White Globe Trust organises art competition in Srinagar

SRINAGAR: White Globe Trust organised an Art Competition at Voluntary Medicare Society (VMS), Bemina Srinagar, in which different schools of the Valley participated. Specially abled children from VMS & DPS, Srinagar also participated in the said Art Competition.
The theme of the Art Competition was “Artistic not Autistic”. Participants were asked to research on the same (Autism). More than 300 students participated. In the special abled category the first position was secured by Ashan 1st position (VMS), Ibrahim vigar (DPS), Hafsa (VMS). In the general category the first three positions were secured by Sadeed 1st position (Tyndale Biscoe School), Adil 2nd position (GD Goenka Public School), Syed Sandleen 3rd position (Delhi Public School Srinagar) respectively.
Apart from the positions three students were awarded consolation prizes. The chief guest of the said event was Naushad H Gayoor (a prominent artist & the faculty member of Kashmir University), Tasaduq Hussain, Syed Mujtaba Rizwi & Mr Ather Hussian were the Jury Members who Adjucated the paintings of the participants.
Tehsil Legal Service Committee in association with White Globe thank all the participants, schools (Voluntary Medicare Society, Burn Hall, Tyndale Biscoe & Mallinson, Delhi Public School, GD Goenka Public School, Minto Circle, Iqbal Memorial Institute, SANE Kids, Rahmania School, Sheikh Ul Alam, Wisdom Public, Kashmir Havard school and Green Valley School) and guests for contributing in creating awareness of this cause (Autism) and encouraging Autistic children as Artistic Starts.



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