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Besides other activities, the department of Museology regularly conducts various interactive educational workshops on different aspects of museum functions with special target groups with the aim to uplift the practical revelation to the students of Museology. Likewise many International and National conferences were organized by the department which enhanced the knowledge of the students and the Research Scholar.
   
 

September 2019

Gandhi  For All - 15th Workshop in the series - Workshop at University of Rajasthan, Jaipur, Rajasthan - 28th  September, 2019

Department of Museology, NMI organized a workshop for the students of New Government Girls School in collaboration with University of Rajasthan at Jaipur, Rajasthan on 28th September to commemorate 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi.

The workshop commenced with paying homage to Mahatama Gandhi followed by a welcome speech by Prof.K.G. Sharma, Director, Center for Museology and Conservation, University of Rajasthan and with Prof. (Dr) Manvi Seth introducing the theme of the workshop.

The workshop was an attempt to introduce the students to the world of museums through Mahatma Gandhi’s life, discussing about his philosophy on non-violence, satyagraha, self-reliance, his ideas on cleanliness, education, village development along with the constructive work programme  which was initiated by him to promote education, use of swadeshi goods by encouraging people to imbibe self sustaining life style.

The workshop was organized under the guidance of Prof. (Dr) Manvi Seth, HoD, Museology and Dean, NMI by Research Assistants, Huma Khan, Sushant Bharti, Paloma Bhattacharjee and Sakshi Kukreti.

The workshop entailed the following:

  • Story-telling session
  • Photo Exhibition
  • Discovery trunk and hands on experience
  • Object related activities
  • Distribution of ‘Gandhi for All' booklets
  • My story- An autobiographical essay where students shared their experiences imagining themselves as different objects that belonged to Mahatma Gandhi or as Gandhiji himself

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Gandhi For All - 14th Workshop in the series - Workshop at Shri Swaminarayan International School, Navsari, Gujarat - 25th September, 2019

Department of Museology, NMI organized a workshop for the students of Shri Swaminarayan International School, Navsari Gujarat on 25th September 2019 to commemorate 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi.

Navsari village is located in the vicinity of Dandi, the place where Gandhiji successfully led the Salt Satyagraha against the oppressive salt tax. Navsari holds an important place in the history of Indian freedom movement as it was one of the places which Gandhiji crossed as a part of the salt march, gathering a stream of followers along the way. The workshop aimed at disseminating Gandhiji's ideology of non-violence, self –reliance, his ideas on education, cleanliness and village development. The workshop on Gandhiji's life and philosophy acts as a medium through which people can understand the relevance of museums today and their roles as memory keepers.

The workshop was organized under the guidance of Prof. (Dr) Manvi Seth, HoD, Museology and Dean, NMI by Research Assistants, Huma Khan, Sushant Bharti and Sakshi Kukreti.

The workshop entailed the following:

  • Story-telling session
  • Photo Exhibition
  • Discovery trunk and hands on experience
  • Object related activities
  • Clay modeling, using locally available material (cow dung and mud) for making objects symbolizing Gandhiji's life and philosophy.

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Gandhi For All - 13th Workshop in the series - Workshop at ISKON Nilachal Vedic Village , Talasari, Maharashtra - 24th September, 2019

On 24th September 2019, Department of Museology, National Museum Institute organized a workshop on the theme 'Gandhi for All' to commemorate the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi. The workshop was designed with the aim of creating awareness among the students of ISKON Nilachal Vedic Village about Gandhian principles and philosophy pertaining to self reliance, non-violence, village development, community life and farming.

ISKON Nilachal Vedic Village, situated in Talasari, Maharashtra is a self-sustaining village, the people of the village work together as a community sustaining themselves through farming and manufacturing products of daily use through organic materials. The workshop strives to reach out to a wider audience at the remotest areas enlightening them not only about Gandhiji's life and philosophy but also giving them a chance to experience the museum that houses Gandhiji's belongings.

The workshop was organized under the guidance of Prof. (Dr) Manvi Seth, HoD, Museology and Dean, NMI by Research Assistants, Huma Khan, Sushant Bharti and Sakshi Kukreti.

