JAMMU, Feb 28: Vishwa Bharati Senior Secondary School Akalpur, Morh, Jammu organized “Inter-School Solo Bhajan Gayan Pratiyogita” in which various students of renowned schools of Jammu region participated enthusiastically and sang melodious hymns.
The programme was organized in the school auditorium where members of Vishwa Bharati Management Board, teachers and students were present.
Dr AN Sadhu, Chairman Academic Committee Vishwa Bharati was the chief guest on the occasion.
Dr Deepali Wattal from Department of Music and Fine Arts, University of Jammu and Dr Kuldeep Raina HoD, PG Department of Music, MAM College, Jammu were the judges to evaluate the performance of the participants.
The students were divided into two categories of Group-I (9 to 11 years) and Group-II (12-14 years) according to their age.
Nitin Chidha, Pavitra Sharma, Shivanti Sharma, Udhay Gupta, Tanish Manhas and Shivani Jyotish were in Group-I, while Shourav Sharma , Jannat Malaik , Jatin Bhagat, Tamana Gupta , Ritika , Vimersh Bhat and Vansh Thakur were in Group-II. The contest commenced with welcome address by Achint Kour (Cultural Coordinator) who threw light on the rules and regulations of the contest.
In Group-I, Shivani Jyotisho of SOS HG School got Ist prize, Nitin Chidha of SN Vidhya Mandir won 2nd prize, Shivanti Shrama of DBN Amarvilla received the 3rd prize and Tanush Manhas of Vishwa Bharati won consolation prize.
In Group-II, Vansh Thakur of SOS HG School received first prize, Tamana Gupta of Jagriti Mission bagged 2nd prize, Jatin Bhagat of DBN School claimed the 3rd prize and Ritika of Vishwa Bharati got consolation prize.
Kuldeep Raina addressed the young students and asserted that such type of programmes provide an important platform to the young minds to display their talent and determine the courses of their future life.
Dr SK Koul, Secretary Vishwa Bharati School in his speech expressed his pleasure on conducting this competition and assured that more such programmes will be conducted in future for the holistic development of the students.
The programme concluded with vote of thanks by Principal Annapurna Koul.