Free Press Journal Painting Competition Results
Advika Kushwah won Group A, where participants had to fill colours on a pre-drawn sheet according to their imagination
Ankni Kumari won Group B, where participants had to choose one topic and create a drawing/painting on the same theme
Ananya Jajoo won Group C, in which participants had to choose one topic and create a drawing/painting on the same theme
'Reminded me of my childhood'
"I am extremely happy to see so many children gathered together for this event. It has reminded me of my childhood. I express my gratitude to the Free Press Journal for having organised this event," says Ajay Kumar, one of the sponsors.
'Brought together children from across the city'
"The efforts put in by the Free Press Journal in organising the event are commendable. The initiative has brought together children from across the city. I thank the organisation for allowing me to be a part of this initiative," said Yogesh Khandelwal, a sponsor.
Group C winner Ananya Jajoo
Group A winner Advika Kushwah
Students' band performs at the competition
Poetry recitation at the competition
Over 4000 students participate in the competition
Free Press 'On The Spot Painting Competition’ begins
Students must reach the campus on time and be ready with their colours and pencils to paint their imaginations. Drawing sheets will be provided by Free Press.
For Group B and Group C, three topics will be given. Participants must choose one topic and create a drawing/painting on the same theme. It is suggested to use your imagination and create something new.
For Group A, students will be given a printed picture, which they must colour. Their abilities, imaginations and creative colouring will be analysed.
The competition will be organised for students of Classes I to XII. It will be held in three categories: Group A for Senior I to Class III, Group B for Classes IV to VII & Group C for Classes VIII to XII students
The Free Press Painting Competition was last organised in 2020 before the Covid-19 pandemic. The open and free competition gives an unbiased platform to all the students.
The competition will be held at the Free Press Campus in the city from 10 am to 12 pm.
Leading English daily Free Press Journal is organising a painting competition for children in Indore on Sunday, Janyuary 29.
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