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Apeejay Stya University wins big at YUVA Mahotsav 2023

Soaring high in the inter-university youth festival, students bagged numerous prizes across 27 events



Ever wondered why Swami Vivekananda insisted so much on cultivating the youth? Of course, the youth eventually becomes the future of the nation but more so, since it is an untapped energy. It is essential to give this energy a direction, a purpose and most importantly, helping the youth to find a constructive meaning.

And the students of Apeejay Stya University (ASU), Gurgaon, have certainly understood the importance of leading a positively-driven life. One can find a reflection of the same in all their endeavours. The students of this university recently participated in 16 out of 27 events in 5 major categories at the inter-university youth festival organised by The Association of Indian Universities.   

The Association of Indian Universities (AIU), New Delhi, has believed in the youth power and always provided the youth with opportunities to groom itself in style. The AIU this year, has bestowed the honour upon Maharishi Markandeshwar (Deemed to be University), Mullana-Ambala to host the 36th Inter University North-West Zone Youth Festival 2022-23: Yuva Maha Utsav 2023. The festival focused on revitalising the youth through a perfect blend of learning and entertainment. It provided students with exciting opportunities to showcase their talent and gain recognition on a larger scale.

Students of Apeejay participated in five categories at the youth festival, namely: dance, theatre, fine arts, literature and music.  The participants mesmerised everyone at the festival and won awards in several events. The meritorious ASU students bagged the first position in group song western and western vocal solo, light vocal solo and classical instrumental solo. They got the third position in the overall music category. 

Apeejay also won the second position in clay modelling, elocution, western instrumental solo as well as the third position in rangoli making, solo classical dance and on the spot painting. 

On the opening day ceremony, the ASU student delegates led the student procession thereby making it a  proud moment for all to see the Apeejay emblem soaring high with the wind. 

Arijit Roy is a young correspondent at Apeejay Newsroom. He has done his masters in English literature from Delhi University and has a book of poems published by Writers Workshop India. He can be reached at [email protected]

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