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Rajasthan explores edutainment

Students Islamic Organization of India Rajasthan zone had organized State Level two days Students Festival with national theme “Exploring Edutainment Coloring Creativity” on 15-16 September 2012 this festival is part of “A Mega event of cultural competition” on national level at Kolkata on 18-19 October. The Festival started on 15th and concluded on 16th September at Pink City Press Club, Jaipur.

Inaugural Program started with Quran translation by sis. Iram Iqbal, festival was inaugurated by Chief Guest of inaugural program Jb. Sant Kumar Chaudhary Chairman shankara group of Institutes. Students from different part of rajasthan performed Drama, poem recitation, Mono Act, Extempore Elocution, Street Play and Mimicry.

Conclusion program was started with the song of Br. Muhd Javed. Welcome words were of Ubaida Iqbal State sec of girls Islamic Organization.

State president of Rajasthan Br. Muttalib Mirza told that students should not be bookworm they should contribute in all activities of society.

President in charge of world league of Aryans satyavrat samvedi told that students and youth have to come in charge for reconstruction of society and they have to fight for justice, equality and for a healthy change in society.

Special guest of Festival CAC Member Br. shibli Arsalan delivered concluding speech and told that entertainment is important for development of society and personality. Healthy structure of art, education from art and relation of education with art and culture are need to utilized for improvement and revolution and for development in society.

National sec. sio Br. sayed arif ali and state sec jamaat e islami hind Jb. Iqbal siddiqui expressed their views.

State sec sio Rajasthan muhd shahid told that first prize winner will move for national level competition in Kolkata. First prize winners are ANJAYSHRI in Eextempore Elocution, MAYOR GOCHAR in Mono Act, PRERNA KHANDELWAL in poem recitation, VIKAS CHOUHAN and group in street play, MAYOR GOCHAR in mimicry and red rose public school MAKRANA in drama.

 

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