Even the smallest of appreciation means a great deal of encouragement to our artists. It helps them to live a highly creative life, without any bother to what they don’t have. Every achievement makes them to work harder and challenge themselves to do much better than the last time.

A good choice of subject is one of the keys to a successful dissertation . Care must be taken in choosing the subject if it is not imposed by the professor. The dissertation is not only used to assess the student’s analytical capacity, but it is also an opportunity for him to show his mastery of the subject and the knowledge acquired during the training. It is, therefore, better to end up with a subject that you master perfectly. Once the subject has been chosen, it is necessary to think of acquiring a methodology, appropriate to the objective of the dissertation. Indeed, the methodology which consists of a set of methods varies according to the type of memory. We must start by formulating the problem, click for info proposing methods such as bibliographic research, data collection, field surveys. Then start the preliminary work without delay. Because the dissertation is a long-term job and one that can prove to be time-consuming, you have to organize yourself well so as not to miss the deadline. For this, you must know the volume of work relating to the writing of the thesis. Then, list the milestones and assign a deadline. Establishing a calendar of activities is a tip to adopt if you want to succeed in your dissertation because it allows you to assess the progress of research work.

Sunitha Thrippanikkara receives Presidential award

Mouth Artist Sunitha Thrippanikkara received the Outstanding Creative Adult Person with Disabilities award from Ramnath Kovind, the President of India.

Janarthanan Kesavan receives the Mastery Award

Mouth Artist Janarthanan Kesavan was honored with the Mastery award in 2015. He was presented this award by the Grammy award winner AR Rahman.

Jesfer Pulikkathody meets the Crown Prince of Dubai

Mouth Painter, Jesfer Pulikkathody presented the Crown Prince Hamdan bin Mohammed a 15sq.ft portrait of him and his father, The Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE, Sheikh Mohammed. The portrait is Jesfer’s way of expressing gratitude to Sheikh Mohammed for his continued support to people with special needs.

Manjibhai Ramani presents Salman Khan with a Portrait.

Bollywood actor Salman Khan received a portrait from our mouth artist Manjibhai Ramani during IBN7’s Nation award ceremony in Mumbai.

Manoj Bhingare meets PM Narendra Modi

Manoj Bhingare our mouth artist from Gujrat had an opportunity to meet India’s Prime Minister, Mr. Narendra Modi. Upon meeting Manoj handed the PM with a painting in which he is sitting with his mother.

Nadeem Shaikh felicitates Uddhav Thackeray

During Pamex 2015 International Exhibition, Foot painter Nadeem Shaikh gifted the Chief of Shiv Sena, Uddhav Thackeray with a portrait of his father and the founder of the party, Bal Thackeray. 

Bandenawaz Nadaf receives the Bharat Prerna award

Bharat Prerna Award honours those who have come out of there restrictions, mentally and physically, to reach great heights and have shown extraordinary feats of courage. Bandenawaz Nadaf received Bharat Prerna Award 2018 for being an accomplished foot painter and sportsman.

Megh Mandal Sansthan felicitate Nadeem Shaikh

Nadeem Shaikh awarded by Megh Mandal Sansthan

Foot Artist Nadeem Shaikh was felicitated by Megh Mandal Sansthan on his venture as an artist who broke barriers to reach the best of his capabilities. He stands as a role model to every differently abled and was appreciated for making such small changes that may be big ones to others.

Ganesh Kumar appreciated by Shriya Saran

Visiting an art exhibition, Indian actress and model Shriya Saran was deeply moved by the mouth painter Ganesh Kumar, who was giving a live demonstration. She took out time to acknowledge his art and appreciated him on showing that there are no boundaries that can restrict us.