SMVDU Celebrates Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat (EBSB)

JAMMU: With an aim to further strengthen the sense of oneness and unity within diversity amongst the students of J&K and other states in the country, Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University (SMVDU) celebrated ‘Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat (EBSB).

Wherein 46 Kendriya Vidyalaya students from IIT, Chennai, Annanagar, Dindigul and CLRI participated and presented their performances representing the unity and integrity of India.

For the organization of the event, a committee comprising of several faculty members has been formed, which has been organizing the event with the help of students. Vice-Principal, Kendriya Vidyalaya, Island Groups informed that Tejal; Samyukta, Sanjuktha and others presented classical solo & group songs in Tamil & Hindi and dance performances.

The program was also attended by the host Principals of K. V. Jammu & Nagarota, namely Amit Walter and Didar Singh.

The Tamil students were assisted with mentors, namely M. Amutha; Gowri, Girija, and Nayab Singh. Also, the in-house performers, namely Mansi Mathoo, Shivi Badyal, Abhinav and others presented scintillating performances in Dogri, Punjabi, Hindi and other regional languages of J&K.

Significantly, the students, Mohit Sharma, Mastana & Aakash of Institute of Music & Fine Arts, University of Jammu also performed Dogri Folk song.

The cultural event was largely attended by students and faculty members of the university. Citing Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the Vice-Chancellor (SMVDU) said that Sardar Vallabbhai Patel gave us ‘Ek Bharat', and now it is our solemn duty to make it ‘Shreshtha Bharat' collectively.

He reiterated that SMVD University has been strong bastions of cultural integration in the country having students from almost across all states. Dr. Anil K. Tewari, Vice-President, Board of Cultural Activities, presented the vote of thanks.

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