|Early Times Report|
Jammu, Oct 14: YUVTARANG 2019 - the Mega Cultural/literary contest organised by office of Dean Students Welfare today entered third day.
The event has been organized under the patronship of Prof. Anju Bhasin, Vice Chancellor, Cluster University of Jammu. The event entered the third day of Creative and Fine Arts Segment - 'Sanrachna' with ten events spread into two days, today and tomorrow at Govt. College of Education, Jammu.
The first day witnessed massive participation of students from Constituent colleges and Schools in the four events - Clay Modelling, Flower Arrangement, Photography and Cartooning.
Dr. Sangeeta Nagari, Principal, GCOE extended a warm welcome to the jury members and appreciated the efforts of the faculty and students in making the event a success. Dr. Twinkle Suri, Dean Students Welfare, Cluster University of Jammu graced the Prize Distribution Ceremony and applauded the active participation of students towards making the contest more vibrant and meaningful. The adjudicators for Clay Modelling and Flower Arrangement included Prof. Anita Sharma and Prof. Samridhi Arora, eminent academicians. The jury for Photography and Cartooning comprised of Amit Bhardwaj, Senior Video Journalist from Times Now Channel, Rakesh Sharma, IMFA and Amarjeet from Doordarshan. The jury members congratulated the participants for the rich and exquisite display of their creative talents.
In clay Modeling, Ankit Sharma and Monica (GGM Science College) and Skanda Sharma (School of Sciences) bagged the first, second and third prizes. In the Flower Arrangement section, Sakshi Thakur (GCOE), Tamanna Sharma (GCW Gandhi Nagar) and Insha Shabir (School of Engg. and Tech.) clinched the first, second and third positions.
In Photography section, Raghav Sharma and Saharsh Arora from the School of Humanities and Liberal Arts won the Gold and Bronze medals while Ankit Sharma (GGM Science College) clinched the Silver medal. Tamanna Sharma (GCW Gandhi Nagar) Saharsha Arora and Ikmancheet Kour (School of Humanities and Liberal Arts) clinched the gold, silver and bronze medals.
The programme was coordinated by Dr. Davinder Kour, Cultural Coordinator, CLUJ, Dr. Shalini Rana, Convener Cultural Committee and Incharge events Dr. Shubra Jamwal (GCOE) under the overall Supervision of Dr. Banpreet Kour and Dr. Sunil Uppal, Associate Deans, Students Welfare.