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Monday, 15 July 2013 12:34

Award presentation to the Prize Winner from India of XIII-th Open Russian National Festival and Contest for Young Gifted Children, 4th July 2013

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Charitable Foundation “Children of Russia” organized a Drawing/Painting competition  “XIII Open Russian National Festival and Contest for Young Gifted Children” (Almaznye Grani, Diamond facets) from 1st February  to  20th  April  2012. They  invited  participation  of  children in the age group 10-13 years from all members’ countries of World Federation of UNESCO Clubs, Centers and Associations (WFUCA). CUCAI being member of WFUCA invited participation of children from India. Students of various schools in India participated in the contest. Two students, Nandini Yadav of Bal Bharati Public School, Dwarka Branch, and  Farahn Bakht Ahmed of Raghubir Singh Junior Modern School, Humayun Road, New Delhi were declared prize winners from India.

Mr. Dhirendra Bhatnagar, Secretary General CUCAI, handed over the prize comprising of a certificate and set of famous Nesting Dolls of Russia and addressed the school assembly on 4th July 2013.

Best UNESCO Club Award to Gyan Mandir Public School, Nairana Vihar, 5th July 2013

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Best UNESCO Club Award was presented to Mrs. Sumati Anand Director of UNESCO Club and Principal of Gyan Mandir Public School, Naraina Vihar, New Delhi. In recognition of multifarious activities organized by the school UNESCO Club under her leadership. The award was presented by Mr. Dhirendra Bhatnagar, Secretary General  CUCAI, during  the  school assembly on 5th July 2013. The UNESCO Club members presented a skit on Gender Sensitization and an inspiration  song during the award ceremony.

(Best  UNESCO Club/Association Award has been instituted in memory of Late Shri Jiya Lal  Jain, Founder of United Schools Organization of India (USO) and his wife Late Smt. Resham Devi Jain by the USO Trust (Regd). New Delhi

Celebration of VAN MAHOTSAV (Forest Festival) Tree Plantation Drive, 5th July 2013

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Van Mahotsav (Forest Festival) is celebrated in the 1st week of July. In some places it is celebrated throughout  July, even in August and September  as well. During  this festival,  which  falls during monsoon, millions of trees are planted. This festival was initiated in the year 1950 by the then Union Minister for Agriculture and Food, Mr. K. M. Munshi to create  enthusiasm among people for forest conservation and tree plantation.

This year the Van Mahotsav was celebrated on 5th July 2013 by the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) and Centre for Environment (CEE) at Siri Fort Complex in South Delhi. CUCAI was asked by the Centre for Environment (CEE) to join hands in inviting schools to participate in the tree plantation drive. Students from several schools in Delhi and NCR participated in the festival and planted tree at Siri Fort Complex. Director General of ASI, Mr. Pravin Srivastava, IAS and other officials of ASI and CEE addressed the gathering and joined the tree plantation drive.

 

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