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NYK Jammu organizes District Level Yuva Utsav
6/10/2023 11:09:01 PM
Early Times Report
SAMBA, June 10: Nehru Yuva Kendra Jammu, under MOYAS in collaboration with GCW Parade Jammu organized a District level Yuva Utsav in the Auditorium of Bhargav Public School, Supwal Samba under Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav.
Yuva Shakti se Jan Bhagedari was the driving force for this grand celebration of the 75th Anniversary of India's Independence. More than 200 participants from different Schools and colleges of district Samba have participated in this programme.
The Morning session of the District level Yuva Utsav was inaugurated by Shri Keshav Dutt Sharma DDC Chairman Samba, Shri Subash Bhagat, DDC Samba B, G R Bhardwaj DySP, Dr P. Krishan Dhar Principal B. Ed College, Shri Nisar Ahmed Butt, State Director, NYKS J&K, Subash Kumar Principal BPS, Supwal.
Dr Gurpreet Kour, NSS Programme officer welcomed the participant and said, as part of collaborated efforts, wonderful programmes for the upliftment and development of the youth of Samba have been executed.
Shri Nisar Ahmed Butt, State Director, NYKS, J&K highlighted the objectives and main components of the Programme: India @ 2047. He said, different Schools, and NGOs of District Samba are participating in the programme and exhorted the youth to participate actively in the upcoming programme. Shri Keshav Dutt Sharma lauded the efforts of NYK Jammu for organising such a grand event. He further added that the youth of Samba come forward to participate in such a programme and make the best use of this platform.
The Cultural team of Bhargav B. Ed college, Samba clinched the first prize while the Guidance and counselling cell (NGO) Gurhaslathia and Bhargav Public School Samba were adjudged 2nd and 3rd respectively. In Declamation Contest Aditi Chalotra was adjudged 1st while, Arti Devi and Divya Thakur came 2nd and 3rd respectively. In Painting Poonam was the winner while Hargun and Adarsh Bhau were runners-up. In Poetry, Aniket Pangotra clinched the first prize while Divya Chib and Divya Verma were adjudged 2nd and 3rd. In Photography, Deepshikha emerged victorious while Shikha Bharti and Utejna Sambyal came 2nd and 3rd.
The valedictory session was presided over by Mr Rakesh Dubey Additional Deputy Commissioner, Samba and Shri Rajesh Sharma, Chairman, Bhargav Group of College Samba. While addressing the Youth, the Additional Deputy Commissioner Samba told that such a programme must be organised to keep youth engaged so that their energy may be channelised and they may not fall victim to the menaces like drug abuse, violence etc.
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