Avinashilingam Univ to conduct one-year free music course to school students

  • By TOI
  • | Tuesday | 18th July, 2017

Coimbatore: Avinashilingam University signed an MoU with Sri Krishna Sweets on Monday evening to organise free music classes for children between classes 1 and 9. "After successfully organising the programme 'Chinnachiru Kuyilgal' for seven years, we are entering into an MoU with Sri Krishna Sweets this year. Towards the end of the programme, an examination will be held," said the managing director of Sri Krishna Sweets M Krishnan. Towards the end of the programme, an examination will be held," said the managing director of Sri Krishna Sweets, M Krishnan. The one-year programme will be for a batch of 50 students.

Coimbatore: Avinashilingam University signed an MoU with Sri Krishna Sweets on Monday evening to organise free music classes for children between classes 1 and 9.

The one-year programme will be for a batch of 50 students."After successfully organising the programme 'Chinnachiru Kuyilgal' for seven years, we are entering into an MoU with Sri Krishna Sweets this year.

This initiative is to train children in traditional music," said the head of music department of the university Janaka Maya Devi.The programme has been designed to teach the nuances of singing to the children.

The students will be selected based on a screening test.

"We plan to choose 50 students, but if the demand is high we are open to taking up to 100 students," said the chancellor of Avinashilingam University P R Krishna Kumar.So far, 700 students have been benefitted out of this programme.


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