New Delhi : In Bharat Toy Fair 2021, three Kendriya Vidyalayas from across the country have been selected to display their stalls. KV JNU, KV No.1 AFS Gurugram and KV IIT Kanpur are showcasing their 72 unique toys from the Delhi region.
The Ministry of Education reported on Tuesday that students of Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan are enthusiastically participating in the Indian Toy Fair 2021. The total number of registrations from KVS is around 3.5 lakhs.
The Indian Toy Fair was inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on 27 February. Inaugurating the fair, the Prime Minister said, “There is a huge power hidden in the toy industry of our country.” Increasing this strength and increasing its identity is a big part of the self-reliant India campaign.
KV Hall is present in number 9, where learning and educational toys are displayed. KV JNU can be reached at stall number I347, while KV IIT Kanpur is displaying its toys at stall number I1550 and KV number 1 is present at AFS Gurugram stall number I361.
KV JNU is showcasing 25 toys, including animal puppets used for narrating different stories, acrobat dancers Skelton, Lung Baloon, Noose Bug.
KV IIT Kanpur is displaying 33 toys at its stall, which includes board games, digital games, mechanical games and science activity games, including rolling clowns, paper puppets, dynamic dolls, knowledge express, way maker, touching slate, kovid protectors And toy parachute is included.
KV No.1 AFS Gurugram has included 14 toys in its stall, which include joint machines, word houses, hydraulic brake systems, juggle, Nltrang, probino etc.
In this first of its kind initiative, where all kinds of traditional and modern toys are being displayed, and which are taking children to the unique world of Indian toys, students of Kendriya Vidyalaya are actively participating.
The Indian Toy Fair is an opportunity for children to participate in various activities, including a display of traditional toy manufacturing and a virtual visit to museums and factories.