National P.G. College celebrates Golden Jubilee year in style

Lucknow: National PG College, Lucknow is organizing a two-day inter-college cultural program in the form of Oz Mahotsav 2024 in its golden jubilee year. The program started with Saraswati Vandana on 22nd March, the second day of the program. Debate competition was organized on this day. The theme was ‘One Nation-One Election’. On the same day, a poetry recitation competition was also organized in which students from 15 colleges and three universities participated.

The chief guest of the award distribution ceremony of this program was  Avnish Awasthi, political advisor to Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. He said in his address that “Highly educated students are the future of the country. Students should move forward with high level resolutions. Only then will he be able to provide the best dimensions to the country, society and humanity.”

Famous litterateur  Manoj Shukla was also present on this occasion.

On this occasion, Principal Prof. Devendra Kumar Singh said that in the Oz Mahotsav-2024 cultural program organized by the college, I got a chance to meet the amazing participants of Lucknow city. I wish all the participants all the best for their bright future.” He congratulated all the participants. While praising, he said that all of you participated in the competitions with full enthusiasm and gave your presentations. This program is a great platform for students to learn. Today all of you have got a chance to meet different talents and make a real assessment of yourself.

In the competitions on the first day of the program, first prize in solo singing, Shikhar Verma, JNPG College, second prize Aadhya Sharma, National PG College, third prize Deepika Chauhan, National PG College and first prize in group singing, Aryaman & Group, National PG College, Second prize went to Saurabh Ganguly and team, Shia PG College, third prize to Shikhar Verma and team, JNPG College.

In the solo dance competition, first prize went to Vriti Saxena, IT College, second prize to Manas Bajpai, Lucknow University, third prize to Samridhi, National PG College. In group dance, first prize was given to Ananya Krishna Raj and Team National PG College, second prize was given to Aviral and Group National PG College, third prize was given to Anvi Singh and Group National PG College.

First prize in quiz went to Aryan Mishra and Krish Yadav Lucknow University, second prize to Nidhi Verma and Abhedansh Pratap Singh, Ramswaroop College, third prize to Bhavya Pandey and Divyanshi Mishra, Navyug Kanya PG College, first prize to story writing was Arya Sharma, second prize to Ayush Pandey III. Awards Mahima Verma, first prize in poster making went to Abhishek Sharma, Shia PG College, second prize to Ayesha Siddiqui, National PG College, third prize to Mahvish Qureshi, KMCL University, first prize to Ila Mishra and Mrinlani Dixit of National PG College in debate competition, Kajal Awasthi and Neha Kumari of Navyug Girls College got second position and Inderjeet Shukla and Sarvjeet Shukla of Lucknow University got third position.

The first prize winner was honored with a medal and certificate worth Rs 2000, the second prize winner with Rs 1500 and the third prize winner with Rs 1000. In the beginning, Principal Prof. Devendra Kumar Singh welcomed the chief guest. At the end of the function, program coordinator Prof. Ramakrishna gave a vote of thanks.
In the same sequence, today on March 22, 2024, World Water Day was celebrated at National PG College, Lucknow under the leadership of College Principal Professor Devendra Kumar Singh under the National Service Scheme, under which a youth dialogue program was held. Program Officer Dr. Archana Singh told the students that today the theme of World Water Day 2024 is ‘Water for Peace’.

Water conservation is our responsibility because nowadays the availability of water is decreasing. Rivers, lakes and inland water bodies are becoming polluted due to industrialization and urbanization, increasing population, regulated water use and illegal water pollution. This affects the quality of Earth’s water resources. Only 2.7 percent of the total water available on Earth is fresh water, of which 75.2 percent is stored in the polar regions. And 22.6 percent is present in the form of groundwater. Water conservation is necessary to overcome the water crisis in the country. It has become mandatory for us to store rain water. National Service Scheme Program Officer Dr. Pranati Mishra told the students that special attention should be paid to water conservation and conservation. Rain water should be collected. Pure water or potable water should be prepared with the help of water purification machines.


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