Litventure hosted panel discussions, hands-on workshops, and book talks for students from across 17 Maharashtra schools . The event included a special panel titled The Author Within Us, which featured authors from different walks of life such as Karan Oberoi, Richa Lakhera, S.
On November 28, 2018, Mumbai (Maharashtra) (PRNewswire)-The Childrens Academy Group of Schools, in association with Neil DSilva, the school's founder Principal and alumnus, held a melting pot of literary events, the day began with the lighting of the lamp, followed by an address by Ronit Bhat, Group Communications Head, Childrens Academy Group of Schools.It infuses the student's curiosity and introduces them to the fascinating world of literature.Litventure has witnessed a rise in popularity of some of India's most well-known authors, including Olivier Lafont, Ketan Bhagat, Kiran Manral, Neil DSilva, and Gopika Kapoor, to name a few.Students and educators from across Maharashtra have benefitted from the informative sessions.renowned authors presented panel discussions on topics ranging from interpretation of ancient epic stories called Epic Tales, New Voices, with panellists like Koral Dasgupta, Utkarsh Patel, Shatrujeet Nath, to panels like Literature on Screen featuring experts like Sidharth Jain, Sammeer Arora, Sapna Bhavnani, and Neil DSilva.The event included a special panel titled The Author Within Us, which featured authors from different walks of life such as Karan Oberoi, Richa Lakhera, S. Venkatesh, and Richa Shrivastava Mukherjee.Authors such as Kiran Manral, Meghna Pant, Richa Shrivastava Mukherjee, Siddhant Khanna, and Shatrujeet Nath interacted with ferocity as they discussed the enduring books that inspired them and inspired their writing style.The program also featured talks on Rising by Kiran Manral, Playthings by Neil DSilva, The Sinister Summer Holiday by Anirban Bhattacharyya, When creating their novel- Lets Not Grow Up, the student authors of Childrens Academy- Hitansh Shah, Ronav Bihani, Revant Nangalia, Aarush Jain, Yugen Mehta, and Khanak Saboo-shared their knowledge. Various workshops were organized to advance writing skills among the young writers.It was a phenomenon that rivaled the previous editions of Litventure in terms of number.We started Litventure with the intention of assisting students in reading and educating them about and introducing them to contemporary Indian writers, Group Communication Head Ronit Bhat said.I think we succeeded in our endeavor, he said. Bhat in 1970, the Childrens Academy Group of Schools opened as a two-room rented building with a handful of students, and I'm sure the next one will be even more grand.In 1991, it was moved to a fully completed seven-story building at Bachani Nagar, Malad East.It has now grown to three schools housing over 8000 students with 450 qualified and dedicated teachers.The other two branches are located at Ashok Nagar and Thakur Complex.