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January 07, 2020 Tuesday 05:13:01 PM IST

CBSE To Hold Art Exhibition 2019-20

National Edu News

CBSE Art Exhibition will be held at the Regional Level in different parts of the country on 22nd -23rd January and the National Level Exhibition will be held in Delhi on 4th-5th February. The theme for the art exhibition is various colours of Indian Culture. Students of classes 4 to 12 can participate. Registration:  The schools willing to participate can register upto  20th January, 2020 through CBSE Art Exhibition webportal at the link . 
Registration Fee (Non-Refundable): Rs. 1000/- per school. Medium: Sculpture / Rangoli / Heritage Craft on the theme.  

Guidelines for Participation: There can be maximum 01 entry / exhibit per category from each school.. A School Team for an entry/exhibit will be represented by  either an individual student or two students, and b. one mentor Arts teacher. The names of the students and the mentor teacher, once registered online, will not be changed at any stage of the exhibition. The school team participating at Regional Level and National Level must remain the same. 
Only eco-friendly materials to be used for exhibits. Thermacol, plastic, polythene, eatables, non-biodegradable material and any other non-eco-friendly items are not allowed for the exhibition. The exhibits will be assessed by a team of experts as per the following criteria: a. Creativity 20% b.Originality-30% c. Technical Skill, Workmanship, Craftsmanship etc.-30% d. Presentation-20%.
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