On the occasionÂ of Women’s Day, Samrupan had organised a prize distribution ceremony of the Talent Hunt programme at Highland Glory celebration hall in the presence of Dr Pratibha Ashwin Mudgal. The chief guests were District child and woman welfare officer, Vijay Singh Pardeshi and well knownÂ social worker Sharad Bagadiji.
The programme started by SVk Shikshan Sanstha’ s fashion show ofÂ mentally challengedÂ children, which was followed by a skit based on the theme ‘ save water’Â which was enacted by Kishan Muk badhir nivasi SchoolÂ and lastly a dance performance by Sneh Aangan apang shala Mathru Seva Sangh . Gayatri Vatsalya the chief of SVK Shikshan Sansthan appreciated and motivated the Mother’s by giving them a token of love to mark the respect and dedication of mothers for taking care of these specially abled children.
Samrupan competition was held in 20 NMC schools the categories of the competition were GK,Â non gas cooking competition,Â drawing painting competition. Founder of Samrupan, Madhu Singhi, gave away the prizes to the winners of the said competition.
The Talent Hunt programme coordinator Sudha Agrawal from perfect spoken English and Personality Development Institute, Deepali Munshi of Deepa’s cooking n Grooming classes,Â PhysiotherapistÂ Â Seema Daga , Dharam peth Mahila bank president Nilima Bhawane , Anchor Sangita JainÂ and all members of samrupan worked hard for the success of the event.
1 Hearing Aid system and 3 calipers were also distributed free to the needy students. Samrupan had put up stalls of specially abled children from svk Shikshan Sansthan,Â mudras , ashadeep apang Mahila Organisation and other specially abled people. All the donors of Samrupan, associates, dignitaries, were prominently present in the program.