Social Cause based themes gripped second day of National Open Fest-Youth Vibe-2013 at LPU


Aditi Singh performing in Youth Vibe at LPU.

Jalandhar, October 22, 2013:  Different genres of presentations on the second day of National Open Fest-Youth Vibe-2013, at LPU, gripped the onlookers with ‘Social Cause’ based themes. Whether the competitions were for theatre, painting or literary presentations, social themes outdid the other competitions. Mainly such presentations were in the plays, Nukkad Natak, Comedy Mimicry and solo presentations. LPU’s play ‘Kesar Ganga’, which was based on social problem, got first position; whereas, another play ‘Kumaraswamy’ adjudged second and ‘Aankhen’ was much liked.

In the painting competitions different social problems were highlighted beautifully in different presentations. On one side paintings revealed pollution related issue, and on the others drugs addiction, female feticide etc. In literary competitions like Extempore, Debate, Symposium students picked up themes in relation to wickedness in religion, politics and above all corruption.

Seeing the presentations with such themes, LPU Pro-Chancellor Rashmi Mittal praised students and their teachers and said: “I am very happy to see needed awareness among the students. It is certain that in the coming years all bad customs and social ills will be completely eradicated from the society through such efforts of Indian Youth. According best wishes to all the participating students, I wish that with such admirable thoughts they proceed on successful career ahead.”

Along with these competitions, youthful students from different universities were also competing for interesting folk dances like Bhangra and Giddha. These students compelled the student-spectators to dance on the tunes of Dhol for Bhangra and Giddha.

Tuesday, October 22, 2013