FairGaze Presents India As I See 2020 (Third Edition)
21 Jul, 2020
Summary: FairGaze, the largest school students’ media is once again back with its students favourite and pan India Online Contest “India As I See 2020”. It saw immense participation in all the categories and in a small span of time; it became the most loved online contest by children from various states across India.
New Delhi, 21st July 2020: FairGaze has launched this contest for the occasion of 74th Independence Day Celebration for school students to remember the sacrifices of our freedom fighters. The contest is an online contest for school students and is divided into four groups. The first and second group aims at students of kindergarten and 1st to 5th class and is a painting competition. Other categories incorporate competitions like “Power of Pen” (Poetic words on Freedom) and “Sacred Freedom” (Show the power of words on Freedom) for students of 6th to 8th class and 9th to 12th class respectively. India As I See 2020 commenced on 1st July 2020 and will end registrations invite by 10th August 2020. The link for participation - https://indiaasisee.fairgaze.com/
India As I See 2019 was really competitive. Good participation was seen both in terms of content and digital likes. Winners were: in Paint India Pre- Primary were- Amoha Vadera from S.D. Public School followed by Trisha Rathi from Goodwill Public School and Yashika Jaglan from Goodwill Kindergarten.
In Paint India Primary winners were Ishika from S.D. Public School, Nishka from Vivekanand School, D block and Prabal Mavi from Vivekanand School, D block.
Harshita Sati from Manava Bhawana Public School, Kunal Mohapatra, and Ananya Bharadwaj from GBN Sr. Secondary School won in Power of Pen Category (Class 6th to 8th).
In Sacred Freedom (Class 9th to 12th), the winners were Ishita Mahajan, Simran Kaur Juneja, and Harleen Kaur from Guru Harkrishan Public School, Hargobind Enclave.
Earlier, India As I See 2018, graced almost 5,000 registrations, and more than 2 lacs people got engaged with the competition. FairGaze honoured VSPK International School, Rohini as they were one of the school winners of the contest "India As I See” and student Arna was the Winner in the Category of Paint India, Anika was the 1st Runner Up, Grisha was the First Runner and Navya was the 2nd Runner-up in the Category of Paint India. Prizes included Trophies, Certificates, and an amazing cash prize of total worth Rs. 14000 was given. All the runner ups Chinmay (Paint India, Primary), Manpreet (Paint India, Primary) and Areen (Power of Pen, 6th to 8th) received appreciation certificates.
FairGaze is the largest school focused media and an ecosystem for holistic development, which works with various stakeholders and policymakers, including organizers of premium events associated with the education industry. FairGaze engages with over 350,000 students from over 13, 000 schools across India. FairGaze works with schools to help manage their newsletter to promote the sports and cultural functions of the schools and recognize the achievements of the students.
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