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Activities Carried Out
Out of the planned activities sum of the activities have been taken place recently. Basically we have organised five days camp in schools with children of class 6th, 7th & 8th in search of identify special talent develop them in that particular area such as – Painting, Writing, Theater & Craft. So far (25-10-2008) four camps have been organised in different schools. Besides that one special camp for craft is being organised in Madhya Vidyalya, Saidpur.
Camp No : 01
Date 08.09.08 - 12.09.08
Name of the School Madhya Vidyalaya Salimpur Ahra
Rajkiya Madhya Vidyalaya
Student Scientific Madhya Vidyalaya
Name of Experts Anish Ankur, Pawan ,Sneha, Sarita Singh, Kunal kr Sinha
Total No of Students participated in Camp
Activity Participants Total
Painting 20 72
Writing 18
Theater 33
Craft 1
Camp No : 02
Date 25.09.08 - 29.09.08
Name of the School Rajkiyakrit Madhya Vidyalaya Saidpur
Rajkiya Madhya Vidyalaya Shanti Niketan
Name of Experts Anish Ankur, Pawan, Sharda Singh, Smita, Sarita Singh
Total No of Students participated in Camp
Activity Participants Total
Painting 18 81
Writing 14
Theater 30
Craft 19
Camp No : 03
Date 15.10.08 - 19.10.08
Name of the School Madhya Vidyalaya Bahadurpur
Kanya Madhya Vidyalaya Bahadurpur
Name of Experts Sneha, Smita, Purnima, Sharda, Sarita Singh
Total No of Students participated in Camp
Activity Participants Total
Painting 30 82
Writing 11
Theater 21
Craft 16
Camp No : 04
Date 21.10.08 - 25.10.08
Name of the School Madhya Vidyalaya Bahadurpur
Kanya Madhya Vidyalaya Bahadurpur
Name of Experts Sneha, Smita, Purnima, Sarita Singh, Sharda Singh
Total No of Students participated in Camp
Activity Participants Total
Painting 26 98
Writing 16
Theater 22
Craft 34
Observation from the Camp
Our overall experience from the camp was found very positive and encouraging. It was observed that school principals, teachers and children were very cooperative. They have extended their every support during the camp. Camps activities were very much appreciated by principals, teachers and children. It is noticed that children are eagerly waiting to join our regular activity. Some children who have participated in camp have visited our office too to know about the future action. Several children are in touch with our trainers over phone or some other way and taking their advice/suggestion. This programme in found popular among the local community too. It observed by one of our team member who have visited that area after a week and heard title song of the play performed during the camp.
Publication of a News letter
After getting experience from several camps we have decided to publish a news letter from "Kilkari" since lot of materials are collected from the camps in the form of painting, story, poetry, case study written by school children.

Keeping in view of this publication we have organised a two days writers workshop to give a final shape of this news letter. This full publication is for children and most of the columns are written by children only. Attempt is made to make the presentation interesting and colourful. Apart from the stories, poetries and colourful pictures, many other things are also given in this news letter which will be very much liked by children.

Finally this news letter in the name of "Kilkari" has been released by Chief Minister in a foundation ceromany of "Kilkari" Bihar Bal Bhawan on 14th November 2008.
Participation in different events
Very recently on 06/11/08 & 11-12/11/08 we have got an opportunity to participate in Patna Book Fair and Shiksha Diwas celebration. In Book Fair, Children have performed 4 plays named Gadhha, Basta Gari, Aurat, Gopi Badha which they have learnt during the creativity development camp organized by Kilkari in their schools. Every performance was appreciated and media has also given it a nice coverage.

During the celebration of Shiksha Diwas on 11th-12th Nov, 08 we have demonstrated our activity through a stall. Stall itself was presented our every activity without saying anything from us. In such a manner stall was decorated. Background of the stall was explaining the basic objective of Kilkari. Inside the stall we have displayed materials developed by the children during creativity development camp; such as their poetry, story, painting, photographs, craft items etc. children from theater group have performed "Gaddha" Natak on the second day of the celebration.