3 day ‘Misaal India’ workshop to began in north Kashmir from today

Srinagar, Feb 02 (KNS): The three-day art and skill program ‘Misaal Kashmir’ will began on Wednesday onwards in north Kashmir’s Kupwara district.

As per the statement issued to KNS, Artist Rouble Nagi who is the founder of the Misaal Mumbai initiative is on four day visit to the valley would inaugurate an art camp at Good Will School Handwara, where 200 students are expected to participate in the event.

Rouble Nagi who is also a social worker and motivational speaker said that the main motive behind the initiative is educating people through art.

“Misaal Kashmir has been already inaugurated few weeks before in the valley while Misaal Jammu would be launched on February 10th,” she said.

She said they have conducted several art camps related to youth empowerment, employment workshops and the community conducts workshops for women.

The art program will be followed by another motivational talk at Degree College Handwara with students about their future planning. Later it will be followed by a community workshop of women in Kupwara.

Rouble Nagi said their main aim is to make people self-reliant and self-sufficient as unemployment is increasing day by day. Women empowerment, creation of job opportunities for youth, and effective waste management, she said.

“Our aim is to provide quality education at our centers,” she said.

Rouble Nagi Art Foundation (RNAF) is a not-for-profit organization set up with the vision to make sure that all children get an education that helps them become caring, responsible, and productive citizens. 

As a concrete step towards realizing this vision, RNAF has various programs that aim at providing quality education for underprivileged children by introducing low cost and sustainable educational models.

“Misaal Mumbai” is an initiative by social activist Rouble Nagi. It started with Paint Dharavi in 2016” she said.

“The main aim is to connect to people through Art, bring a positive change in their mindset. Educating through art about the importance of children Education, empowering,” Nagi added.(KNS)

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