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No lockdown for creative minds as competitions keep students engaged


MADURAI: In an attempt to stay the varsity and school students engaged all through the lockdown introduced to stop the unfold of Covid-19, the individuals of Madurai Karmegam Kalaikoodam are organizing various competitions for students by which they are able to participate via staying inside of their properties.

Madurai Karmegam Kalaikoodam has decided to organize drawing, tale writing, essay writing and poem writing competitions with a tagline - 'Thanithirupom - Thanithiran Valarpom' -stressing on the importance of staying home all through the lockdown length.

Speaking to TOI, the president of group Ok Elangovan said that they have get a hold of the initiative in order to stay the scholars engaged as it will assist them in overcoming their fears about unfold of Covid-19. He said that organizing such competitions would additionally carry out the creativity of the scholars.

He said that students were divided into three classes - junior (elegance I to elegance V), senior (elegance VI to elegance X) and tremendous senior category (school students). He said that the competitions are open to students across the state. Stories, essays and poems must be written in Tamil on the subject of their very own choice.

"We have asked them to send their works to an email id '[email protected]' along with their name and other details before April 10. The works of these students would be sent to team of judges, who would announce the list of winners for all the competitions in each category on April 14. The results would be sent to the email addresses of the participants. Cash prize would be distributed to the students, who secure first three places in each competition in all the categories and these cash prize would be sent to their account numbers. Participation certificate would also be sent to all the students to their email address," said Elangovan.


Since the main points about those competitions had been shared via social media, there's a excellent response as students from across the state are sending their works, he added.


Similarly, the inspector of police of Panagudi police station in Tirunelveli district, A Shahul Hameed is also organizing such competitions for the folks within the police station limits to stay them engaged.


Shahul Hameed instructed NewsTread that he had get a hold of a number of projects to make the folks keep inside of their properties and had organized drawing competitions for the children, making a song competitions for disabled other people and poem writing competitions for the folks within the police station limits.




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