Students of Seedling add Color to Khushi Creative Workshop
8 students participated from Seedling in the painting workshop, which took place from 9:30AM till 12:30PM and took all pains to express their feelings and thoughts in the form of colored canvas. The students, each painting on different themes, held the visitors and judges in awe with their understanding of the subject
Students of Seedling Modern Public School, Udaipur took active part in the Khushi Creative Workshop held on 23 November. This awareness campaign was organized by Hindustan Zinc, in collaboration with UdaipurTimes.com.
Seedling was among 10 selected schools that participated in the event, which was held with a motive to spread awareness on child care. Students participating in the event were asked to paint around child care themes, viz. Child Abuse, Child Malnutrition, Child Marriage, Child Trafficking, Child Labour, Save the Girl Child, Child Education and Child Beggary.
8 students participated from Seedling in the painting workshop, which took place from 9:30AM till 12:30PM and took all pains to express their feelings and thoughts in the form of colored canvas. The students, each painting on different themes, held the visitors and judges in awe with their understanding of the subject.
The students painting the themes included Anuj Soni of class VIII (Child Beggary), Vedansh Mali of Class VIII (Save Girl Child), Nikita Joshi, Class IX (Child Trafficking), Rituja Sharma of Class VIII (Child Malnutrition), Hanumant Rai of Class VIII (Child Marriage), Shakti Jain of Class IX (Child Education), Tanisha Pagaria of Class VIII (Child Abuse) and Mohammad Hyatt of Class VIII (Child Labour).
14 students who accompanied their colleagues, added gaiety and attraction to the event by performing a Nukkad Natak around the Fatehpura Chowki area, where the Painting Camp was setup – namely, Vaibhav Kumawat, Jayesh Kumawat, Tisha Kothari, Digvijay Singh, Shashank Rao, Kirtan Humad, Akshi Porwal, Vidushi Jain, Aryan Semlawat, Ananya Purohit, Jay Aditya Khamesra, Kaustubh Pareek, Ranu Agarwal and Mufaddal Gurad.
Shikha Kulshrestha, Harshna Mehta and Bhupendra Singh Rathore accompanied students on their day out with Khushi.
Refreshments and other facilities like painting canvas, acrylic colors, paint brushes, etc were made available to the children. Jury members were in awe of the efforts and thought process demonstrated by the students.