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World Wetlands Day 2024

When:
February 2, 2024 @ 10:42 am – 12:45 pm Asia/Kolkata Timezone
2024-02-02T10:42:00+05:30
2024-02-02T12:45:00+05:30

On the occasion of World Wetlands Day The ECO Task Force and Department of Zoology, Patna Women ‘s College, Autonomous, Patna University successfully organised an Extempore Competition with the central theme Youth for Wetlands on 02.02.2024.

The programme began with the lighting of the lamp. The event witnessed active participation of 23 students, including UG and PG students of various departments of the College.

Judges for the competition. Were Dr. Pinky Prasad, HOD, Department of Botany; Dr. Sapna Kumari, and Dr. Neetu, Assistant Professors of the Department of Zoology, Patna Women’s College.

The prizes were awarded by Dr. Shobha Shrivastava, Head, Department of Zoology as follows:
First Prize: Mahrukh Firdaus, Sem-2, UG Department of History,
Second Prize: Aarya Ambastha, Sem IV, Department of BBA.
Third Prize: Sangita Kumari, Sem-ll, PG Department of Zoology.
Consolation Prize: Vandana, Sem-lV, PG Department of Zoology and Aditi, Sem-ll, UG BBA, Patna Women’s College.

The event was anchored by Apoorva Prasad and Divya Singh of Sem VI, Department of Zoology. The vote of thanks was proposed by Apeksha Sanga of Sem VI, UG Zoology.

The students exhibited remarkable enthusiasm and their aspiration to contribute positively to the academic community and promote awareness regarding wetland conservation. The programme was very interesting and informative.
All the teachers and students of the Department of Zoology were present on the occasion.