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Rangoli making competition organized in Gandhi Nagar Women College
1/17/2023 10:34:29 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Jan 17: The Department of Home science ,Government college for Women, Gandhi Nagar Jammu organized Rangoli making competition for the students in the college premises. The topic of the competition was "Social Issues" in which more than 70 students participated enthusiastically and showcased their talent. These competitions were organized to kindle imagination and creativity amongst the students and to acquaint them with the different problems in the society that have an impact on the quality of life of the people. The students showcased different social issues like social inequality, girl child education, save girl child, environmental issues, swachch Bharat, drug abuse etc through their colourful rangolis.
The judges on the occasion were Dr.Anuradha Gandotra, HOD Food Science and Technology, Prof. Kamlesh Slathia, HOD Geography, and Prof. Mala Bhasin, HOD Botany. The zealous participants had etched out awe- inspiring creative designs making it very difficult for the judges to choose the best rangoli designs of the participants. The judges lauded the efforts put in by the students and also the overwhelming response received by them. The first prize was bagged by Gurjeet kour while Mansi Kaith and Shiny won second and third prizes. The consolation prize was won by Shivani Devi.
Principal of the college, Prof Minu Mahajan congratulated the staff for organizing these competitions and students for making it a success by huge participation and putting in efforts to keep this cultural and traditional art form alive. She also opined that such activities help in all-round development of personality of students and hence accorded an important place in National Education Policy 2020. Present on the occasion were HOD Home Science Dr. Irvinder Kour, Dr. Anjali Bhat, Prof. Neelam Bhagat, Dr. Ramandeep Kour, Dr. Neelima Gupta and Prof. Shivani Sahwney.
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