Deepshikha: a cultural competition for BRAC’s pre-primary and                  primary school students
The gala round stage set at an                                 Open Theatre in                                 Dhaka, Bang...
Executive Director and other             Directors of BRAC, joined by             noted artists of the country            ...
The little stars                   sing to their                   hearts contentThe Deepshikha competition serieswas firs...
Exotic dance                        performances                        by the                        contestantsDeepdhikh...
Captivatingperformancesfrom the littlestarsCo-curricularactivities in BRACschools includesinging, recitation,drama, storyt...
Performances thatmesmerized the crowdBRAC believes co-curricular activitieshelp to develop a child’ssocial, emotional, and...
Exuberant judges and  audience cheer for the  performersBangladesh’s National Academy ofFine and Performing Arts has taken...
The art cornerBangladesh Children’sAcademy has consented toprovide training toDeepshikha participants atdistrict level Chi...
Legendary Artist andPuppeteer, Mustafa Monowarchecks on the blooming artistsDeepshikha is a promising initiative to enrich...
Sumaiya Akhter Sathi, winner                     of the pre-primary art groupThe dreams, aspirations anddetermination of t...
Columnist Dr Badiul AlamMajumder award the winners                             The participants of                        ...
Faruque Ahmed, SeniorDirector, BRAC International,awards the winners                           The spontaneous participati...
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Deepshikha competition series was first initiated in 2011 in an effort to encourage young students, particularly those from disadvantaged backgrounds, to discover their hidden talents and express their creativity. This cultural competition is the latest of BRAC’s efforts to incorporate more experiential and kinaesthetic learning into traditional education in order to promote the holistic development of its students.

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Deepshikha grand finale 2012

  1. 1. Deepshikha: a cultural competition for BRAC’s pre-primary and primary school students
  2. 2. The gala round stage set at an Open Theatre in Dhaka, BangladeshA series ofschool, branch, district, and divisionallevel competitions were held involving Deepshikha Grand Finale 2012thousands of children from acrossBangladesh, after which these talentedfinalists were selected to compete inthe finale.
  3. 3. Executive Director and other Directors of BRAC, joined by noted artists of the country inaugurated the programmeIn collaboration with ChannelI, Deepshikha was conceptualised inorder to address the need for co-curricular activities for cognitivedevelopment of the children.
  4. 4. The little stars sing to their hearts contentThe Deepshikha competition serieswas first initiated in 2011 as an effortto encourage young students,particularly those from disadvantagedbackgrounds, to discover their hiddentalents and express their creativity.
  5. 5. Exotic dance performances by the contestantsDeepdhikha is the latest of BRAC’sefforts to incorporate moreexperiential and kinesthetic learninginto traditional education in order topromote the holistic development ofits students.
  6. 6. Captivatingperformancesfrom the littlestarsCo-curricularactivities in BRACschools includesinging, recitation,drama, storytelling,drawing, andgames as funlearning tools.
  7. 7. Performances thatmesmerized the crowdBRAC believes co-curricular activitieshelp to develop a child’ssocial, emotional, and communicationskills, enabling students to grow intowell-rounded individuals who are morelikely to succeed in the future.
  8. 8. Exuberant judges and audience cheer for the performersBangladesh’s National Academy ofFine and Performing Arts has takenthe responsibility to train Deepshikhachildren at the district-level academiesacross Bangladesh.
  9. 9. The art cornerBangladesh Children’sAcademy has consented toprovide training toDeepshikha participants atdistrict level ChildrenAcademies.
  10. 10. Legendary Artist andPuppeteer, Mustafa Monowarchecks on the blooming artistsDeepshikha is a promising initiative to enrichBRAC’s pre-primary and primary education andto inspire and engage its students.
  11. 11. Sumaiya Akhter Sathi, winner of the pre-primary art groupThe dreams, aspirations anddetermination of these little starsknows no bounds. Deepshikha is astrong platform for them to prove tothe world, who they are.
  12. 12. Columnist Dr Badiul AlamMajumder award the winners The participants of Deepshikha competition are regularly tracked so that they continue their co -curricular activities.
  13. 13. Faruque Ahmed, SeniorDirector, BRAC International,awards the winners The spontaneous participation of children and the overwhelming responses from their parents and communities makes Deepshikha a successful event.

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