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DIPR organizes Symposium cum cultural programme on COVID-19 at Udhampur

Divyanshi adjudged best speaker

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Udhampur , 10 Mar 2021

To generate awareness among the common masses about the Corona disease, Department of Information & Public Relations Cultural Wing, Jammu, in collaboration with District Information Centre, Udhampur organized a symposium cum Cultural programme on the theme COVID-19   Do’s & Don’ts, here at Bhartiya Vidya Mandir High School.Principal of the host school, Renu Sharma was the chief guest on the occasion. In all 8 students of the school participated in the symposium contest and threw light on the burning topic and shared their views regarding COVID-19.Divyanshi Chalotra of class 9th clinched first position, while Manvi Thakur of class 6th and Priyanka Bandral of class 9th secured second and third positions, respectively.  Besides, Sunaina Chalotra of class 7th bagged consolation prize.Sapna Sharma, Asha Devi and Bandhana acted as judges while senior Artist of Information Department Suresh Sharma conducted the proceeding of the programme.  While addressing the students, the chief guest applauded the efforts of information department for organizing the awareness programme aimed at to create awareness among the students as well as general public regarding COVID-19. She urged upon the students to spread the message of Corona disease among the common masses and urged the department to hold more such events in the near future.Artists of Cultural wing DIPR Jammu presented theme based scintillating cultural programmes which mesmerized by the audience.Later, Prizes and merit certificates were also distributed among the winners.Among others, senior artists of Information Department Yash Kumar, Balbir Singh, Surjeet Singh, Rakesh Kumar besides Staff members and students of the school were present on the occasion.


Tags: DIPR JK , J&K Information and Public Relations Department , Director Information and Public Relations Department , Udhampur , Kashmir , Jammu And Kashmir , Jammu & Kashmir



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