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Admissions for music courses

Staff Reporter

NAGAPATTINAM: Admissions are open for three-year arts courses at the Government Music School in Sirkazhi for the forthcoming academic year. The school that has been functioning at Puzhukapettaitheru, offers three-year full-time courses in vocal, nadaswaram, tavil, thevaram, bharathanatyam, violin and mridangam with government certification.

The courses entitle free boarding; government scholarship and free bus pass for students. Students between 12 and 25 years of age are eligible for admissions.

A seventh standard pass is required for admissions to vocals, bharathanatyam, violin and mirdangam, while literacy in Tamil is a sufficient qualification for seeking admissions to nadaswaram, tavil and thevaram. The course entails an annual tuition fee of Rs.152.

Further details may be got from the principal, Government Music College, Sirkazhi, a release said.

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