Painting Competition 2016 by Bodhgaya Children Aid Charitable Trust

Bodhgaya Children Aid Charitable Trust (BCACT) is going to organize a painting competition on 31st January 2016.  

    

The theme for Painting competition is " India”

Unity in diversity

Patriotism

Mythology

★Toppers will get certificates and prizes.

★The paintings of 50 toppers will be printed in brochure.

 

Participation fee is Rs. 40/- for each participant. Fees will be used for donation for education of poor children.

We accept participation only through school administration. School administrator can contact us by sending E-mail to childrenaid.india@gmail.com or submit the form through website; www.ngochildrenaid.com

Please submit the registration form to your school administrator.

Only A4 size painting is acceptable.

website www.ngochildrenaid.com

 

To school administrators,

Please send the paintings by students through E-mail(childrenaid.india@gmail.com) by scan, or you can post them to Bodhgaya Children Aid Charitable Trust.

Address: Bodhgaya Children Aid Charitable Trust, C/O Hotel Mahamaya Palace, Bakraur road, near Sujata bridge, Bodhgaya, Gaya, Bihar -824231

 

For registration of school, please use the form below this page.

(The paintings below are sample.)

Poster and registration form for students
To school administrators, please use this file for students. Firstly please register your school by sending the web form below this page, or send E-mail to childrenaid.india@gmail.com
BCACTpaintingcompetition9.pdf
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