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“DOCUMENTARY SCREENING: WATCH WITH PASSION: THE LEGACY OF HAKKIPIKKI”: 20 JUNE 2022 - POSTGRADUATE CENTRE & DEPT. OF HUMANITIES (UG) IN COLLABORATION WITH SIEDS (SOCIETY FOR INFORMAL EDUCATION AND DEVELOPMENT STUDIES

Documentary films tell important, often unknown stories and bring awareness to a wider audience, and are some of the best resources for information, inspiration and entertainment. They have also become core elements and prompters of social issue campaigns. Documentaries creates a conversation to build healthier society. Documentaries are generally filled with exclusive content, close to reality and shows what an individual should see. It’s not only educative, its entertaining too. Documentaries promote good work and vision of the society. It gives a great experience. One such learning was organized for Postgraduate and Undergraduate students of SFS College. Postgraduate Centre and Dept. of Humanities (UG) in collaboration with SIEDS (Society for Informal Education and Development Studies organized Documentary Screening about Hakkipikki Tribal Community of Karnataka. The screening was planned on 20 th June 2022. Both PG and UG students assembled in the Closed Auditorium.

Ms. Madhu Bhushan, Ms. Mamatha, Ms, Minu and Ms. Sharanya from SIEDS presided over to show the documentary. A renowned activist, social worker Ms. Madhu Bhushan addressed the gathering and gave a brief introduction about the documentary. One-hour long movie was shown to students. Post screening Ms. Madhu had a detailed discussion with students. Students had several queries and also shared their viewpoints. Brainstorming session was enriching. Students could relate to the tribal community and understand the functioning of the group. Students could understand the challenges, issues faced by the community. Comparison with the tribal group and urban population was made. Actual meaning of civilization was discussed.

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