Udupi; MAHE will organize the online course “Discerning India: Living Cultures of Tulunadu” by CISD

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Udupi, August 18“Increased schooling finds its meaning in the establishment of a cultural link between the native and the world. In addition to its vision of the world, the Manipal Academy of Increased Education (MAHE) constantly works with the district. “The online course on the Tulunadu tradition is one such initiative aimed at giving new impetus to the examination and analysis of the intersection of indigenous and global cultures,” said Dr. Ranjan Pai, President of MAHE and head of the Manipal Schooling and Medical Group (MEMG). . ), Bengaluru. He was speaking after the launch of the online course Separating India: The Resident Cultures of Tulunadu, provided by the Heart for Intercultural Research and Dialogue (CISD).

Marking the occasion – Tiger Dance Throughout the inauguration, Dr. HS Ballal, Chancellor of MAHE said, “MAHE has maintained a detailed and cordial relationship with varieties of works of art, literature and culture. indigenous traditions. MAHE has thus recognized new ways for educational institutions to work with surrounding communities. This route ensures that the tradition of the land will not only be nurtured, but also passed on to future generations. Speaking on the relevance of the course, Vice Chancellor of MAHE, Lieutenant General (Dr) MD Venkatesh said, “MAHE is dedicated to the idea of ​​National Education Coverage (NEP) 2022 and deploys considerable efforts to achieve its objectives. This online course is in keeping with that dedication. It focuses on native data methods and cultural practices of the region and presents them in a didactic context. The course documentaries and lectures will be helpful in conducting educational analysis and understanding the values ​​of Tulunadu. As a web-based course, it has the potential to reach audiences across multiple disciplines and fields.

MAHE Registrar Dr. Narayana Sabhahit said MAHE has various interests in examining and documenting indigenous cultural practices. Regional Helpful Resource Heart (RRC), Yakshagana Kendra, Dvaita Philosophy Helpful Resource Heart, Hebbar Artwork Gallery are some examples. This online course on Tulunadu cultures by the Heart for Intercultural Research and Dialogue (CISD) is a crucial contribution to our relationship with the region where MAHE is located.

The teaser launch was accompanied by Ashok Raj Kadabettu and Udupi’s famous Tiger Dance Effectiveness Troupe, Staff’s Tiger Dance (Pili Vesha). Coordinator – Discerning India’s Challenge Dr Praveen Shetty launched the course.

Distinguishing India: The Residing Cultures of Tulunadu – Stage 1 is a self-paced online course provided by the Heart for Intercultural Research and Dialogue (CISD) that introduces contributors to the essence of the region. The course consists of the following components: Drama and Effectiveness: Yakshagana; Associative and sporting activities: Kambala; Worship traditions: Bhutaradhane; nagaradhan

This can be a two-credit online certificate course taught in English and open to students from anywhere in the world.

To register go to the website: https://manipal.edu/cisd

Write for any questions about the course [email protected]

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