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KCT Group Art Awards

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About The Project

"Every artist was first an amateur.” ― Ralph Waldo Emerson

A students arts award to support young talent and encourage them to follow their passion and make a career out of being an artist

KCT Group Trust’s commitment to the arts and arts education in India, resulted in a partnership between the KCT Group Trust and The Sculpture Park at Madhavendra Palace, to create a student art award in Jaipur, one of India’s leading art and design hubs. The awards aim to highlight emerging young talent in Rajasthan while encouraging young adults to follow their passion and make a career out of being an artist. KCTGT wants to nurture and support the art system in the country so that artists can find a platform to showcase their work.


The awards were given to students studying the field of art and design in three categories with a cash prize for winners and runners up in each category. An exhibition of the selected works alongside an announcement of awardees was held at Jawahar Kala Kendra, Jaipur on 11 December 2019. 


4000 +

Total Samples Tested

Including Water, PCR & Soil





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850 +



Meet the

2D category


Winner -Anuja Mandal
Rajasthan school of art


Winner- Mukesh Kumar
Rajasthan school of art

3D category


Winners - MaitrikSatara                  - GSD 


Runner up- Aadhya Bhatia                     - IICD

Design category


Winners -
Jerusha Saptech- IICD


Runner's up-
Shreya Bafna - GSD 

Meet the

The Sculpture park team with jury.JPG

From Left To Right:

Ms. Mugdha Sinha, Secretary for the Department of Science and Technology, Rajasthan
Ms. Nitasha Thapar, Director, KCT Group Trust
Ms. Geetanjali Kasliwal, Managing Director of ANANTAYA
Mr. Peter Nagy, Curator and Co-Founder, The Sculpture Park at Madhavendra Palace

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