Thursday, May 2, 2013

Government schools’ children art contest

Ludhiana (May 2):

In a unique contest of its kind 300 children from city and surrounding areas participated in a Art Festival dedicated to noted journalist Amrita Chaudhry held at Lions Bhawan here today.

A landscape drawn in pastel colours won Narinder Kaur from Government Senior Secondary School, Gill, the first prize in the Secondary onwards category. Second prize was won by Harman Kaur Bains from Government School, PAU. Parul from Governemnt Senior Secondary School, Bharat Nagar was third. A drawing 'Natural beauty' won the fourth prize for Lalita Kumari.

In the Middle category first prize was won by Mohinder Pal of Government High School, Sunet. Sandeep Singh of GMSS School, Model Town won second prize. Vishal from Government Senior Secondary School, Jagraon was third. Fourth position was won by Harpreet Kaur of Chanan Devi Girl High School.

In the contest held in Primary section first prize was won by Rajveer of Governemnt Model Senior secondary School, Model Town. Khushi Singh of Government School, PAU was second and Shivam of Governemnt School, Model Town was third. Pooja from GNSS Model School won fourth prize.

Earlier the festival was inaugurated with a prayer by children of Government Institution of Blind, Jamalpur. Senior artists of the city TPS Sandhu, Maan Singh Toor, Swarnjit Savi, AP Singh and Jaswant Zafar came together to organise the contest with Spirit of Amrita Foundation. Sukhvir Singh of Artmosphere Art Gallery, Balbir Kaur Pandher from GN Khalsa College for Women, artists Rachna Sidhu, Kiran Gill, Saru Sharma and many students helped organise the show. Jaswant Zafar, the coordinator of the festival expressed organisers' gratitude to Lions Club president, RK Garg and General Secretary, Varun Kumar in helping organise the show.

Prizes were distributed by Art promoter and industrialist Maninder Singh Gogia and senior Akali leader Harish Rai Dhanda. The District Education Officer (Secondary), Paramjit Kaur Chahal came to bless the children participating in the contest. Speaking on the occasion she said the department of education will continue to support and encourage such activities in future also.
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