Farewell 2024 for Humanities and Skilled Courses organized at HMV


Jalandhar April 22 (Jaswinder Singh Azad)- Hans Raj Mahila Maha Vidyalaya, Jalandhar, recently hosted a memorable farewell event ‘Kabhi Alvida Na Kehna’ for its outgoing undergraduate and postgraduate students from the Humanities and Skilled Courses departments. The occasion, Farewell-2024, was a beautiful blend of celebration and nostalgia, filled with heartfelt moments and exuberant performances. The event was coordinated by Dr. Jyoti Gogia, Dr. Rama Sharma, and Dr. Neeru Bharti Sharma. The venue buzzed with excitement and began on a spiritual note with the lighting of the traditional lamp, accompanied by the soulful recital of DAV Gaan.

Principal Prof. Dr. (Mrs.) Ajay Sareen extended her best wishes to the students, hailing them as esteemed guests and integral members of the HMV family. She praised their contributions to the institution’s rich history and encouraged them to continue being its proud ambassadors as they ventured into the world. Dean Youth Welfare Mrs. Navroop gave an inspirational and heartening address to the students. She urged the students to embrace positivity, cherish fond memories, and be in touch with their alma mater. She emphasised on the beauty of character which defines the person and lead them to a meaningful life.

The event was filled with vibrant performances and heartfelt speeches

The event was filled with vibrant performances and heartfelt speeches that brought cheers and a few tears from the outgoing girls. The highlight of the evening was the captivating modelling round, where participants showcased their talent and style. The rounds were judged by Dr. Mamta, Mrs. Ritu Bajaj and Dr. Shallu Batra. The winners were: Ms. Farewell UG Khushi, 1st Runner Up UG Tanya Suri, 2nd Runner Up UG Srishti, Ms. Creative Payal, Woman of Letters Saloni, Ms. Farewell PG Kashman, 1st Runner Up PG Aakriti, 2nd Runner Up PG Niharika. Each of the winners received crowns, planters, and gifts, signifying the appreciation and respect of their peers and faculty.

Adding to the sense of tradition, the outgoing students passed the ‘Light of Knowledge’ to the second-year students, symbolizing the continuity of learning and the enduring spirit of HMV. The event concluded with a sense of joy and gratitude, as faculty members from the Humanities and Skilled Courses joined in to celebrate their students’ accomplishments and bid them a fond farewell. Dr. Ramnita Saini Sharda and Mrs. Kuljit Kaur, along with the students, guided the evening’s proceedings with grace and poise.

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