Royal Riders organises Panting and Essay competition on environment

Royal Riders Manipur (RRM) today organised a one day spot painting and essay competition at Ima Khunthokhanbi, DM College Gate, Thangmeibandh, as a part of the 9th Mahousa Ima Lairembi Ningsing Tha, 2017.

Mahousa Ima Lairembi Ningsing Tha is a month long environmental campaign which is annually organised by RRM since 2009 with the objective of safe guarding trees and forests for a better environment.

The month long environmental campaign of RRM is being organised under the theme “Connecting people to nature” of the month long world environment day celebration of United Nations (UN).

Around 260 students took part where 9 of them in essay competition and the rest in spot painting competition which is categorised as group A for class III to V and group B for class VI to VIII.

For spot painting competition under category A, Moirangthem Thoithoiba, Class V of Regular English High School took the first position, Juliana Thoidingjam, Class V of K.V. Lamphel took second position and Khusi Aheibam, Class Vof K.V. Lamphel took third position.

Tanushree Tongbram, Class V of Shishu Nistha Niketan; Kh Trishila, Class V of Maria Montessori; Malemnganbi Ningthoujam, Class III of Sacred Heart Higher Secondary School; Angelina Ningthoujam, Class III of Bal Vidyamandir Higher Secondary School and R.K. Nishikanta, Class IV of Brighter Academy got consolation prizes.
In category B of spot painting competition, Martin Tongbram, Class VI of Pitambara English School took the first position, Venish keisham, Class VIII of Pitambara English School took second position and Onia Konsam, Class VI of Wangkhei High School took the third position.

L. Rohit Singh, Class VIII of Don Bosco, Chingmeirong; Yumlembam Udoynanda, Class VIII of Tiny Tots’ Unique School; Moirangthem Bronson, Class VIII of Sacred Heart Higher Secondary School; Jessika Arambam, Class VIII of Shishu Nistha Nikitan and Ningthoujam Monish Singh, Class VIII of Heritage Convent School got consolation prizes of the category B.
Lukanand Kshetrimayum of Maria Montessori, Sapam Jennifer of Tiny Tots’ Unique School and Lairenjam Leibaksana of Shishu Nistha Niketan took the first, second and third positions in the essay competition.

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