Summer camp organized at Craft Research Institute: 700 children participated in 8 disciplines, participants encouraged
Summer vacation is going on in all the study institutes of Patna. Meanwhile, summer camps are being organized everywhere. Through this, children are learning different co-curricular activities apart from studies. The seven-day free summer camp at the Upendra Maharathi Craft Research Institute in Patna concluded today. Trophies and certificates were given to all the children who participated in this summer-camp by the Industries Minister of Bihar.
Encouraging the children on this occasion, the Industries Minister said that organizing such summer camps is very beneficial for the children. Children are the future of the country. The children who are learning ABC of art in the summer camp will also become international level artists in the future. There is no dearth of art and talent in Bihar and the children here are very talented.
Surely these children will make themselves, Bihar and the country famous in art and earn their name in the field of handicrafts. Institute’s director Vivek Ranjan Maitreya said that summer-camp is organized every year and by organizing it, an effort is made to generate interest in handicrafts among children.
700 children participated
700 children participated in the summer camp in 8 different streams. In which training was given in Tikuli Art, Paper Mache, Madhubani Painting, Jute Craft, Terracotta, Coin Art and Fine Art. Angel Maurya got first place, Rishu Kumar got second place, Ankita Kumari got third place in Madhubani painting in the senior category of the competition organized after the summer-camp. Sangaya Palak got first position, Ritika Kumari second position, Neha Kumari third position in coin art. In paper mache, Ritesh Kumar got first position, Rahul Kumar got second position, Ruby Kumari got third position.
In Tikuli art, Siddhi Arya got first position, Vijaya Lakshmi Pandey got second position, Nishika got third position. In Terracotta Art Roshan Kumar Pandey got first position, Saumya Deshmukh got second position, Shubham Kumar got third position, in Jute Jewelery Nandini Kumari got first position, Khushi Kumari got second position, Sachin Mishra got third position. In Manjusha Arts Pallavi got first position, Tia Verma got second position, Divya Prakash got third position and in Fine Arts Aniket Roy got first position, Krish Ranjan got second position, Tavishi Ranjan got third position.
Participants were honored with certificates
In junior category, Sagarika Rai got first position in Madhubani painting, Supriya Singh got second position, Shruti Kumari got third position, Mugdha got first position in coin art, Ojas Sinha got second position, Athome Sinha got third position. In papermache craft, Kshitij Roshan got first position, Prajwal got second position, Saurabh Kumar got third position. Riddhi Arya got first position in Manjusha painting, Lavanya got second position, Rudra Kumar got third position, Tulika Kumari got first position in Tikuli painting, Shambhavi got second position, Aarohi Shree got third position, Manoj Kumar got third position in Terracotta art. First position, Shubh Srivastava got second position, Shivam Kumar got third position.
In jute-jewellery, Divija got first position, Varsha second position, Unnati third position and in fine arts Anshika Singh got first position, Ayansh Singh second position and Misty Kumari third position. Apart from these, giving certificates to all the participating children, they were wished for their bright future.