Friday, February 26, 2021

Delhi University to train 2,000 Singapore Pupils in Indian Dancing, Songs


The University of Delhi will instruct 2,000 Singapore pupils in Carnatic And Hindustani music, in addition to in Indian dance and other art forms under a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed this past week.

As part of this MoU signed almost on Thursday with Singapore Indian Fine Arts Society (SIFAS), Delhi University will also offer teaching team of their 72-year-old SIFAS accessibility to the tools and capacities of its music division.

SIFAS President K V Rao emphasized the cultural heritage shared between India and Singapore.

"Music Is a unifying force in the entire world and brings people together," said Rao in his keynote speech in the Delhi University's global seminar on'Traditional Music in Different Cultures'.

Delhi University organised the seminar on February 25-26.

"In The post-COVID-19 planet, mental health is the issue number 1 around, and audio supplies that dip, calmness and tranquility," said Rao, through a conversation on'Challenges and Opportunities in the Changing Global Scenario'.

"The cooperation with Delhi University opens new vistas into SIFAS Pupils, teachers and to people of this South East Asian area to work together," said Rao, who's also Resident Director for Tata Sons' (ASEAN area ).

"We're extremely excited to be partnering With Delhi University, among the greatest universities in India," explained SIFAS Vice President Puneet Pushkarna.

"We expect to participate in Their own (DU) programmes such as Malhar Utsav, Sadhyayan etc., and also have their pupils and educators reciprocate from the over 200 programmes that SIFAS phase yearly.

"We're also looking forward to performing some Joint research and publishing articles in their journal named Vageeshwari," explained Pushkarna, and the chairman of The Indus Entrepreneurs (TiE).

"The music section of Delhi University is Very Happy to signal its First MoU using SIFAS, that has a long standing reputation of Indian classical music and dancing," said Deepti Omcherry Bhalla, Delhi University's Dean of the Music Department.

"I Am Certain That the academic And cultural exchange programme between the two associations will prove advantageous to both and fortify the mutual aim of dispersing Indian civilization in its own area and even beyond," explained Bhalla.

"SIFAS goals To maintain this possibility of a powerful partnership to bolster its own ties with conventional art and to supply a platform for all its pupils to produce Indian art and civilization their own livelihood, thereby expanding its reach throughout the entire world," explained Pushkarna.


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