Indian honour System

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it is tells about Indian honour system.that is ,awards given by indian government.Leadership Awards
Literature Awards
Civilian Awards
Patriotic Awards
Particular Awards

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Indian honour System

  1. 1. INDIAN HONOURS SYSTEM
  2. 2. Contents  Leadership Awards  Literature Awards  Civilian Awards  Patriotic Awards  Particular Awards
  3. 3. Leadership Awards
  4. 4. Gandhi Peace Prize  Awarded annually  Tribute to ideas espoused by Gandhi  125th birth anniversary of Mohandas Gandhi  Individuals/institutions  social  economic  political transformation  Open to all
  5. 5. Gandhi Peace Prize  10 years of work  10 million  a plaque  a citation
  6. 6. Gandhi Peace Prize Gandhi Peace Prize Award Information Category International First awarded 1995 Total awarded 12 Awarded by Government of India Cash award 10 million First awardee(s) Julius Nyerere
  7. 7. Gandhi Peace Prize JURY:  Prime Minister  Opposition leader  Chief Justice  Two other eminent persons
  8. 8. Indira Gandhi Prize annually  individuals or organizations  creative efforts toward promoting :  international peace  development  new international economic order 
  9. 9. Indira Gandhi Prize Indira Gandhi Prize Award Information Category International First awarded 1986 Total awarded 27 Awarded by Government of India Cash award 25 lakhs First awardee(s) Parliamentarians for Global Action
  10. 10. Indira Gandhi Prize Panel:  Constituted by Indira Gandhi Memorial Trust  prominent national and international personalities  previous recipients
  11. 11. Literature
  12. 12. Sahitya Akademi Award
  13. 13. Sahitya Akademi Award a literary honour  Awarded by Sahitya Akademi  India's National Academy of Literature  Must not be a translation  Rs.100,000
  14. 14. Sahitya Akademi Award Award Information Category Literature (Individual) Description Literary award in India Instituted 1954 First awarded 1955 Last awarded 2014 Awarded by Sahitya Akademi, Government of India
  15. 15. Other literature awards  Sahitya Akademi Fellowships  Bhasha Samman  Translation Awards  Anand Coomarswamy Fellowships  Premchand Fellowships  Jnanpith Award
  16. 16. CIVILIAN AWARDS Civilian Awards are a souvenir of honour which is awarded to the common people for showing acts of bravery .
  17. 17. CATEGORIES OF CIVILIAN AWARDS  Bharat Ratna  Padma Awards    Padma Vibhushan Padma Bhushan Padma Shri
  18. 18. BHARATH RATNA  Bharat Ratna is the premier civilian award, to serve the nation.  The various fields are scientific achievements literary, scientific accomplishment, as well as the gratitude of community service of the highest category.
  19. 19. BHARATH RATNA
  20. 20. PADMA VIBHUSHAN  Ranking wise the second award is the Padma Vibhushan in the Indian Republic.  It consists of a medal and a citation and is awarded by the President of India.  It contains a quotation and a medal.
  21. 21. PADMA VIBHUSHAN
  22. 22. PADMA BHUSHAN  The Padma Bhushan is the highest civilian award third in rank in the Indian Republic,and comes after the Bharat Ratna and the Padma Vibhushan.  The award was established on 2 January 1954 by the President of India
  23. 23. PADMA BHUSHAN
  24. 24. PADMA SHREE  Padma Shri or Padmashree is the fourth award high in order in the Indian Republic, after the Bharat Ratna, the Padma Vibhushan and the Padma Bhushan.  It is awarded by the Government of India.
  25. 25. PADMA SHREE
  26. 26. PATRIOTIC AWARDS
  27. 27. CATEGORIES  Wartime  Peacetime  Wartime /Peacetime service & gallantry  Wartime distinguished service  Peacetime distinguished service
  28. 28. Wartime Awards  Param Vir Chakra  Maha Vir Chakra  Vir Chakra
  29. 29. Param Vir Chakra  India's highest military decoration  highest degree of valor or self-sacrifice in the presence of the enemy  right to use P.V.C. as post nominal abbreviation  replaced the former British colonial Victoria Cross
  30. 30. Maha Vir Chakra  second highest military decoration in India  May be awarded posthumously  replaced the British Distinguished Service Order  the right to use M.V.C. as a post nominal abbreviation
  31. 31. Vir Chakra     third in precedence in the war time gallantry awards award presented for acts of bravery in the battlefield replaced the British DSC, MC and DFC the right to use Vr.C. as a post nominal abbreviation
  32. 32. Peacetime Awards  Ashoka Chakra  Kirti Chakra  Shaurya Chakra
  33. 33. Ashoka Chakra  awarded for valor, courageous action or selfsacrifice away from the battlefield  peace time equivalent of the Param Vir Chakra  replaced the British George Cross
  34. 34. Kirti Chakra  peacetime equivalent of the Maha Vir Chakra  second in order of precedence of peacetime gallantry awards  awarded to civilians as well as military personnel
  35. 35. Shaurya Chakra  peacetime equivalent of the Vir Chakra  third in order of precedence of peacetime gallantry awards  award was known as the Ashoka Chakra, Class III
  36. 36. Wartime/Peacetime Service & Gallantry  Sena Medal  Nao Sena Medal  Vayu Sena Medal
