Talent hunt organised at Aryans Group of Colleges
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Oct 21: Students of Aryans Group of Colleges (AGC) displayed their talent in the talent hunt programme as the fresh students showed talent.
Various cultural activities were performed by students including modelling, skit, bhangra, giddha, solo song, solo dance, mehndi competition, Rangoli making, tattoo making, low calorie sandwich making and various kinds of dance performances were also performed.
Dr Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group, who presided over the function, said that the institute would always welcome such gestures of the students and the institute would encourage the students to organize such events more frequently.
Also present on the occasion were Prof. D. C. Kataria, Vice- Chairman, Rajni Kataria, Treasurer Dr Parveen Kataria, Director General Prof K. K. Mangla and Dr Manjula Kataria.
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