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Dear  <<First Name>>

Welcome to Sandesh Issue 6!  Via Sandesh, our endeavour is to offer you a sneak peek into the engaging and interactive Sanskriti Hindi classes.

The year 2016-17 has been a very successful year with significant milestones under our belt. It is extremely heartening to see Sanskriti Singapore blossoming steadily post its launch in January 2017. In Hong Kong, our 8th batch took the Government of India Hindi exams and passed with flying colours.

Thank you for the tremendous support offered by all of you in encouraging your child’s enthusiasm for learning Hindi and making the experience fun for them. Your support makes the class room endeavors of the Sanskriti faculty that much easier. 

We look forward to welcoming you all in late August and wishing you happy holidays as the very fulfilling term comes to an end. 

I would love to hear from you at info@sanskritiglobal.org for any queries about the new academic year.

Do join our facebook pages to see the classes in action. Thank you once again for your support to the Hindi learning efforts of the children! 

Warm regards,

गीतांजलि धर
Geetanjali Dhar
Director
 

HONG KONG

SANSKRITI UTSAV 2017 !

Sanskriti students showcased their command over Hindi language during Sanskriti Utsav 2017 held at Chiang Chen Studio Theatre, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, on 11th June 2017. Mr Puneet Agrawal Consul General of India to HKSAR & Macau SAR, presided over the event and awarded certificated to students for outstanding achievement in Hindi exams.
An array of folk dances, Munshi Premchand's iconic play, "Namak Ka Daroga" were some of the highlights of the show. We are very grateful to all parents and grandparents who greatly appreciated the efforts put in by the students to stay in touch with their cultural roots and Hindi language.
The event brochure acted as a learning tool by giving the history behind each folk song and making the dances very meaningful and educational.  

THREE CHEERS FOR TEJ & ISHITA

We are very proud of Tej N Sheopuri and Ishita Bansal (Sanskriti’s 8th batch) who demonstrated their high levels of Hindi language proficiency by clearing the exam with flying colours. This examination is conducted globally under the aegis of Ministry of HRD, Government of India on an annual basis and three cheers to them for their commitment and hard work.
Heartiest congratulations to:
  • Tej Narain Sheopuri  - student from Kellett School.
  • Ishita Bansal – student from French International School.

BAAT CHEET CLUB 

Hindithon was launched in the Baat Cheet club, focusing on encouraging the students to enhance their speaking skills. Hindithon saw increased usage of Hindi by students with the comprehension levels having gone up significantly.
Sanskriti was happy to assist the evaluation of skill badges of the Hong Kong Girl Guide Association’s Brownie unit and two of our students Tvisha Thakker and Mahima Malhotra were successfully evaluated and awarded the language badge for their Hindi speaking skills.

URDU & PUNJABI 

Launch of Urdu & Punjabi language classes.
It is with great pride that we announce the launch of Urdu and Punjabi language classes.  The Sanskriti faculty are seen with Mr Puneet Agrawal Consul General of India to HKSAR & Macau SAR.
Selected to be the language assessors by HKSAR Department:
Sanskriti had the privilege to be chosen as assessors for Hindi/Punjabi languages and assisting in screening best candidates for the job. 

SOUTHSIDE BATCH KA SWAGAT! 

Warm welcome to our new batch at Southside and looking forward to continuing the magical journey of learning Hindi and Indian culture!

CULTURAL DANCE WORKSHOPS

Sanskriti conducted cultural workshops as a part of an international school’s endeavors to educate their students in different cultures and in Expressive Arts. The program was tailored to enlighten the students about the history and origins of the dance, music and culture of that particular group of people.

SINGAPORE

After launching in January 2017, Sanskriti has grown steadily with classes being offered at two locations in Singapore. Two more batches are in the pipeline and we look forward to bringing the benefits of Sanskriti endeavour to a wider segment of students.

How is Sanskriti different?
  • The lessons are customized to a child learning Hindi outside India.
  • Themed crafts, quizzes and interactive games
  • Focus is on making Hindi learning fun.
  • Various platforms to keep the children engaged, various opportunities by way of speaking competition, class presentations, annual day, themed drawing competition based are offered.  
October 1st, 2017 will witness the The first Sanskriti Idol competition for Singapore students. The competition is being held at the prestigious UWC South Asia Learning Center.
Preparations are on for students to present their topics and winners will be crowned by an external panel of judges. We eagerly look forward to crowning the Sanskriti Idols for Singapore.

KAHAN KAHAN (LOCATIONS)

Costa Rhu -
Every Monday, our students come to attend Sanskriti classes at Costa Rhu. Additional age groups will be added from the coming term. Please email info@sanskritiglobal.org for more details.
Pebble Bay -
Classes are going on every Friday . In just 3 months, our  students are able to make impressive presentations in Hindi. For the coming term additional batches on other weekdays are being planned.  

THREE CHEERS FOR ARIA!

Congratulations to Aria Mathur for attaining a high level of Hindi language proficiency by clearing the Government of India exam with flying colors. She was a Sanskriti student in Hong Kong and is now continuing her journey as a Sanskriti Singapore student!

BAAT CHEET CLUB

Impressive presentations on "Mera Parivaar" by the students as a part of Baat Cheet Club!!
Learning the names of relations, formal names of elders in the family, making beautiful charts demonstrated how eagerly the children are embracing their mother language learning.

CREATIVE CORNER BY KAVYA MATHUR

Shabaash Kavya, for attempting to write on your own. We are very proud to showcase the text in it's original form! Keep trying and send us more...... 
Kavya is a student of Australian International School, Singapore.
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