PAU's 7-day youth fest kicks off on October 30

Updated on Oct 27, 2014 07:26 PM IST
Punjab Agricultural University is set to host its seven-day Annual Youth Festival from October 30.Students from colleges affiliated to PAU will participate in the event.Events such as collage, cartoon and creative writing contests will mark the first day of the festival, while poster, debate, clay modelling, poetry recitation competitions will be held on the second day on October 31, said Ravinder Kaur Dhaliwal, director students' welfare at PAU and the chief organiser of the festival.
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Hindustan Times | By, Ludhiana


PAU's 7-day youth fest kicks off on October 30

Punjab Agricultural University is set to host its seven-day Annual Youth Festival from October 30.Students from colleges affiliated to PAU will participate in the event.Events such as collage, cartoon and creative writing contests will mark the first day of the festival, while poster, debate, clay modelling, poetry recitation competitions will be held on the second day on October 31, said Ravinder Kaur Dhaliwal, director students' welfare at PAU and the chief organiser of the festival.

Schedule

October 30-Collage, cartoon and creative writing contests

October 31-Poster, debate, clay modelling and poetry contests
November 1-Painting, extempore/elocution and rangoli competitions
November 2- Spot photography competition

November 3-Official inauguration of the festival

Dance, folk songs and music competitions.

November 4-Shabad gayan, quiz, one-act play, mimicry and mime competitions.
November 5-Skits, mono-acting and folk dances competition

Final prize distribution

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