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Results of ‘Treasure Hunt’ declared


Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal, The results of a competitive event ‘Treasure Hunt’ that was organised on the occasion of International Museum Day on 18th May 2018, at Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya declared today. This competition was categorized into two groups; for general public and for the Sangrahalaya staff. In the category of general public, Ms. Raksha Tanvar & Ms. Vivek Pathak won the first prize, Shri Sunil Yadav & Shri. Nitesh stood second and Ms. Amrita Jain & Ms. Anushri awarded with third prize. While consolation prize awarded to Shri Ayush & Shri Anuj Whereas in the category of Sangrahalaya staff, Shri Rajendra Kumar Jhariya & Dr. Manoj Jain won the first prize, Shri Vivek Jain & Shri Sohan Singh won the second prize and Shri Lalit Bagul & Shri Dheer Singh won the third prize. The programme coordinator of this treasure hunt was Shri Sudheer Shrivastava (Publication Officer) and Shri Mohd. Rehan (Library Assistant). The winners will be awarded on World Environment Day programme (5 June). World Environment Day Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya under the celebrations of its World Environment Day is organising various programmes and activities at its premises on 5th June, 2018. The day will began with a bicycle rally from Shyama Prasad Mukerji Park, Patrakaar Colony at 6.15am. After that Tree Plantation will be organized. Exhibit of the month A traditional object is displayed in the appearance for a whole month. The exhibit for the month of June, 2018 is “Leephan” will be inaugurated by Dr. Sandesh Kumar Jain on Tuesday, 5th June, 2018, at Veethi Sankul indoor exhibition building. This exhibition is being mounted by Dr. Ashok Kumar Sharma (Assistant Keeper). Museum popar Lecture Sangrahalaya is organising a popular lecture on ‘Beat Plastic Pollution’. The key speaker of this lecture is Dr. Sandesh Kumar Jain (Director, Central Institute of Plastic Engineering & Technology, Bhopal) at Rock Art conference hall from 4.

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