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District level youth festival at Mayang College

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HT Correspondent

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Morigaon, July 2: The district level youth festival was inaugurated on Sunday at Mayang College, with the aim of fostering the development of educated and virtuous youth who can contribute to the progress of the country. The program was organised by Nehru Yuva Kendra Morigaon in collaboration with Mayang College. Dr Hareshwar Shaikia, secretary general of the International Human Rights Ambassadors Organisation, inaugurated the festival.

The event was graced by the presence of Priyanka Gogoi, chief guest and circle officer of Mayang Revenue Circle. Dr Mahananda Shaikia, principal of Mayang College, Dr Phanibhushan Nath, founder and retired principal of Mayang College, Prafula Bhuyan, president of Mayang Development Committee, and Gautam Bhaskar, associate circle officer of Mayang Revenue Circle, were also in attendance and delivered speeches.

The day-long program included various competitions such as drawing, photography, poetry writing, group dance, and speech. The competitions were conducted by esteemed personalities and judges. In the folk dance competition, the Bihu team of Mayang College secured the first place, followed by the Karbi folk dance team in second place and the Tiwa folk dance team of Mirnarbha Junior College in third place. The winners of the 2013 Youth Arts Competition were Mahananda Biswas, Nayanjyoti Shaikia, and Asif Ashraful, respectively.

The festival also featured an exhibition attended by self-help groups, rural organisations, and employees from various departments. Bikash Chandra Pradhan, district youth officer from Nehru Youth Centre, explained the objectives of the exhibition, highlighting its role in promoting youth engagement and empowerment.

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