Workshop on promoting education through creative arts from today
Srinagar, July 4: INTACH, a prominent organization into heritage conservation is hosting a first of its kind workshop “aimed at introducing art integrated learning and promoting education through creative arts.” The function will start at 2: 30 PM.
The workshop to be held at District Institute of Educational Training (DIET) Bemina will be inaugurated by Commissioner Secretary Education, Farooq Ahmed Faktoo while experts from across the country are scheduled to deliver lectures.
Commenting over the development, prominent expert on heritage and Convener INTACH, Muhammad Salim Beg said: “Education in Kashmir has been a major victim of stagnation that has rendered the school education an exercise in rote machine without importing knowledge.”
“This is one of the main drawbacks that hampers future growth of the children. In order to correct this, INTACH has designed a major intervention with support of Sir Dorabji Tata Trust, Mumbai. The intervention is aimed at introducing art integrated learning and promoting education through creative arts,” Beg explained.
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