Wednesday, January 8, 2014

The Young Sparks Students Mentoring Program

TATA HOUSING YOUNG SPARKS in association with Junior Writer's Bug

Via The Writer's Bug

THE JUNIOR WRITER’S BUG, a young group that fosters literary, creative and life skills in children, and CHAMPAK, India’s largest read children’s magazine, have come together to provide talented children with a platform to hone their skills in creative writing, editing and illustration.

They will get a chance to be mentored by reputed artists such as Santhini Govindan, Priya Kuriyan, Abhijeet Kini and many more, for a period of three months and get their work published by India’s leading children’s magazine CHAMPAK.

Selection Process
500 Children will be chosen for an interview round by an expert panel from over 20,000 children who partcipate in the first round. Amongst these 5 children in the illustration category and 5 children in creative writing and editing category will become a part of the TATA HOUSING YOUNG SPARKS mentoring program. These children will have intensive online training and guidance sessions from a panel of experts in the field of writing and illustrations. They will also get a peak into the world of publishing and editing through industry interactions. After this intensive training the works of these children will be published in India‘s leading children magazine, CHAMPAK.

Eligibility: Students from Class 6 to Class 8.

Click here to read more about the program.

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