August 15, 2022 02:56 PM


Marking the celebration of 75 years of India's independence, patriotic fervour reached its crescendo as the 6-day Har Ghar Tiranga Programme, under Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav, culminated successfully at Mehr Chand Mahajan DAV College for Women, Chandigarh.

Organised under the aegis of Department of Higher Education, Chandigarh Administration, the final day of the programme began with hoisting of Tricolour in the college campus by Ms. Harjinder Kaur, Regional Director, Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, Regional Directorate of NSS, UT Chandigarh. Speaking at the occasion, Ms. Harjinder paid rich tributes to the architects behind India's struggle for freedom, the supreme sacrifices of whom brought the dawn of independence. She laid emphasis on the responsibility of the young generation to take India to greater heights and build a better, self reliant India for the future generations.

Principal Dr. Nisha Bhargava highlighted the significant role of Arya Samaj and DAV stalwarts in the Indian freedom struggle. Dr. Bhargava motivated fellow citizens to work towards building India of our dreams, adding that it would be the real tribute to our great freedom fighters. Her rendition of self-composed poem evoked feelings of love and admiration for our beloved nation among the audience.

The flag hoisting ceremony was followed by a cultural programme. The members of Commonwealth Games 2022 silver medal winning Indian cricket team and alumni of the college Ms. Harleen Deol and Ms. Tania Bhatia were felicitated and awarded cash prizes on this occasion. Tania's mother received the honour on the behalf of Tania.

The cultural programme included group song and speech by NCC cadets (Army WIng & Naval Wing), patriotic song renditions by faculty and musical presentation by the students of Music Department. The winners of various competitions held during the 6-day programme were felicitated during a prize distribution ceremony organised on this occasion.

On the 6th day, a Video Making Competition on 'Cyber Crime se Azadi' was also held. The competition recorded enthusiastic response from the students who made informative videos pertaining to cyber hygiene. A selfie point on the theme Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav was also set up on this occasion. The 6-day programme consisted of thoughtfully curated and immaculately executed events aimed at infusing patriotic fervour and reiterate commitment towards nation building.

Result of Video Making Competition on Cyber Crime se Azadi:

First Prize: Yavneeka BCA 2
Second Prize: Radhika Sharma BCom 2
Third Prize: Ira Garg BA 2

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