Rahul Bose has been picked up as the brand ambassador of 'Design for Change', the world's largest school competition.
By BollywoodMDB Team - July 23, 2014
Bollywood actor Rahul Bose, who is known for his off-beat roles in the film, has been picked up as the brand ambassador of "Design for Change", the world's largest school competition launched six years ago by its founder Kiran Bir Sethi in Ahmedabad, reportedly.
"Design for Change" is an award-winning global movement led by kids and their stories welcome change, as stated by Rahul's written statement. More than 3000 schools could enable their students to bring a positive change in the environment and the noble cause contained participation from over 30 nations. 10,000 plus stories were collected on 16 different issues. "DFC uses Design Thinking through Feel, Imagine, Do and Share, to help children find answers ... from stopping child marriages, cleaning neighbourhoods, preserving cultural heritage, they are proving what it takes to be able to design a future that is desired." The founder Sethi revealed that the most gripping tales by kids will feature on www.satyamevjayate.in. Around 80 winning schools will receive gif hampers by Amar Chitra Katha. And the top 20 winning schools will be awarded by Disney India Centres.
The tales have to be in the form of reports and will have to be submitted by October 2. August 15 is the last date of submission of entries and November 14 will the announcement of prizes. The annual book I CAN will publish the best stories.
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