Rawalpindi, Girls remained dominant in divisional art competition arranged by Punjab Council of the Arts in collaboration with School Education Department in which 8 positions out of 9 clinched by girls of Rawalpindi, Chakwal, Jehlum and Attock district. The competition was held in three category of Primary, Elementary and Secondary level. Senior artist Shehnaz Akram and District Office (SE) Muhammad Saeed Ch graced the prize distribution ceremony as chief guests flanked by Director Arts Council Waqar Ahmed. In primary level, Urwa from Attock bagged first, Amara Zafar from Jehlum got second and Malaika Bibi from Chakwal remained third in divisional art competition. Similarly in elementary level, Afifa Mughal from Jehlum was first, Zainab Ashfaq from Rawalpindi second and Maria from Attock secured third position while Areeba Sajid from Rawalpindi got first, Kiran Rashid from Jehlum second and Danish Farid from Rawalpindi remained third in secondary level divisional art competition. Addressing at the prize distribution ceremony, District Office (SE) Muhammad Saeed Ch said that social issue were highlighted through these competition which was appreciable step. Senior artist Shehnaz Akram said that interesting subjects were given to the students for art competition. Director Waqar Ahmed said that new talent was emerged throughout Rawalpindi division. The topics for art competition was “Sarsabz Punjab” for primary level, “Dengue ko mat, Safai k sath” for elementary level and “Taleem sab k lye” for secondary level.