Outcome budget 2014-15 chapter-ii



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Purchase of Books; Journals; Rare books; Personal collections; Collection of slides through in-house digital photography and Purchase of slides; Microfilming of Manuscripts; Acquisition of Cultural archival material; Modernization of Digital Library Information System; Annotated Bibliography Index; Reprographic unit; Audio-visual equipment; Cultural Informatics and Creation of Galleries


Addition of books, periodicals, journals in the Library; Modernization of the Library services; State-of-art equipments in Reprography, Computer centre and media production; Setting up of three galleries for display of arts and crafts; Digitization of manuscripts, internal repository etc.; Operationalizing e-governance in the cultural field; Collection of archival material from the North-East.







(iv)

Modernization of office Equipment in IGNCA

To equip the office with furniture and equipment, in keeping with the design and structure of the state-of-the-art building.







Modernization of office Equipment in IGNCA

To equip the office with furniture and equipment, in keeping with the design and structure of the state-of-the-art building.

Modernization of office Equipment in IGNCA




(v)

Multi-volume Documentation of Rashtrapati Bhawan Project

Multi -volume Documentation Project of the Rashtrapati Bhawan may consist of the volume/s on Grounds and gardens of Rashtrapati Bhawan; its Archaeological significance its Architecture including the monuments; Paintings, prints, drawings, sculptures and murals; Furniture and carpets; Flora and fauna; Anecdotal History; President's Body Guard and its retreat in Dehradun; Mashobra and Hyderabad.







Duration of the project will be for three years. Therefore, the jobs prescribed at column - 3 will be taken up and completed in a phrased manner in three years.


Duration of the project will be for three years. Therefore, the jobs prescribed at column - 3 will be taken up and completed in a phrased manner in three years.


One year

On-going project

(vi)

Cultural Cartography

Map ecological and cultural profile of diverse communities of India along with specific aspects of art and crafts traditions prevalent among them.







Cultural Cartography

Map ecological and cultural profile of diverse communities of India along with specific aspects of art and crafts traditions prevalent among them.

Cultural Cartography




6 (a)

National Archives for Audio Visual Materials

This will act as central data bank on intangible cultural heritage and Nodal Agency for integrated knowledge and actual documented material.

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Date of completion of the project will be 31st March 2017. Pilot project will be submitted to the Ministry of Culture. The project will start only after the approval of the Ministry of Culture.

Date of completion of the project will be 31st March 2017. Pilot project will be submitted to the Ministry of Culture. The project will start only after the approval of the Ministry of Culture.

One year

On- going project

7.

National School of Drama, New Delhi

To Promote Theatre and to conduct theatre training programmes.

12.24

28.96

The school organizes various activities/ programmes in the north-east area from funds ear-marked under NER and also funds earmarked for TSP.







Normally non- plan grant is used for administrative and establishment expenses.

(i)

Extension Programme

To conduct Theatre workshops and partime workshops/ courses in different parts of the country and other training programmes



To benefit a vast majority of theatre enthusiasts in various states with diverse languages and cultural backgrounds and to create theatre awareness in them.







Appox. 50 Nos. of theatre workshops are planned to be organized across the country with different focus areas aimed at benefiting theatre enthusiasts in various states and covering diverse languages, which includes short term and intensive theatre workshops.


To benefit a vast majority of theatre enthusiasts in various states with diverse languages and cultural backgrounds and to create theatre awareness and to impart training in theatrical skills.


During the course of the year.




(ii)

Organizing of training courses/ Children Theatre Workshops in Delhi and outside Delhi

To develop personality and give exposure to children in terms of their expressions and confidence.







Around 8 No. of Children theatre workshops are planned to be conducted during the year. The major thrust of the workshops is to create an atmosphere that encourages children to raise questions, make decisions and choices with an awareness of themselves through plays.

Children will be exposed to new techniques of theatre to develop the personality and confidence of children through theatre workshops and training courses.

During the course of the year.




(iii)

Organizing of collaborative programme of traditional group in villages and theatre festival/ exhibition.

