Vice Chancellor JU, Prof R.D Sharma felicitating renowned Mime Artist, Niranjan Goswami at a function in Jammu.
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JAMMU: The first ever five-day mime festival and workshop organised by Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR), Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India and Department of Students Welfare, University of Jammu concluded here on Thursday.
On the occasion, Prof. R.D Sharma Vice Chancellor was the Chief Guest, who was overwhelmed by the outcome of this unique event which he termed as historic and highly meaningful for the university students.
Speaking on the occasion, Prof R.D Sharma, Vice Chancellor, University of Jammu expressed his happiness over the organisation of such workshops under the guidance of world renowned Mime Artist, Niranjan Goswami.
Prof Sharma said that such types of workshops not only chisel the talent of students but also help in channelising their energy towards positive direction along with their routine studies.
This followed a festival of the performances by the participants which included solo acts and few theme based group mime acts entitled Mobile Menace, Specially-Abled, Catching the Butterfly, Parents and the Children, Towards Healthy Life-style, Langer Main Dangal and The Thief and the programme culminated with the master performances-cum-demonstration by Niranjan Goswami of Indian Mime Theatre Kolkatta.
Vote of thanks was presented by Prof. S.K Pandita, Convenor Campus Cultural Committee and the programme was conducted by Sumeet Sharma, Drama Instructor who also efficiently coordinated this magnificent event.
Those who participated in the final festival include Gauri Thakur, Neerja Bharti, Shivansh, Rahul Kumar, Kajal Sharma, Riya Sharma, Dixit Sharma, Shivam Singh, Subhagya Pargal, Rajat Salgotra, Preeti Bhat, Sakul Kharka, Kumar Saksham, Abhi Bargotra, Bhavna Sharma, Ankita Yadav, Sheetal Thakur, Sunny Singh, Sahil Saini, Sunny Parihar, Diksha Andotra, Manik Aggarwal, Mukul Sharma, Ankit Sharma, Kannav Chopra, Saomit Sharma, Varsha Sharma, Goutam Sharma, Mahikshit Singh, Sameena Kousar, Chahukeshi, Dheeraj Mahajan, Puneet Kour, Deepali Sharma, Shivata Saproo, Kamal Bhardwaj, Bhavneet Kour, Ashish Parihar, Vrinda Sharma, Anil and Pratibha Heer.
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