Himotsav-2024 creates a buzz on the second day too


Dateline Dehradun: The evening of the second day of the Foundation Day celebration ‘Himotsav-2024’ at Swami Rama Himalayan University (SRHU) Jolly Grant was also seen in the colors of Indian folk culture.

The cultural evening of the second day of the Himotsav at SRHU was inaugurated by lighting of the ceremonial lamp in front of the portrait of founder Dr. Swami Rama by President Dr. Vijay Dhasmana, Vice Chancellor Dr. Rajendra Dobhal, Academic Director Dr. Vijendra Chauhan, and Registrar Dr. Mukesh Bijalwan.

Close to three-hour-long ceremony showcased a blend of various Indian cultures including Garhwali, Punjabi, Gujarati, Bengali, etc. The ceremony began with a grand Garhwali Jagar performance by the Harshita group of Physiotherapy students. Following this, the Tanya group from the Nursing College added a Bollywood flavor. The Ayushi group from the Yoga College spread the colors of Marathi culture. The Swati group from Paramedical and the Hema group from Nursing compelled everyone to dance to Garhwali songs. The Jahnavi group from the Himalayan School of Science & Technology and the Mahak group from the Management College gave an excellent performance of Gujarati dance. Pranchal and Sumit from the Yoga College showcased glimpses of yoga asanas. The retro medley presentation by the Abhyuday group from BSc Nursing received a lot of applause. The festival’s second day ended on a high note with a memorable performance by Sakshi Kala.

Solo Song and Dance- Performances were given by Jay Semwal, Ashish, Vansh, Kuldeep, Dr. Deepak, Mahesh, and Ashwini.

175 students awarded at Swami Rama Himalayan University- A felicitation ceremony was organized at 11 AM on Tuesday in the university auditorium Adikailash. President Dr. Vijay Dhasmana called on the students for the necessity of time management and confidence for success. Vice Chancellor Dr. Rajendra Dobhal said that students are provided with value-based education at Swami Rama Himalayan University. The new generation should keep in mind the human values for a civilized society.

The Himalayan Institute of Medical Sciences (HIMS) was chosen as the best college in inter-school sports. Principal Ashok Deorari received this trophy. Students Rahul Negi (student category) and Simranjit Kaur (female student category) from the Himalayan School of Science & Technology were chosen as the best athletes. In addition, about 117 students were awarded academic awards, 15 students were awarded diplomas, 19 students were awarded the second value education award based on the Bhagavad Gita, and 27 students were awarded literary awards.

The award ceremony conducted under the direction of Dr. Seema Madhok was attended by Deputy Registrar Sandeep Badhani, principals of various colleges, Dr. Sanchita Pugazhendi, Dr. Sanjay Gupta, Dr. Ajay Dubey, and others