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Apeejay Children’s Literary Festival

14 -17 January 2016

Modern High School For Girls

Thursday, 14th January

10.00 AM - 1.30 PM

Text and the City Interschool Literary Festival featuring Indrani Dasgupta Paul, Anuja Chauhan, Durjoy Datta, Ravinder Singh. For invited schools only.

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Presidency University

Friday, 15th January

11.00 AM - 12.00 PM

Ethics and the Public Intellectual Ashis Nandy in conversation with Prof. Swapan Chakravorty.

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12.15 PM - 1.15 PM

Good Girl Bad Girl:Representing the Prostituted Woman in Popular Culture Ruchira Gupta in conversation with Anupama Mohan.

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2.15 PM - 3.30 PM

Love Equals Chemistry: Or Does It? Panel Discussion: Shobhaa De, Anuja Chauhan, Vera Slepoj, Kathryn Harkup and Hia Sen. Moderated by Sumit Chakraborti.

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Apeejay Lawns

Saturday, 16 January

10.00 AM - 01.00 PM

So what if I have a problem, I am still growing UP Concerns and paradoxes of student life. An inspirational session by Jeroninio Almeida supported by Jimmy Tangree. In memory of Shri Jit Paul.

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Apeejay Children’s Literary Festival

Welcome to two days of fun, learning and excitement with the Apeejay Children’s Literary Festival! With interesting plays by children’s theatre group Jhalapala, The Creative Arts, eminent theatre personalities Ramanjit Kaur, Baishali Chatterjee Dutt, Shuktara Lal, well known child specialist Dr Anupam Sibal and many more, this year’s festival vows to be the most electrifying time for students, teachers and parents. Curated & conducted by Ramanjit Kaur & The Creative Arts. Presented with The Creative Arts & Oxford Junior. Pre-registration through schools or at +919830775677

2.00 PM

Inauguration of Apeejay Children's Literary Festival

Percussionist Tanmoy Bose and his sons Shilladitya and Shauryaditya Bose perform a musical tribute to teachers and gurus.

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2.30 PM

Parental Guidance

Kolkata release of well-known child specialist Dr. Anupam Sibal's book ‘Is Your Child Ready to Face the World?’ with a foreword by Amitabh Bachchan. Followed by a special session by the author on parenting.

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3.00 PM

Dr. Seuss’s ‘Horton Hears a Who’ as a Bengali play ‘Ta Se Jatoi Chhoto Hok’ by leading children’s theatre group Jhalapala.

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4.00 PM

'The Two Acrobats'

Australian children's writer Jeanne Ryckmans reads from her book.

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4.30 PM

Tick- Talking

Conducted by Raju Raman. One Minute extempore activity, teachers vs students

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Sunday, 17 January

10.00 AM

Sing Me a Story

A teacher-student activity: take any folk tale from around the world and present it as a song.

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11.15 AM

Pix a Tale

Interactive city related story writing activity with Mahima Varma and Shuktara Lal.

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12.30 PM

Rhyme Time

Rhyming poetry session byBaisali Chatterjee Dutt.

 

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2.00 PM

What Dreams May Come

Singer Anita Basu Mallick singschildren's songs from around the world.

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3.00 PM

All the World's a TCA Stage

Excerpts from Shakespeare, a TCA play directed by Baisali and Shuktara.

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4.30 PM

Story Stage

A parent-child story enactment as a tribute to grandparents.


 

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