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Painting on ‘energy conservation’

Painting on ‘energy conservation’
Winners and officials at the state level painting competition on Thursday. (NP)
Correspondent KOHIMA, Nov 14 (NPN) | Publish Date: 11/14/2019 11:31:12 AM IST

The 14th state level painting competition on energy conservation under National campaign on energy conservation was held at East Gate Hotel, here on Wednesday. 

The competition was organised by Bureau of energy Efficiency (BEE) with nodal agency North Eastern Electric Power Corporation Ltd. (NEEPCO). 

Nodal officer, Laishram Yaimaba Khuman called for more participation by reminding the students that through these kinds of events hidden talents can be explored. He said the aim of the competition was to bring awareness and spread the message on energy conservation from early age. Khuman also expressed happiness to witness students from the remote areas taking part in the competition. The competition was held in two categories A (Class 4-6) and B (Class 7-9), where 50 students from each category were chosen from competition held in their schools. He informed that three students from each category will be chosen to compete in the national level where parents will be allowed to accompany them to Delhi on December 12. 

The second session was graced by Srinavas C, where he also encouraged students to grab the opportunity.

The jury for the competition were deputy secretary school education department, Zeneikhonuo V. Mero, Retd. Director (Art.) Vilalhou Noudi, Redt.Deputy director (Art) , Tali Yanger Ozukum, Sr. artist , Art and Culture, Neivotuo Kehyo, Art Curator, Andy Sekhose and freelance artist, Vineizotuo Tase. 

Micheal Yeptho, who won the 3rd prize in national level from category A in 2017 and also won the 3rd prize in category B state level, said he was excited and encouraged to see the message on the importance of conservation of energy for the betterment of the future generation spread through painting. 

 The winner in category A were first- Yeputoli H Yepthomi of Holy Cross Higher Secondary School, Dimapur, second- Ruokuosalie of Bayavu Higher Secondary School, Peren; third- Bhammi Hazarika of St. Mary’s Higher Secondary School, Dimapur. In category B, the first position was bagged by Olivi H. Yepthomi of Holy Cross Higher Secondary School Dimapur, second by Lhusuto Medeo of Government High School Yoruba and third by Micheal Yeptho from St. Mary’s Higher Secondary School Dimapur. 

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