NYK hosts district-level Yuva Utsav at Kargil


NYK hosts district-level Yuva Utsav at Kargil

Kargil, October 11, 2022: Nehru Yuva Kendra (NYK) Kargil, Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports, Government of India, today organized District Level Yuva Utsav at Auditorium Hall. The event was organized on the theme “Take Pride in Our Heritage and Legacy.”

Chairman/CEC, LAHDC, Kargil Feroz Ahmad Khan was the chief guest, ADC Ghulam Mohi-ud-Din Wani was the guest of honor and CPO Abdul Hadi was the special guest.

The CEC welcomed the initiatives being undertaken by the NYK Kargil that provides a platform to youngsters and extended his cooperation towards such nation-building events.

While stressing to study the culture, the CEC said that it is the culture that keeps the identity of a nation alive. He also appreciated the youth of Kargil and hoped that NYK would organize more such programs in future.

On the occasion, the ADC said there is no dearth of talent among youth in Kargil but they need platform and opportunities. He appreciated the youth for showing their excellent performance and hoped for the same zeal and dedication in the future.

Six different events, Young Artists Contest, Painting, Young Writers Contest, Poem, Photography Contest, Declamation Contest, Cultural Fest and Yuva Samvaad were held during the day-long event.

Assistant Professor GDC Kargil, Dr Javid Naqi and women scientist, KVK Kargil, Dr Rinchen Dolkar were also the jury members along with others jury members belonging to different academic backgrounds.

At the outset, Jagmat Spaldon, District Youth Officer welcomed the guests and participants and briefed about the objectives of organizing such events.

More than 300 young boys and girls showed their talent in their respective categories. Cultural teams belonging to the remotest corners of the district added colours to the event.

After the competitive events, prizes were distributed among the winners of all events followed by the addresses of all guests. In the end, the DYO presented vote of thanks.

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