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WORLD POETRY DAY 2024

When:
March 21, 2024 @ 10:45 am – 1:30 pm Asia/Kolkata Timezone
2024-03-21T10:45:00+05:30
2024-03-21T13:30:00+05:30

The Department of Communicative English and Media Studies organised a Inter-Departmental Poetry Competition on March 21, 2024, in commemoration of International Poetry Day. From the 103 submissions received, the panel of judges meticulously shortlisted 50 poems that exemplified creativity, originality, and linguistic diversity.
. With Mr. Prashant Ravi and Mr. Frank Krishner as the judging panel, 50 participants from various departments delivered their self-composed poetic pieces in the presence of Dr. Tauseef Hassan, the Head of the department, Mr. Amitabh Ranjan, Ms. Runa and Mr. Ajay Kumar Jha. Poems were recited in Maithali, Urdu, Bhojpuri, Hindi, and English, reflecting the rich tapestry of languages and traditions within our college community.
In the Hindi category, Priti Kumari of the Department of Political Science and regional languages category, Alshura Salbeel of Department of Botany, Divya Rani of Department of B. Ed., Anjali Priya of Department of B. Ed. won the first prize. The same in the English category went to Khushi Raj of the Department of Communicative English and Media Studies. The second and third prizes in both the categories were shared by two or more students. The event served as a platform for students to showcase their literary prowess and cultural diversity through the art of poetry. In the closing remarks, judges reflected on how poetry’s ability to evoke and revisit emotions transcends time, rendering its beauty immortal.