People say, “The best way to express yourself is through art.” It just takes the right platform to showcase the talent and shine out with prosperity. Ved Parkash and Sons, a company whose long successful history speaks for itself, took the initiative and provided such a platform for the new and talented budding artists.
Ved Parkash and Sons (India) Ltd. is a renowned firm of India serving as avant-garde in the field of manufacturing best-quality paper stationery products. Ved Parkash and Sons have been one of India’s best publishing houses, dealing with the marketing of high-quality notebooks, diaries, drawing and scrapbooks, office notebooks, notepads and other stationery products. Believing that one of the secrets of effective education lies in the qualitative range of stationery products that support and enhance the education process, the company offers fascinating school products and fine office materials.

This year, Ved Parkash and Sons, with its sister concern – Evergreen Publications (India) Ltd., took a fantastic initiative for the budding kids and organized a ‘National-Level Drawing Competition’ for the students all across the nation. During this Post-Covid time, the company decided to offer the kids a platform to boost their confidence and exhibit their creativity to gain exposure. Ved Parkash and Sons organized this ‘National Drawing Competition’ through the esteemed schools of India. The company requested schools to bring forward the hidden talent of the students and support them to shine out at the National Level.
The outshining results of this wonderful initiative by Ved Parkash and Sons (EPIL) were seen earlier this week when a few schools of India took part in this ‘National Drawing Competition’ and led their students towards the ladder of a creative future.

Savera Public School, Amritsar, conducted this competition for the students of all the groups as per the competition requirements. By following the topic themes specified for the contest, the students participated in the competition with full enthusiasm to showcase their artistic sides. The students put on their creative hats and depicted their creative talent through drawing, colouring, painting and sketching various illustrations based on the topics allotted to them.
Little Nanhe Manke Public School, Punjab, also directed the competition for their kindergarten kids, who imprinted their little hands on drawing sheets and did handprint art. This way, the school introduced the kids to a national level competition and gave them a boost to be more creative and feel happy.

With a clear objective of the welfare of the fresh and talented minds, Ved Parkash and Sons is directing this competition, with no personal details of participants or related teachers required, no participation fee and seek no earnings out of this. Schools can flexibly conduct the competition as per their schedule and suitability. Schools are whole-heartily invited to participate in this ‘National Drawing Competition’ and give their students a creative pathway to show their exceptional talent.

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