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Skill development Clay Modeling Training Workshop and 2nd Cleanliness, today in IGRMS, Bhopal

Saturday - September 15, 2018 10:34 pm , Category : BHOPAL

Bhopal: On today, Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya, Bhopal under skill development Clay Modeling Training Workshop and 2nd Cleanliness fortnight-2018 was jointly inaugurated by Director, IGRMS, Prof Sarit Kumar Chaudhuri, Joint Director, Shri Dilip Singh and registered participants with lighting lamp at Rock Art conference hall, IGRMS.

Mr. Dilip Singh gave the welcome speech, said that Cleanliness has a great effect on the country's ecology, employment, economy, equality. He gave the example of foreign tourists coming to India.

On this occasion, Program Coordinator Shri Pramod Sharma said that "Clay modelling is the art of adding soil to soil. Even if these potteries are not used in Indian families but there is a interest is increasing of this art in the youth. People are using it as an interior decoration and decorative items."  Mr. Dulichand Manna told that First 3D clay modelling, secondly Molding and Casting (Plaster of Paris) and third Finishing and painting work will be done in this 03-month workshop.

Prof. Sarit Kumar Chaudhuri said that "Cleanliness is our collective responsibility. IGRMS is an institution of learning and it is also an empowerment institute. A skill development program being done started from today. This program will be helpful in developing skills of registered participants and providing opportunity in the field of interior decoration, mural making and replica industries". He gave information about establishing a cultural interpretation centre at the home of Mary Kom (Indian Olympic Boxer) in Manipur and starting a 01-year diploma course on museum studies.

Registered 20 participants introduced themselves and giving information about our aim of participating in the workshop. The programme was coordinated by Mr. Deepak Kumar Chaudhari and Mr. Mohammed Rehan gave the vote of thanks.-Window To News
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