City students bag awards at international expo

HYDERABAD: Six students of Sanskriti, a rural art centre near here, bagged several awards at the 13th International Child and Youth Art Exhibition which recently concluded in Poland. Ten-year-

Published: 05th March 2012 06:41 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:29 PM   |  A+A-

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One of the winning paintings at the 13th International Child and Youth Art Exhibition.

HYDERABAD: Six students of Sanskriti, a rural art centre near here, bagged several awards at the 13th International Child and Youth Art Exhibition which recently concluded in Poland. Ten-year-old A Keerthana bagged the special award while G M Anusha, A Rishitej, J Praveen Kumar, S Sekhar and G Vinod Kumar bagged medallions and diplomas.

Another group of eight children including M Munika Reddy, A Sai Kiran, A Shreetej, R Kavya, A Harender, A Vamsikiran, R Kalpana and B Jyoshna also won prizes for their paintings and linocuts.

More than 10,000 children from 49 countries took part in the event.

From India alone, 491 children participated while eight of them won awards.

Sanskriti was established in 1992 at Hyderguda by Young Envoys International

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