Gwalior Art Culture News The winner of painting on the ill effects of drugs

Publish Date: | Wed, 30 Jun 2021 02:38 PM (IST)

Gwalior Art Culture News: Gwalior, Naidunia Representative. Association of Gwalior Youth Society and Composition Committee on Tuesday announced the winners of the painting competition held on drug de-addiction day. The participants involved were divided into three parts according to age. He was given different subjects for painting. Association President Sanjay Katthal informed that in the first category, Tarika Aggarwal, Sanjana Mangal and Bhavani Rangang were declared winners. In the second category, Bipasha Chaurasia, Kajal Sharma and Srishti Rajput were the winners. In the third category, Aaradhya Sharma got the first place, Shivam Tagore in the second and Ayush Sisodia got the third place. Special awards will be given to Aditya Singh Chauhan, Sankalp Sisodia, Nandani Sharma, Neelam Palia, Partha Goswami, Ayushi Goyal, Satakshi Bhargava, Meet Gabra and Maanvi Kori. All the winning participants will be rewarded on July 3 at 10:30 am in the food court located at DD Mall. Apart from this, prizes will be given to the winners of previous competitions. Due to the guidelines of Corona, it was decided to deliver the prizes of all the winners at their homes, but now the city has been unlocked.

Now is the time to learn from the best: The Indian Institute of Tourism and Travel Management (IITTM) started a two-day online workshop on Adventure Tourism from Tuesday. 200 participants attended its inaugural session. Vishwas Makhija, President, Expert Adventure Tour Operators Association of India, Captain Pankul Mathur, Arrow Club of India, Sedwin Mains, General Manager, Lavasa City and Col JS Dhillon, Indian Institute of Skiing and Mountaineering Gulmarg were present as guests. Subject matter expert Makhija emphasized on giving special importance to safety and security measures. Also keep your thoughts about India matching the changes taking place at the international level. He cited the example of Tracker Info Management System (TIMS) adopted by Nepal and said that India should also adopt this new technology. Captain Mathur spoke of adopting a visionary approach for the development of aero sports in India based on his experiences. According to him, we have to move forward with the thinking of learn from the best. He emphasized on developing adventure activities. They believe that such activities prove helpful in connecting tourists. On this occasion the Director of the Institute, Prof. Dr. Alok Sharma, Principal Officer of NIWSA Goa IITTM Prof. Suthishna Babu, Principal Officer of Noida Center Dr. Pawan Gupta and Principal Officer of Gwalior Center Dr. Saurabh Dixit were present.

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