Nearly 2000 school students participated in a drawing competition organized by SIP Academy on completing its 10 years of service in skill development programs. The competition was held at Rockwoods High School, Chitrakoot Nagar.
Almost all the schools of the city took part in the competition which also included a discussion session with parents on how they can help developing their child’s mental skills.
Dr. Radhika Sethia, Head of SIP’s Udaipur branch informed that the drawing competition was also to boost child’s skills. Dr. Radhika is also a Child Psychologist and lecturer at Home Science College.
Informing more about SIP Academy and its objective, Dr. Radhika said, “SIP is to help make a child smarter by encouraging him in several specialized programs designed by SIP. One of such programs is AMAL (Accelerated Mental Learning) program.”
SIP’s Udaipur branch is serving for the last seven years and have 185 students, informed Dr. Sethia.
While children were enjoying coloring, their parents were engaged in interactive session by SIP officials.
First part of competition started at 10am and continued for an hour. The event concluded in the late afternoon.