Apeejay College of Fine Arts observed Vigilance Awareness Week

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  • November 13, 2022
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Jalandhar November 12 (Jaswinder Singh Azad)- Apeejay College of Fine Arts, Jalandhar observed Vigilance Awareness Week in collaboration with Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME), Government of India. Mr. Kundan Lal, Assistant Director, MSME and Mr. Gopal Krishan, PA to Director were present on this occasion who guided the students and talked of the pitfalls of corruption and how it rots the very roots and culture of the country.

During the week, multiple activities were organised where students of all the departments of the college participated with great enthusiasm. They had participated in Rangoli making, Poster Making and Slogan Writing Competitions. In Rangoli Competition, Dikha of BFA Semester 1st, Manya of B.Com 1st semester and Vikash of BFA Semester 1st bagged 1st, 2nd and 3rd positions respectively for their artistic presentation of the relevant theme through colours.

In Poster Making competition, the top three postions were bagged by Riya Maggo

In Poster Making competition, the top three postions were bagged by Riya Maggo of BFA Semester 7th, Devanshi of BD Semester 1st and Priya Kumari of BD Semester 1st and in Slogan Writing Competition all the top 3 postions were clinched by the students of BD Semester 7th – Natasha Chabra, Khushi and Dansih Jain for their thought provoking slogans.

Also, a nukkarnatak was performed to create awareness among the students on the said subject. They also took a pledge promising integrity, vilgilance and commitment to the high and noble standards of life. Principal Dr. NeerjaDhingra appreciated the efforts of Ms. Rajni Gupta (HOD, Design), Ms. Rajni Kumar (Coordinator of event) and Dr. Gagan Gambhir for successfully organizing the event and said that today’s youngsters are the future of the nation, soit is essential to imbibe values amongst them and make them realise that work done with honesty bears more fruits and to have clean consciousness is more important than filling pockets through corruption or other wrong practices.

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