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Cultural Exchange Programme To Sikkim 'Collaborative Learning From Shared Heritage: Road To Sikkim' ( January 22- 25, 2018.) – 2017-18

The socio-economic diversity of our country is the essence and the core of its cultural education and with the aim to promote its multicultural identity, Aditi Mahavidyalaya, in collaboration with Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan, M.H.R.D., Govt. of Sikkim, Shri Narayan Sanskritik Chetna Nyas and Shri Chitragupta Trust organized a Cultural Exchange Programme to Sikkim titled as 'Collaborative Learning from Shared Heritage: Road to Sikkim' from January 22- 25, 2018. The exchange program aims to enhance cultural awareness about our nation's shared heritage amongst students and to develop them into leaders who could sensitize and celebrate the cultural diversity of the nation. Most of the students of the exchange program belonged to the economically weaker section and got the opportunity to travel via air transport (sponsored by Shri Narayan Sanskritik Chetna Nyas and Shri Chitragupta Trust) for the very first time. The programme was inaugurated by Hon'ble Chief Guest, Shri Bhim Thatal, Director, S.S.A., Govt. of Sikkim who spoke about the need to learn the diverse patterns of livelihood and lifestyle of people living in India's first organic state through its dance, food, music and folk traditions. The students got to visit various cultural sites like Palzor stadium, Tashi View Point, Changu Lake, Baba Harbajan Sahibji's temple place as the last army station before Nathula Pass the border with China, Small scale Cottage Industry of Government of Sikkim etc. which opened those forms of learning processes through which students can encounter, learn and constructively deal with the needs of cultural diversity of our country


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