STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: Three events comprising Western Vocal (Group), Western Vocal (Solo) and Western Instrumental were conducted during ongoing ‘Rang Trang Display Your Talent-2019’ organised by the Department of Students Welfare, University of Jammu here on Thursday. A number of students from various affiliated Degree Colleges and University Departments participated in different competitions. Prof Jasbir Singh, Dean Students Welfare; Prof Yash Pal Sharma, Chairman Campus Cultural Committee; Prof Anupama Vohra, Co-Chairperson Campus Cultural Committee and Dr Anil Gupta, Assistant Dean Students Welfare felicitated winner students. In Western Vocal (Group), the team of GCW Parade stood first while teams of The Business School and The Law School stood second and third respectively. Harjeet Guddu, Amarjeet Singh and John Jeenu were the judges of the event while Dr Hema Gandotra was the Teacher Incharge. In Western Vocal (Solo), Asif Khan from KC Law College stood first. Samiya Khaliq from GMC Jammu stood second while the third position was secured by Shrey Bakshi from The Law School, JU. Certificates of Merit were awarded to Poornima Jojra from GDC R S Pura and Nidhi Kumari from the Department of Zoology. Dr Sadaf Shah was the teacher Incharge of the event. In Western Instrumental (Solo), Sawish from GMC Jammu was declared as winner while second and third positions were awarded to Dhruv Pant and Shrey Bakshi respectively, both from The Law School, JU. Dr Skarma Nonzom was the Teacher Incharge of the event. The events were witnessed by members of Campus Cultural Committee, students and scholars of University of Jammu and were coordinated by Mansi Mantoo, Media Officer; Sumeet Sharma, Drama Instructor and Ifra Kak, Cultural Officer. Shrishti, Vaishali, Vrinda, Meenakshi, Alisha, Mehul, Anup and Shahraza looked after hall management. The sound was operated by Kulbhushan Thakur and Arif Paul. On September 20, the debate competition would be conducted at Brig Rajinder Singh Auditorium, University of Jammu, from 10:00 AM onwards.
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