News Correspondent, abptakmaa, Kolkata, 6th Jun 2020 : On the occasion of the “ World Environment Day”, ‘Hobe Ki Hobe Na’ a theatre group from Bengaljoined hands with Noble Institution for Environmental Peace, Canada ( NIEP) and their chartered university NIU ( Noble International University) to spread Environmental Peace.
“The objective of today’s graffiti on streets program was to spread awareness about social programs like preventing domestic violence, stopping use of 50 micron plastic, wasting water among others; but more importantly to empower our youth” said Dr. Tanima Bhattacharya, Associate Professor and Assistant Dean of Studies at Noble International University.
“Through our art form
we have decided to speak up against mob lynching, child marriage, female
feticide. We must strive to protect our older generation at home, protect our
Constitutional Rights as citizens of this great Nation!” added Bidesh Hazra,
Director of the theater group ‘Hobe ki Hobe na’
The street demonstration was carried out with small group, maintaining social distancing and following other protocols pertaining to Covid-19 situation in India.
Noble Institution for Environmental Peace, Canada won the International Peace Award in 2019 and together with Noble International University (NIU) it has organized for pioneering online classes for aspiring talent of eminent Theatre Group – “Hobe Ki Hobe Na” under the supreme guidance of Associate. Prof. Dr. Tanima Bhattacharya, Assistant Dean of Studies and Mr Bidesh Hazra, Director of Hobe Ki Hobe Na.
Prof. Dr. Bob Ganguly and Prof. Dr. Roger Hansell are facilitating a lifetime opportunity to achieve one’s dreams to be an Internationally Acclaimed Artist for talents across Kolkata and West Bengal. In this dignified venture, Dr. Shima Azizi, Project Director of Noble Institution for Environmental Peace, Canada and Prof. Marijo Readdey, Dean of Studies of Noble International University are equally involved. Publicity : All Big Thinkers.