Efforts of ‘Divyaz foundation’ for giving opportunity to hidden talent among children is praiseworthy

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Mumbai, 23 June:- The children who wish to make their career in the field of music, but not getting any opportunities are provided a platform by ‘Divyaz Foundation’. This is a good move and laudable work done by the foundation said Chief Minister Mr Devendra Fadnavis.

            He was speaking at the Prize Distribution ceremony of “Mitti ke Sitare” organized by the Divyaz Foundation. The program begin with the lighting of traditional lamp at the hands of Chief Minister Fadnavis and Amruta Fadnavis. Revenue minister Chandrakant Patil, finance and planning Minister Sudhir Mungantiwar, higher and Technical Education Minister Vinod Tawde, women and child development Minister Pankaja Munde, Medical Education Minister Girish Mahajan, Grammy award winner Jerry Onda, renowned singer Shankar Mahadevan, musician Anu Malik, actress Manisha Koirala, actor Jackie Shroff, actor and singer Himesh Reshammiya, dignitaries from political, social and art field were represent on the occasion.

            The ‘Mitti ke Sitare’ is a venture in which nearly 600 students from the schools of Mumbai municipal corporation have send their musical video clips. After the audition, 18 students was selected. They were imparted training at the Shankar Mahadevan Academy. Three groups A, B and C were formed among this students. The first prize was won by group ‘A’ second by Group ‘C’. All the participants were give medal and certificates.

Divyaz Foundation is engage in hidden talent hunt among the children of Mumbai and encouraging and honing their musical skills by imparting training so that they may showcase their talent to the global audience. The foundation gives them opportunity to present their hidden talent. Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis also inaugurated – www.divyajfoundation.org -the website of the foundation.