SUK panel wants street play out of youth festivals
| Sunday | 8th July, 2018
They said, it will be loss of a platform for students to display their creativity.Yashwant Bhalkar, chancellor’s nominee at the university senate, said, “Street play is an effective medium for displaying societal issues.
The event, which requires minimal financial budget for arrangements, has no monetary issues.A few stakeholders, however, are against the decision.
These events during the college life prove quite useful for students for their entire life.
These needs to be nurtured and promoted.”The event should be arranged properly to give its due share and to reach more audience, he added.Salim Mulla, an alumnus of the SUK and now a student at the National School of Drama, New Delhi, said that nothing can replace the experience of street play.
The students will resume sixth semester at DKTE.They will will participate in all co-curricular and extra-curricular like various sessions of Digital Electronics, Programming Languages, as well as German, Japanese and English Proficiency Course.
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