The workshop entailed the following:

  • Story-telling session
  • Photo Exhibition
  • Discovery trunk and hands on experience
  • Object related activities
  • Painting Activity- Representing Bapu's life and philosophy through Warli paintings, a tribal art form which is widely practiced in the Talasari region.

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Gandhi  For All - 12th Workshop in the series - Workshop at Tezpur University, Tezpur, Assam - 23rd  September, 2019

The 12th workshop of the 'Gandhi for All' series was organized by Department of Museology, NMI in collaboration with Department of Culture Studies, Tezpur University for the students of Government Girls, Higher Secondary School, Tezpur and Kendriya Vidyalaya Tezpur.

As Tezpur and Assam broadly is a region chronically affected by inundations and other environmental hazards, this workshop specifically focused on Gandhiji's thoughts and philosophy on ecology using museum objects and narratives from Gandhiji's life. The workshop focused on his ideas of equality of all life forms, his criticism of mechanization and industrialization, his ideas against wastage along with his ideas of truth and non-violence.

The workshop was conducted by Paloma Bhattacharjee, Anand Hari and Ankan Guha, Research Assistants of the department under the supervision and guidance of Prof. (Dr­) Manvi Seth, HoD, Museology and Dean, NMI.

The workshop included:

  • Story telling session
  • Photo exhibition
  • Discovery trunk and hands on experience of replicas , understanding gandhijis’ ecological ideas through them.
  • Object related activities
  • Eco basket- An activity around the eco basket containing biodegradable things of everyday use and biodegradable waste such as rice , pulse, fallen leaves, twigs, pencil scrapes, salt , waste pieces lf cotton cloth was opened and the content was used in making a poster on gandhiji.
  • Skit by students of Tezpur University
  • Distribution of Gandhi for all Assamese booklet
  • Certificate distribution

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‘Gandhi for All’- 11th Workshop in the series - Workshop at Talim-Ul-Quran, a Madrasa situated in the premises of Jama Mazjid at Seemapuri, New Delhi: 19th September 2019

On 19th of September 2019 Department of Museology, National Museum Institute has reached out to Talim-Ul-Quran, a Madrasa situated in the premises of Jama Mazjid at Seemapuri, New Delhi to commemorate the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi. With an aim to reach out to the diverse segments of the nation to include children in the celebration and learning about the legacy of Mahatma Gandhi the department organised a workshop on the life journey, philosophy of self-reliance and self-sustenance of Gandhiji. A cohort of 40 students were involved in the workshop.

The workshop was organised under the guidance of HOD & Dean Prof (Dr.) Manvi Seth by research assistant Huma Khan, Sakshi Kukreti, Anand Hari and Sushant Bharti respectively.

The workshop included:

    • Story Telling about the Gandhiji’s life journey and events
    • Photo exhibition
    • Discovery Box and hands on experience
    • Objects related activities

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‘Gandhi for All’- 10th Workshop in the series - Workshop at Vrindavan, Uttar Pradesh for the students of  'Prem Mahavidyalaya: 12th September 2019

On the 12th of September 2019 the 10th in the series of the Gandhi for All workshop was organized to commemorate the 150th birth anniversary of the Father of the Nation. As per the guiding principle of the workshop series - which is to reach out to different regions and target audiences, this particular workshop was conducted at Vrindavan, Uttar Pradesh and was organized for the students of Prem Mahavidyalaya.

Located on the bank of river Yamuna, Prem Mahavidyalaya resonates the bustle of Indian freedom-movement. The rational behind choosing this school as the venue was to make the students of the school aware of the importance of their school as this was the place where Mahatma Gandhi resided in April 1915. This is the only survived building among the three buildings he then visited at Vrindavan. Legends tells that it was the prime center for many freedom fighters to take refuge at this building. So for this special series of educational and outreach workshop- 'Gandhi for All', this building holds a great deal of significance because of its close association with Mahatma Gandhi himself.

The unique feature of this particular workshop was to cater to this particular group of students so as the cultural legacy and teachings of Gandhiji could find resonance in the holistic training they receive there, and for them to understand and serve their societies better.

