GCW Udhampur hosts inter-collegiate Patriotic Song Contest
Aug 09, 2021
UDHAMPUR: As a part of "Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav" celebration marking 75 years of India's Independence, an inter-collegiate solo patriotic song competition was organized by National Cadet Corps(NCC) 1stJ&K Girls Battalion, Srinagar of Government College for Women (GCW) Udhampur in collaboration with Department of Music through online mode, here today.
Principal, Government College for Women, Udhampur, Prof. Minu Mahajan was the Chief Guest on the occasion.
Prof. Minu Mahajan highlighted the cause behind celebrating the ‘Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav'. She said that Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav is a Jan Mahotsav to highlight the contribution of every section of society in India's Freedom Struggle.
Prof. Mahjan informed that the Government College for Women Udhampur is organizing Week Long special events to mark the celebrations under the aegis of 'Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav' in the college campus and pay tribute to the heroes of Indian freedom struggle.
Students from various colleges participated in the solo song competition and sang very beautiful patriotic songs to pay tributes to the freedom fighters of India.
Best Singers of Solo Patriotic Song Competition included Jyoti Koushal of Semester 6th GCW Udhampur, Naseem Akhter of Sem 2nd, Mohani Devi of Sem 2nd, Anjali Sharma BSC sem 2nd, Poja Sharma, Charu Sharma, Ridhi Verma , Bhawana Udhey, Neetika Bhan and Neha Rajput respectively.
Later, the department of Music also distributed e-Certificates among the participants of the competition.
Earlier, HOD Music, Associate Prof. Dr. Seema Sharma gave a brief resume of the activities being carried out by the Department from time to time, especially for celebration of Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav [email protected]
During the contest, Assistant Prof. Shallu Jasrotia and Assistant Prof. Yash Kumar both from Department of Music GCW Udhampur acted as judges.
Among others, HOD Chemistry, Associate Prof. Kewel Kumar, Assistant Prof. Dr. Sanjay Kumar, other senior faculty members, staff members and a large number of the students also attended the programme.