|Early Times Report|
MAHANPUR, Sept 26: In commemoration of Gandhi Jayanti, GDC Mahanpur College echoed with melodious tunes as students paid tribute to the ideals of truth and non-violence in a singing competition. The event, held under the patronage of the esteemed Principal, Dr. Sangeeta Sudan, was a resonating success.
Gandhi Jayanti, the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, was celebrated with fervor and musical flair at GDC Mahanpur College. In an effort to commemorate the teachings and philosophy of Mahatma Gandhi, the college organized a singing competition, which saw enthusiastic participation from students of semester III and semester V.
The event, themed "Truth and Non-Violence," provided a platform for young talent to express their understanding of Gandhian principles through the medium of song. Students such as Diksha, Sneha, Mohini Thakur, Ruchi, and others graced the stage with their melodious renditions, effectively highlighting the various facets of Gandhi ji's life and his teachings. Their performances left a lasting impression, emphasizing the importance of truth, non-violence, and peace in today's world.
Dr. Sapna Devi, Head of the Hindi Department, kicked off the program, setting the stage for an evening filled with inspirational melodies. The event garnered the presence of distinguished faculty members, including Dr. Balbinder Singh, Prof. Arvind Kumar, Dr. Parshotam Das, Sh. Sourabh Dutta, Dr. Mohd. Sardar Bhatti, Dr. Hilal Ahmed Bhat, and Prof. Ajay Manhas, who lent their support to the event and its message.
The entire program was meticulously organized by the NSS Program Officer, Prof. Meena Devi, who ensured its smooth execution. To add a sweet note to the evening, refreshments were provided to all participants, further enhancing the sense of camaraderie and unity among the students.
GDC Mahanpur College's celebration of Gandhi Jayanti through the medium of music not only paid homage to the Father of the Nation but also encouraged the students to embody the principles of truth and non-violence in their lives. It was a musical tribute that resonated with the spirit of Gandhi ji's timeless teachings, leaving a lasting impact on all in attendance.