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Care for Nature for secondary school students from classes 6th to 9th at the Government Girls High School, Srikakulam on 20th November Students from 8 schools attended.
In his opening remarks, Mr D. Dharmarao, Convenor explained the aims and objectives of the programme. They supported it with creative material including posters, paintings, collages, films and even photographs.
At the end Mementoes were given to guests. They also conducted the Harit Sankalp: Also on this occasion, Dr. Later the programme concluded with Prize distribution. The students visited the world- renowned Rampur Library where the Director Prof.
The students were told about the various techniques used in the conservation and restoration of manuscripts and paintings. He was accompanied by Mrs Sarla Gupta.
The Chief Guest flagged off the Runners at 9 am. The competition was inaugurated with a welcome speech by Moby Sara Zachariah. Bhatia, Head of Chapter division who was also present in the function to encourage the students and spoke about INTACH, its chapters and its divisions.
INTACH heritage club students wrote their essays on any one natural heritage feature of Delhi and their suggestions to save it.
They supported it with creative material including posters, paintings, collages,films and even photographs. It was conducted by Mr.
Faisal Alkazi, an eminent theatre and television director. He is also an educationist, counsellor, trainer and costume designer. Twelve schools from all over the city participated. A short introductory note about Mr. Alkazi was given by Ms.
Alkazi gave a short speech on theatre and heritage spoke to the students. The workshop began with the students being divided into pairs and then given different themes to work on.
The students came up with very innovative ideas and were lauded by the audience. The workshop concluded with words of encouragement for the students by Ms.
Rajakumar who inaugurated the event and inspired the lecturers to create better cultural ambience in the colleges by utilizing the heritage clubs and develop the level of awareness in the youth which ultimately leads towards patriotism, service approach, and values in life.
A short presentation was made by Mr. Dharma Rao, convenor, Srikakulam Chapter on the various heritage sites in and around Srikakulam. This was followed by a speech by Mr. He talked about the need to preserve the monuments and their heritage.
He also stressed on the need to sustain it for the future generations. A presentation was given by Ms. The second day started with a site visit to a Buddhist site called Salihundam. After returning from the site visit two more presentations were given by Ms.
Datt and also by the partcipating teachers on the various types of heritage. The workshop concluded with a certificate distribution ceremony by Ms. Abhishek Das, Programme Coordinator had an informal meeting with the members of Vishakapatnam Chapter on November 6th, Prasad, Convenor, Vishakapatnam Chapter.
Purnima Datt gave a short brief on what Heritage Education and Communication Service does, like organising essay and painting competitions, teacher training workshops, FilmIt programme etc. A few films from the ongoing FilmIt project were shown as the there was great enthusiasm shown by the members who want to participate in it from the next session onwards.Tuhina Singh was the Regional winner from Delhi in an essay writing competition organized by 'Harit Sankalp - Care for Nature'.
She also won the Gold medal at . CHANDIGARH: The Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage organized an essay writing competition, “Harit Sankalp – Care For Nature,” at Strawberry Fields World School in Sector Harit Sankalp – Care for Nature () The project focused on promoting an understanding of natural heritage and learning to care for it among school children.
My Living Icon () This pan-India essay/paint competition focused on acknowledging any one individual from the student’s city or state who has contributed considerably to.
INTACH’s Heritage Education and Communication Service along with INTACH U.K. Trust inaugurated the essay Competition “Harit Sankalp: Care for Nature” at INTACH on the 23rd November for school students from 40 schools including both public and government schools in Delhi.
Harit Sankalp – Care for Nature () The project focused on promoting an understanding of natural heritage and learning to care for it among school children. My Living Icon () This pan-India essay/paint competition focused on acknowledging any one individual from the student’s city or state who has contributed considerably to.
participated in the competition 'Harit Sankalp- Care for Nature'.The topics chosen by our students were rainwater harvesting, Jahangirpuri marshes and Asala Bhatti wildlife.