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Activity-based event Project Insight Plus begins

By Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, July 2 - Project Insight Plus, a four-day activity-based event to inculcate and nurture the creative spirit among children, got off to an enthusiastic start at the Kanaklal Barua Auditorium of the Assam State Museum here today.

An initiative of The Assam Tribune in association with Headway, the event is part of a mega project planned to engage children in meaningful co-curricular activities throughout the year.

Attending the inaugural event, Chief Conservator of Forest Hemkanta Talukdar said that the exposure to creative skill-set like storytelling, creative writing, communication skill etc., is not just necessary for professional life, but also for the personal life of an individual.

�With ever-increasing scope of education, we need to make an extra effort to give the right kind of exposure to our children. Things like the ages-old folk tales of Assam teach the traits like humanity and values. It�s time, we lay stress on such things apart from the regular studies,� he added.

The sessions commenced with storytelling conducted by Minket Lepcha, where the children connected with Nature realising its essence in human lives.

Sangeeta Bhattacharjee conducted the creative writing session, introducing the budding writers to the nuances of the art. The participants were engaged in developing plots out of picture prompts.

Neetu Sarawgi conducted the communication and theatre workshop along with Minket Lepcha. From self-introduction to group communication, the children got totally involved in various activities related to the art of �verbal and non-verbal� public communication. More than 100 students took part in today�s event.

Madhu Raghavendra conducted the performance poetry session, which saw the participants share poems while they got a feel of each other�s ideas as well. Pawan Agarwal from Datamation, RJ Aaliya from 92.7 Big FM, senior journalist Nurul Laskar, Natasha Jain of Shubhyatra Travels besides a host of other prominent personalities took part in the event.

Director of Assam State Museum YS Wunglengton who also attended the session, assured all of his continuous support to such educational events.

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Activity-based event Project Insight Plus begins

GUWAHATI, July 2 - Project Insight Plus, a four-day activity-based event to inculcate and nurture the creative spirit among children, got off to an enthusiastic start at the Kanaklal Barua Auditorium of the Assam State Museum here today.

An initiative of The Assam Tribune in association with Headway, the event is part of a mega project planned to engage children in meaningful co-curricular activities throughout the year.

Attending the inaugural event, Chief Conservator of Forest Hemkanta Talukdar said that the exposure to creative skill-set like storytelling, creative writing, communication skill etc., is not just necessary for professional life, but also for the personal life of an individual.

�With ever-increasing scope of education, we need to make an extra effort to give the right kind of exposure to our children. Things like the ages-old folk tales of Assam teach the traits like humanity and values. It�s time, we lay stress on such things apart from the regular studies,� he added.

The sessions commenced with storytelling conducted by Minket Lepcha, where the children connected with Nature realising its essence in human lives.

Sangeeta Bhattacharjee conducted the creative writing session, introducing the budding writers to the nuances of the art. The participants were engaged in developing plots out of picture prompts.

Neetu Sarawgi conducted the communication and theatre workshop along with Minket Lepcha. From self-introduction to group communication, the children got totally involved in various activities related to the art of �verbal and non-verbal� public communication. More than 100 students took part in today�s event.

Madhu Raghavendra conducted the performance poetry session, which saw the participants share poems while they got a feel of each other�s ideas as well. Pawan Agarwal from Datamation, RJ Aaliya from 92.7 Big FM, senior journalist Nurul Laskar, Natasha Jain of Shubhyatra Travels besides a host of other prominent personalities took part in the event.

Director of Assam State Museum YS Wunglengton who also attended the session, assured all of his continuous support to such educational events.

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