Parindey Youth Foundation’s summer camp ‘Masti Ki Pathshala’ for underprivileged kids ends on a happy note

Report by: Nation Next Newsroom

Photojournalist: Abhishek Thakare

May 9, 2018 9:00

A 15-day summer camp called ‘Masti Ki Paathshala,’ organised by Nagpur-based NGO Parindey Youth Foundation (PYF) for underprivileged kids, ended on a happy note recently at Railway Men’s School, Ajni, Nagpur.

For 15-days, around 250 kids had a chance to learn and acquire skills of drawing, art and craft, clay art, rangoli, handwriting, dance, fun science, mehendi, etc. To impart skills to the kids, PYF roped in experts from different fields and held seven classes every day at the 3rd edition of Masti Ki Paathshala.

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On the concluding day, the kids had a chance to showcase their newly acquired skills and boy, they sure did not disappoint! They aced the different competitions organised for them. Post the competitions, the winners were felicitated. PYF also invited the parents of the kids on the concluding day. A formal exhibition was also held to showcase the creations by kids.

The competitions were followed by some spectacular dance performances by students. Dance forms like Bhangra, Bihu, Garba, Ghoomar, Laavani, and south Indian dance entertained everybody present and brought a smile to kids and elders alike!