The event saw the participation from 400 students from 15 colleges.
The annual inter-college Youth Festival of Ranchi University, Tarang 2017, has reached its final leg today. It was kickstarted at Nirmala College on December 14. The three-day event themed, `Environment and Human Concerns` took place among a plethora of cultural events.
The first day of the event witnessed various events like classical dance, classical instrument (solo), light vocal Indian, classical vocal solo, tribal dance, folk orchestra, western vocal solo, rangoli, cartoon drawing, on-the-spot painting and spot photography.
The event saw the participation from 400 students from 15 colleges.The chief guest for the event was vice-chancellor RK Pandey. The first day started off with a melodious rendition of the Ranchi University Anthem "Jai Jai Ranchi Gurukul Jai" by the students of Ranchi Women`s College.
In his address, Pandey congratulated Nirmala College on being awarded an "A" certificate by NAAC and CPE by the UGC.
The final day will be graced by Kamini Kumar, the Pro V.C, Ranchi University as the guest of honor. The students, who participated in fest, were shortlisted through college-level youth fests organised at every college in October.
Ranchi University was established on july12, 1960, with ten post graduate departments, one constituent college (Ranchi College, Ranchi), and 20 affiliated college spread over an area of 65,000 square kilometer.
Ranchi University futer plans include establishing several instituations, like Institute of Languages, Institute of Applied Science, Maulana Azad centre of Comparative Literature and National Interagation, Institute of Natural Resource Management System, University College of Engineering and System Sciences, Institute of Media Studies, University College of Visual and Performing Arts, University College of Law, and University College of Medical Sciences.
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