Providing 3-year Diplolma in Dramatic Art with forms being practice different regions of the country by organizing collaborative workshops with traditional groups in villages, theatre festivals and exhibitions.







Theatre workshops and performances with traditional groups would be conducted; Performance by students , Fellows with collaborative theatre groups; Display exhibitions; Foreign visits under CEP with students production; Collaborative Theatre Festivals; Collaborative Performances, Cultural Exchange Programmes with theatre institutes of other countries and participation in theatre festivals of other countries.

To familiarize the students with the theatre art/culture practiced by the traditional groups in different regions of the country and to popularize the traditional forms of theatre. Showcasing / Sharing of students productions under.*

During the course of the year.

* Cultural Exchange Programmes with other countries & Theatre Institutes.

(iv)

Promotion of Folk, Tribal Arts and Educational Tours

To familiarize the students with the existing folk, music and tribal art forms.







Workshops with traditional groups. Educational tour for 1st, 2nd and 3rd year students.

To conduct educational tours for the students to familiarize them with the folk, music and tribal art forms of various regions.







(v)

Formation of Repertory Company of Adults performing for children (TIE Co).

Aim to promote theatrical performances for children through formation of a Repertory Company of adult performing for children.







School shows of plays in Delhi/ NCR; Summer Theatre Workshop with children at about nine centers in Delhi; Sunday club Activities (30- sessions with each group); Participating in Collaborative Children Theatre festivals; Tour show of TIE Co. outside Delhi; TIE Actors and Teachers training programmes; New Production; Shows of New Productions.


To promote experimental learning among children through drama/ theatre.

During the course of the year.




(vi)

Extension of Repertory Company
-National Theatre Festival & Parallel Theatre Festival

-National Children Theatre Festival – Bal Sangam/ Jashne-Bachpan

NSD Regional Resource Centre, Bangalore.


Dissemination of Indian plays in India and Outside the country.
To conduct National Theatre festival in different regions of India to showcase theatre productions of reputed theatre groups from all over the country and abroad, including production of young and emerging theatre directors and theatre institutions.
To focus on the role of theatre in the integrated growth of a child touching up on his/her psychology, mental and social growth. It provides an opportunity to the Children’s theatre groups to showcase their productions on a common platform. Besides raising awareness about issues through their plays, the festival also gives theatre groups a chance to learn from each other’s experience.
To take the theatre movement to the grass root level, to make it more accessible to theatre workers, and to provide artists and theatre practitioners with opportunities to learn and practice the art of theatre in their own language and cultural context.







Performance of plays in Delhi and Outside Delhi; Shows of new productions; Shows in Summer Festival; Sponsorship performances; Participation in BRM; Collaborative performance with Groups; Development of Hindi Mobile Theatre cum Repertory.
Organizing 17th edition of Interational Theatre Festival – Bharat Rang Mahotsav in which theatre groups from India and abroad participates with their productions.

NSD Organizes every year National Children Theatre Festival Jashne Bachpan/ Bal Sangam for Children.


Conducting short term training programmes, workshops and programme covering areas of children’s theatre performed by both children as well as adults, integrated and specialized workshops on acting , play production, play writing , etc. including seminars on eminent theatre persons in Southen zones.





Production of variety of plays ranging from stylized musicals to realistic contemporary Indian Drama to translations and adoption of foreign plays. Holding of Summer Theatre Festival in May – June 2014. Undertake performance tours to different parts of the country.

-International Theatre Festival BRM is organized to give students and theatre lovers an opportunity to find out for themselves where theatre stands at this point of time and to better equip the students to face the present day challenges theatre faces. About 72 productions from India & abroad participate in this festival.

-NSD Organizes every year National Children Theatre Festival Jashne Bachpan/ Bal Sangam for Children to provide necessary platform to Children Theatre groups to show case their productions on a common platform which give them a chance to learn from each other and share ideas.

Jashne – Bachpan festival will be organized in November, 2014.

-To take theatre movement to the grass root levels, to make it more accessible to theatre workers and to provide artists and theatre practitioners with opportunities to learn and practice the theatre art in their own language and cultural context.