Gandhiji’s teachings on the importance cleanliness/hygiene, environmental conservation, education, self-reliance and village development were particularly relevant for this workshop. Moreover, as the workshop-series is aimed towards action-oriented research, this particular workshop was significant towards preparation of a model about the methods and tools of making museums meaningful for these students.

The workshop was conducted by Ms. Huma Khan, Mr. Anand Hari and Mr. Sushant Bharti, Research Assistants of the department under the supervision and guidance of Prof. Manvi Seth, HoD, Museology and Dean NMI. A total number of 30 Students participated in the workshop.

The components of the workshop Included:

    • Story-telling Session
    • Photo Exhibition
    • Discovery Trunk and Hands on Experience
    • Object- Related Activities
    • Painting Activity with the Theme- 'Environment Conservation
    • Demonstration of commemorative stamps, currency notes and coins issued on the 100th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi

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August 2019

‘Gandhi for All’- 9th Workshop in the series - Workshop in the State of Madhya Pradesh and for the students of Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya, Dabra Gwalior : 16th August 2019

On the 16 the of August 2019 the 9th in the series of the Gandhi for All workshop was organized to commemorate the 150th birth anniversary of the Father of the Nation. As per the guiding principle of the workshop series - which is to reach out to different regions and target audiences, this particular workshop was conducted in the State of Madhya Pradesh and was organized for the students of Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya , Dabra Gwalior.

Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalay nurtures some of the best students from rural India and empowers them with quality education. The unique feature of this particular workshop was to cater to this particular group of students so as the cultural legacy and teachings of Gandhiji could find resonance in the holistic training they receive there, and for them to understand and serve their societies better.

Gandhiji’s teachings on the importance of education, self-reliance and village development were particularly relevant for this workshop. Moreover, as the workshop-series is aimed towards action-oriented research, this particular workshop was significant towards preparation of a model about the methods and tools of making museums meaningful for these talented students from rural areas.

The workshop was conducted by Ms. Juhi Sadiya, Assistant Professor of the Department, Ms. Huma Khan, Mr. Anand Hari and Mr. Sushant Bharti, Research Assistants of the department. A total number of 41 Students participated in the workshop
The components of the workshop Included:

1.      Story-telling Session
2.      Photo Exhibition
3.      Discovery Trunk and Hands on Experience
4.      Object- Related Activities
5.      Hindi-Activity
6.      Making TimeLine of Gandhiji’s Life

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‘Gandhi for All’- Workshop Anchal Special School, New Delhi : 01st August 2019

Everyone has the right to enjoy cultural life of the society , this right extends to all. Museums are one of the foremost platforms of safeguarding and representing culture. This project, since its inception, has been aimed at taking the cultural legacy of Mahatma Gandhi to all, including ‘special’ children with the aim of integrating them in the celebration of the 150th birth year of Gandhi Ji. ‘Special children’ form a minor yet significant percentage of the children in India, so it is important that Museum education and outreach tools are developed to cater  to their cultural needs. This workshop thus had a dual purpose, firstly, to include these children in the celebration and secondly to further explore and discover new ways for museums to reach out to them.

Distinctive features of this particular workshop includes:

  •  Assisting accessibility of information and knowledge amongst children with disabilities (as stressed by the UN Convention on Rights for Persons with Disabilities) has been an important step towards fulfilling the educational role of museums.
  • Pushing the limits of conventional modalities of education, the workshop used innovative and tailor-made tools to make the message and heritage of Gandhiji meaningful for them
  • Gandhiji himself was committed to the cause of eliminating discrimination based on differences and the possibility of coexisting with equal dignity for all despite of the differences, taking his teachings and legacies to this particular target audience was especially rewarding and enriching for the workshop series.
  • Given that action-oriented research is the thrust of the department, conducting this workshop informs research and subsequent development of model of methods and tools on how museums can be made accessible and meaningful to children with disabilities or special needs.

Professor (Dr.)Manvi Seth and Assistant Professor Ms. Juhi Sadiya conducted workshop along with Research Assistants of the department of Museology. A diverse cohort of 35-40 students across age groups participated in the workshop.

