Young artists go green at FDDI's contest
With an aim to reveal the creative potential of young students, Footwear Design and Development Institute (FDDI), on Friday organised an Inter School T-shirt Painting Competition at its Noida Campus.
As the entire world is reeling under pollution, FDDI kept the theme of the competition 'Go Green' to encourage young participants pull their heart and soul in painting. More than 250 students from 17 schools participated in the competition. Young artists enthusiastically weaved their imagination with the strokes of brush.
Paintings were judged by faculty members of FDDI and anchor Vibhuti Pathania managed the event. Aditya Mittal from Khaitan Public School bagged the first position, Anushka Datta from Mayoor School and Harman Kaur from Guruharkishan School secured second and third position respectively. Adarsh Kumar Executive Director, FDDI gave away the prizes and motivated the students.
FDDI is a premier academic and training institution dedicated to the development and growth of the footwear, leather products, retail and fashion merchandise and fashion design sectors.
The institute plays a key role in imparting education, facilitating the Indian industry by bridging the skill gap in the areas of footwear, leather accessory and life style products, and because of its continuous contribution towards nation building, FDDI has been awarded the status of "Institute of National Importance" in the year 2017.
FDDI has also showcased the thematic and other creations by students of all departments at the 37th India International Trade Fair, Pragati Maidan, New Delhi. The stall is set up at Haryana Pavilion.
FDDI was established in 1986, under the aegis of Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India with an objective to develop Human Resources within the country by imparting appropriate knowledge and skills to promote the rapid growth of footwear and allied industry in the country. It has Pan India Presence with 12 state-of art campuses spread across the country.
FDDI has a strong alumni base and strong industry linkage. Almost all the leading industries of the country are associated with the Institute and have a tangible participation in academic matters.