Deepalaya Children Showcase Their Talent at “Navoudit 2018” Children’s Carnival
Deepalaya believes in all-round development of children. We always encourage co-curricular activities and provide our children with various platforms to showcase their latent talents in a variety of fields. On 28th October 2018, students from three of our project locations—Deepalaya Sanjay Colony, Deepalaya Gole Kuan, and Deepalaya SQEP Project (SDMC Primary School, near Okhla Water Tank) took part in a children’s carnival called “Navoudit”, organized by not-for-profit organization — Youth For Seva. The carnival was organized at the premises of Maitreyi College in New Delhi, with an objective to furbish the cultural and extracurricular talents of children from underprivileged backgrounds and enhance their self-confidence and creative skills by exposing them to a non-judgmental yet competitive atmosphere.
The logistics arrangement was done by Youth For Seva. The students were picked up from the respective projects; they were accompanied by a total of six teachers. When they reached Maiteryi College, the students were amazed to see a huge gathering of around 2000 children who came from various parts of Delhi-NCR to participate in the carnival. For some of our students, it was first time they were witnessing something this big. They enjoyed the vibrant atmosphere to the fullest.
Deepalaya students participated in four competitions — Group Dance, Rangoli Making, Drawing, and Wealth from Waste. Sneha Das from DLCSC won 3rd Prize in drawing competition, Vidya of VIth standard (student of remedial classes at DLCGK) was highly appreciated on stage for the beautiful painting she made. In the Rangoli competition, Priyanka and Khushi from Gole Kuan jointly won 3rd prize for their unique creativity.
While the prize winners were felicitated with medals, all the students who took part in the competitions were given participation certificates. A shield was also awarded to Deepalaya for encouraging kids to participate in the programme. Hereafter, the students were provided with snacks and dropped back to their homes.