127 birth anniversary of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar
On April 14th, 2018 Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya celebrate 127 birth anniversary of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar. On this occasion newly recruited civil servants of 101th Combined Basic Training Programme undergoing training at RCVP Naronha Academy of Administration & Management visited Manav Sangrahalaya.
The delegation was welcomed by Joint Director, IGRMS Shri. Dilip Singh who gave them the initial information aboutAmbedkar’s Jayanti and He further said - Today is a special day for the all mankind’s Dr. Ambedkar is not a leader of particularly community as you perceives certain section perceives is the leader of particular community or not a particular country. He is a Global leader. He is an advocate of a soft power, he gives the culture of equality, fraternity and liberty. He added that museum is a temple of soft power and this soft power is the only power by which we can become a super power .
After that all dignitaries gave the floral tribute on Dr.B. R. Ambedkar.
After that Director, IGRMS, Prof. Sarit Kumar Chaudhuri gave them the basic information about IGRMS. He said - "Today is really a very important occasion to all of us as your visit coincided with the birth anniversary of Dr.B. R. Ambedkar." He explained why IGRMS is perceived as a non-conventional museum and added that IGRMS as a museum is definitely passionate about the objects, but IGRMS is equally concern about different issues of our time. I think that brings Dr. Ambedakar and many other such legendry figures within our institutional frame, he was not only the maker of the Indian constitution he was social reformer who could thought of addressing the issues of social inequality for the development of Indian nation. He requested all civil servants to get connected with IGRMS through social networks and ventilet their ideas and imaginations for the onward march of the national institution.
The program was conducted by Dr. Ashok Kumar Sharma (Assistant Keeper) and Dr. P. Shankar Rao (Assistant Keeper) gave the vote of thanks.
On this occasion the 87 young trainee officers visited the rock art shelters and Veethi Sankul- indoor exhibition building of the museum. The officers were guided through the visit by the senior officers of the museum. All young officers learnt about the social and administrative system of rural societies of India.