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 Gilgit-Baltistan is one of the most scenic place and considered treasures of nature.

 There have been efforts of people to visualize these treasures of mountains to deferent shapes, like rivers moving like snakes, animals of different kinds and practice of people. For centuries local and travels have transformed and transferred their fantasies of the mountain on the stones, mountains, woods and some time made them part of their houses. Some of them developed potteries, stories, events and sayings etc. while some of those talents used parts of these natural phenomena as natural resources e.g. stone pots, wooden pots, leathers and woolen cloths etc. now question is that do we lost all the talents after having education or the nature has gone away. Really, both are in place but we need to hunt the talents and encourage them to undergo for their talents. For instance one person I knew started creating poems from class three but he never realized that he is a poet. First time he came to know that he is a poet when his teacher praised him in the class saying that he is a good poet. Unfortunately the education system in Pakistan also does not support to hunt talent and facilitate the children as per their talent. All the students are derived with the stick of knowledge never focusing on the talents, skills and to help them transfer m those talents and skills in to attitude and back to knowledge. Children get a lot of knowledge, which they never use in practical life. Psychologists help students in understanding their abilities’ in several counties but students in our country do not have this opportunity as well. There is only one opportunity which can be used to find out aptitudes and talents; if not specifically but in general. Students can be given awareness through awareness sessions and inviting students for competition in different areas of learning and talents. These can be creating pointy, writing assays, developing stories, event writing, designing, identifying historical patrons, fine arts and handicrafts etc. Looking into the canvas of education in Gilgit-Baltistan AKESP is comparatively the only organization where all thee domains of learning is taken in practice. The only thing needs is to find out students talents, make them realize and facilitate the to grow accordingly. Therefore, we propose a project to realize and harness these talents available in children of Gilgit-Baltistan.



 It was the 21 day of March, 2011, when Rumi Academy of Arts and Crafts was established in Gilgit-Baltistan, it took the initiative in order to improve the hidden talents of the youth of Gilgit-Baltistan also to develop and preserve the precious culture of Gilgit-Baltistan for this purpose following courses are being teaching at RAAC,

 * 3 months course (fine Arts, Graphic Design, Textile Design, Interior Design, Land Scaping, Documentation, Research)

 * 6 months certificate course (Local music )\

 * 1 year Diploma (Wood carving, Stone carving 

 * 3 years Advance Diploma (Fine Arts, Graphic Design, Textile Design, Local music, Photography, Land Scaping, Documentation, Research,National as well as International Music, Wood Carving  Stone  Carving and Handicraft ).


Our main institute is RAAC and RCC is branch of RACC. All type of practical work i.e. wood carving, stone carving, wooden furniture and production of all kinds of wooden products.


  •  To facilitate children in polishing their talent.
  •  To aware families about talents children have with recommendations.
  •  To preserve culture of Gilgit-Baltistan



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