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Display Your Talent 2013-14
Rakesh,Muneer excel in poetry recitation competition
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JAMMU, Oct 8: “Iss Ki Joo Sadaa Hai” a Urdu poem, recited by Rakesh Kumar from the Department of Urdu and a Gojri poem “Hoon Mangtoo Swaali” recited by Muneer Hussain from Govt MAM College, Jammu, shared the first prize. Swati Vijay from the Department of English, University of Jammu, was adjudged as second while Poonam Khajuria from GGM Science College, Jammu, bagged the third prize in the Poetry Recitation Competition conducted by the Department of Students Welfare under the “Display Your Talent” 2013-14.

The certificates of merit were awarded to Mehak Gupta from Govt College of Engg & Tech, Jammu, Monika Mitter from Model Institute of Engg & Tech, Jammu, Divya Bhogal from Department of Zoology, University of Jammu and Avinash Kahnotra from GGM Science College, Jammu.

The young poets, in their presentations, vociferously raised the issues, related to the Women empowerment, Female foeticide. dowry, patriotism, communal harmony & brotherhood, terrorism, unemployment and environmental degradation.

The participants, recited the poetry of the established poets as well as their self composed poems in Dogri, Hindi, Urdu, Gojri & English.

Noted Poet Dr. Jitendra Udhampuri, Prof Zahoor-ud-Din and Prof Lalit Magotra, were the adjudicators for the said event.

Prof Satnam Kour, Head, Department of English, was the chief guest on this occasion and distributed the prizes amongst the winners.

The programme was compeered by Shally Aggarwal, Department of Political Science, member Students Cultural Council.

Those were present includes Prof N K Tripathi, Dean Students Welfare, Prof Neeru Sharma, Chairperson, Campus Cultural Committee, Prof Yash Pal Sharma, Co-Chairman, Campus Cultural Committee, Dr Vishva Raksha, Coordinator, NSS, Dr Lalit Sen, Dr Sanjay Sharma and Dr Samridhi Arora.


News Updated at : Wednesday, October 9, 2013
 
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