Thursday, October 08, 2009

"Anarth: In the Name of Education": A short-film on ragging

As you know, CURE has been working for the last 8 years in its small ways to uproot the menace of ragging. This year, with an aim to sensitize the civil society about ragging, CURE has produced a short film on ragging based on the interviews of two students who faced brutal ragging at their campus. The film has been created by three students of Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology and is an effort by the student community to educate the society about this menace.

The film will be released on 11th October, which is observed as the Nationwide No Ragging Day. Four years back, Amit Sahai, a student at NIT Jalandhar killed himself by jumping in front of a train due to brutal ragging.

We would like to invite you, your family and friends for this short film. We shall really appreciate your participation in this event and your concern for this issue.

Release of "Anarth: In the Name of Education":
A short-film on ragging, 35 minutes
Trailer of movie:

Date: 11th October, 2009
Time: 10:45am
Venue: Auditorium, Delhi Public School, R. K. Puram

I look forward to receiving you at the venue on 11th October. You may feel free to contact us for any questions or concerns. Please note, that your participation will not only give impetus to our struggle against ragging, but serve as an encouragement for the young minds who have made this short film.

Kindly mail us at to confirm your participation or call at.

PS: The program for the event is attached below.

11:15am: Light Tea
11:30am: Screening of movie
12:05: Open House
12:25: Introduction to Film Creators and closing remarks.



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