Jalandhar April 19 (Jaswinder Singh Azad)- Kanya Maha Vidyalaya (Autonomous) always work hard to enrich its students in academics as well as in their literary skills. In a new initiative, the PG Department of Physics in association with the Department of Student Welfare organised an event MagnumOpus. The objective of the competition was to make the student confident and better orators so that they can express their views on any topic. Various competitions were organised under the event namely Storytelling & writing, Self-composed Poem Recitation and Extempore. Students of different streams had participated in the competitions.
For story writing students were given opening line of the story “Closer and closer it came, it was getting bigger and bigger, soon it filled the sky above” and were asked to write their stories around it. First position was bagged by Anshuman Saluja of M.Sc Physics sem-4 who did magic with her magnificent performance. Second position was jointly bagged by Manmeet Kaur of B.com (Hons) Sem-2 (My Worst Nightmare) and Lavleen Saini of M.Sc Physics Sem-2 . Third position was bagged by Nandini Sharma of B.Sc FD Sem-2 who composed her story ‘Vocations in the African forest’.
For the poem recitation competition students came up with their self-composed poems
For the poem recitation competition students came up with their self-composed poems and recited them with great fondness. First position in poem recitation was bagged by Beenu Kumari of B.Sc (NM), her poem ‘Pardesiya Di Zindagi’ & the second position was bagged by Komal Sharma of B.Sc Medical sem-4, jointly with Arti of B.Com Hons Sem -4 (One Sided Love) whereas third position was bagged by Malika Ratti of B.Voc Artificial Intelligence and Data Science Sem-4 (The God) jointly with Shukmanpreet Kaur of B.Com (Hons) Sem-4; who explained the beauty of Punjab in her poem ‘Mera Punjab’.
For the third competition named Extempore students were asked to speak on different topics such as Importance of communication skills, How far social media affect our life?, If you are given opportunity to be the prime minister of India for one day, what will you do?, Artificial intelligence – boon or Bane, How far technology affects jobs?, All that glitters is not gold, A change you would like to bring in India.
First prize was given to Komal Sharma B.Sc Medical Sem-4
First prize was given to Komal Sharma B.Sc Medical Sem-4; spoke on the topic ‘All glitters is not a Gold’ & second prize in Extempore was given to Manveen Kaur of B.Sc Medical Sem -4, who confidently spoke about the topic–’what you will do if you become prime minister for one day’ & third position was bagged by Sandeep Kaur of M.Sc Physics Sem-2, enlightened role of technologies in Artificial Intelligence.
Principal Prof Dr Atima Sharma Dwivedi averred that through this event participants got a platform to enhance their writing and speaking skills along with their studies, which is very important for today’s young generation. She further maintained that literature and creativity make the personality of a person more attractive.
She also motivated the students to keep on participating in such events.Madam Principal lauded the efforts of the PG Department of Physics for organising the celebrations and encouraging the students to pursue writing skills.