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North East Art Competition on the Children's Day


Socio-cultural organization, People's Friend Foundation will celebrate the Children's Day on 14th of November, 2011 at the Nehru Park, Panbazar, Guwahati with a colourful programme. On that Occasion, an Art Competition in the NE level will be held among students from 8 am to 12 noon which will be held in three Categories. First: Age group 5-8 years, Second:Age group 9-12 years, Third: Age group13-16 years. Winners will get attractive prizes and certificates. Rather, all participants will get Certificate of Participation. Students will have to produce Age proof certificate to join in the competition. The competition will be open to students from any part of the NE States.


For Details, Students and Guardians are requested to contact over phone at 97069-28780, email at pff.india@gmail.com or at Office Secretary, People's Friend Foundation, C/O Raishmodi Enterprise, First Floor, Prag Academy Building, AIDC( Opposite DDK, Guwahati), Guwahati-24. Students will have to confirm participation by 12th of November, 2011.


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