Thyrocare, Kokuyo Camlin engage 700 students at Hindu Young World Painting competition

The Hindu Young World Painting competition was held at International Convention Centre, Bombay Stock Exchange on February 4th 2018. Over 700 students participated in the competition held in Mumbai. Mr. S. Jayakumar, Additional Commissioner of Police was the Chief Guest at the event which was presented by pathology and diagnostic laboratory Thyrocare.


The students had to register to participate in the painting competition which was divided into two categories - Junior Class (4th to 7th standard) and Senior Class (8th to 10th standard) with a maximum of three entries per student. The juniors had to paint on the theme of Water Sports, Natural Disasters, Shopping with Family the themes for seniors were My New Year Resolution, Gender Equality and Star Gazing.

Saumitra Prasad, Chief Marketing Officer, Kokuyo Camlin said, “It is our great honor to associate with The Hindu Young World Painting. These painting competitions give a platform to students at a very young age to develop interest in painting which is important for their mental development. It not only helps them explore their creative side but also instills in them the confidence to showcase their work and talent to larger group of people. We hope to continue with such associations in future to encourage young budding artists.”

The judges selected top three and seven consolation prize winners in each category. All the other finalists were given Participation Certificates. The Regional Finals were conducted on the same day across all 25 locations. The prizes were distributed by the Chief Guest to the winners.


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