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Inter-college symposium held at MIER College
11/28/2022 11:22:07 PM

Early Times Report

Jammu, Nov 28: MIER College of Education in collaboration with different colleges under MOU organized an inter-college symposium on the theme 'Constitutional Values in Contemporary Indian Politics' through hybrid mode. The programme was held under the patronage of Dr. Adit Gupta, Director, and Principal MIER College. Students from ten colleges from within and outside of Jammu and Kashmir participated in the symposium. HoDs, Dy. HoDs and faculty of MIER College, St. Christopher College, Chennai and Mata Gujri College, Fatehgarh Sahib attended the event.
The participants comprehensively expressed their views about constitutional values such as sovereignty, fraternity, equality, secularism, democracy, liberty, justice etc. Each speaker spoke about the role of Indian constitution in contemporary politics and highlighted the various issues prevalent in India like electoral reforms, constitutional rights, etc.
The judges for the competition were Dr. S.P Christopher Chandran, Associate Professor and Head, Department of Political Science, Madras Christian College, Chennai and Mrs. Navneet Kaur, Assistant Professor, Political Science, Shri Guru Granth Sahib World University, Fatehgarh Sahib, Punjab. Based on the results given by the jury the 1st prize was clinched by Ms. Grace. N. Shivani from Christopher College, Chennai, 2nd prize was bagged by Ms. Monali from Govt. College of Education, Jammu, and the 3rd prize was secured by Ms. Falguni Pathak from K.C. College of Education. The consolation prize was given to Ms. Neha Sharma from MIER College of Education.
The event was ably conducted by Ms. Muskan Adhlakha, student of B.Ed. Semester III and vote of thanks was proposed by Mrs. Komal Sharma, Convener Co-Curricular Committee, MIER College.
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