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Bhasha Sangam

  • Date: Tuesday, Nov 20, 2018
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Bhasha Sangam – Celebrating the Linguistic Diversity of India.

Bhasha Sangam is an initiative of Ministry of Human Resource Development, Dept. of School Education and Literacy, Govt. of India under ‘Ek Bharat Shrestha Bharat programme’ meant to provide multilingual exposure to students in Indian languages listed in Schedule VIII of the Constitution of India. Through this programme we provide a simple but effective learning opportunity to our children to enhance linguistic tolerance and respect, and promote national integration. In keeping with the norms of the CBSE guidelines, Bhasha Sangam was conducted in our School. The programme commenced on 20.11.2018 and ended on 21.12.18.

Under this four week long programme activities were conducted with a lot of enthusiasm.

Students displayed the various languages with flash cards and the rest of the students were asked to repeat it.

Languages spoken under Bhasha Sangam:

1. Assamese – 20.11.18

2. Bengali – 22.11.18

3. Bodo – 26.11.18

4. Dogri – 27.11.18

5. Gujarati – 28.11.18

6. Hindi – 29.11.18

7. Kannada – 30.11.18

8. Kashmiri – 3.12.18

9. Konkani – 04.12.18

10. Maithilli – 05.12.18

11. Malayalam – 06.12.18

12. Manipuri – 07.12.18

13. Marathi – 10.12.18

14. Nepali – 11.12.18

15. Odia – 12.12.18

16. Punjabi – 13.12.18

17. Sanskrit – 14.12.18

18. Santhali – 17.12.18

19. Sindhi – 18.12.18

20. Tamil – 19.12.18

21. Telugu – 20.12.18

22. Urdu – 21.12.18

The cultural and linguistic diversity of our country was showcased through a display of fashion show by the students. The students embellished the ramp as they walked with their colourful and ornate costumes. The students also beautified the programme by saying a few sentences in their mother tongue.

In this way the students were acquainted with the diverse languages of our country. It generated a feeling of awe and respect in the minds of the students as the different languages were revealed to them, some of which they were unfamiliar with.