Kempegowda Award

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Kempegowda Award
Award for individual contributions to fields of medicine, education etc.
Awarded forCivilian award in Karnataka
Sponsored byBBMP
Reward(s)₹25,000 and an award shield[1]
Last awarded2017
WebsiteBBMP

The Kempegowda Award or Nadaprabhu Kempegowda Award is a civilian award presented annually by Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP)[2], Bengaluru, Karnataka, India.[1][3][4][5][6][7]

The award nomination is based on the notable contributions of civilians, in the field of medicine, education, media, sports, theatre, film, literature, environment, folklore, music, dance, yogasana, judiciary, journalism, culture, photography, social service, astrology and painting.[4][8]

On 16 August 2018, more than 250 people with notable achievements are presented the award, in the ceremony held in Dr.Rajkumar Glasshouse, BBMP Office, Bangalore.[9][10]

History[edit]

The award is named after the feudatory ruler of Vijayanagara Empire, Nadaprabhu Hiriya Kempe Gowda, who built the city of Bengaluru in 1537.[11][12][13] The award ceremony is organized annually, in April,[14] on the eve of Kempegowda's birthday, which is seen in the state as Kempegowda day or ′Kempegowda Jayanthi′ which is on 27 June.[15][16][17] The award presentation was temporarily paused in 2007, and after a gap of four years, it was reinitiated in 2011.[4][18]

2017[edit]

On 11 April, 244 people were awarded in the ceremony, where Karaga was also held.[19] BBMP decided to award all its permanent employees with the ′Civic service employees' award′.[20]

2016[edit]

On 22 April, 162 people were presented the award, in the ceremony[1]

2015[edit]

On 4 April, the ceremony was held and 94 people were awarded[8][21]

2014[edit]

187 people were awarded including a cash prize of ₹12,000.[21]

2013[edit]

109 people were awarded including a cash prize of ₹15,000.[21]

2012[edit]

50 people were awarded including a cash prize of ₹25,000.[21]

2011[edit]

274 people were awarded including a cash prize of ₹20,000.[21]

Awardees List of 2017[edit]

Awardee Area of Achievement Highlights
Prof. M.H Krishnaiyya Literature
Dr. Vasundara Bhoopathi Literature
Saiyad Khadir Moyiddin Literature
Dr. M.A Jayachandra Literature
K.V Rajeshwari Literature
B. Satyanarayanachar Literature
D. Ramaiah Literature
R.S Vasavamba Literature
Harajenahalli Gujjaiyya Literature
D.S Hanumantha Rao Literature
K.S Nagaraju Literature
Prof. Narayana Ghatti Literature
Dr.Muddumohan Music

Awardees List of 2016[edit]

Awardee Area of Achievement Highlights

Awardees List of 2015[edit]

Awardee Area of Achievement Highlights

Awardees List of 2014[edit]

Awardee Area of Achievement Highlights

Awardees List of 2013[edit]

Awardee Area of Achievement Highlights

Awardees List of 2012[edit]

Awardee Area of Achievement Highlights

Awardees List of 2011[edit]

Awardee Area of Achievement Highlights

References[edit]

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  19. ^ "BBMP gears up for Kempegowda Day". deccanchronicle.com. Archived from the original on 11 April 2017. Retrieved 11 April 2017.
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