INTACH Hyderabad, the Indian National trust for Art and Cultural Heritage has initiated a multi-cultural project to create awareness among students for preserving the Indian Heritage and Culture, the natural legacy of India by giving a platform to the young generation to showcase their talent through ‘Filmit India Film Festival’.
The Award ceremony took place at Jubilee Hills Public School, on 15th February, 2018, with the schools from all over Hyderabad sharing their enriching experience on making and sharing films. The Chief Guest for the day was well known Journalist, Sri. Sanjay Chakravarthy. Ms. Anuradha Reddy, Convener, Hyderabad Chapter, Ms. M. Varalakshmi, Principal, JHPS were the other dignitaries present.
The programme started with a welcome dance by the students of JHPS.The Principal in her speech said that one should not forget his heritage and expressed her happiness on hosting the event.The students shared information about the heritage and culture and entertained the gathering with their music and poetry. The films made by the students were shown and information and ideas were shared.
Awards were then presented to the students in various categories. Meher Nanda from Class7D of Jubilee Hills Public School received an award in the categories of- Best narration, Best visuals for his short film on Qutb Shahi Tombs and Meher Baba. The programme concluded with an inspiring speech by Ms. Anuradha Reddy.
Posted on February 15, 2018