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JAMMU: Shivika Thakur from Department of Zoology University of Jammu and Sangpriya from Government College for Women (GCW), Parade shared the first position in debate competition conducted on Saturday in Display Your Talent-2017-18 being organised by the Department of Students Welfare, University of Jammu at Brig. Rajinder Singh Auditorium, here.
Dean Students Welfare, Prof. Satnam Kour, Associate Dean (SW), Dr. Anupama Vohra, Assistant Dean (SW), Dr. A.R. Manhas, students and scholars were present at the occasion.
The second prize in debate contest was awarded to Tushar Kalsotra from The Law School, JU and the third position was shared by Swikriti Mahajan from The Law School, JU and Seerat Baji from GCW, Gandhi Nagar.
The topic for the debate was “Digitalisation is essential for India and ethical concerns of privacy and surveillance should be aligned with it.”
Prof. Indira Rathore, Dr. Varun Tripathi and Dr. Anubhav Mathur were the judges and Dr. Garima Gupta was the Teacher In-Charge of the event.
The event was coordinated by Sumeet Sharma (Drama Instructor). Manreet, Yasir, Pawan, Payal, Avinash, Pallvi, Divya, Hempreet, Anjali did the Hall Management.
In essay writing competition, Ajay Vaid from Department of Political Science, JU and Bhuvesh Pargal from Government Degree College (GDC) Samba were declared first and second respectively. The third position was shared by Digvijay Singh from Departrment of Sociology, JU and Kamini Devi from JK College of Education.
In short story writing, the first position was awarded to Nitasha Singh Bali from Department of Psychology, JU, Sahil Singh Chib from GDC Akhnoor and Sutinderjeet Kour from GCW, Gandhi Nagar got second and third position respectively.
The organisers informed that students, who have secured first prizes in different events of Display Your Talent 2017, would be felicitated at the valedictory function to be held on October, 9 at 2:00 PM at Gen. Zorawar Singh Auditorium, University of Jammu.
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