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  PARTICIPATING SCHOOLS
1
 Point Option High School
 Virginia. USA
2
 C S Ramachary Memorial   Matriculation School
 Madurai, India
3
 Wako Kokusai High School
 Wako. Japan
 
 
 
 
VIDEO CONFERENCING
Video Conferencing 1

Video Conference with "Wako Kokusai High School, Wako. Japan" School students on 11th Feb 2010 discussing about the Formal Introduction & Project topic selection
 
 
Video Conferencing 2

Video Conference with "Wako Kokusai High School, Wako. Japan" School students on 11th Feb 2010 discussing about the Formal Introduction & Project topic selection
 
 

Rangoli Competition

Rangoli Competition - for GVC Students - 9th January 2010, Saturday

Rangoli
Rangoli is the popular floor art of India. It is an auspicious art of decorating courtyards and prayer halls in India, drawn mainly by women and girls. Rice flour, sandstone or limestone powder is used to draw a rangoli. The designs are then colored with various colored powdered dyes. Although this floor-art is known as Rangoli commonly in many parts of India, it is known as Kolam in Tamil Nadu, Muggulu in Andhra pradesh, Rangavalli in Karnataka, Poovidal or Pookalam in Kerala, Chowkpurana in Uttar Pradesh, Madana in Rajasthan, Aripana in Bihar and Alpana in Bengal.

 
Topic : Amazing Ocean
 

Face Painting

Face Painting Competition - Aim : To create a awareness for current & Future environment in Ocean

Face Painting
Face painting is applying a design to the face, using brushes and paints suitable for use on the skin. Face painting is common at festivals and parties for children. The designs may be very simple or extremely complex. It takes a great deal of practice to be able to work with the contours of the human face and create an animal face from it. Being able to blend the face paint colors well enough to look realistic also takes a lot of practice. Simple face painting designs that are quick to wash off can still be a lot of fun for kids. Face painting can add to the festive feeling of an event or party.

 
 
Video: CSR
 
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