Army Conducts Painting Competition and Talent Hunt
Srinagar, Aug 10: The run up to 70th Independence Day of India commenced at Chinar 9 Jaan Club Baramulla, today, with the local youth and Army celebrating the same with great enthusiasm.
Amidst a huge and warm response from the local youth, the Army Brigade HQ under Dagger Division at Baramulla conducted an ‘Inter School Painting & Talent Hunt Competition’ on 10 Aug 2017, based on themes of rich ‘Kashmiriyat’and ‘Mera Bharat Mahan’. Organised for highlighting the talent and skills, this mega event also connected the Baramulla youth with the rich cultural values of Kashmiriyat and successful growth of the Indian Republic on the Global Platform. Evoking a massive response, this event witnessed an enthusiastic participation of more than 500 youth from eleven different school & colleges of Baramulla.
The On spot paintings prepared by the youth, depicted their real calibre and emotional feelings related to true Kashmiriyat and Nationalism.
The ‘talent hunt’ and an impressive cultural event organised by students on ‘INDIA OF MY DREAMS’ showcased the secular values and richness of our Nation. A melodious song “Ae Watan Hamko Teri Kasam” by Mr Shahid was a real hit amongst the audience.
Speaking on the occasion, the Chief Guest, Major General RP Kalita, SM, VSM, GOC Dagger Division complimented the youth for their active involvement and commitment towards the Nation.
He urged the students to identify the right path of progress & follow it for becoming responsible citizens of tomorrow.
The GOC appealed to the teaching faculty to ensure holistic growth of the students for development of the society.
Attractive prizes and incentives were awarded to the winners and other participants by Mrs. Nisha Kalita who also graced the occasion.
The winners of the Painting Competition were as under:-
1st Prize : Amaan Bilal (St. Joseph’s PS)
2nd Prize : Rubta Shafat (Baramulla PS)
3rd Prize : Danish (Baramulla PS)
The event reaffirmed the strong bond between the Army & the AWAM of Baramulla, which has withstood the test of time & tide always. (KNS)