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 Lok Rang Mahotsava organized by Department of Students Welfare concludes at JU

 

Lok Rang Mahotsava organized by Department of Students Welfare concludes at JU

Published on :6 Feb,2018 By :- UNT News Desk


Jammu:

‘Lok Rang Mahotsava’, a two-day festival of folk music, dances and arts organized by the Department of Students Welfare, University of Jammu concluded today at Brig. Rajinder Singh Auditorium, University of Jammu. The festival witnessed energetic performances of folk music, dances and creatively designed Rangolis by the students of different B. Ed. Colleges affiliated with the University of Jammu.

 

Prof. Rajni Kant, Director College Development Council was the Chief Guest at the valedictory function who awarded the Rolling Trophy to Bhartiya College of Education for being overall champions of the festival. He congratulated the Department of Students Welfare for organizing such an event of high cultural value among the students which is visible in their colourful performances. Earlier, in her welcome address, Prof. Satnam Kour, Dean Students Welfare informed about the programme where folk songs, folk dances and Rangolis were featured. She congratulated the participating students as they have done their bit in the celebration of our own cultural identity.

 

In folk song (group) event Bhartiya College of Education and Rajiv Gandhi Memorial College of Education were awarded Certificates of Appreciation. In folk song (solo) Shobha Rani from Rajiv Gandhi College of Education secured First position, Preeti Sharma from K.C. College of Education stood Second and the Third position was shared by Shivangi Sharma K.C. Gurukul College of Education and Mulkraj Singh from Bhartiya College of Education.

 

In Folk Dance competition Bhartiya College of Education stood First and KC College of Education stood Second. In Rangoli event Veda S. from Ranjit College of Education stood First, Aarti Rani from Ramisht College of Education was declared Second and the Third position was shared by Preeti from Surya College of Education and Khushboo Dogra from Bhartiya College of Education.

 

                       

Dr. Renu Sehgal and Dr. Kuldeep Raina and Ms Renu Sehgal were the judges for the singing events. Ms. Anjali Sharma and Mr. Ravi Sharma were the adjudicators for the Dance event while Prof. Neeru Sharma and Dr. Samridhi Arora were the judges for Rangoli event. Prominent among those who were present at the occasion included Prof. S.K. Pandita, Chairperson Campus Cultural Committee, Dr. Anupama Vohra, Associate Dean SW, members of Campus Cultural Committee, students, scholars and cultural secretaries. The event was coordinated by Ifra Kak, Culture Officer and Sumeet Sharma, Drama Instructor. The sound was looked after by Suraj Ganjoo and Arif. Anjali Sharma, Sona Sharma, Namrta Chib and Diksha Andotra looked after the hall management.



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