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1/19/2023 11:29:33 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Jan 19: The Mega Cultural/Literary contest organised by Department of Students Welfare, Cluster University of Jammu under the aegis of 75 years of Azzadi ka Amrit Mahotsav entered the second day of Creative and Fine Arts Segment – ‘SANRACHNA’ with nine events spread into two days. at Govt. College of Education, Jammu. The second day witnessed colossal participation of students from Constituent Colleges and PG Schools in the 06 events – Photography, Painting, Cartooning, Clay Modelling, Mehandi and Flower Arrangement.
Prof. Aekta Gupta, 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. Jatinder Khajuria , Registrar graced the Prize Distribution ceremony along with Dean Students Welfare, Deans of various faculties, Director Placement, CLUJ and applauded the active participation of students towards making the contest more vibrant and meaningful. He exhorted that the contest in Creative and Fine Arts provides a platform for the young learners to promote their fibres of aesthetic awareness, creativity, emotional expression and also appreciation of diversity. 64 students from Constituent Colleges and PG Schools participated in the 06 events held today. The adjudicators for Photography, Painting, Cartooning, Clay Modelling comprised of Mr. Lalit Gupta (Former, Head, IMFA), Mr. Arjinder Kumar and Mr. Amarjeet Singh from IMFA . Ms. Hemu Karki (Cosmetologist), Ms. Roopali Puri Sharma (Event Planner), Dr. Sonia Khajuria ( Assoc. Prof.) were the adjudicators for Flower Arrangement & Mehandi Contests. The jury members congratulated the participants for the rich and exquisite display of their creative talents. They also appreciated the colourful and creative display of talent of participants in varied events and encouraged them to further hone their artistic skills and bring laurels to the University.
In Photography, Lovleen, School of Teacher Education secured Gold Medal, Mavneet, Govt. College of Education bagged the Silver Medal and Arushi, GCW Gandhi Nagar secured Bronze Medal.
In Painting, Priyanka Verma, School of Sciences secured won the Gold, Preeti Devi, School of Social Sciences bagged the Silver and Iruvantika Gurung, MAM College won the Bronze.
In Cartooning, Vrinda Bhagat , School of Humanities and Liberal Arts clinched the Gold, Neeya Gupta, GCW Gandhi Nagar bagged the Silver and Sahil Singh Manhas, MAM College clinched the Bronze.
In Clay Modelling, Rashmi Singh, Govt. College of Education, bagged the Gold, Deeksha Thakur from MAM and Shallu Khajuria from GCOE shared the Silver and Manshi Verma, GCW Gandhi Nagar won the Bronze.
In Mehandi, Komal Sharma, Govt. College of Education clinched the Gold, Skyali Gupta, School of Humanities and Liberal Arts bagged the Silver and Sakshi from School of Teacher Education bagged the Bronze.
In Flower Arrangement, Kanchan Sharma, GCW Gandhi Nagar bagged the gold, Komal Sharma from GCOE clinched the Silver and Manjeet Kour from GCW Gandhi Nagar bagged the bsronze.
The programme was coordinated by Cultural Coordinators, Assistant Deans, Students Welfare, CLUJ along with Dr. Shalini Rana, Convener Cultural Committee, GCOE under the overall supervision of Associate Deans, Students Welfare, CLUJ.
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