Samagra Shiksha, Kamrup collaborated with Bharti Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Bharti Enterprises, to organize two different events for the primary, elementary and secondary students as a part of 74th Independence Day celebrations.
Rang Tarang a block & district level poster making cum slogan writing competition on the theme of patriotism was organized keeping in mind the current guidelines. All submissions were done online. About 100 students participated and out of final 18 block level winners and seven district level winners were selected by the Jury.
Result was declared by the Kamrup Deputy Commissioner Kailash Karthik N. Speaking on the occasion, Karthik N said: “It is very heartening to see such beautiful performances performed by the children. The initiative taken by SSA, Kamrup and Bharti Foundation to engage students to bring out their talents and providing them a platform to perform is highly appreciable. It is definitely very innovative and inspiring for others to follow.”
‘Kon- Maina Sora’, a virtual cultural program platform that provides opportunities for the students to showcase their singing, yoga & recitation talent was also organized. On August 15, 50 district level students showcased their talent on this virtual platform.
Speaking about the initiative, Binu Nair, chief – programs operations, Bharti Foundation said: “As we celebrate our 74th Independence Day and salute all those who made this a reality, we must as a nation invest in preparing our children for future and equip them with real life skills keeping a firm eye towards our future. Bharti Foundation is making a small effort through its quality support program as it is working with over 800 government schools today towards this objective. These initiatives in Assam are a part of our commitment to this cause of making the India of the future, ready to take on the future.”