Components of the workshop included:

  • Story-telling session
  • ‘Gandhiji’s Pitara ( Discovery Trunk) Exploration
  • Clay Modelling
  • Drawing Session

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March 2019

‘Gandhi for All’- Workshop on ‘Pashmina sheering and Spinning’ : 24th March 2019

To commemorate 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, Department of Museology has been conducting a series of workshops titled ‘Gandhi for All’ in Ladakh, Delhi and Western Uttar Pradesh to reflect upon the life and principles of Mahatma Gandhi in a fun and meaningful way.

The workshops are aimed at taking the heritage of Mahatma Gandhi to all, even those who cannot visit museums. The workshop are aimed at reaching out to the students and the people living in far-flung areas like Ladakh, students of villages, visually challenged children and the paediatric patients at AIIMS.

At Govt. Residential High School Satoo, Kargyam, Ladakh- a workshop was held on 24th March, 2019. The workshop was held in a nomadic region of Ladakh involving the local community. The theme of the workshop was ‘Pashmina wool sheering and spinning’- a traditional knowledge system and craft of the nomadic culture of the region. It reflected the Mahatma Gandhiji’s principle of self-reliance and self-sustenance. The workshop included:

    • Story-telling session
    • Photographic exhibition
    • ‘Hands-on’ experience of replicas of objects from National Gandhi Museum with guided lectures
    • Practical session on shearing the pashmina and wool from goat and sheep
    • Practical session on spinning the wool with the use of traditional tools
    • Painting activity

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‘Gandhi for All Workshop’ - Hasan Pur Qadeem Village, Garh Road, Meerut, U.P. : 05th March 2019

As a Part the ‘Gandhi For All’ series of workshop that was initiated in 2018 to commemorate the 150th Birth Anniversary of Gandhi, a workshop was organized in the village of HasanPur Qadeem on the 05 March 2019, for the students of Eureka Public School. This was the sixth workshop that has been conducted as a part of the series so far. The workshop was facilitated by the Department of Museology, National Museum Institute and was attended by 55 students of the school.

The aim of the workshop is to reach out with Mahatma Gandhi’s ideology, principles, teachings and anecdotes of his life events to students of far flung areas for whom it is difficult to visit museums.

The workshop included a photo exhibition, storytelling session followed by the hands-on experience session on a ‘Discovery trunk’ or ‘Gandhi Pitara’ having replicas of Mahatma Gandhi related objects which are obtained from National Gandhi Museum, Rajghat.

It also included a reading and activity session aided by the booklet, specially designed by the department.

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February 2019

‘Gandhi for All’- Workshop for Visually challenged students of the University school (AMU, Aligarh) : 25th to 26th February 2019

To commemorate 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, Department of Museology has been conducting a series of workshops titled ‘Gandhi for All’ in Ladakh, Delhi and Western Uttar Pradesh to reflect upon the life and principles of Mahatma Gandhi in a fun and meaningful way.

The workshops are aimed at taking the heritage of Mahatma Gandhi to all, even those who cannot visit museums. The workshop are aimed at reaching out to the students and the people living in far-flung areas like Ladakh, students of villages, visually challenged children and the paediatric patients at AIIMS.

At Aligarh Muslim University, Visually challenged students of the University school participated in the workshop. The workshop included-

  • A Tactile-exhibition on Mahatma Gandhi’s life and events
  • Story-telling session through skit
  • Identification of ‘Khaadi’ fabric through ‘Touch and feel’ activity
  • Discovery Trunk Activity: ‘Hands-on’ experience of replicas of objects from National Gandhi Museum with guided lectures
  • Clay Modelling activity
  • Reading session of ‘Gandhi for All’ Braille Activity booklet

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A three day workshop, "Gandhi for All" for the school students of Sikheda Village, Meerut, U.P. : 19th to 21st February 2019

A three day workshop, "Gandhi for All" for the school students of Sikheda village, Meerut, U.P. was organized by the Department of Museology, National Museum Institute as a part of the ongoing celebration of 150th Birth Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi. The aim of the workshop is to reach out to students of far flung areas for whom it is difficult to visit museums.

Day 1: The first day of the workshop included a photo exhibition, storytelling session followed by a session on traditional weaving practices thus explaining students about the life, philosophy, teachings and beliefs of Mahatma Gandhi.

