2,000 take part in SPS painting contest
AN INTER-SCHOOL painting competition was held at Sagar Public School (SPS), Saket Nagar, on Sunday for the sixth consecutive year. The theme of the competition was ?Healthy Environment?. The event was divided in five groups including all the classes from nursery to XII.india Updated: Nov 13, 2006 16:02 IST
AN INTER-SCHOOL painting competition was held at Sagar Public School (SPS), Saket Nagar, on Sunday for the sixth consecutive year. The theme of the competition was ‘Healthy Environment’. The event was divided in five groups including all the classes from nursery to XII.
About 2000 student of 30 reputed schools of Bhopal participated in it. They used their colours, creativity and imagination to portray their dreams of ‘Healthy Environment’. The results will be announced and displayed on the SPS notice board on the December 6.
The competition was adjudged by MLB College retired Prof and HoD Painting Dr Laxmi Narayan Bhavsar, City’s renowned drawing artist Sheela Garg and painting teacher in Bhopal jail Shailendra Namdeo. They appreciated the efforts of the students.
SPS Saket Nagar class IX student Sagar Agarwal said, “I have joined the competition in order to bring not just laurels to the school, but also for a noble cause to bring awareness about ‘Clean and Green Earth’”.
Shubee Sharma of St Joseph’s Convent School said, “I have come here to show my talent and to express what I personally feel about clean and green environment.”
Abhijeet Kushwaha of SPS stated, “Subject of the competition is informative. This is our responsibility that we keep our earth clean and green”. Anushree Pushkaran of Carmel Convent School, BHEL said, “It was an amazing experience to come and participate in this painting competition. All the teachers were very good they guided us very well about the subject.”
Rahul Dubey of Dr Radhakrishnan School said, “My aim for coming here is to spread awareness among my world friends, that if we keep our earth green and clean then how it will be appreciated by everyone.”
Tarvinder Maan, School president, St Paul School, said, “SPS arranged it very skillfully. The best thing was the ample time
given and supervision under very friendly teachers who didn’t let us feel that we belonged to other school.”
Anshik Jain of St Xavier’s School said, “I have come here to show my talent. I liked this competition very much.” Tanu Jain of St Theresa’s Girl’s School, Ayush Shrivastava of Kendriya Vidyalaya No 1, Vanya Saksena of St Joseph’s Co-Ed School, and Sakshi Gangarwal of Bal Bharti Public School expressed similar sentiments.