Folk dance, debate, photography competitions mark day 4
Srinagar, Oct 20: Folk dance, debate, photography competitions marked the day-4 of the intra-university youth festival Sounzal going on at Kashmir University.
Folk dance event of Sonzal 2011 organised by Department of Students Welfare saw some of the best performances from across the regions of valley ranging from Ladakhi folk dance to Kashmiri Roff.
Showkat Shafi, Assistant Dean Students Welfare, PRO KU, Masood Muntazir broadcaster, actor and S A Khan cultural officer acted as judges for the event.
Scores of enthusiastic students participated in the photography competition and clicked some of the best shots.
Naushad Gayoor from Institute of Music and Fine Arts, Kashmir University, Faheen Assistant Professor MERC and, Mubashir Hussain of Islamia College were also present.
The judges were impressed to see the work done by the participants. The participants were provided with refreshment for their efforts.
In the debate “Is the economic development of developing nations more important than protecting the environment”, Prof. Shabir Ahmad, Director The Business School, Dr. Musavir Ahmad, Assistant Dean DICA, Nasir Mirza, Assistant Professor MERC acted as judges.
The participants put forward their arguments in a lucid manner and judges were delighted to see the participants in an intellectual exchange of thoughts. Participants were from various colleges and departments of Kashmir University like Management, Arts, Commerce, Law, Mass Communication etc. It was a thought provoking event in which students highlighted the impact of developed nations on environment. The environment of Kashmir was also discussed by many students.
Prof Nilofer Khan Dean Students Welfare who monitored all the events on the occasion appreciated the talent that the students of valley possess. Prof Khan said Sonzal was the best platform for students to give vent to their capabilities.
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