Maxvision chose only government schools with the belief that unlike in private schools, no heed is paid or efforts are being made to find out and polish the talents of the students in the government schools, where most of the talent is hidden.
"Undoubtedly talent is there but unfortunately we all know what is the condition of government schools today in our country. They pay no heed and do not bother about the talent hidden in these kids. They are barely taught there. How can we expect these extra efforts? That's why we have chosen government schools only," Dr Brijesh said.
With the collaboration of Performing Art Projects, Maxvision has a target to cover all government schools and find out some great talent by October 6th. "We have a panel of judges who are professionals and degree holders in their respective fields of Drama and Vocals to take auditions and find out talent. I believe we will complete auditions by last week of September," Dr Brijesh added.
Covering almost 4 to 5 schools daily is a tough task for Maxvision but as per Dr Brijesh it is a biggest platform for the underprivileged kids who have talent but are not nurtured and able to use it for their growth.
"After auditions, there will be a state level competition in different categories, which will be a first competition of its kind in India, which Haryana is organizing," claimed Dr Brijesh.
He said that their motive is not to just conduct routine auditions – distributing prize money and leave there, but the main motive of Maxvision is to make them successful individuals and look after their growth until they stand on their feet using their discovered talent. And even in future if these kids need any kind of support Maxvision will always ready to support them.
"We always tell our kids that Drama is not just a nautanki. It includes all as DRAMA stands for Dance Rhythm Acting Music and Action and they need to excel in all of them," said Dr Brijesh who has almost 10 years of experience in working for NGOs after leaving a good job.
Other than this current talent hunt, the main motive of Maxvision is to educate kids from slum areas. They have been organizing classes in their areas from 2009, and till today almost 550 students are taking mainstream education after getting primary education from Maxvision and almost 8000 are doing good jobs since its inception in 2004.
Dr Brijesh concluded by saying, "We always try to encourage these small kids that they can earn nothing by collecting trash and wasting their lives. It is very unfortunate that the talent of these kids remains unused for their growth and ultimately for the growth of the country."
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