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February 2019

A one-day workshop on ‘Modern Expressions of Indian Art’

The Department of History of Art under its Art History enrichment programme collaborated with Kendriya Vidyalaya, NTPC, Dadri to organize a one-day workshop on 1st February 2019 where 80 students were invited along with their teachers. The students attended a lecture delivered by Dr Savita Kumari on “Modern Expressions of Indian Art”. The lecture was followed by a curated walk at the National Museum, where the museum objects helped the students relate to their course structure.

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September 2018

Village Outreach Program, Ramgarh, Uttarakhand

Department of History of Art, National Museum Institute has organised a three day workshop Titled "Apni Dharohar Jano: Bhartiya Kala avam Sanskriti, Deshbhakti ka Prerna Strota" in Ramgadh, Uttarakhand for school students from 11th September 2018 to 13th September 2018.

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December 2017

Teacher’s Training Resource Planning, Village Outreach Program - Patna, Bihar"

The first phase of Teacher’s Training Program, part of Village Outreach Program started with  a four days trip to Patna, Bihar from 18th December 2017 to 21st December 2017 by Assistant Professor Dr. Savita Kumari and two R.A’s Nikita Rathore and Roshini Roy Festus. In the program sites such as Gol Ghar, Khuda Baksha Oriental Library, Patthar ki Masjid, Agam Kuan and Sher Shah Masjid in Patna were visited to understand the local cultural and historical monuments and heritage of Bihar. Government schools of Patna were visited and Survey was done. Feedback of teachers and students were taken after giving a demonstration of the Teacher’s Training Program in the class.

Bihar Museum was visited and a tour of all galleries of the Museum was given by the official of the Museum. Dr. Savita Kumari gave the presentation to show the outline of the program. Brain storming session and group discussion took place with the director, curators, museum educators and staff of Bihar Museum. Barabar Hill Caves, Bodhgaya Temple and Patna Museum was visited and documentation was done.

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