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Prathidhwani Arts and Literary Club:


It is a well-known fact that there are many strong writing talents as well as artists in the Technopark community and Prathidhwani-Srishti is the sole event that targets to bring out the hidden creative talents of techies. Inspired by the great response from the Techie writers and Artists, Prathidhwani, decided to put forward something for our Techie artists to showcase their art and literary talents by launching Prathidhwani Arts and Literary Club. We conduct many programs that can build up the creative thinking skills of Techies.


Creating workshops to enhance the talents, creating arts and literary festivals, celebrating Mother tongue day, creating a Library inside Technopark premises, promote the creative reading habits among techies etc are the targets of Prathidhwani Arts & Literary Club. We conduct interval programs at Technopark in partnership with Mathrubhoomi, Kerala University Linguistic Department, and other media. 


Srishti was one of the major event conducted by the club. Thousands of Techies participated in this competition of words which include Poems, Stories and articles judged by eminent panel of Malayalam, Tamil and English literature. 


That's the platform of Techie artists to exhibit their paintings, art work and sculptors. We conduct painting competitions and exhibitions exclusively to enhance the creativities of techies, in which hundreds of IT employees participate over years. 


 Festival of the Kids of IT Employees is a  perfect ending to the summer vacation  with a lot of space for creativity and entertainment conducts every year

Srishti started on 2014 and had been a huge success. Eminent poet Sri. Kureepuzha Sreekumar chaired the Jury and well-known poet Sri. V. Madhusoodhanan Nair inaugurated the prize ceremony. 

In 2015, Srishti repeated the success story by crossing the 200+ entries limit. noted writer Smt. Chandramathy chaired the Srishti 2015 Jury and famous writer  Sri Subhash Chandran was the chief guest. Srishti 2016 rewrote the history by reaching almost 300 entries from the techie world. Famous Malayalam novelist and short story writer Sri. Zacharia was the Jury chairman while famous poet Sri. Ezhacheri Ramachandran distributed prizes to the winners.


Malayalam Pallikkoodam

The series of classes which could help kids of IT employees to keep in touch with our mother language, village plays and proverbs.

Mother Language Day

International mother language day is celebrating in Technopark in a joint venture with the IT employees working out of Technopark from other states and foreign countries