Anand to set up National Academy of Magic and its brances in every state capital

April 18, 2010 at 1:52 pm Leave a comment

Folloiwng is a PTI report:

Hyderabad, Apr 16 (PTI) A magician today said that he had applied to the Centre to set up a National Academy of Magic with branches in every state capital.

The process to set up the project, which is pending before the Human Resource Ministry, is likely to start by 2011, Jadugar Anand told reporters here.

“The Government has not yet recognised magic as an art, though we fulfill all criteria as other recognised arts.”

“An academy of magic not only creates employment opportunities for many by producing world class magicians, but also generate awareness about the art,” Anand, president of the All India Magic Federation, said.

The magician, who is in the city with his son Akash, will kick off with the breathtaking ‘Chris Angel’s Challenging Escape’ on April 18.


Entry filed under: Educational Policy, Higher Education, Higher Education Zone, India.

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