Pearl Academy of Fashion declared the winners of annual national contest 'Creative Pearls 3'
New Delhi, February 25, 2011
Pearl Academy of Fashion, India's leading fashion and design institute declared today the result of "Creative Pearls 3" after a multi stage of selection process. Creative Pearls is an annual initiative from Pearl Academy of Fashion and is aimed at encouraging creativity and design thinking among school students.
More than 1300 students of class X, XI & XII from 208 schools across the country participated in this national level competition this year in different categories. The basic aim behind this endeavor was to promote the talents of young school students of the country through a bouquet of creative competitions like Essay writing, T-shirt designing, Bag paper painting and Mobile video making.
Speaking on the occasion, Dr. A.K.G. Nair, Group Director, Pearl Academy of Fashion said, "We are extremely happy with the overwhelming response that we received for Creative Pearls 3. The objective is to nurture the future professionals in this area, and to accelerate the process of enrichment by providing them a common and effective platform to show their creativity. This year, we have received much more participation as compared to last year. The increasing enthusiasm and craze amongst the students motivate us to take this forward in coming years."
Creative Pearls is an annual inter-school competition from Pearl Academy of Fashion which intends to provide students with a common platform to expose their creativity in a bigger dimension. Purpose is to encourage creativity and design thinking among school students. This year online voting was also a part of selection where 1,152 people have registered for voting and 874 people voted for various categories for multiple competitions
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