Open art competition for PwDs at The Heritage

Open art competition for PwDs at The Heritage
Tribal Vision GS Abel Assumi, Imprint proprietor Lelo Mero and Tribal Vision chairman Surhüveyi Tetseo at the press conference. (NP)
Correspondent KOHIMA, Nov 18 (NPN) | Publish Date: 11/18/2019 10:23:30 AM IST

Tribal Vision in collaboration with Tourism department, Nagaland and partnering with Imprint will organise an open art competition for persons with disabilities (PwDs) on the theme “Green environment” on December 7 at the Heritage Kohima. 

Tribal vision chairman Surhüveyi Tetseo in a press conference mentioned that this event is being organised with an aim to create and give opportunity. He stated that they chose this theme to spread awareness about how the environment is getting worse and worse every passing day.  

They want to spread the message through the especially able people and to show that “we care for this world and also for the tourist who will be visiting us during the hornbill.”   First prize is Rs.15,000, second - Rs 10,000, third Rs.5,000 and two consolations of Rs.2000. Organisers informed that one can collect the forms at D Cafe or mail at or contact at 94362 45330.

Tribal vision is a group created by few Naga self employed youths with similar dreams of promoting work culture, opportunities and encouraging younger generation to know that one can find solution for livelihood even in private sector and not depend on government job. 


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