Amar Singh College wins annual IIPA-DSW 2018 debate

The first consolation prize was bagged by Malik Moen Abas from Amar Singh College and the second consolation prize went to Taimum Qasir from the Department of Mathematics.

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Srinagar, Publish Date: Sep 21 2018 10:41PM | Updated Date: Sep 21 2018 10:41PM
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Debating team from Amar Singh College lifted the annual IIPA-DSW debate rolling trophy after defeating around 50 participants who were divided into 25 teams.

The debating team from Amar Singh College which included Asma Syed and Malik Moen Abas won the title for Amar Singh College where as Safiya Mehraj from the department of Clinical Biochemistry KU won the first position and Mehak Mushtaq from Islaima College, Srinagar and Asma Syed from Amar Singh College secured the second and third positions respectively.

The first consolation prize was bagged by Malik Moen Abas from Amar Singh College and the second consolation prize went to Taimum Qasir from the Department of Mathematics.

The annual debate competition was organized by Indian Institute of Public Administration (IIPA), J&K Regional Branch in collaboration with division of Youth Affairs, department of Students Welfare, KU in which students from various degree colleges and universities of Kashmir division and from various PG departments of KU participated.

The topic for the day-long debate was “Our Youth is not taking full Advantage of Online Information Systems”. In his presidential remarks, vice chancellor, KU Prof. Talat Ahmad expressed happiness the way the division of Youth Affairs of KU is providing platform to the students of Kashmir.  

In his address the guest of honour on the occasion, Prof Mehraj-ud-din Mir, vice chancellor, Central University of Kashmir stressed upon the judicious use of online information systems.  

Earlier, the dean Students Welfare, Prof Raies Ahmad Qadri apprised the VC about the forth coming events of DSW. The organising Secretary of the debate, Shahid Ali Khan conducted proceedings of the event.

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