  37. 37. Sena Medal  awarded to members of the Indian army  for such individual acts of exceptional devotion to duty or courage as have special significance for the Army
  38. 38. Nao Sena Medal a gallantry award for servicemen in the Indian Navy  established by the President of India, 17 June 1960
  39. 39. Vayu Sena Medal    awarded in peacetime for a job well done Award for servicemen in Indian Air Force classified into two categories
  40. 40. Wartime Distinguished Services  Sarvottam Yudh Seva Medal  Uttam Yudh Seva Medal  Yudh Seva Medal -awarded for the highest, higher & high degree of distinguished services in an operational context. "Operation context" include times of war, conflict, or hostilities
  41. 41. Peacetime Distinguished Services  Param Vishisht Seva Medal  Ati Vishisht Seva Medal  Vishisht Seva Medal -given to recognize "distinguished service of an exceptional order" to all ranks of the armed forces
  42. 42. Particular Awards • • • National Sports Awards Police Awards Bravery Awards
  43. 43. National Sports Awards • • • • Rajiv Gandhi Khel Rathna Award Arjuna Award Dronacharya Award Dhyan Chand Award
  44. 44. Rajiv Gandhi Khel Rathna Award      India’s highest honour given for achievement in sports. The words "Khel Ratna" literally mean "sports gem" In Hindi. The award was instituted in the year 1991 The award is named after the late RajivGandhi,former Prime Minister of India. The cash amount given by this award is 5,00,000.
  45. 45. Awardees year Name Sport Discipline 1991-1992 Viswanathan Anand Chess 1992-1993 Geet Sethi Billiards 1994-1995 Homi D.Motivala,Garg Yathcing 1995-1996 Karnam Malleshwari Weight lifting 1996-1997 Leander Paes Tennis 1997-1998 Sachin Tendulkar Cricket 1998-1999 Jyotirmoyee Sikdar Athlets 1999-2000 Thanraj Pillai Hockey 2000-2001 Pullela Gopichand Badminton 2001-2002 Abinav Bindra Shooting 2002-2003 Anjali Ved Pathak Bhagwat Shooting 2004-2005 Anju Bobby George Athletics
  46. 46. Year 2005-2006 2006-2007 Name Sport Discipline Rajyavardhan SinghRathore Shooting Pankaj Advani Billiards and Snooker 2007-2008 Manavjit Singh Sandhu Shooting 2008-2009 Vijender Singh, sushil Kumar Boxing, Wrestling 2009-2010 Saina Nehwal Badminton 2010-2011 Gagan Narang Shooting 2011-2012 Vijay Kumar, Yogeshwar Dutt Shooting, Wrestling 2012-2013 Ronjan Sodhi Shooting
  47. 47. Arjuna Awards       The Arjuna Awards were instituted in 1961 by the government of India. This Award Is given for the Outstanding Achiever for National Sports. From the year 2001, the award is given only in disciplines falling under the following categories: Olympic Games / Asian Games / Commonwealth Games / World Cup / World Championship Disciplines and Cricket. Sports for the Physically Challenged. In 2012 ,25 Sport persons got that Award.
  48. 48. ARCHERY S.No. Year Name 1 1981 Krishna Das 2 1989 Shyam Lal 3 1991 Limba Ram 4 1992 Sanjeev Kumar Singh 5 2005 Tarundeep Rai 6 2005 Dola Banerjee 7 2006 Jayanta Talukdar 8 2009 Mangal Singh Champia 9 2011 Rahul Banerjee 10 2012 Deepika Kumari 11 2012 Laishram Bombayla Devi 12 2013 Chekrovolu Swuro
  49. 49.      IN ATHLETICS, There are 92 Members Got Arjuna Award. IN BADMINTON, There are 30 People Got Arjuna Award. IN BALL BADMINTON There are 6 People Got Arjuna Award. IN BILLIARDS & SNOOKER There are 8 People Got Arjuna Award. IN BOXING, There are 35 People Got Arjuna Award.
  50. 50. Dronacharya Award      This is an award presented by the government of India for excellence in sport coaching. The award was instituted in 1985. The award comprises a bronzestatuette of Dronacharya The award carries a cash prize of 5,00,000. B.I. Fernandez is the First foreign Coach who was awarded by Dronacharya Award in 2012.
  51. 51.     This Award instituted in 1985. The cash prize for this Award is 5,00,000. From 1985 to 2013, there are 85 coachers got Dronacharya Award. The name Dronacharya Came ,bacause he is a ‘GURU’ of Arjuna.
  52. 52. Dhyan Chand Award      India's highest award for lifetime achievement in sports and games, given by the Government of India. The award is named after the legendary Indian hockey player Dhyan Chand. The award was initiated in 2002. The award carries a cash prize of 5 lakhs. In August 2013, 4 individuals were awarded the Dhyan Chand Award: Syed Ali (Hockey), Mary D'Souza (Athletics), Anil Maan (Wrestling) and Giriraj Singh (Para-Sports).[
  53. 53.  From 2002 upto 2013, there are 39 sports person got this award for the sports such as,  Athletics,wrestling, Cricket,Basket ball,volley ball,swimming and Para-sports.
  54. 54. NATIONAL BRAVERY AWARDS
  55. 55. Categories Bharat Award  Sanjay Chopra Award  Geeta Chopra Award 
  56. 56. BHARAT AWARDS
  57. 57.  Awarded annually  Tribute to all brave students  Introduced by Nehru  Open to all
  58. 58. ELIGIBILITY  Given to children between the ages of six to eighteen.  The award includes a medal, a certificate, and a cash prize. The Bharat Award winner gets a gold medal, while the rest get a silver medal.   Each child is also given financial assistance to complete his or her schooling.

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