Rashtriya Balrang programme to have better arrangements
Sunday - December 9, 2018 1:55 am , Category : MADHYA PRADESH
Commissioner Public Instructions reviews preparations
Bhopal: Commissioner Public Instructions Jayshree Kiyavat has directed the officers of various departments to make better arrangements in coordination with Rashtriya Balrang to be organized in the Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangralahaya in Bhopal. The Commissioner was addressing a meeting held today to review the preparations for Balrang. The Rashtriya Balrang will be held from December 19 to 21. Children from schools from different states of the country will be presenting cultural programmes.
It was informed at the meeting that there will be literary, cultural competition for Madrasa and disabled children at the division level under the State level competition on December 19 during Balrang. The inauguration ceremony of the Rashtriya Balrang will be held on December 20 at 10 a.m. while the concluding ceremony will be on December 21 at 3 pm.
It was informed in the meeting that officers besides nearly 600 children from 7 North Eastern States and 16 states will be taking part in the Rashtriya Balrang. These children will present folk dances of their provinces. It was told at the meeting that the Laghu Bhrat exhibition and Samarth Bharat would be the special attraction of the Balrang. About 5 to 6 thousand children engage in daily activities during the Balrang. It was informed that the literary competition comprises self-composed poetry recital, debate, prashna-manch, extempore speech and sulekh prominently.
Prominent programmes in the cultural contest include light music, instrumental, classical dance, folk song and folk dance. The Sanskrit contest comprises dance-drama, Ved recital, speech and essay, madrasa contest includes ghazal, qawwali, essay writing prominently. Prominent among contest for disabled children will be light music, instrumental, dance, mono acting and group acts.
Commissioner Public Instructions reviewed the residential, food and transport arrangements for the children.-Window To News