Sonzal hosts Collage Making, Rangoli
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Srinagar, Nov 2: Kashmir University’s Sonzal festival on Friday hosted Collage Making and Rangoli events, the KU PRO said.
“In a debate competition, 16 participants discussed on the topic Should Government Continue to Give Subsidy on Essential Commodities, in which Syed Rameem Zehra of North Campus, KU emerged as the winner while as Afshan Mir of Business School, KU and Osmania Malik of Govt College for Women, MA Road Srinagar shared the 2nd position. Junaid Reshi of North campus, KU and Sabahat Nazir of KU shared 3rd position,” the KU handout said.
“Tariq Banday from J&K Bank, Syed Suhaib Hassan from IT&SS department KU and Dr S Iqbal, Head International Centre for Spiritual Studies, IUST were the jury members for the debate,” he added.
In Collage Making and Rangoli, 40 participants competed in the event. “In Collage Making event Raheel Janbaaz secured first position whereas Saqib Muhammad and Zahoor-ud-Din secured second and third positions respectively,” the PRO said.
“In Rangoli competition Fiza Shabir of Business School was declared as the first prize winner whereas Nowsheen Nazir of FMFA and Syed Shafqat of sociology dept KU secured the second the third positions.”
A cultural evening was also held on the third day of the festival in the Convocation Complex of the KU where eminent singer Waheed Jeelani entertained the audience.
“The 5th edition of the Intra-University youth festival will conclude on Saturday which also features a valedictory ceremony during which the winners of the various competitions would be felicitated,” the KU handout said.
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