Departments of CUK organize a number of activities under Viksit Bharat @2047: Voice of Youth
Departments of CUK organize a number of activities under Viksit Bharat @2047: Voice of Youth

Ganderbal, December 13: Today, the Central University of Kashmir (CUK) Department of Management Studies (DMS) held a competition on the theme “Viksit Bharat @ 2047.” Encouraging innovation and forward-thinking among the participating pupils was the goal of the “Ideathon for Shaping Tomorrow Together.”

In the competition, MBA students from the first and third semesters displayed their creative ideas and forward-thinking outlook. These young brains have a forum to discuss potential problems the country could encounter in the future and provide answers.


Judging the competition were two distinguished specialists, Drs. Mushtaq Lone and Zia-ul-Haq, who contributed their extensive experience to assess and recognize the entries.

The event was planned and handled by Dr. Mir Insha Farooq, DMS’s academic coordinator. By creating a welcoming atmosphere where kids could showcase their creative ideas, she was instrumental in making sure the tournament ran well.

Invoking the efforts of all participants, the judges, and the organizers for making the Ideathon a great success, Dr. Rahul Rangotra presented the vote of gratitude to

DMS students’ creative potential was brought to light by the “Ideathon for Shaping Tomorrow Together” competition, which also underscored the department’s dedication to producing future-focused leaders.

“Viksit Bharat @ 2047” was the topic of a movie screening hosted by the Department of Commerce, School of Business Studies. Aiming to turn the focus from critics to the unsung heroes, frontline workers, and tenacious scientists who worked nonstop for months to develop India’s domestic COVID-19 vaccine, Covaxin, the film “Vaccine War” is based on the book “Going Viral” by Prof. Balram Bhargava, Director General, Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR). It tells the story of these scientists’ tribulations, hardships, and final triumph because they thought India could develop its own vaccination and not depend on other agencies. Additionally, pupils get a fresh viewpoint on the difficulties and achievements related to vaccinations and other national advancements from the film. Attendees for the screening included the department’s faculty members.

Nunar Science campus hosted a film screening and essay competition on the topic of “The Role of Youth in Good Governance,” which was organized by the Department of Zoology.

While 25 students competed in the essay competition, the department’s teachers and students as a whole enthusiastically watched the film during the showing.



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