Painting, Drawing Competitions held

Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, Sept 19: Inter-School painting and drawing competitions were organised by Live For Others-Being Helpful Organisation in collaboration with office of the Sarpanch, Panchayat Gharnai in Panchayat Garnai at Government Middle School, Upper Garnai based on the themes “Swachh Bharat” and “Say No to Drugs”.
More than 15 different schools participated in this competition.
This competition was inaugurated by chief guest Jasvir Singh Rajput, DDC Panchari in presence of guest of honour Vikram Singh, Sarpanch of Garnai. Special guests of this programme were Medhavi Sharma, National Institute of Designing AIR 2nd and Abhinav. The competition was held in two categories i.e upto 5th class category and above 5th class category.
Many students of various age groups with their enthusiasm, creativity and patriotism added the charm to the event. The judges of this competition were Medhavi Sharma and Abhinav.
Winners of upto 5th class category were Stuti Bandral of AOC High School who stood first in the competition, first runner up was Radhika of KV No 1, and second runner up was Bhaviya Anthal of Prinston English Academy.
Winners of above 5th class category were Jagreet Kaur of Prinston English Academy, first runner up was Deepika Somboria of Bright Career High School, while second runner ups were Bhumika Anthal of Prinston English Academy and Chetan of Bright Career High School.
Discussing the artworks of students, Vivek Parihar, CEO/Founder of LFO-BH said, “The way students play with colours is remarkable, and it was marvellous to see the incredible painting strategies.”
The children were provided stationary kits to further encourage them in their studies and taking painting and drawing as a hobby and provide them avenues to develop and express their creativity. Trophies and Certificates were provided for first three winners of each category. Certificates were also provided for all the participants.
Sharing his opinion, Vishal Singh COO/Founder of LFO-BH said, “Children are the eyes of our future and we need to provide them a green and safe platform.”
Abhinandan Sharma General Secretary of LFO-BH said, “I see a better future for art in our world, as even senior students are truly interested in art and did an impressive job”.