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Group-II Officer Trainees Present a Cultural Festival, “Mana Samburalu”, via Virtual Mode, at  MCR HRD Institute

The Direct Recruit Group-II Service Officers of Telangana State, who are attending the Foundation Course at Dr MCR HRD Institute, presented a Cultural Festival, “Mana Samburalu”, via Virtual Mode.

Over 400 Officer Trainees, from across the Telengana State, and Senior Officers, Faculty, and Staff of the Institute witnessed the virtual event, which was held seamlessly. The glorious singing, energetic folk dances, and soulful music uplifted mood of the audience and provided them a great foot tapping time.

 B P Acharya  DG, Dr. MCR HRD Institute & Spl. Chief Secretary stated that learning and perfecting multiple talents will empower the Officer Trainees to perform their jobs effectively and thereby fully serve the interests of different sections of society, especially its poor counterparts. He advised them to pursue their hobbies in order to make their personalities well-rounded. He applauded

them for mobilizing and donating an amount of over Rs one lakh to five folk artists of Telangana.

Harpreet Singh, ADG of the Institute said that merely getting a job should not be the end of the career journey of the Officer Trainees. “Continuous development of careers, till retirement and beyond, should be their ultimate aim, rather than succumbing to a sense of complacency”, he added. T Uma Rani, Sub Inspector (Prohibition & Excise Dept), kick-started the scintillating evening

with the most haunting melodies, “Jaya Jayahe Telangana” and “Shankara Nadhasharirapara”, and received a huge round of applause. Dr. Sudha Madhuri, Sub Inspector (Prohibition & Excise Dept), presented a soulful number, “Janani Shivakamini”, which proved to be a grand treat for the music enthusiasts. Surendra Banerjee, Sub Inspector (Prohibition & Excise Dept), paid rich tributes to late S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, a multi-talented singer, by singing two hit songs, “Jamu Rathri Jabilamma” and “Vidhatha Talapuna”.

D Jhansi, Sub Inspector (Prohibition & Excise Dept), presented Lambadi Dance, in colourful costumes and tribal jewellery, and captured the hearts of one and all. Similarly,  Rubeena Mohd, Sub Inspector (Prohibition & Excise Dept), garnered huge admiration for her Bathukamma and Folk Dance performances.

The entries by the Officer Trainees in the Creativity Contest in Painting, Photography, Drawings, etc., a skit on the Benefits of Labour Card, presented by M Raju, RT Krishna Sagar, and Srikanth Merugu, Assistant Labor Officers (Labor Dept), Poetry Recitation by Vinod Kumar, Sub-Inspector (Prohibition & Excise Department), and a Documentary on the plight of Pochampally

Handloom Weavers, made by Miss Rini Anweshi S P, Sub-Inspector (Prohibition & Excise Department), were widely appreciated by one and all on account of their socially-relevant messages. Soumya Rani, Additional Course Coordinator welcomed the audience and also proposed a vote of thanks. The lively anchoring by  Rini Anweshi S P, and K Sai Vikas, Sub-Registrar, (Stamps and Registration Department) was an icing on the cake

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