MP Partners With Nagaland and Manipur For Ek Bharat-Shreshtha Bharat Yojana

Published on November 19, 2017
Under the Ek Bharat-Shreshtha Bharat Yojana, Madhya Pradesh has partnered with Manipur and Nagaland.
  • The Higher Education Department of Madhya Pradesh will be the nodal department to implement the scheme. 
  • An 8-member team from Madhya Pradesh toured Manipur and Nagaland in this regard.
  • Madhya Pradesh will participate in Sangai Mahotsav which will be organized in Manipur from November 21 to 30.
  • Teams of Manipur and Nagaland will take part in Lok Rang and Bal Rang programmes.
  • The aim of participating in these events is to present their cultural programmes and to apprise people with their culture. 
  • Translation work of Nagaland’s books has also been started in Madhya Pradesh with an aim to introduce people of the state with their activities and cultural heritage.

About Ek Bharat-Shreshtha Bharat Yojana

The scheme was launched by Hon’ble Prime Minister, 31st October on the occasion of Shree Vallabhbhai Patel’s birthday. 

Objectives of the initiative are

  • To celebrate the Unity in Diversity of our Nation and to maintain and strengthen the fabric of traditionally existing emotional bonds between the people of our Country;
  • To promote the spirit of national integration through a deep and structured engagement between all Indian States and Union Territories through a year-long planned engagement between States;
  • To showcase the rich heritage and culture, customs and traditions of either State for enabling people to understand and appreciate the diversity that is India, thus fostering a sense of common identity
  • To establish long-term engagements 
  • To create an environment which promotes learning between States by sharing best practices and experiences.

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