The Bold Voice of J&K

National Bal Rang from today; 21 states including J-K to participate

0 53

BHOPAL: School Education Department and Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya will jointly organise state-level Bal Rang on January 9. On the first day, various state-level activities will be held. National Bal Rang will be inaugurated on January 10 and conclude on January 11. Bal Rang will be splashed with multi-hued colours on the premises of Manav Sangrahalaya and Aavriti Manch Gallery. Mini India Exhibition on the theme “Glorious India” will be put up during the event where historic and cultural heritage of 28 states will be displayed.
At Bal Rang, boy and girl students of schools, madarsas, instiutions of disabled, Yoga education and commercial educational institutions will participate in craft exhibition displaying various welfare schemes of government. They will recite patriotic poems and participate in various activities including conservation of life, urban culture, folk dance, Parv Utsav, literary and cultural programmes, Model Village, Smart City, Children’s Court, Children’s Police, Child Protection Commission, Bal Sabha, Children’s Library, Children’s Science Centre, Bal Rang Forum, Children’s Cultural Club, Swachchh Madhya Pradesh-Vikasit Madhya Pradesh, Swasth Bharat, Children’s Cinema, sports club, agriculture, horticulture, disaster management, skill development, children’s traffic etc.
National Folk Dance Competitions on January 10-11 will be main attraction of Bal Rang. Students of 21 states of the country including Himachal Pradesh, Gujarat, Chandigarh, Haryana, Bihar, Jammu-Kashmir, Puducherry, Arunachal Pradesh, Mizoram, Nagaland, Assam, Kerala, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Punjab, Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh, Daman & Diu, Manipur, Meghalaya and Madhya Pradesh will present colourful programmes. Cadets of NCC and Scout-Guide will look after arrangements at the venue.
Students from all over the country attending Bal Rang will be taken to cultural, heritage and tourism spots in and around Bhopal. Participating students will start arriving at Bhopal from January 8. Lodging and food arrangements for them will be made at Gujarati Samaj Bhavan, Maharashtra Samaj Bhavan and Narmada Mandir. At Bal Rang, School Education Minister Shri Paras Jain will confer Gallantry Award, citation and trophy to Kumari Abhiruchi Shrivastava of Gwalior.

Leave a comment
WP Twitter Auto Publish Powered By :