During this event he said as to how the All India Camel Color contest although close to four decades old is as much relevant today if not more than it was before. As a matter of fact research has shown that when a child develops his/her art skills other learning faculties also get developed.
Schools will be participating in the ‘All India Camel Colour Contest’ in the month of October’13 as the registrations are on till the end of October. They would conduct their internal judging to select the best entries from the school to represent the school at the regional level. The regional level judging would take place during November’13 and will select contestants for the National tie to be held in Mumbai in mid December’13. The names of all the National Award winning entries would be put on the company website.
This contest has become a household name due to its innovative design and passionate execution. It has created a history by establishing the Guinness World Records for the largest activity in 2011 with a participation of 4.85 million participants from 6600+ schools. The participation in the All India Camel Colour Contest has touched the magical figure of 5 million in 2012.