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‘Golden Voice of North’: A musical contest


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  • Age limit increased to 30; closing date 30 September

At the request of the youths of the Northern Province who wish to achieve in the field of music, the age limit of the applicant applying for the ‘Golden Voice of North’ has been increased to 30.

Under the direction of Governor of Northern Province Dr. Suren Raghavan, ‘Golden Voice of North 2019’ – a musical contest is to be conducted by Governor’s Secretariat along with Provincial Ministry of Education and Cultural Affairs.

This contest is organised as per the conceptualisation of Governor of Northern Province to encourage the youths who aspire to achieve in the field of music. Youths who are between 15 to 30 years old can participate in this contest.

The competition will be held based on Tamil culture comprising classical music, melody and folk songs. Those who are interested in participating in this competition are requested to send their applications before 30 September. Application forms can be obtained from the Governor’s Secretariat and the Northern Provincial Council website (https://np.gov.lk).

Duly-filled applications should be sent to ‘Golden Voice of North’, Governor’s Secretariat, Northern Province, Chundikuli, Jaffna. For further details contact the telephone number: 021 221 9375, Fax No: 021 221 9374 and email at pronpgovernor@gmail.com.


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