Shaan-e-Ramazan Programme Concludes At KU  

Srinagar- A four-day Shaan-e-Ramadan talent-hunt programme concluded at the University of Kashmir on Thursday.

The programme was organised by the Department of Students Welfare (DSW) and was co-presented by Cemtac Cements and FIL Industries, while Red FM 93.5 was the Radio Partner of the event. Spectrum Advertising Services was its print partner and ‘Al Murshid Graphics’ the design partner.

Dean Academic Affairs Prof Farooq A Masoodi and Registrar Dr Nisar Ahmad Mir were the chief guest and guest of honour, respectively, at the valedictory ceremony and gave away prizes among the winners of five competitions held during the talent-hunt programme.

Prof Masoodi and Dr Nisar complimented the winners and participants who came from different academic institutions in Kashmir, including University of Kashmir, Central University of Kashmir, IUST Awantipora, NIT Srinagar and several affiliated colleges of KU.

Five competitions including Husn-e-Qirat, Husn-e-Naat, Husn-e-Azaan, Contemporary Calligraphy and Traditional Calligraphy were held and the first five winners in each competition were awarded with prizes.

Dean Students Welfare Prof Raies A Qadri presented the welcome address and also expressed special thanks to the co-presenters and sponsors of the programme, which is an annual feature of the DSW. He also thanked the university administration for its support to the programmes conducted by DSW within and outside the university campus.

Cultural Officer KU Shahid Ali Khan conducted proceedings of the event.

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