CT World School student gets selected for state level painting competition
Author(s): Rajat KumarJalandhar, December 6, 2018: It was a proud moment for CT World School when Prateek Pranoy Khetawat of Grade VI brought laurels to the school by getting selected for state level painting competition on energy conservation...
Jalandhar, December 6, 2018: It was a proud moment for CT World School when Prateek Pranoy Khetawat of Grade VI brought laurels to the school by getting selected for state level painting competition on energy conservation 2018 organised by Bhakra Beas Management Board. In total 50 students from all over Punjab in category A (Grade IV to VI), he has been selected on the basis of paintings submitted.
Prateek Pranoy Khetawat is an enthusiastic learner and shows perseverance in all he does and earlier had bagged silver medal in Punjab First Budokan Karate-do Open Inter School Championship 2018 in category U-12 Kata.
On this proud moment, Madhu Sharma, Principal CT World School remarked that each of the arts has unique way making us use our senses to perceive the world. Painting helps human beings to perceive the world in a profound and unique way. She praised the efforts of Prateek and wished him best for his future.
Manbir Singh, Managing Director congratulated the young student and wished him luck for his bright future and said that it’s the first year of the school and many students are outperforming in various fields which is a positive sign for the school.