During the course of the year.

17th BRM will be held in the month of January, 2015.






(vii)

Research work and publication programme

The basic aim of the scheme is dissemination of literature on theatre related subjects for research, students and theatre lovers. Under this programme NSD publishes books on theatre and translation of important books on theatre from English to Hindi.


Propagation and dissemination of theatre literature for scholars, students and theatre lovers.

Promotion and development of theatre activities.

It is an ongoing activity.


(viii)

Activities of theatre Documentation and Archives Centre in NSD.

Systematic preservation of students productions and those of the Repertory and TIE Co. including important and rare productions from across the country having archival value.







Archiving of theatre production, theatre music etc. including traditional and contemporary stage performances and Cultural festivals, lectures, workshops etc.


Archiving of theatre music and songs composed by great singers in contemporary Indian theatre, compilation and documentation of material on important theatre personalities for future study and reference purposes. Archiving productions across country on important subjects pertaining to training.

(ix)

Upkeep and Maintenance of NSD- Auditoriums.



Basic infrastructure needed to promote theatre and to conduct theatre training programmes.








Utilization of auditoriums for performance of plays and for training purposes.

Optimum utilization of auditoriums for performance of plays and for training purposes.

During the course of the year.

(x)

Appreciation courses and workshops.


Appreciation courses and workshops are organized with a view to give an idea of the wider context against which the theatre operates.







Appreciation courses and workshops will be organized for students



To acquaint the students with the production processes, techniques on various aspects of the theatre art.

During the course of the year.

(xi)

Scholarship /Fellowship for students and fellows.


Fellowships are offered to students who have graduated from NSD with a view to providing them with opportunities of creative work.








Expansion of creative theatrical work in terms of knowledge and experience.

Promotion of theatre activity.

During the course of the year.

(xii)

Running and maintenance of Students Hostel.



To provide hostel facility to the student undergoing 3- year training course. (Residential Programme)







Maintaining hostels for the residential training programme at NSD.

To maintain hostels for the residential training programme at NSD.

It is an ongoing activity.

8.

National Gallery of Modern Art (NGMA)

To create an understanding and sensitivity among the Indian public towards visual and plastic arts in general and to promote the development of contemporary art in particular at par with international level.

5.35

17.00







Normally non- plan grant is used for administrative and establishment expenses.


(i)

Up-gradation, Modernization and maintenance of museum of Modern Art at New Delhi, Mumbai and Bangluru.

To promote development of contemporary art at par with international level.







Maintenance of a well organized Gallery of Modern Art with excellent display of Art objects at par with International Standards at New Delhi, Mumbai and Bangaluru.09 Special exhibitions / Retrospective exhibitions of eminent artists are proposed to be held during 2014-15 including those of Rabindranath Tagore’s “The Last Harvest” at Calcutta, Raj Rewal, Meera Mukharjee, B.V. Doshi, Tyeb Mehta, Kusama Yayoi(Japan) and Raqs Media to be organized, at least 700 Films shows on art to be screened in the auditoriums, about 300 conducted tours to be organized. Art sketch club is held every Sunday, summers art workshop to be organized, 20 seminars on Art practices to be conducted by eminent artists, 3 Catalogues and 10 portfolios of special exhibitions to be released. Gallery shops at NGMA, Mumbai, Bangaluru and Delhi will be well stocked with art related publications and souvenirs. Art reference library and documentation and

digitization of art collections to be undertaken. Conservation and Restoration of Art Work and cleaning and conditioning of reserve collections are to be undertaken during the year. Over 25000 art lovers are expected to visit the Museums.



Increased understanding and Aesthetic awareness of Art students, Art researches & general public about contemporary arts.



9.


Asiatic Society Kolkata

Declared as an institution of National Importance. To launch research projects on language, literature, culture and socio-economical aspects.

12.50

9.50







Normally, non plan grant is used for administrative and establishment expenses.

(i)

Development of Library System

To establish build, maintain institutions for promotion of research in humanities and sciences.







Acquire books, journal etc., its preservation and maintenance to cater readers with books and references.

