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Jashan-2022: folk songs and dances captivate audiences : The Tribune India

Tribune press service

Amritsar, April 8

The Jashan-2022 four-day interdepartmental cultural festival of Guru Nanak Dev University, held several competitions of mimicry, nautanki, skit, quiz, debate, collage, cartoon and other dance performances cultural. On the third day today, a giddha folk dance performance was held along with the award ceremony.

The Architecture Department won first place in five music elements (shabad/bhajan, geet ghazal, folk song, western vocal solo, instrumental percussion, non-instrumental percussion). The Electronic Technology Department won first place in Instrumental Percussion while in the same category, the Law Department took second position and the Chemistry Department came third. In shabad/bhajan, the legal department ranked second and zoology got the third position. In the bhangra contest, the law department got the first position, the university business school came second and computer engineering. and technology got the third position.

In geet ghazal, the microbiology department got second place and electronic technology was third. In the folksong category, architecture maintained its dominance and the Department of Social Sciences came in second and the University’s School of Business placed third. In Western Vocal Solo, Food Science & Technology took second place and Physics third. Second place in Instrumental Non-Percussion was taken by Electronic Technology and for technical reasons third place was not declared.

In clay modeling, the MYAS department obtained the first position while the electronics and the CSDA obtained the second and third positions respectively. The Architecture Department was first in collage, the Electronics Department was second, and the Guru Ramdas School of Planning was third. In the comic, the architecture department got the first position, the mass communication department the second, and the social sciences department was in the third position. In the flower arrangement competition, the electronics department took first place, the university school of financial studies second, and computer engineering third. A screening session of short films also took place later in the day.