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Song and dance add zing to Nutan party

india Updated: Sep 16, 2006 16:04 IST

SAROJINI NAIDU Government Girls’ College organised a welcome party for freshers on September 9. Principal Shobhana Maru was present on the occasion.  The cultural society of the college presented various cultural programmes. Students presented songs and dances (semi-classical and remixes) on the theme ‘Rim-Jhim’. Different moods of monsoon including effects of rain, thunder and lightning were highlighted through group and solo dances and songs.

Bangkok professors visit BSSS
TWO PROFESSORS from Bangkok visited Bhopal School of Social Sciences (BSSS). They were here from September 7 to 10 for an orientation programme of MBA students (of Assumption University Bangkok), who have their tuning programme at BSSS.

Assumption University dean (psychology) Vorapot Ruckthum and dean (MBA) Ismail Ali Syed introduced themselves and their university to students. They presented detailed information about the semester system and the academic pattern of Assumption University. The guest professors interacted with the students and the staff of BSSS and appreciated the team spirit, accountability and ethics of students here.

The students presented dances and songs depicting the varied culture of our country. They also performed a skit on teacher-student relationship. In the concluding session, the guest professors advised students to preserve their cultural identity and not to be swayed away by western values. 

Nutrition week at Nutan and MLB
MAHARANI LAKSHMI Bai Government Girls’ College (MLB) students organised various programmes as part of World Nutrition Week from September 1 to 7. Students organised poster and slogan contests of nutritious recipes. Nutrition awareness and counselling sessions were also organised by the students, said Amita Baluapuri.

As part of the nutrition week, PG students of the home science department also attended the first annual conference of Madhya Pradesh chapter of Indian Society of Gastroenterology organised by the Bhopal Memorial Hospital and Research Centre (BMHRC).

Sarojini Naidu Government Girls’ College students also organised various progammes in their college premises as part of the World Nutrition Week. Students organised poster competitions based on the theme ‘nutrition literacy’. There were nutrition quiz, fete of nutritious dishes prepared by girls, exhibition of soyabean products and nutrition counselling, said Nutrition HoD Sudha Handa. Students of the college also won the first prize in the competition on recipes for diabetics held at Ayushman College as part of the nutrition week programmes.

Welcome party at Anand Vihar
A WELCOME party was organised at Anand Vihar College for Women (AVCW) on September 8 to welcome the B Com first year students.

Surbhi Kale and Tamanna Bisht presented western dance, while Apoorva Khare, Huma Quereshi and Neha Barua presented solo songs. Games were also organised.

Apoorva Khare was declared ‘Ms Eve’, while Shraddha Panjwani was adjudged ‘Ms Personality’. ‘Ms Beautiful Smile’ was Rashmi Sujwani, while Huma Quereshi was presented the title ‘Ms Punctuality’. The prize for the ‘best student’ went to Swati Mittal.

Compiled by Arpita Mitra
Photo by Mujeeb Faruqui