Estimated 3530 male and 4142 female readers will be served by providing Library facilities.

Throughout the year.

Continuous Process

(ii)

Development of Museum & User facility

Preserved manuscripts in the museum which has a rich collection of archival records, coins inscriptions and very valuable lithographs. This display of MSS is used by a good number of researchers.







Acquisition of MSS, Painting, artifacts, its documentation, preservation for inspection of the scholarly viewers. Detailed in Annexure II

Projected 160 Indian and 55 foreign visitors, Research Scholars.

Throughout the year.

Continuous Process

(iii)

Conservation & Preservation of rare books, MSS & Development of Reprographic Unit

To take effective measure for the preservation of brittle and fragile manuscripts, rare books and other ancient objects kept in the Museum and Library of Society. Their microfilm facilities & microfiche services.







Preserve rare and general books, MSS etc.of functional and service departments.

Preserve rare books, MSS, Painting etc. of Library, Museum and other departments

Throughout the year.

Continuous Process

(iv)

Publication Programme

To bring out the publication of high academic standard for which the society is known to the world of scholars. Particular emphasis is made on the publication of books under the Bibliotheca Indica series.







Publication of research work, books, journals, booklet etc.

Publication of 14 books, 4 Journals, 10 M. Bulletins, 5 booklets.

Throughout the year.

Continuous Process

(v)

Augmentation of Research

Research work in different areas, imparting training, conduction seminars, lectures, workshops etc.







Research work in different areas, imparting training, conducting seminars, lecture, workshop etc.

50 Projects, 8 Research funding to outside projects, 10 Seminars, 20 Lectures, 3 Training / Workshop.

Throughout the year

Continuous Process

(vi)

Developmental work and Security arrangements

Expansion programme to overcome its space constraints.







Construction of building, expansion of existing building including electrifications and arrangement of other facilities. Procurement of equipment, modernization of security arrangement, computerization.

Construction work is expected to be completed.

Throughout the year.




10.

Centre for Cultural Resources and Training, New Delhi

Aims to improve the quality of life through the medium of Academies working in the field of linking education with culture.

4.33

22.00

From 2013-14, center will implement two schemes namely: Cultural Volunteers Scheme and Centre for Management of Cultural Resources.

This center has a NER Centre at Gowahati which undertake various activities in the Region.



Plan provision reflected in Col. 4 (ii) includes funds for carrying out the cultural activities under TSP.




Normally, non plan grant is used for administrative and establishment expenses.

(i)

Propagation of Culture among school students.

To conduct a variety of in-service Teacher Training Programmes such as Orientation Training Programmes, workshops, Seminars, Refresher course etc. in different parts of the country for school teachers, teacher educators etc. organization of educational activities for school students and children belonging to governmental and non-governmental organizations. Workshops for children of resettlement and basti colonies and for physically challenged students.







8700 Teachers/ Teacher Educators to be trained in various training Programmes including Short-Term Training Programmes with State Educational Departments.

6000 Teachers to be trained through Trainers; 75000 Students to be trained under services and community feedback programme- 350 New Culture Clubs to be setup in various states in the country; 10 Lectures on Indian Art and Culture to be organized.

Production

2-3 Video Productions including CD-ROMs will be produced; 20 Publications including Work Books and reprints to be published; 1200 Educational Kits to be produced and distributed



Cultural awareness among school going children through CCRT trained teachers.

Teachers are deputed by respective state Education Departments as per the eligibility criteria of CCRT.





(ii)

Cultural Talent Search Scholarship Scheme (CTSS)

Aims at providing facilities by awarding scholarship to study the performing and other arts to outstanding young children in the age group of 10-14 years.








620 Scholarships to be awarded under Cultural Talent Search Scholarships Scheme

2 Cultural festivals to be organized for scholarship holders.


2 Seminar for Gurus of scholarship holders


Providing facilities by awarding scholarships to study performing and other arts among outstanding young children




Children for the award of scholarships are selected on the recommendations of various Selection Committees.

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(a)

Cultural Heritage Volunteers (CHV) Schemes/ Cultural Heritage Young Leadership Programme



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