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Innocentites showed their creativity in Painting Competition

Punjab Tribune Bureau | August 30, 2018 06:14 PM

JALANDHAR: The students of Innocent Hearts, Green Model Town, Loharan and Royal World took part in, “On the Spot Colouring Competition.” This was organized by JCI on the occasion of its Silver Jubilee. It was held at Desh Bhagat Yaadgaar Hall where Innocentites outshined. The groups were classified in three categories (I to III, IV - V and  VI - VII)The students took part in it enthusiastically.

In this competition Innocentites bagged the maximum prizes. The topics were- “Healthy Me- Healthy India, Obey Traffic Rules , Clean Home Clean City, Love Your Army, My Green India, Say No to Plastic, Win India Win.” The students were supposed to choose any one out of these topics to draw and colour. Innocent Hearts Green Model Town- Class I , Urvi bagged Second Position, Manya – Third Rashika got prize for best colouring and Nidhi got consolation Prize. Class II- Ananya got awarded for neat work, Bhavya for best colouring and Hiten achieved third position.

From Class III Ritika got prize for best Neat work, Consolation prize was for Rayna and Kavish bagged first prize and Ranvir and Sukhleen and Aayush bagged consolation prize. From Class V Harneet achieved first prize, and Twinkle, Rishika, Harshita, Ananya got consolation prizes and best colour combination award was given to Srishti.  Class VI Best Sketch prize was awarded to Gunkeerat, Best Colour combination - Palak and Second and Third Prizes were awarded to Naamya and Arshdeep .  From Class VII- Drishti and Arshiya got consolation prizes. The students of Loharan Branch also showed their skills and bagged prizes.   Class I- Lovisha  and Sayna of Class II achieved first position. Lucky, Angel and Kinjal of class II and Akshra of class IV got consolation prizes. The students of class IV  Anushka got second position and Kanika of class V bagged Third position.  

Trisha  Manya ,  Gavish of class VI  and Yashika, Ridhima and Mausmi from class VII bagged consolation prizes. Harshiya and Muskan of class VII got best colouring and Second Positon respectively. Sehajpreet from class III and Sumit of class VI from Royal Worl bagged third and Consolation prize. Diretor Principal School Mr. Dheeraj Banati congratulated the winners and wished them good luck for their future.  

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