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Govt PG College for Women Gandhi Nagar, Jammu concludes 'Navswaroop'
10/16/2021 12:35:14 AM


JAMMU, Oct 15: Govt. P.G. College for Women, Gandhi nagar Jammu organized a nine days long cultural fest 'NAVSWAROOP' on the pious occasion of Navratri which started on 7 October, 2021 and concluded on 14th October, 2021. The event was organized under the patronage of esteemed Principal Prof. (Dr.) Sangita Nagari and Prof. (Dr.) Surjit Kour Raina, Cultural Convener. It was a seven days long event which recorded more than 150 entries. The students participated in it with sheer zeal and enthusiasm. Five online competitions were organised wherein several students of the college participated. On the first day i.e 7th October, 2021 the college released an inaugural Navratri video in which the students highlighted the culture and celebration of Navratri in India and honored the divine feminine, Maa Durga through Hymns, folk Dances and Poetry.On 8th October, 2021 Kalash Shingar (Pot Decoration) Competition was organized. 50 students participated in it. Here Jasmeen Kour of 3rd sem stood first, Pallavi Gupta of 5th sem stood 2nd while Ritika Choudhary of 5th Sem bagged third place. Mrinalini Pathania of 5th sem won the consolation Prize. On 9th October, 2021 Nritya Kala ( Dance Competition) was held. Akanksha of sem. 5th stood first, Ritika Choudhary of Sem 5th stood 2nd, third place was won by Mishi Dranch of sem. 3rd while Ananditta Sharma and Maithili Manhas won the consolation prize. On 11 October, 2021 Maala Alankriti (Garland Making) Competition was held. Students created unique garlands out of flowers, pearls and waste material. Here the first place, second place and third place were secured by Deepanjali of 5th Sem, Ankita Devi of 5th Sem and Anchal Lakhotra of 3rd Sem respectively. The consolation prize was won by Pallavi Gupta. On 12 October, 2021 Bhajan avam Mantra Uccharan (Hymn or Mantra Enchantment) competition was organized. The first place was bagged by Nirdosh Kumari of 3rd Sem, Mrinal Sharma of 5th Sem stood second, Suhani Sharma of 3rd Sem stood third while the consolation prize was won by Parthi Dhar. On 13 October, 2021 a quiz competition concerning mythology and Navratri was organized. Here the first prize, second prize and third prize were won by Ila Verma, Shazia Ashraf Naik and Manisha Raina respectively.All the competitions were judged by an esteemed panel of judges which comprised revered jury members from prestigious institutions. This nine days long Navratri event concluded with the release of a velidictory video which comprised complete revelation of the performances of the winners and participants of various competitions. The entire event was organized by the Deans of various streams and all the members of the cultural committee along with Student Volunteer team Head, Shivani Rasgotra and the meticulous members of Student Volunteer Team.Navswaroop was college's very own endeavour to mark the sanctity of the Navratri Festival and to celebrate the creativity and inquisitiveness of the students of Govt. P.G. College for Women, Gandhinagar and was a major success.
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