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SPWS in association with APPNA brings you the 'Beat hepatitis C, treat hepatitis C' Poster competition.All students of KEMU, belonging to MBBS, BDS, Vision sciences, physiotherapy and allied health sciences are invited to participate in it with their brilliant ideas.
1.Water colors, oil pastels, poster colours and crayons are acceptable.
2. Make posters on chart paper or cardboard. Scholar paper will be prefered(available in 22 by 15 inches).
2)Use of material such as glaze paper, kite paper or other material on top of it is allowed.
3)Size should not be more than that of a standard chart paper(approx 22 by 28 inches).
4)It should be handmade. No digital posters, printed material or poster/picture frm internet will be accepted.
5)Caption is compulsory,Uniqueness n relevance of the caption will be rewarded.
6) 1 poster can only be submitted against a single name only. No teams are allowed. However, 1 participant can submit more than 1 posters.
7) Posters should depict some aspect of hepatitis C (lyk precautions,causes,outcome,etc...)
8. The poster should be catchy and understandable to general community. Language and any material on poster should be simple.
Place of submission: spws office room no 19 opd mayo hospital.
Last date of Submission: 29th april till 1 pm. No poster shall be accepted after that.
Shields will be awarded to the first 3 position holders,Certificates for 1st 10 positions.
Further info, logon to:
spws group, kemunited n yahoo group.


  1. no membership required so everyone should participate. :)

  2. Cool I like this pot very much.....

    SMith Alan


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