National Painting Competition
The National Painting Competition was started
by ICCW in 1981 with the dual objective of creating
in children aesthetics and heighten consciousness
on harmony and beauty.
The Competition is conducted for normal and differently abled children at the State level in three categories. Normal children
(5-8 years , 9-12 years & 13-16 years)
Two groups of the differently abled children-
Yellow Group (5-10 years) and Red Group ( 11-18 years)
further sub-divided into specific sub-groups for spastic/multiple disability,
mentally challenged, visually impaired, speech/hearing impaired children.
The Competition is conducted by the State/Union Territory Councils
of ICCW all over the country.
The best five prize winning entries in each group/sub-group
are sent to ICCW for the final selection.
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