Drawing competition is always a hot topic for report writing. There is always a trend of report writing on drawing competitions being noticed in many different examinations all around the sub-continent. That’s why we have decided to write a few such reports in the following session.
By Asit Kumar Roy
January 5, 2021; Sodepur: A wonderful drawing competition was organized in the Sodepur High School on the occasion of the school’s 168th foundation day. Every year this school celebrates its Foundation Day in some very memorable ways. So, just like the other years, the school authority decided to celebrate this year's foundation anniversary with an inter-school drawing competition.
A notice from the table of the headmaster was circulated in this regard in order to notify and enlist the name of the participating students of the school. A total of four groups were formed with around 240 students and each group was provided with a specific theme to draw.
Students from all the classes participated in the Inter-School competition. The program started at around 10:30 in the morning and finished off by 12:30. The final results were declared by 3:00 p.m. and three winners were selected from each group.
Most importantly, renowned painter Mr. Ganesh Aich acted as the judge. Thereafter the awards were distributed among the winners! Thus, after such a happening eventful day the program came to an end with a short speech by the headmaster of the school.
By Moumita Raha
July 6, 2020; Malda: Sarojini Girls' High School, Malda organised their annual Inter-School drawing competition yesterday. Like all other years the drawing competition was organised to take place in the school playground area. According to the headmistress, Mrs Saraswati Mondal, this Inter-School drawing competition has a significant history and heritage connected with the School.
Basically, Sarojini Girls' High School was established at the time of the Swadeshi movement in British India opposing the partition of Bengal. From the very day of its establishment, Mr Satish Chandra Samanta started this Inter-School drawing competition in order to build creative minds among the students of the school.
Following this tradition, an Inter-School drawing competition is organised every year by the school authority. Almost every student of this school participates in the competition irrespective of having formal training for painting. The competition started yesterday from around 9:30 a.m. and continued till 12:30 in the morning.
Each grade was separated into specific groups containing students from all the sections of that class. The names of the winners and runners up were announced by the headmistress by around 3:30 in the afternoon. Such a happening Inter School drawing competition came to an end by the prize distribution ceremony and a short speech delivered by the most senior teacher.
By Mohammed Shoaib Iqbal
August 16, 2019; Islampur: Yesterday on the occasion of national independence Day ceremony, an inter-school drawing competition was organised by Islampur High School. According to the headmaster of the school, every year they celebrate Independence Day with some new ideas.
That's why Islampur high school is famous among the entire district of Uttar Dinajpur. The headmaster told us, "Last year we have organised a tree plantation rally, and we got an overwhelming response from society.
But this year, due to some budget issues no such large scale program could be organised and an inter-school drawing competition seemed fit for the celebration of the Independence Day." A notice regarding the competition was circulated one month prior to the day and almost 370 students enlisted their names. On the Independence Day, after the flag upliftment ceremony, the drawing competition started in the school premises.
It continued till 11:30 in the morning. Thereafter the judges declared the result of the competition and the names of the winners by 3:00 p.m. Thus the inter School drawing competition of Islampur High School came to an end by 4:30 in afternoon with the prize distribution ceremony by the most senior teachers of the school.
January 17, 2021; Kolkata: The annual inter School drawing competition of Holy Child Girls' High School took place yesterday. Like all other years, the Holy Child School authority organised their annual inter-school competition with great grandeur.
By 8:30 in the morning, a procession went out from the school decorated with drill march company and bands exclusively performed by the students of the school. Then by 30 minutes, the procession returned to the school premises and the headmistress inaugurated the inter School competition with a very short motivational speech.
There she explained the tradition of the inter-school competition and how it helps to boost the creativity level of the students. There were many other competitions along with drawing and it all started taking place by 10:00 a.m. Almost all the students participated in different types of competitions. But the drawing competition got the most overwhelming response.
The school declared the result of the competition by the very same day afternoon and an exhibition was organised with the drawings of the students in the school hall room. At the very ending, the chairman of the school committee promised to come back with something new and exciting in the coming year's inter School competition.
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