Tribune News Service
Bathinda, November 18
English Finishing School, Bathinda, organised a prize distribution ceremony for Crown Face 2019 at Mother’s Pride School here on Monday. As many as 660 students participated in the event. It was an online contest on account of Children’s Day where top three liked pictures of kids were declared as winners on November 14.
There were four categories of different age groups from 0-14 years. In the first category, Tanush Bansal got the first prize by getting 1,390 likes, second prize went to Krishav Rai Sethi with 1,279 likes and third prize was bagged by Nyra Handa with 670 likes.
In the second category, Aaradhya Jain got the first prize by getting 1,390 likes, second prize went to Yohanse Sachdeva with 1,185 likes and third prize was bagged by Sargun Khurmi with 1,082 likes.
In the third category, Rehmat got the first prize by getting 1,390 likes, second prize went to Navnika with 1,279 likes and third prize was bagged by Divyansh.
In the fourth category, Shitiz Verma got the first prize by getting 1,685 likes, second prize went to Deevanshi Goyal with 1,435 likes and third prize was bagged by Deekshita with 1,188 likes.
Yogita Bajaj, director, English Finishing School, congratulated the winners, their parents and thanked everyone for their enthusiastic participation.
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