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Jaipur's college celebrates Teacher's Day with play 'Aazadi'
On the occasion of Teacher's Day, in the afternoon of September 5, a grand play titled 'Aazadi' written by noted Hindi author and spoken word artist Dr Raghava Prakash is going to be staged in which over one thousand students of Global College of Global Excellence are going to participate.

The play will be staged on September 6, also since over the last few years, the play has become popular among the theatre lovers of Jaipur.

The play is based on the freedom struggle in India from the year 1857 to 1947 and has become a world class theatre presentation activity. Since the last year some foreign tourists also witnessed the play and were impressed by the mass participation of students.

For the play, the students have rehearsed for about fifteen days along with their regular subject classes.

"This play provides them a platform for not only a hilarious performance but also giving them encouragement to open up, confidence to face the spectators, to articulate in a forceful voice, to establish a fierce eye contact, to feel a vibration in the mind and in body, to internalise the strength of truth and non-violence, deep commitment, mass participation sacrifice and a constant positive hope for a triumph in life, in spite of many debacles, hurdles, odds, weaknesses and moments of apathy and impassivity," informs the college.

It is a joint venture of teachers and students, which have non-theatrical advantages since it transforms the students and the teachers into a more vigilant, studious, patient, innovative and bold learner, hold the organisers of the play.

Besides being a pedagogical tool for the students of drama, the mass participant of students from different streams of studies leads to removal of stage fright and their personality development. The activity is said to be creating the world as a gigantic and grand stage show involving participation of about 2000 students.

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