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Students of this Nerul School shine in Times NIE Collage Making Competition

Participants from Apeejay School, Nerul win several awards in different categories



Anshul Rautaray of Class 5D from Apeejay School Nerul won the first prize in Junior Category in the recently held collage-making competition. At the same time, Class 3 D student Palaash Laddha was awarded with the consolation prize.  

Themed on “Be Creative” the Collage Making Competition was organised by Times NIE in association with Nexus Seawoods Grand Central Mall on the occasion of Children’s Day. 

Alongside the above-mentioned winners, Fatima Maruf from Class 9 C received the third prize. The proud winners were awarded with trophies and certificates.

To make learning fun among school students across the country, all Times NIE member schools were invited to compete at the Collage Making Competition. The event saw a whooping participation of 1250 students from over 60 schools.

The competition was held for two groups- Junior Group, consisting of students from Classes 3 to 6, and the Senior Group, comprising of students from Classes 7 to 12.

Topics for the collage making activity were ‘My Favourite Cartoon Character’ for the junior group and ‘Climate Change’ for the senior group.

The judges for the competition were Aarati Suvur, CEO of Parisar Asha, and Aditi Jha, Associate Professor at Rachana Sansad College of Applied Art and Craft and Kamani Shahani, Senior Vice President at India Head of Reinsurance Operations at Marsh and McLennan.  


The presentation of the students was highly appreciated by the judges. They prepared zealously to excel in their respective topics and their vivacity and brilliance were fully displayed in their presentations. It was a proud moment for Apeejay School, Nerul to bag many awards.

Mr Rakesh Joshi, Principal at Apeejay School, Nerul expressed, “As a part of this celebration, our kids participated in the Times NIE collage-making competition on the theme of children’s day. The day turned out to be a memorable and proud one for our school.”

Divya is a Correspondent at Apeejay Newsroom. She has a degree of Masters in Journalism and Mass Communication. She was a former sub-editor at News 24. Her passion for writing has always contributed to her professional and personal growth.