Around 2000 Singaporean students will get trained by Delhi university in subjects of Indian music and dance


The University of Delhi will train around 2000 Singaporean students in subjects like Hindustani music and Carnatic music. The memorandum, also known as a memorandum of understanding, stated that the students would learn Indian dance forms and various other Indian art forms.
The memorandum of understanding was signed virtually on Thursday with the Singaporean Indian fire arts society, also known as SIFAS. SOFAS is also going to get access to the resources and capabilities of the Delhi university’s music department and will also be provided with teaching staff.
KV Rao, the president of SIFAS, stated that the cultural history shared between India and Singapore is cherished, and music works as a unifying force in bringing people together.
Delhi University organized an international conference on the topic of traditional music in different cultures. During the discussion on the topic of traditional music in different cultures, Rao stated that the post covid 19 World is a place where mental health is the issue that needs attention on a priority basis, and music is something that allows an individual to be pauce and chive peace and mindfulness.
This collaboration will open new vistas for SIFAS students, teachers, and people of the southeast Asian region to work together.


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