Jamshedpur, Dec 6: The Communal Harmony week organized by NSS Karim City College, concluded today with prize distribution and varied cultural programs.
NSS program officer Aqueel Ahmad, while welcoming the guests at the final day�s event, provided a brief on the seven-day events. In the course, he informed that an amount of Rs 22 thousand had been collected and the proceeds would be remmitted to the National Foundation for Communal Harmony. The funds, he informed, are expended on the welfare of children who are victims of violence.
In his presidential address, Dr Mohammad Zakaria stressed on equality. �The practice of equality is of utmost importance to build an ideal community. It is essential for everyone to be sympethetic towards one another to pave the way for a community based on harmonious living,� he said.
Dr Indrasen Singh, Dr Mushtaq Ahmad, Dr Hassan Imam Warsi and Dr Md Reyaz gave away prizes to 23 students for their excellence in slogan writing, speech and patriotic songs competitions.
Dr Md Zakaria gave away certificates to those NSS volunteers who had completed two years in the organization. He also presented certificates to 20 other students who had contributed the most towards fund collection. The pricipal also honored Aman Kumar Singh with a medail and certificate for being the year�s best NSS volunteer.
While Satpreet Singh and Ajay Kumar Rai presented solo songs, the SPARK team regaled the audience with choir songs. The team also presented a play based on communal harmony. Aman Kumar Singh proposed the vote of thanks.
The final day�s program of the Communal Harmony week was anchored by Sadaf Zabeen and and Anamika Kumari. The event concluded with the NSS and college anthems.