Faridabad, August 28, 2019: Apeejay Svran Global School organised its annual art saga, Smt. Rajeshwari Paul Memorial Inter-School Art Competition - Artistic Impressions, to add a creative fervour to budding creative talents in a season that is dazzling with scenic beauty and colours of joy and excitement. The event served an opportunity to the nascent artists.

Mrs Rajeshwari Paul, wife of Dr Stya Paul - Founder Chairman of the Apeejay Education Society, was an ardent admirer of art and culture. She also founded the Rajeshwari Kala Kendra at Jalandhar. She has always believed that children are the greatest assets of mankind and encouraged them to soar high and reach the apex of achievements.

The event was graced by a renowned artist, Ms Meeta Rampal, as the Chief Guest. The programme commenced with the traditional lamp lighting ceremony followed by a convivial welcome by esteemed Principal, Mrs Anshoo Tandon. A terrific dance performance by the students gave a wonderful start to the auspicious event

As many as 250 students from different schools of Delhi NCR were present during the competition which was organised in five categories. The first category included classes Nursery and K.G who splashed the canvas with vivid colours. The second category included classes I and II who depicted exotic garden or underwater scenes with their tearing & pasting skills and left everyone in amazement. The third category included classes III to V who produced – jungle scene/ rainy day/ nature showcasing their amazing origami skills. The next category included classes VI to VII who painted the canvas with incredible colours of their choice creating – My Universe/ Preserve Sea Life/ Flora and Fauna. The last category included classes IX-XI who created some mesmerising murals depicting their childhood memories/ Modern Art/ Shringar Rasa. The Competition was like an extravagance for the little painters and the spectators as well, as they have used their brilliance of painting blended with the perceptions and creativities displayed on canvases.

A successful endeavour with enthusiastic participation has paved the way for more friendly inter-school competitions