Lucknow, August, 1 2017 (GNS) : Kokuyo Camlin Ltd; premier stationery brand has partnered with La Martiniere Girls’ College, Lucknow, for their third edition `Entente 2017’, an Annual Inter School Festival being held from August 2nd to August 4th2017 while the registration is on 1st August. ‘Entente 2017’ will have school and college kids from across Lucknow vying across several categories competing to showcase their talent and skills.
Kokuyo Camlin partnering with La Martiniere Girl’s college in the inter-school festival is just another step forward in encouraging and engaging school children in Lucknow to showcase their creativity and skill. In the past, Kokuyo Camlin organized many activities with school children – including World’s largest Canvas on the theme of “Clean India” created in Mumbai, Massive tree plantation drives and many others. The company also organised Camel Art Contest which happens to be the world’s largest art competition as per Guinness book of records.
Saumitra Prasad, Chief Marketing Officer, Kokuyo Camlin said, “It is a great opportunity to partner with a prestigious event like `Entente 2017’. Our company philosophy is to make learning fun for school children and we would like school children from across Lucknow to participate in the inter-school fest. We hope the festival is a grand success and we wish them the very best.”
School and College kids participating in `Entente 2017’ will vie in different competitions – they include — Bee jewel, Scientofab, Ataraxis, Gandhi Corner Exhibition cum skit and Cybus. The Bee Jewel category includes The Today Show (Report writing), Two and a half minutes (Ice Breaker), Once Upon a Line (Story Writing), Whose Ryhme is it Anyway (Poetry Slam) and much more. Ataraxis, is designed for each and every grade, like a fancy dress competition for class LP and UP, group elocution for Class I and II, singing competition for Class III and IV.
That’s not it, for all the science enthusiast, Scientofab has an interesting bunch of activities lined up from class 1st to 12th. Students will be participating in collage and model making, doodling, group elocution on different topics from fascinating world of Science. Gandhi Corner Exhibition cum skit is for the students who have acting in their blood and Cybus, for the young technology lovers, is being held on the last day of ‘Entente 2017’.
About 40 schools and 1000 students are expected to participate in this annual school event.ENDS.