NEW DELHI: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will conduct the second edition of Ganga Quest rom April 22 to May 22, 2020.

The opening day of the second edition is coinciding with the World Earth Day while the concluding day is happening to be on World Biodiversity Day.

The National Mission for Clean Ganga, Ministry of Jal Shakti is implementing various projects for the rejuvenation of river Ganga and its tributaries under the flagship programme ‘Namami Gange’. NMCG in association with Tree Craze Foundation organises Ganga Quest – an online National Quiz on Ganga with the aim to increase the public participation for ‘Namami Gange’ programme and to enhance ownership of children and youth for rivers and Ganga.

Ganga Quest 2020: Important Dates

Opening DayApril 22, 2020World Earth Day
Closing DayMay 22, 2020World Biodiversity Day
Announcement of winnerJune 5, 2020World Environment Day

Here’s the direct link to apply online

How to Register for Ganga Quest 2020 (Second Edition)

The participants have to register online on the website

Ganga Quest 2020: Rules

* Anyone of age 10 years or above is eligible to participate in the quiz.

* Participants willing to participate in Ganga Quest should register in the website with a valid ID, such as Aadhar Card. However, if Aadhar Card is not available, participant can enter any other valid ID details. Valid ID includes passport, birth certificate, and school ID.

* Mass registration is available for schools.

* Students from school should mention the correct details of their schools. If the details of the schools are found incorrect, then they may get disqualified as the verification process will not be complete.

* Since the quiz is online, participants must ensure accessibility to computer and Internet connectivity with a minimum speed of 512 Kbps.

Ganga Quest 2020: Awards

* The winners will be awarded with exciting prizes and the schools with maximum participation will also be duly recognized.

The complete guidelines are available on the website

All schools are encouraged to motivate their 10 year and above eligible students to participate in the quiz.

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