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News UMISAA,BNU,Lahore,Pakistan - 30th July 2020

Art Work by Ms Yeshi Chodan, UNESCO Madanjeet Singh Institute for South Asian Arts (UMISAA ), BNU Scholar from Bhutan

News Thimphu, Bhutan - 29th July 2020

Sending our love from Bhutan

he past few months have opened our eyes to the goodness and kindness of humanity in the face of adversity, and it has filled us with much much gratitude. We really would like to thank each and everyone of you kind souls who has helped in getting us safely back to our country during this pandemic.....

News Webinar, Hosted by SAF-Nepal - 29th July 2020

Dr Nischal N Pandey, Chairperson, SAF Nepal organized Webinar to plan SAF Alumni Meet

A zoom webinar was organized on the planned SAF Alumni Meet by SAF Nepal. Dr. Nishchal N Pandey, chairperson of SAF Nepal said that these webinars will now be regularly held between alumni and SAF institutions

News UNESCO Chair, University of Calicut, Kerala, India - 28th July 2020

Activities of UNESCO Chair on Community Based disability Management and Rehabilitation studies ,During the Pandemic

As the spread of Covid-19, children with developmental disabilities are facing different challenges at home including behavioral and other related issues. These difficulties have become a major concern for the parents as children most cases could not attend the therapy sessions due to the Covid-19 lockdown imposed across the country. To address this problem UNESCO chair on Community based Disability Management Studies, University of Calicut

News UMISAA - 28th July 2020

End of Odyssey

About the repatriation of Two Visual Arts Master Scholars from Bhutan, confined at UNESCO Madanjeet Singh Institute for South Asian Art(UMISAA), Beaconhouse University, Lahore, Pakistan

News UNESCO Headquaters, Paris - 28th July 2020

Mme France Marquet SAF Representative to UNESCO attended Webinar 'COVID-19 Implication on Water Management in Megacities'

News Thimphu, Bhutan - 27th July 2020

Letter of gratitude from Ms Pema Yangzom sister of Dorji Nidup, SAF Scholar, UMISAA

Warm greetings from Bhutan, I am sister of Dorji Nidup who have recently returned from Pakistan to Bhutan. I would like to express my gratitude for madam's immense support and effort in helping Dorji and Yeshi to fly back to Bhutan against all the odds imposed by the pandemic. Dorji and Yeshi have safely landed ....

News New York, Barcelona, Geneva and Winnipeg Canada - 27th July 2020

Forthcoming Solo Exhibitions of Mr Aziz Hazara , Alumnus (2017 Batch) of UMISAA

Mr Aziz Hazara from Afghanistan, graduated from UNESCO Madanjeet Singh Institute for South Asian Art, Lahore, Pakistan (UMISSA) in 2017 having 4 Solo Exhibition in 2020-21

News Online - 26th July 2020

Art Work by Ms Yeshi Chodan, UNESCO Madanjeet Singh Institute for South Asian Arts (UMISAA ), BNU Scholar from Bhutan

By taking inspiration from the legacy of worlds' renowned paintings : birth of 'Venus', 'David', and 'A girl with pearl earring, Yeshi from UMISAA has re-arranged the eras of World Art History' in her own artistic way. It is fascinating to see these evergreen paintings remain iconic for the symbol of aesthetic and femininity even in today's age of advance skills and suppermicy of contemporary art..

News UMSGET, India - 15th July 2020

HOMECOMING: More like an extraction by Mr. Aarjab Gehimire Scholar UMSGET, Pondicherry University

June 2020. The month when India’s COVID-19 tally was exponentially rising, I along with two fellow Nepalese, Kushal Devkota (UMSGET, I Year) and Prabin Bikram Katwal (UMISARC, II Year) had made our minds of coming back to Nepal, anyhow. This report is about our travel back home from Pondicherry University, the feelings and the experience