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International students are welcome to the College of ShriramBharatiya Kala Kendra for learning Indian Classical Music and Dance.  In fact, several foreign nationals have received training here since 1950s and have continued their passionate engagement with Indian music and dance wherever they chose to settle down.

 

Normally, and mostly, the international students joining the college are sponsored by the Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR), an organization of the Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India.  The scholarships awarded by the ICCR are given in pursuance of the cultural exchange agreements signed by the Government of India with the governments of other countries or in accordance with other relevant schemes and programmes of the ICCR.  Those interested may contact ICCR and / or the Indian Embassy in their respective countries.

 

The college may directly admit international students in limited number subject to the applicant being found suitable for the course and upon fulfillment of all rules of the Government of India in this regard, including obtaining a valid student visa.

 

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Updates
The prestigious SUMITRA CHARAT RAM AWARD for Lifetime Achievement for 2017 will be presented to the eminent Hindustani vocalist Smt Girija Devi (posthumously) on 17 November 2017 in Kamani Auditorium, New Delhi. The Award was decided by the Governing Council of the Kendra in the month of August and was accepted by Girija Devi ji. Due to her sad demise meanwhile on October 24, the award will be received by her daughter Dr Sudha Datta (Munni ji). The Award will be presented by Shri Hardeep Singh Puri, Hon'ble Minister of State(I/C), Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs, Government of India at a special function on 17 November at 6.45 pm. The presentation ceremony will be followed by a musical tribute by disciples of the late Smt Girija Devi. All are welcome.

 

The prestigious SUMITRA CHARAT RAM AWARD for Lifetime Achievement for 2017 will be presented to the eminent Hindustani vocalist Smt Girija Devi (posthumously) on 17 November 2017 in Kamani Auditorium, New Delhi. The Award was decided by the Governing Council of the Kendra in the month of August and was accepted by Girija Devi ji. Due to her sad demise meanwhile on October 24, the award will be received by her daughter Dr Sudha Datta (Munni ji). The Award will be presented by Shri Hardeep Singh Puri, Hon'ble Minister of State(I/C), Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs, Government of India at a special function on 17 November at 6.45 pm. The presentation ceremony will be followed by a musical tribute by disciples of the late Smt Girija Devi. All are welcome.