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B. Ed teacher-trainees showcase their creativity
The B.Ed teacher-trainees of the School of Education (SOE), Berhampur University, displayed their creativity at an art exhibition
Berhampur: The B.Ed teacher-trainees of the School of Education (SOE), Berhampur University, displayed their creativity at an art exhibition. The teacher-trainees, who are expected to mould the future generation, showcased their paintings with a deep vision and made artefacts using waste and unused materials reflecting the essence of life. This was evident from the one-day annual art exhibition 'Kalakriti' organised by SOE Berhampur University on January 31.
"The art exhibition showed how the teacher-trainees are also good at art and have creativity. On the other hand, such an exhibition, which is open to the public, especially the school students, would enlighten them on their way of life and create interest in them", said Berhampur University Vice Chancellor Geetanjali Dash, who inaugurated the event at SOE Building.
The main objective of the event was to boost the talent of a budding teacher and also inspire other students who are interested in visual art. It is part of a course work in B.Ed with 50 marks for the project, said SOE Principal Sarat Kumar Sahoo, who along with Art Teacher Rabindranath Swain supervised the exhibition.
Hundreds of drawings, paintings and artefacts won the hearts of the visitors who enjoyed the 'Kalakriti.'
The teacher-trainees used waste and unused materials such as glass bottles, jute, paper and compact disks.
"The artefacts displayed every year are being kept in the SOE to enable the future students to boost their creativity and we adhere to no repetition," said the SOE Principal.