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2) Sri G N Desikan & Sri Thyagaraja Sangeetha Vidyalayam: Sri Thyagaraja Sangeetha Vidyalayam, Saidapet, Chennai 600 015, is to conduct the programmes in the field of music for Silver, Gold and Diamond jubilee year in 2005 due to the following reasons: - Sri Thyagaraja Sangeetha Vidyalayam, Saidapet, Chennai 15, Tamil Nadu, started in 1980 by Founder & Principal Sri G N Desikan, will be completing 25 years of musical service. This celebration will synchronise with the completion of 75 years of age for Sri G N Desikan and also his service in the music field for 50 years.
3) Mumbai Offers City's First Carnatic Music Degree: MUMBAI, INDIA, August 30, 2002: The Shanmukhananda Sangeet Vidyalaya
offer a University of Mumbai-recognized degree course in the Indian
classical Carnatic music as part of the golden jubilee celebrations
parent body, the Shanmukhananda Fine Arts and Sangeetha Sabha,
Sion. The Bachelor of Fine Arts (Carnatic) to be offered by the
will be the first degree course in Carnatic music offered outside
The course is part of the sabha's plan to popularize the learning and
appreciation of classical music in Mumbai, say members. The Vidyalaya
presently offers diploma courses in Carnatic music and teaches
music in the Hindustani style to nearly 730 students. According to
of the sabha, there has been a gradual decline in the popularity of
classical music in the city though several organizations have been
hard to change that. "There has been a revival of classical music in
India with more youngsters learning it, but Mumbai has been
want to play the role of a catalyst here," said V. Shankar, president
4) Degree.net Central: The Degree.net web site and its tie-in line of books were established
to provide quality information on education, both traditional and
nontraditional. We aim to be the number one source of honest,
unbiased information on degree-granting institutions worldwide
7) One Answer on College Doesn\'t Fit All Graduates: Eidi Leonard is a career and college counselor in Newport Beach, Calif., where most parents are college-educated professionals. Recently, Ms. Leonard advised a high school student with poor grades but a passion for automobiles, finding him an internship at an elite racing car company.
She thought it could lead to a well- paid career. But the boy's parents were incensed, insisting that he go to college. Ms. Leonard suspects he will soon drop out and take less desirable work than the internship he rejected.
This kind of thing is happening all over the country because of an
illusion that college is for everyone and that a high-tech future
requires as many college graduates as possible. Yet the Department of
Labor expects only about a fourth of future jobs to require college
Short answer: no.
Long answer: maybe
11) Divyadhwani: Seetha Narayanan's School Of Carnatic Music: run by Smt Seetha Narayanan
The school was started in 1986 by Smt Seetha Narayanan to
meet a sorely- felt need for quality Carnatic music training in
Ayanavaram area of Chennai City.Over 200 students of all age-
groups(school and college children,housewives and even
elderly women) have benefited from the school and Seetha's
dedicated teaching.Now students come from even far away
places. and a few from abroad for advanced lessons. more
13) schoolyard subversion : That Crazy Feeling: Two years ago, after leaving the hospital a great change
came over me.
At school, I would always go outside for lunch, eating and
with my friends. But now, everything seemed different. The
brighter, the world looked happier, and every moment of
life I loved
living. Perhaps it was just the change of being outside the
after a few days, but I really felt as if the world looked
to me. But soon enough, school took its toll and I was
into its busy rush.