Winners of CBSE-Adobe Creative Challenge were announced at the felicitation ceremony conducted in New Delhi on 20th Jan 2020. Springdales School (Pusa Road, New Delhi), East Point School (Vasundhara Enclave, New Delhi) and Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya (Ahmednagar, Maharashtra) emerged as the winners of the ‘Creative Challenge‘ organized by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and Adobe India in the National Capital Region (NCR).
Awards: The winning teams in the three categories defined will be awarded an all-expenses-paid trip to Adobe’s global headquarters in California, USA, and the top nine schools will be awarded an annual subscription to Adobe Creative Cloud to develop their creative potential for long term growth.
Creative Challenge: The ‘Creative Challenge‘ was conducted by CBSE in collaboration with Adobe India to honor the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi. ‘Creative Challenge‘ received project entries from across 4,500 CBSE-affiliated schools from all across the country. The students were asked to showcase their creative expression, digital skills, and personal vision for portraying how Gandhian values can help the world today to prosper.
Students from 6th grade to 12th grade attended the contest to submit creative projects using Adobe Creative Cloud. They were asked to submit projects across nine themes related to sustainable development goals and the life of Mahatma Gandhi.
Felicitation ceremony for CBSE-Adobe ‘Creative Challenge‘ was conducted in New Delhi on 20th Jan 2020. Shantanu Narayen, Chairman, President, and CEO of Adobe, and Ms. Anita Karwal, Chairperson, CBSE, were among the most important dignitaries who attended the event.
Ms. Anita Karwal spoke at the event on behalf of CBSE. “CBSE in the current digital era believes that creative skills and technology are the keys to development in the long-term. The collaboration with Adobe for the Creative Challenge in schools was a milestone initiative that boosted creativity in India’s classrooms while celebrating Gandhian values.”
Shanmugh Natarajan, VP – Products, Adobe India, also spoke at the event. He said: “It is heartening to see the overwhelming participation received by the contest from schools across all corners of India – encouraging young minds to the opportunity to experience how the powerful collaboration of imagination and innovation can help them maximize their potential, and truly thrive in the long run,”