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Extension Services and Community Feedback Programmes – Activity for Children

The Centre for Cultural Resources and Training (CCRT) organises a variety of educational activities for formal school students studying in Govt. or Govt aided schools as well as children studying in non-formal schools run by voluntary organizations under its Extension Services and Community Feedback Programme. The activities include:


Educational Tours

  • Monuments
  • Museums
  • Art Galleries
  • Craft Centres
  • Zoological Parks/Gardens

Offered to the students of Govt. /Govt. Aided schools free of cost.
Arranged by the CCRT at HQ (New Delhi) and the Regional Centres at Hyderabad, Udaipur and Guwahati, with city specific activities.

Theme based special exhibitions are sent to schools on prior request. The setting up of Exhibition is done free of cost for the benefit of students / teachers and interest of communities at large provided a safe, secure place is provided by the school authorities to CCRT.

Special Programmes

  • Workshops on learning crafts using low cost locally available resources.
  • Camps oon conservation of natural and cultural heritage.
  • Lectures and demonstrations by artists and experts on various art forms.
  • Demonstrations by artists and craft persons in schools and colleges.
  • Slide-presentation supplementing class-room teaching.
  • Workshops for children of resettlement and basti colonies.
  • Workshops for specially-challanged students and Workshops on Puppetry in Education.

The CCRT, under this programme also organises ‘Summer Camps’ for children (aged between 10 to 15 years). The activities are carefully chosen to bring heart and heed, hand and mind into unison. Working with experts and artists in a rare and wonderful experience that most children rarely have these days. The youthful hands in its jumpy road to emotional development needs time to contemplate and think, in solitude and in a team, in order to femiliarize itself with the magical working of the mind. It is this creative exploration that is the quality of all the experiences while doing the activities, be it the inward journey or that which is outward and beyond.

The duration of the ‘Summer Camp’ is 10-13 days with the timing from 9.15 am. to 1.00 pm. The announcement is advertised in local newspapers.

Teaching songs in Indian languages

Imparting skills to ignite curiosity

Developing sense of respect for continuity of cultural traditions