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Dimapur, Nagaland

Students taught on craft-making

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By EMN Updated: Jan 31, 2020 11:25 pm
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Students and staff of DMI St. Joseph Global School during the two-day co-scholastic activity programme which concluded on January 31.

Dimapur, Jan. 31 (EMN): DMI St. Joseph Global School organised a two-day co-scholastic activity on work and art education on January 30 and the 31st to help students enhance their creativity.

The activities included art and crafts, and product-making under the guidance of Tolino V Zhimomi, art and crafts coordinator of the school, a press statement informed. Bottle decoration with recyclable materials for girls, was held on the first day while art and craft-making activities were conducted on the second day.

“Children enthusiastically participated, making traditional art and craft materials ranging from bamboo products, tapestry, photo frames, colourful designs of various kinds, glass painting, paper crafts, ice-cream sticks craft, jute bags, flower vase to pen stand,” read the statement.

Zhimomi said that such activities would “tap the inherent creativity of the children,” and boost “motor-skills, concentration, and performance of the children in studies.”

Principal of the school Backiyaraj T informed that “CBSE has directed all schools to incorporate more activities and two periods as part of the curriculum for art education for every class. Children become more relaxed and gain confidence when involved in art and crafts education.”

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By EMN Updated: Jan 31, 2020 11:25:00 pm