Kalakshetra Foundation has recently released a notification for the Recruitment of Manager, Accountant & Other vacancies which is updated on 04 May 2021. There were about 6 vacancies are to be filled for the Kalakshetra Foundation Recruitment 2023. If you want a career with Prestigious Kalakshetra Foundation then this the chance to change your career. Here you can Find all Kalakshetra Foundation recruitment Notifications across India. So all the eligible and interested aspirants can grab this Opportunity without any late. The Candidates who have completed their 8th, 10th, Degree, M.Sc they are eligible to the Applications for the Kalakshetra Foundation Recruitment Notification 2023, the Last date for the online application and Interested candidates may check out the Notification Details below.
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It was established in 1936 after the extraordinary success of Rukmini Devi's first performance of Bharata Natyam at the Theosophical Society, in Adyar, a suburb of Madras, in the South of India. The founding members, Rukmini Devi, her husband George Arundale, and their associates at the Theosophical Society, were deeply committed to Theosophy and an art academy was an extension of this commitment. The academy was also symbolic of the struggle for India's independence; it was to culturally revive a country that was losing its identity under British rule.