WZCC Youth Fest: 2nd Day added More Colors
The second day of 27thWest Zone Inter University Youth Festival, organized jointly by Mohanlal Sukhadia Uni
The second day of 27thWest Zone Inter University Youth Festival, organized jointly by Mohanlal Sukhadia University, Udaipur, Indian University Organization, New Delhi and Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, Govt. of India turned out to be very colorful with various events and performances.
One-act Play was organized in the University Auditorium in which 23 teams participated and each participating team tried to throw light on the problems of the contemporary life in different styles and forms while Classical Solo Instrumental Competition was conducted in the auditorium of Arts College at 10 am in which 14 teams from various states captivated the audience by their performance.
The department of Visual Arts witnessed On the Spot Painting with 29 participating teams. Event Manager Prof. Hemant Divedi told that the theme selected for this competition were ‘Three Women’ and ‘Rural Site’. In the afternoon Collage making competition was organized on the topic ‘Terrorism’ and ‘Beautiful Aspect’ in which 26 teams took part.
Indian Group Song Competition started at Faculty of Management Studies at 9:30 am in the morning and 24 groups registered themselves for the contest in which they presented folk songs of their areas and some chose to sing patriotic songs. In the afternoon Western Group Song Competition was organized which compelled the gathering to tap their feet to the melodious number.
A Quiz Competition was also organized at Faculty of Management Studies at 10 am in the morning with 22 teams becoming the part of it. The exhibition of rare and valuable stones, Railway Postal Collection, rare snaps of Mahatma Gandhi, coin worth 1 kg silver and many such distinct articles displayed under the direction of Amit Joshi, Director, Heritage Point Pvt. Ltd. attracted the attention and was appreciated by all.
Media Incharge, Prof. Sanjay Lodha informed that all the participants have praised not only the beauty of the city but also the arrangements made keeping in mind the convenience of all. A music teacher from Ahmedabad, Jagesh Jikar said, “The premises of Sukhadia University is beautiful and calm and proximity of the spots for various events has added to our comfort.”
Vivek Agrawal, a music teacher from Udaipur has called it a Mahakumbh of India.