Appreciating Students At Goodwill Public School And Goodwill Kindergarten School
Editorials News | Oct-09-2019
New Delhi: FairGaze materializes its vision by offering an online platform where students can engage with friends; network with like-minded people, with our online socio-educational ecosystem, we help nurture their talents; strengthen their abilities; ensure their holistic development; and shape their career.
FairGaze also understands that creativity in children is everything needed for ushering an all rounded development in them. We therefore offer our children with the opportunity to unleash their creativity; connect their raw talent with the right mentors; and showcase and sell their art works to the world.
On 26th September, 2019, our FairGaze team went to the Goodwill Public School and Goodwill Kindergarten School to reward students with creativity as all the students performed well in India As I See 2019 competition which is organized by FairGaze on the occasion of Independence Day where students need to showcase their in-built talent through painting, article writing and many more. Goodwill students performed very well with full of energy and enthusiasm they participated in this contest and out of an number of splendid talents FairGaze found some precious stars of creativity who performed tremendously well in this competition and gave honour to all the super- students by glorious trophies, certificates and Prize cheques. FairGaze is also thankful to the school who equally puts their efforts in this competition and reward all the Goodwill branches by honoring through Certificate of Excellence as Goodwill Public School and Goodwill Kindergarten school come under the list of top 15 schools who contribute excellently well in this competition.
There are the list of names who performed excellently well:
Trisha Rathi from UKG gained 1st Runner – Up position under the category of “Paint-India” .
Yashika Jaglan from Nursery gained 2nd Runner – Up position under the category of “Paint – India”.
Ruhi Nagpal gained 2nd Runner- Up position under the category of “Paint-India”.
Nikita from class 8th gained 1st Runner – Up position under the category of “Power of Pen”.
A very heartiest congratulation to all the creative stars of India As I See 2019 and also to the Goodwill Public School and Kindergarten School by the whole team of FairGaze.
By: Tripti Varun
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