Day 2 & 3: Educational activities based on Gandhi ji's principle cleanliness and hygiene.

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October 2018

A week long workshop on traditional Rug weaving was organized on the occasion of 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi at Gya village (Sasoma) Leh, Ladakh.

The workshop was organized by the department of Museology, National Museum Institute, New Delhi at Gya village (Sasoma) Leh, Ladakh from 16th of October 2018 to 22nd of October 2018. 15 women from the Gya village participated in the workshop.

Workshop started on 16th October with the introduction on Gandhiji’s life and self-reliance followed by hands on experience using replicas of objects used by Gandhi ji. The resource person introduced the participants with looms and weaving process.

On the last day of workshop the students and the teachers from primary and middle school of Gya village also participated in the workshop.

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Workshop on life, philosophy, teachings and beliefs of Mahatma Gandhi as part of the celebration of 150th Birth Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi at the premises of AIIMS, New Delhi

Department of museology organised a workshop on life, philosophy, teachings and beliefs of Mahatma Gandhi as part of the celebration of 150th Birth Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi at the premises of AIIMS, New Delhi. The participants of the workshops were the patients of paediatric ward ages ranging from 4 to 10 years.

Students of M.A. Museology begun the event with skit conceptualized by them, guided by Prof. Manvi Seth. The skit starts with storytelling on life of Gandhiji engaging the children of wards by questioning their knowledge and understandings about Gandhiji in fun filled ways. Demonstrating the items including the spinning wheels, how threads are made and values of self-reliance were being the major part to understand the teachings of simple living.
Student dressed as Gandhiji wearing Dhoti, Shawl, Kharam/Paaduka, pocket watch holding a stick to give the children an imaginary idea of appearance of the Mahatma. A vintage trunk (iron box) was prepared by the department in guidance of Prof. Seth, with pictures and images of Gandhiji, replicas of his belongings and his quotes.

The belongings were placed before the children and were instructed to make clay models. Students were also given origami papers and were being instructed to make paper crafts of items of their choices.

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Workshop for monks and students at Stakna monastery, Leh, Ladakh on 2nd October 2018 on Gandhi Ji's 150th Birth Anniversary:

Department of Museology, National Museum Institute, conducted a - day workshop for monks and students at Stakna monastery, Leh, Ladakh on 2nd October 2018.

The said workshop is a part of series of workshops also planned for village schools of Western Uttar Pradesh region and for paediatric patients at All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi  to commemorate 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi.

The workshops are designed to make children acquaint with the life and philosophy of Mahatma Gandhi in a fun and meaningful way.

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March 2018

Workshop on Intangible cultural aspect of Folk songs and folk stories at Hanley Village, Ladakh:

The Department of Museology organized a daylong workshop at Government Middle School Khaldo, Hanley village, Ladakh on 26th  March, 2018. The workshop included storytelling folk singing sessions and acquainting the villagers with different folk stories and songs in the local oral tradition.

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Workshop for patients of Pediatric ward at AIIMS:

Department of Museology organised workshop for patients of Pediatric ward at AIIMS on 07-03-2018. Students of M.A. Museology were also participated in this workshop.

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DECEMBER 2017

Workshop for the children of Sikheda village:

The Department of Museology organized a day long workshop for the children of the Sikheda village. The educational workshop was organized on 06-12-2017 at two museums – National Science Centre and National Bal Bhawan. The aim of this workshop was to make the students familiar with the museum objects and its surroundings and how museum objects can supplement school education.

Students from Jai Javan School, Meerut participated in the workshop. The educational trip consisted of guided tours, discussions and activities within the National Science Centre and National Bal Bhawan.

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NOVEMBER 2017

Workshop on ‘Intangible Cultural Aspects of Nomadic life of Kargam region’:

Department of Museology organised one-day workshop on the theme Intangible Cultural aspect of nomadic life of Kargam region of Ladakh. The workshop held at Kargam village in Ladakh on 17-11-2017.

Speakers for the workshop were chosen from the community, they delivered lectures on the importance of preservation of traditional cultures and nomadic way of life. Keeping alive the traditional craft was also a part of the discussion and the department also interacted with resource persons of Kargam village and school students. Activities included demonstration of Thulu and Lokpa, nomadic tent weaving, shoemaking, Goncha weaving and robe and sack making.

