Students to paint CBSE’s New Year with their imagination

The creative young minds of students from classes IX to XII will embellish the CBSE Diary 2014 with their innovative artworks.

Sep 23, 2013 11:09 IST India Infoline News Service

Encouraged by the wholehearted participation of students last year, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has invited students to showcase their work of art. These art work, based on themes of education, will be a part of the CBSE annual planner for the second consecutive year.

The creative young minds of students from classes IX to XII will embellish the CBSE Diary 2014 with their innovative artworks. The participating schools are expected to send three entries each and require authentication from respective principals.

The Board has designated a special screening committee to aid the selection process by filtering entries from various schools on the basis of their distinctness in terms of colour, forms, lines, texture, space and organisation. CBSE will acknowledge the selected artists by presenting them with ‘Commendation Certificates’.

The screening committee will finally select the four best entries which will adorn the CBSE Diary 2014. The selected entries will become the property of the Board and will not be used for any other purpose.
 
This competition underlines CBSE’s commitment to encourage and chisel young talent and reinforce its focus on holistic development of young minds. Showcasing its commendable efforts in creating a equilibrium between scholastic and co-scholastic activities, CBSE is the one education Board in the country which has developed such a wide spectrum of career options for students to choose from.

Inviting artwork from children is CBSE’s way of making every process inclusive at the same time encouraging students to scout for the hidden talent within them.

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