Express Zenith organises drawing competition with Covid awareness as theme

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Express Zenith organises drawing competition with Covid awareness as theme

Children from different age groups took part in the competition

Express Zenith organises drawing competition with Covid awareness as theme

Noida: To shed the negativity spread during the pandemic, the Express Zenith, a residential society in Sector 77, Noida, conducted a virtual kids drawing competition with ‘Covid-19 awareness’ as the theme. Children from different age groups took part in the competition.

The event “EZ Virtual Drawing Competition’ was organised by Kinder e-Steps, a virtual program for pre-school kids, run by Program Coordinator Swagata Chel in association with Express Zenith’s Apartment Owners Association (AOA) for resident kids up to 12 years and sponsored by www.GyanSanchar.com and www.YoungIdeapreneurs.com.

The theme of the drawings was based on spreading Corona pandemic awareness and the effect these unprecedented times had on our lives. All the registered participants turned up for the event and  whole-heartedly participated with the help of their elders to make them attend a 1-hour Zoom meeting scheduled from 12 pm to 1 pm on May 16, 2021. Drawing results were judged by an external art teacher Neha Aggarwal who was present during the event as an observer.

Pinkey Patel, mother of Maira Sharma said, “This competition was a very engaging activity for the kids as they all are stuck at home for at least one year and from this, they will explore their creativity and convey the message on Covid awareness. Children from different age groups gave their best input. It was a good event, even kids enjoyed it a lot because they were able to see each other and interact through Zoom.”

Surbhi, mother of Smayan Kesarwani said, “My kid was really very excited about this competition. During this pandemic, they are locked at their homes for a year. This particular epidemic has  affected their life as well. Such kinds of competitions bring creativity in kids also and they all try to interact with each other and enjoy a lot through Zoom.”