From August this year , DCC is organising workshops and demonstrations for schoolchildren in Delhi to familiarise them with artisans as well as the difficult processes involved in making most craft objects.
As a part of this programme, selected crafts person(s) will go to each school for one working day and interact with students by demonstrating their craft and guiding students who will be trying their hand at the craft.
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