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Musical Rhapsody Lits Yuvtarang Day Four
1/24/2023 10:52:42 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Jan 24: YUVTARANG 2022-23, the Mega Literary and Cultural Contest organized by Department of Students Welfare , Cluster University of Jammu under the aegis of 75 years of Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav entered fourth day of KALANJALI ( Performing Arts)Segment with four events of GAAYAN VAADAN-Classical Instrumental Solo , Classical Vocal Solo, Light Vocal Solo and Indian Group Song witnessing massive participation of about 50 students from Constituent Colleges and PG Schools, Cluster University of Jammu. Prof GS Rakhwal, Principal, MAM College formally welcomed Prof. Bechan Lal, Vice Chancellor, CLUJ who graced the Prize Distribution Ceremony along with Dr Jatinder Khajuria,Registrar.
In his address, Vice Chancellor appreciated the efforts of the Department of Students Welfare in organizing the mega event involving vibrant performances of our cluster learners showcasing creative and passionate display of their talents.
He applauded all the participants for their symphonic performances in the Musical Fiesta and which would take them to glorious heights at national and international forums. Dr Jatinder Khajuria motivated the young learners to optimize such innovative platforms to hone their skills and assured unyielding support from university.
Prof. Ranvijay Singh, Dean Research Studies, CLUJ was the observer for the event. Deans of Faculties , Conveners of Cultural Committees of Constituent colleges, also attended the Prize Distribution Ceremony. Dr. Twinkle Suri, Dean Students Welfare asserted that the contest is an attempt to allow students to exhibit their talent in Music thereby contributing to keep Art and Cultural alive in this ever evolving world.
The programme was coordinated by Cultural Coordinators, Assistant Deans, Students Welfare, CLUJ along with Dr. Amit Pal Kaur, Convener, Cultural Committee (MAM) under the overall supervision of Associate Deans, Students Welfare, CLUJ.
The adjudicators for Classical Instrumental Solo comprised of Dr. Roshi Shaminotra and Dr. Anjul Aggarwal (IMFA) and Neeraj Verma ( Song & Drama) .
Brij Mohan( Music Director) and V.K Samyal ( Retd. Station Director, AIR) were the adjudicators for Classical Vocal Solo, Light Vocal Solo and Indian Group Song.
In Classical Instrumental Solo, Rahul Bhardwaj, and Prince Bhatti from MAM College bagged the Gold and Silver Medals and Karan Preet Singh clinched the Bronze Medal.
In Classical Vocal Solo, Anil Kumar, and Shartik from MAM College bagged the Gold and Silver and AbishiKat from GGM Science College clinched the Bronze.
In Light Vocal Solo, Vansh Thakur from GGM bagged the Gold, Anil Kumar and Shartik from MAM clinched the Silver and Bronze.
In Indian Group Song, MAM College bagged the Gold , Govt. College of Education clinched the Silver and GGM Science College bagged the Bronze.
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