At last interactive session was also held, where students asked questions from resource persons related to above mention traditional craft.

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Workshop on ‘Eyes on Dyes and Deals’ - Stories of East-West fascination ON and BEHIND 17th century Kalamkaris:

The Department of Museology conducted a day long workshop in collaboration with the Netherlands on ‘Eyes on Dyes and Deals’ on 15-11-2017.

The workshop was centered around the fabulous Kalamkaris sources of information and inspiration. The aim was to explore options for a collaborative, multidisciplinary project on the topic, renewing cultural exchange between India, the Netherlands and possibly other western countries.

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APRIL 2016

A day long workshop for the children of the Pediatric Ward, All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS):

The department of Museology organised a day long workshop for the children of the Pediatric Ward, All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS). The workshop was organised with the support of Cancer Patients Aid Association (CPAA), Delhi on 13-04-2016.

The workshop is a part of the project 'Museum goes to Hospital'. 50 children from the pediatric ward, AIIMS participated in the workshop. The workshop program consisted of guided gallery tours, discussions and storytelling within the National Museum galleries and activities in the activity room. The activities centered around museum objects and consisted of clay modelling, drawing and painting, puzzles etc.

The workshop was coordinated by Prof. (Dr.) Manvi Seth and Manjari Agrawal. Research Fellows, Juhi Sadiya, Sushil Kumar and the students of II Semester, Department of Museology participated in the planning, organization and execution of the workshop.

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FEBRUARY 2013

A workshop on ‘Conservation & Display, Museology & Education’

A workshop on ‘Conservation & Display, Museology & Education’ was organized by the National Museum Institute in collaboration with University of Applied Arts Vienna at the National Museum Institute from 11th- 15th February, 2013.

   
 

AUGUST 2012

Workshop ‘Peace across borders’

Workshop ‘Peace across borders’ was organized from 28th July – 1st August, 2012. The participants included students from Pakistan and India.

   
 

NOVEMBER 2011

Art and Craft workshop

The Art and Craft workshop for mentally challenged children was held at Anchal School, New Delhi on 25th November, 2011.

   
 

OCTOBER 2011

workshop for the 8th standard students of Shafi Memorial School (Urdu Medium)

A day workshop for the 8th standard students of Shafi Memorial School (Urdu Medium) was conducted by the department on 22nd October, 2011, in which guided tour was given by the students itself.

   
 

AUGUST 2011

Educational workshop and Cultural performance

A two days Educational workshop and Cultural performance for mentally challenged children on 4th-5th August, 2011, collaboration with Central Institute of Mental Retardation, Thiruvananthapuram.

   
 

MAY 2011

Education programme

  • One day education programme was organized for the students of Shafiq Memorial School, (Urdu medium) on 4th May 2011.
  • A two days educational workshop for B.El.Ed trainees from Miranda House. 30th -31st May 2011.
   
 

APRIL 2011

Education workshop for underprivileged children

A one day education workshop for underprivileged children on 22nd April 2011

   
 

JANUARY 2011

Educational workshop with DIET trainees

Educational workshop with DIET trainees held from 11th – 15th January 2011. The aim behind this workshop was to develop activities for the school children on the basis of their curriculum. Activity sheets were prepared by the trainees of DIET on objects of Indus valley civilization gallery and Miniature gallery.

   
 

APRIL 2009

A workshop on museum education titled ‘Art Workshop using Museum Objects”

A workshop on museum education titled ‘Art Workshop using Museum Objects” was organized by the department (for mentally challenged children of Anchal School) - 15-23 April 2009.

   
 

MARCH 2006

Museum, Non-formal Education & Underprivileged – Annual Educational Workshops

Museum, Non-formal Education & Underprivileged – Annual Educational Workshops organized in the National Museum for Street Children, 2004-2006. Similarly a five day Educational Workshop for Street Children was organized in the National Museum entitled ' Sangrhalaya Ke Jharokhe Se Harappa Sabhyata Ke Jivan Ki Jhalak', from 27th -31st March 06, where theatre used as an Interpretative Medium.

 
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