JU organizes musical programme

Prof Jigar Mohammad, dean research studies at JU was the chief guest on the occasion.

Jammu, Publish Date: Oct 12 2018 4:06AM | Updated Date: Oct 12 2018 4:06AM
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The department of students’ welfare, Jammu University (JU) in association with SPIC MACAY, a society for promotion of Indian classical music and culture amongst youth organized a musical programme ‘Fall Retreat with Kalapini Komkali’, here on Thursday.

Prof Jigar Mohammad, dean research studies  at JU was the chief guest on the occasion.

The programme started with welcome address by Prof Shailender Singh Jamwal, Dean Students Welfare and appraised the audience about the activities planned by the department of students’ welfare in making University Campus a culturally happening place. He acknowledged the importance of cultural and literary activities in shaping the overall personality of students.

Kalapini mesmerized audience with her performance and encouraged youngsters to learn Indian classical music.

It is pertinent to inform Kalapini Komkali is widely recognized as one of the finest and well-trained classical vocalists of the younger generation who is endowed with wholly original, melodious and extremely rich voice. She is the daughter and disciple of legendary Pandit Kumar Gandharva and has also been trained by her illustrious mother, Vidushi Vasundhara Komkali.

Prof S K Pandita, chairman campus cultural committee, Dr Sapna K  Sangra, state chairperson SPIC MACAY, J&K, Prof Geeta Sumbli, Prof Namrata Sharma, Prof Arvind Jasrotia, Dr B K Bajaj, Dr Anil Gupta, Dr Sarita Sood, Dr Savita Nayyar and Dr Vinay Thusoo also attended the programme. 


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