of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has invited nomination for the UNESCO Sultan Qaboos Prize for Environmental Conservation from the government of India through a letter written to the government of India. The prize is Financed by the Government of Oman and this award is intended to honour individuals, group, institutes or organizations that have made contributions to environmental conservation
This year marks the 30th anniversary of the Prize and is also an opportunity to honour the dedication of its founder, His Majesty the late Sultan Qaboos Bin Said al Said of Oman, who passed away last year.
Presented every two years, thé prize consists of a certificate and a financial award of US$100,000 from a donation graciously made by thé Government of Oman.
The winner(s) is (are) selected based on the recommendations of the Jury of thé prize
Each nomination must be accompanied by a written recommendation and may be submitted either in English or in French. Female nominations are strongly encouraged.
The nominations should be forwarded to the Indian National Commission for Cooperation with UNESCO (INCCU) latest by 30th June 2021 to Saroj Kumar Choudhary Under Secretary to the Government of India Ministry of Education Department of Higher Education at the address Room No. 203-A ‘C’ Wing Dr Rajendra Prasad Road Shastri Bhavan, New Delhi -110001 Contact No.: +91-011-2338 4442 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org for further consideration and onward transmission to UNESCO Headquarters, Paris, France.