Kala(Art) Kuwait has announced the winners of “NIRAM 2020” Children’s Day online painting competition held on 13th November 2020 in association with “AMERICAN TOURISTER”. In the context and limitation of Covid-19, students were participated the competition from their own home using the current technologies.
Kala (Art) Kuwait was delighted to celebrate its 16th consecutive year of “NIRAM”, an event which has been conducted on the occasion of Children’s Day, the birth day of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of independent India. It is worthwhile to note that students of different nationalities from all 24 Indian Schools in Kuwait with active participation of more than 2800 children in the competition. The competition was held in four groups in drawing and painting.
Winners of Painting Competition titled “NIRAM 2020” have been adjudged by well-known Artists in Kuwait, Mr. Sasi Krishnan, Mr. John Mavelikkara, Mr. Sunil Kulanada, and Mr. Rejeesh Sudhina appointed by the Executive Committee of “Kala(Art) Kuwait” and accordingly the Lists of Winners are being released by the organizers as follows:
Overall Championship: 1st Position- IES-Bharatiya Vidhya Bhavan, Abbasiya, 2nd Position - Fahaheel Al-Watanieh Indian private School, Ahmadi, 3rd Position- Learners Own Academy, Abbassiya.
C. Bhaskaran Memorial Trophy as a tribute to Late. Mr. C Bhaskaran, one of the founder and advisory board member of Kala (Art) Kuwait, won by United Indian School, Abbassiya, the school from which maximum numbers of students were participated in this event.
Group-A: Ist Prize- Advik Nayak, UKG, Jabriya Indian School, IInd Prize- Basil Joji, UKG, Gulf Indian School, Fahaheel, IIIrd Prize- Dion Jaison George, 1st Std, Learners Own Academy, Abbassiya & Pathik Jignesh Sheladiya, LKG, Jack & Jill Bhavans, Mangaf,
Group-B: Ist Prize- Abel Alex, 4th Std., Indian Community School, Amman, IInd Prize- Adweeta Aravindan, 4th Std., IES-Bharatiya Vidhya Bhavan, IIIrd Prize- Akain Minsuka Kuruppuge, 4th Std., Fahaheel Al-Watanieh Indian private School, Ahmadi & Sadhana Senthilnathan, 4th Std., Fahaheel Al-Watanieh Indian private School, Ahmadi.
Group-C: Ist Prize- Nivetha Giju, 8th Std., Gulf Indian School, Fahaheel. IInd Prize- Mridula Pallissery Ravindran, 8th Std, IES-Bharatiya Vidhya Bhavan & Aldin Binoy, 8th Std, Learners Own Academy, IIIrd Prize- Sidharth K. Vinod, 7th Std., Learners Own Academy.
Group-D: Ist Prize- Reeda Shimaz Huda, 11th Std., Fahaheel Al-Watanieh Indian private School. IInd Prize- Eunice Dinjen, 9th Std., Indian Community School, Amman. IIIrd Prize- Angel Mary Thomas, 11th Std., Indian Central School, Abbassiya & Sandra Sibichan, 9th Std., United Indian School, Abbassiya.
Clay Sculpture: Ist Prize- Shahul Hameedeen Thamsudeen, 12th Std., Indian Community School, Khaitan. IInd Prize- Mariel Jerald, 7th Std., United Indian School, Abbassiya. IIIrd Prize- Nafeesath Rawan, 11th Std., Carmel School.
The organizers announced that the entire winners list consisting 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 96 Merit Prizes as well as 220 Consolation Prizes (Total 335 Prizes) have already been forwarded to all participated Schools and also be made available at our website www.kalakuwait.net.
Kala(Art) Kuwait, highlights the exclusive prizes for the winners as first place with Gold Coin & gold medal, second place with silver medal and third place with bronze medal along with memento & certificate. Certificate for the Merit and Consolation prize winners as well as the Participation Certificates to all other participants will be sent by email.
Kala(Art) Kuwait congratulated all the Winners and also thanked all the participants and the School Managements for their wholehearted support to make the event as a great success, even during this pandemic situation. The organizers convey their heartfelt thanks to the Parents, Art Teachers, Sponsors, Medias and Web Portals for their unprecedented support for this wonderful event, according to ‘Kala(Art) Kuwait’ President, Mukesh V. P., General Secretary, Siva Kumar, Treasurer, Hassan Koya, NIRAM-2020 General Convener, Jaison Joseph & Registration Convener Sunil Kumar.