ICCW National Bravery Awards
 
The National Bravery Awards programme gives due recognition
to children who distinguish themselves by performing outstanding deeds of bravery and seeks to inspire other children to emulate their example. An instance of courage in 1957 was the genesis of
the National Bravery Awards. On February 4th, 1958 Prime Minister Nehru presented the very first Awards for courage and service to two children.
Since then ICCW confers national awards on children every year.
The selection of the Awards is made by a high powered Committee constituted by ICCW comprising representatives from various
Government Departments, some NGOs and Office-Bearers and
members of ICCW. The Awards are presented by the Hon'ble Prime Minister of India prior to Republic Day The children then participate in the Republic Day Parade.
 
 
   
 
ICCW National Bravery Awards 2016
 
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