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On the second day of GNDU's final inter-zonal youth fair, student artists also painted

AMRIK SINGH | December 08, 2021 08:21 PM

AMRITSAR: On the second day of Guru Nanak Dev University's Final Youth Fair, student performers performed on three different stages and in different items. It was the beginning. This year's youth fair, which plays an important role in student life, is witnessing the enthusiasm of the rest of the students along with the student artists in this youth fair.

Today, despite the second day off, the enthusiasm of the students did not seem to abate.
About 36 different items are being compared among the students. Classical Instrumental (Percussion), Classical Instrumental (Non-Percussion) competitions were held on the stage of Guru Granth Sahib Bhawan Auditorium yesterday.

Today costume parade, mimicry, classical dance, general dance competitions were held at Dasmesh Auditorium and song / ghazal, folk song competitions were held at Guru Nanak Bhawan Auditorium. In the conference hall, Poetry Symposium, Eloquence and Architecture Department's Stage Painting On Spot, Cartooning, On Photography, Clay Modeling, Installation competitions were conducted.

Skeet, MIME, One Act Play competitions will be held today (December 9) at the University's Dasmesh Auditorium. Guru Nanak Bhawan Auditorium will host Western Vocal Solo, Western Instrumental and Western Group Song. Rangoli, Phulkari, Mahindi competitions and quiz competitions will be conducted in the conference hall on the stage of Architecture Department. The stage of Dasmesh Auditorium is already visible for the vulture competitions to be held on December 10 as this time the competition is going to be between the strongest teams of different colleges. They have already put the judges in a dilemma through their powerful performances which have captivated the minds of the audience. All eyes are on which college's championship will be the crown of this youth fair.

Dr. Anish Dua, Dean Student Welfare informed that after completing the series of six zonal youth fairs till October and November, this inter-zonal youth fair is moving towards the pinnacle. This youth fair
The winning teams will represent Guru Nanak Dev University in the Inter-University North Zone Youth Fair. The winning teams from 80 different organizations will advance to the finals in the fields of dance, music, theater, fine arts and literary competitions. The festival is being organized by the Department of Youth Welfare, Guru Nanak Dev University.

Prof. Anish Dua, Incharge and Dr. Baljit Singh Sekhon, Advisor, Department of Youth Welfare are conducting these fairs with their uninterrupted coordination. The conveners of these fairs are Dr. Tejwant Kang and other advisory teachers. Amidst the enthusiastic spirit of the participating teams, the critical remarks of the judges and the overwhelming support of the spectators, while this fair of students is becoming more and more memorable, Kovid was forgetting the tragic days of the epidemic. Spring with friends, fair with friends. With the patronage and encouragement of the Vice Chancellor of the University Dr. Jaspal Singh Sandhu, it has become possible to make these youth fairs a success while the universities are yet to muster the courage to organize these fairs.

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