In this month’s edition of the newsletter, we’ll be taking you through a journey of the happenings at Rhapsody. Enjoy!
This edition’s Spotlight interaction with Dr. Soumya Swaminathan of the WHO – arguably the world’s most sought-after scientific expert given the current pandemic climate – was riveting and informative.
Through her responses, Dr Swaminathan revealed to us that it was actually better for schools to re-open, as children show greater resilience, and that the downside of keeping schools closed on the mental and educational health of children was far in excess of the upside of keeping them closed.
Further, she stressed the need for students to broadbase their educational palette, mix the Arts and Humanities with the Sciences so as to be able to tackle the interconnected world of the future better rather than exist in a silo-like state.
Finally, she urged students to “be the change they wish to see”, by quoting Mahatma Gandhi on this. She exhorted students to be bold, experimental and demanding of the learning environment.
To watch the whole interaction with our Founder, Anil Srinivasan.
The Hindu – Article
How Artificial Intelligence is changing music –How Artificial Intelligence is changing music –
by our founder Kalaimamani Dr. Anil Srinivasan
To know more about it
We are happy to extend our invitation for the second edition of Cocoon College, A talk on “Interwoven Learning: The Arts & Sciences in Tandem” by Dr. Mahesh Rangarajan, KREA University on 24th October (Sunday) 2021, at 11:00 am.
Login to https://www.thecocoon.app using your registered User ID and password, Under the upcoming events, click the register button to confirm your participation.