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ONGC Asset Manager inaugurates the expo at Kendriya Vidyalaya

P. Krishna Rao, Asset Manager, ONGC, Rajahmundry, inaugurating Child Art Exhibition in Rajahmundry on Friday. —PHOTO: S. RAMBABU
P. Krishna Rao, Asset Manager, ONGC, Rajahmundry, inaugurating Child Art Exhibition in Rajahmundry on Friday. —PHOTO: S. RAMBABU

P. Krishna Rao, Asset Manager, ONGC, Rajahmundry on Friday inaugurated Kendriya Vidyalaya’s 8th All-India Child Art Exhibition. The school hosted the first art exhibition in 2004 at the national level with the support of ONGC. Since then year after year the exhibition became popular among all the Kendriya Vidyalayas in the country. This year 225 KVs have participated in the exhibition and 4,300 entries have been from received from students in all 25 regions of Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan. Three judges will select 150 entries out of 4,300 paintings.

Each group A, B, C, D and E will receive 25 medals each and the special group Group F will receive 25 mementoes. In addition, the top 10 schools as well as the concerned art teachers will receive mementoes for their outstanding contribution.

Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Krishna Rao said encouragement given to school children studying in KVs in Art and culture was part of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiative. Sushil Kumar, G.M, Head, Support Services, ONGC, was among those present.


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