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Students are asked to paint for CBSE Diary 2014

Sep 23, 2013 06:30 IST

    Following the last year’s enthusiasm showed by students, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has invited students to demonstrate their talent of art work for the second consecutive year. Based on themes of education, their art works will be a part of the CBSE’s annual planner for the year 2014.
    Under this move, the creative young minds from classes IX to XII will beautify the CBSE Diary 2014 with their innovative imaginations in the form of artworks. Each participating schools are asked to send three entries authenticated by their respective principals.
    The Board has set up a special screening committee to support the selection process that entails filtration of entries received from various schools based on the work pieces’ distinctness in terms of color, forms, lines, texture, space and organization. The committee will finally select the best four entries which will embellish the CBSE Diary 2014. The selected entries will become the property of the Board and will not be used for any other purpose.
    The CBSE will acknowledge the work of every selected (student) artists by presenting them a 'Commendation Certificate'.
    This competition is the part of CBSE's commitment to encourage and shape up young talent while focusing on holistic development of young minds.
    The CBSE’s idea behind inviting artwork from children is to make every process inclusive while encouraging students to dig out the talent hidden within them.

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