Lucknow : In the second phase of debate competition on environmental topics organized by Hunar Creations Craft Association, students of 25 prestigious schools of the capital will compete for the titles on October 20 at Lucknow Public Collegiate Ashiana. The competition will be inaugurated by the Principal Secretary Culture and Tourism Mukesh Meshram at 10.30 am. Deputy Chief Minister Brajesh Pathak will award trophies and certificates to the winners who come first.
On behalf of the association, the convener Zafar Nabi said that in the meeting chaired by Deputy Chief Minister Brajesh Pathak as the patron of the organization, the Hunar Creations Craft Association, which is constantly striving for the advancement of art and culture, under the Avadh Festival, in the order of the Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav. It was decided to organize a debate competition in two phases in order to provide a platform to children and young talents in the direction of environmental protection.
After the completion of the first phase of the competition, in 25 selected schools of the capital, students of class IX and X will give speeches in the first group and students of classes 11 and 12 in the second group. On environmental protection as well as language development- ‘Clean environment is good investment not cost’, ‘It is good economics to ensure good environment’, ‘Tourism promotes pluralistic culture along with economic development’ and ‘Tourism culture not at the cost of ‘; Competition will be held on these four subjects in the last phase on Thursday, October 20 and the winners will be awarded with mementoes and certificates.
Certificates will be given to all the participants. In relation to this competition which underlines cultural, environmental and linguistic pride, Nabi said that Delhi Public School, Pioneer Montessori Inter College, Seth MR Jaipuria School, Cathedral Senior Secondary School will be present in this competition to be held in Lucknow Public Collegiate Ashiana, Bhonwal Convent School, Vardan International Academy, Central Academy, Kunwar Global School, Lucknow Public School, Navyug Radiance, SDSN Public School, Lucknow International Public School, APS Academy, Akshar Jyoti Public School, Goenka Public School, Amity International School and The Millennium School students will participate.
He told that before the Corona period, the last event was dedicated to the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi. After the competition, this year’s event in the sequel of Awadh Festival is proposed here at Surya Auditorium of the Cantonment.