Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts to Set Up 6 New Regional Centres (Download PDF)

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Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts (IGNCA) is premier govt. -funded arts organization established on November 1985 in memory of Indian PM Indira Gandhi by PM Rajiv Gandhi. Indira Gandhi National Centre for Arts Trust was constituted at New Delhi on March 1987.

  • Centre is visualized as centre encompassing study & experience of all arts.

  • In this centre there is symbolism of components clearly articulated at diff. levels. Elements like fire, water, earth, sky & vegetation were brought together.

Vision for the IGNCA

  • To make IGNCA the Centre for Cultural Rejuvenation in the country

  • To make it a Centre of Socio-Cultural Dialogue and understanding

  • To make it a Centre of Knowledge and Research for South Asian Cultural Heritage

  • To make it a Centre of Learning for studies of Cultural Heritage of Indian Diaspora

  • To make it a Centre of Convergence for various art forms, traditions, heritage, in and around country

  • To make it a people friendly centre where creation and intellect from every corner is equally respected

  • To make it a Centre where tradition meets modernity, where the classical meets the folk, where art meets science, where ethos meets expression and where tradition meets innovation

Mission for the IGNCA

  • To make it an Institute of National Importance

  • To make it a world class Repository of Art and Culture

  • To make it an Institute of excellence of higher learning in the field of Indian Art and Culture

  • To promote Indology studies from Indian perspective

  • To nurture Indian scholarship in the field of Culture, Art, Literature, Archaeology and other related fields

  • To make it a world class Centre of Manuscriptology and Conservation

  • To create and develop big archive for Indian Cultural Studies in Physical and Digital format.

Regional Centers and Colllobarations

  • IGNCA proposes to start 6 new regional centres at Ranchi, Vadodara, Goa, Thrissur, Jammu/Srinagar & Puducherry.

  • Centre has existing centres at Varanasi, Guwahati & Bengaluru.

Map of IGNCA proposes to start 6 new regional centres

Map of IGNCA Proposes to Start 6 New Regional Centres

Map of IGNCA proposes to start 6 new regional centres

  • IGNCA has endeavoured for networking w/Universities, Academic & other Institutions for mutual collaboration by signing MoUs for making IGNCA, vibrant national institution for art & culture.

  • IGNCA started new outreach cell to expand outreach of IGNCA.

- Published/Last Modified on: June 5, 2018

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