Jodhamal Youth Conclave-2022 concludes

Students and dignitaries of “Jodhamal Youth Conclave-2020” posing for a group photograph in school premises on Monday.
Students and dignitaries of “Jodhamal Youth Conclave-2020” posing for a group photograph in school premises on Monday.

Excelsior Correspondent

JAMMU, Sept 3: Jodhamal Youth Conclave (JYC) on the theme “Establishing Morality in Mayhem” concluded with overwhelming participation of nearly 400 students from around 20 schools, here today.
In the three days’ function, the delegates from Mayo College, Ajmer, Scindia School, Gwalior and Yadavindra Public School, Patiala and DPS here amongst others also participated in JYC-2022. The JYC-2022 concluded with a wave of firm conviction that now is the time for the youth to build human solidarity around the world with not only the nation but the world at peace not in pieces.
The chief guest of the closing ceremony, Dr Ram Thakur, Academic Director KC Public School appreciated the effort being put up by the students and the faculty of Jodhamal Public School.
The best delegate were awarded to Tuhina, Anupriya Bawar from MCGS, Ajmer, Vihaan Gupta and Medhaj Pathania from KC Public School, Jammu, Atharav Dabgotra from Heritage School, Jammu, Ryan Lamba from Jodhamal Public School, Jammu, Reeva Khedkar and Individual Joaane from DPS Udhampur. The outstanding delegates were awarded to Aahana Tak, Ridhima Chadha, Simran and Abhijay Charak, Individual, Aarav Handoo, Iqra Jahangir and Kshitij Goindi from Jodhamal Public School, Shambhavi Gupta from KC Public School, Khushi Rajput from KC International School and Sudaksh Raina from GD Goenka, Jammu.
JYC as usual was planned, organized and very successfully implemented by the Directorate of JYC. The Directorate of JYC were Karmanya Wahi, Lakshav Singh Sambyal, Ayaan Malhotra, Akshat Dogra, Kush Manchanda, Suhani Sharma, Vinisha Barala, Aanya Anand, Divyanshi Takroo and Harshal Chawla.
The Conference Director was Anjali Gupta and the mentor teachers were Mubeen Butt, Deepmal and Pooja Sharma, while Varisha Bari, Anoop and Karanpreet Kour were the mentor cum escort teachers of Mayo College (Ajmer), Scindia Schools (Gwalior) and YPS Patiala respectively.
In the last two days, three issues of MUN Believable and the magazine of JYC 2022 were also released.
The JYC delegates witnessed amazing performances by the School choir group and the school rock band “Stamped”.