Hyderabad: The Hyderabad Deccan Chapter of the Junior Chamber International, a worldwide federation of young leaders and entrepreneurs will be organising “Black”, a complete blind musical nite at the Sri Satya Sai Nigamagamam, Srinagar Colony, here on March 26.
Speaking to the media here on Monday, the president of the Hyderabad Deccan JCI, Mr Sachin Shah, said that the two-and-a-half-hour long musical extravaganza would be performed by a 15-member musical troupe “Rangat”, a unique musical troupe consisting of singers and musicians of immense experience with more than two thousand shows to their credit. He also said that the uniqueness of this musical nite would be that all the performers are “visually challenged”.
Mr Sachin said that the proceeds from this show would be used for the upgradation of a Government Primary and High School at Secunderabad, which was adopted by the Hyderabad Deccan JCI and also for social service and individual development activities. “In the past, we organised artificial limb donation camps, blood donation camps and relief activities for the people affected by earth quakes, Tsunami. We have entered into tie-ups with some educational institutions in the twin cities and undertake personality development courses for students. Besides, we have provided financial aid for medical and educational purposes”, he said, speaking about the service-oriented activities of the Hyderabad Deccan JCI.
The secretary, Mr Kamlesh Lohade and treasurer, Mr Sarvesh Somani, were also present. (NSS)