PRADARSHANI, Virtual Holiday Homework Exhibition Launched by Seth Anandram Jaipuria Schools

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27th July, UP: Buzzing the undiluted excitement of the students, Seth Anandram Jaipuria Group of Schools launched its first-ever Virtual Holiday Homework Exhibition – PRADARSHANI for students, parents and corporate guests on a virtual platform. Pradarshani is a virtual exhibition which is scheduled between July 27 till August 5.

The idea is to exhibit the efforts and skills of students and applaud their talent during this pandemic. Holidays are times when children relax and break their routines to bring freshness from the drudgery of their school timetables and take them away from academics, challenges and skill-building. So, in order to keep them well-rested yet agile with their work, showcasing their artwork and skills is imperative to keep them motivated and confident.

Smt. Anju Bobby George, Athlete and Arjuna Awardee was invited as Chief Guest and Shri Shishir Jaipuria, Chairman, Jaipuria Group was the Guest of Honor. During the webinar launch ceremony, Shri Vinod Malhotra, Advisor, Jaipuria group was invited as a special guest and Shri Anirban Bhattacharya, AVP-Partner school concluded the event with a vote of thanks.

Shri Shishir Jaipuria said “We are proud of the excellent work our students have done, even in the lockdown phase and has produced some truly outstanding artwork during this summer holiday break. In our opinion art can act as the voice of the oppressed and give them a chance to listen. Our students of smaller cities and town who don’t get such opportunities to showcase their talents. We are excited to promote the talent of our students on a platform like this.”

“ I am glad that Seth Anandram Jaipuria School is hosting such a virtual exhibition platform. This will prove as a catalyst to promote the self-confidence and morale of every child studying here” said Smt Anju Bobby George during her address.

More than 2500+ participants attended the launch ceremony over a webinar. This virtual exhibition displayed more than 100 artworks of students ranging from different age group and can be viewed at