Mumbai: 2-day All India Konkani Parishad conference on Jan 6 & 7

Daijiworld Media Network – Mumbai (EP)

Mumbai, Dec 27: The 31st conference of All India Konkani Parishad is scheduled to be held at The Maharashtra state Bharath Scouts and Guides pavilion, Shivaji Park, Dadar here on January 6 and 7.

The Conference will be inaugurated by Vinod Tawde, Minister for Education on Saturday January 6 at 2 pm. Valedictory function will be held on Sunday January 7 at 4 pm. Gopal Shetty, Member of Parliament will be the chief guest.

The conference will comprise of seminars on various topics related to culture and development of Konkani, poetry reading and variety entertainment.

The organizers have invited people to become delegates and participate in the deliberations to enrich Konkani language, literature and culture. Delegate fee is Rs 500. Breakfast, lunch and tea snacks will be served for 2 days at the venue without any additional charges.

Registration will commence at 10 am on Saturday January 6.

Contact for assistance, Lawrence D’Souza Kamani – 9821308750, Walter D’Souza, Jerimeri 9322211307, Leo Fernandes, Jerimeri 9820499835 and John R. Pereira -9653233272). All are cordially invited for the conference.

The reception committee consists of John D' Silva, Kamani, President and General Secretary, Albert W D' Souza, Executive president, Henry Lobo and Lawrence D' Souza, Chairman and John R Pereira, and Walter D' Souza, Jerimeri, Joint secretary and treasurer.

Konkani Bhasha Mandal Maharashtra and Al India Konkani Parishad Goa are joint organizers of this conference.

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