Vagisha Kaushik|Nov 12, 2021
Cultre, supported by IIT Kanpur to launch Heritage Olympiad on Nov 14
Olympiad aims at integrating heritage education in the mainstream curriculum by making it more accessible to the students at the school level.
NEW DELHI: Cultre, supported by Startup Innovation and Incubation Centre(SIIC) IIT Kanpur, is set to launch the second edition of Heritage Olympiad on Children’s Day on November 14.
The Olympiad aims at integrating heritage education in the mainstream curriculum by making it more accessible to the students at the school level. “The Olympiad will offer single-window access to India’s multi-faceted culture and history, which closely aligns with the latest National Education Policy and carries an interdisciplinary approach to art and cultural education,” said the press release.
Abhay Karandikar, Director, IIT Kanpur said, “SIIC has had a history of creating, supporting, and promoting technology and knowledge intensive innovations that uphold the Indian Heritage. Cultre’s Heritage Olympiad goes beyond just imparting knowledge around the subject; it also prompts people to learn about their country and its diverse history. I give my best wishes to Cultre for the second edition of the Olympiad and urge students to participate in it.”
The first edition of the event received over 2,500 registrations across age groups, ranging from 9 to 65 years. Cultre was supported by prominent organizations, including UNESCO, Amar Chitra Katha, National Rail Museum, Sahapedia, Nehru Planetarium, Mehrangarh Museum Trust, and Royal Opera House Mumbai.
Cultre, supported by IIT Kanpur is a creative and cultural enterprise and seeks to promote the access, understanding and experience of India’s pluralistic cultural heritage to young minds and life-long learners through content, products and experiences.
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