Delta Force concludes Sangam Youth Festival at Bhaderwah

Jammu, Dec 01: Rashtriya Rifles Battalion under Delta Force in close coordination with Bhadarwah Campus, University of Jammu successfully concluded four days Cultural Events and Educational Seminar (Youth Festival, ‘SANGAM-2015), today at Bhadarwah Campus, University of Jammu under the Sadhbhavana initiative.

The Closing Ceremony of the mega event was organised in presence of the Chief Guest, General Officer Commanding, Delta Force. A large number of Civil and Military dignitaries, persons from Civil Administration, Police Department, CRPF, Prominent Citizens of Bhadarwah, Principals and Teachers of Colleges/Schools were also in attendance. The event also witnessed participation of approximately 400 students and nine teachers from nine Colleges.

Samgam Youth Festival

In his address General Officer Commanding, Delta Force stressed on Empowerment of Youth and the role, that Army can play in achieving the same. He assured the locals to continued and unconditional support in shaping the future of the students through many opportunities by Army.

The Closing Ceremony ended with prize distribution to all the students, Winners and Runners Up of individual events with trophies for group events. The overall Runners Up trophy was bagged by Government Degree Collage, Doda while the Winners of “Cultural Events and Educational Seminar (Youth Festival, “SANGAM-2015”) were Bhadarwah Campus, University of Jammu. They were awarded the Champions trophy by the Chief Guest.

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Professor G M Bhat, Rector, Bhadarwah Campus, University of Jammu in his address appreciated the efforts of the Indian Army and said “Through Sadhbhavana initiative, Army has not only contributed to the development in infrastructure but has also taken up the development of youth through the venture like Cultural Events and Educational Seminar and many more activities. The Civil Administration and locals were thankful to the Army for providing this unique opportunity to the students of the Chenab Valley.

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