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Bus Day – Cash Award for Poster & Slogan Competition

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                                                              BMTC/CO/TR/OPN/        /2011-2012                          Dated: 08.08.2011

Sub: Bus Day – Cash Award for Poster & Slogan Competition


            Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation has been conducting Bus Day on the 4th of every month, providing publicity through different media. Bus Day is an initiative to promote public transport in the city of Bangalore. A short write up of Bus Day is contained Enclosure 1   

            BMTC is now inviting innovative posters (inclusive of slogans) for Bus Day publicity carrying a prize of Rs 15,000/- for the best poster design. Bus day posters should incorporate the blue & red wheel-logo (either Kannada or English) and BMTC Logo contained in Enclosure 1. The softcopy of the logo can be downloaded from the scroll found on the homepage of the website:

            The last date for submission of posters with slogans is on the 3rd, September, 2011 by 5 PM. The posters should be optimized for A3 viewing and emailed in pdf format to with a copy marked to Entries should be submitted with the name, phone number and address of the participant.  

For any queries kindly contact 1800-425-1663.

It is requested to publish the above in your esteemed newspaper.

Thanking you,

Yours Faithfully,

Managing Director, BMTC

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kbsyed61's picture

Reminder from BMTC!

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Received an email from BMTC with a reminder that the competition closes on Sep 3.

Not seen any interest so far?

Busy with anti-corruption wave? Let us send atlaest one entry from Praja.

murali772's picture

firstly, set your house in order

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BMTC fares went up a month ago, and hikes in petrol/diesel prices were cited as the reason. The story is more complicated than that. The real reasons are the three C-s -- ‘Collection' , Corruption among staff, and Complete apathy towards commuters' convenience or rights.

For the text of the full article by Shakuntala Narasimhan in the Citizen Matters, click here.

With what level of sincerity can anyone recommend BMTC, when such is the state of affairs. I can see no option other than this

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