The Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage (INTACH) organizes various competitions throughout the year.
Their purpose is to institutionalize the conservation of the unprotected architectural heritage all over India.
In a competition called ‘Badge Making’ which was conducted on World Population Day, Hitanshi Kewlani of class 9 from Centre Point School, Wardhaman Nagar, stood third. She received a certificate for her effort.
In another competition, the participants were asked to send an article based on ‘Fibre Fusion’. Mustafa Hirani’s contribution for this competition was given the title of the ‘best entry’ for his effort. This young class 7 student was given a certificate and a book as a prize.
Both these young Heritage Club members were mentored by Nisreen Sabir. The principal, Kanchan Ukey congratulated them and wished them all the very best for their future endeavours.