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JAMMU: MIER College of Education students attended adventure camp at Patnitop- a hill station 100 km away from Jammu.
Around 45 students accompanied by three faculty members went for the adventure camp known as ‘I Survive’, the purpose of which is to enhance the surviving capacities among the learners under the most difficult and tough situations.
The camp is well equipped with modern tents and all basic amenities in the heart of nature with good food, facilities and adventure activities conducted by trained experts giving the participants a unique outdoor experience.
The students had a real life time and most memorable experience by participating in number of adventure activities like Free Fall Jump, Valley Bridge Rope, Double Rope Bridge, Escape Timbak to Jail, Commando Wrapling, Nuptial Knot etc.
They participated in all activities with full enthusiasm and zeal. During the night a bonfire was lit in which the students had fun and frolic by singing and dancing.
Next morning, they were taken to higher reaches at the height of 10,000 ft. above sea level to conduct some dare devil activities. They all came back enriched, rejuvenated and confident to take on the world.
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