Aligarh : Women’s College Literary Society springs back to action post-Pandemic by organising an event on “Page and Stage”- to advance the interest and capabilities of the students’ .The event marked the beginning of a much awaited normal college life in full swing.
The first competition was; Spin a Tale, conducted by Juveria Rahman and each participant was given a prompt for which they had one minute to prepare and three minutes to narrate a story. Sayed Aqsa, Tasneem Kausar, Naila Amjad bagged first, second and third position respectively.
The next competition was Riddle-Dash, conducted jointly by Tanya Kainaat and Samia Siddiqui had three rounds in which the participants had to speculate about the names of personalities with the help of the riddles shown on the projector. The competition ended with a tiebreak between Naila Amjad and Maryam Jilani for second and third place, Habeeba Ahmad stood first.
The Convener of the programme Prof Nazia said, “Keeping up with the College tradition of nurturing the students by all means; the literary, cultural and other societies keep the campus abuzz with various activities and competitions. So, the Page and Stage event is just the beginning of an exciting educational career of the Women’s College students”
Prof Naima Khatoon, Principal, Women’s College also graced the event. The event began with an introductory speech given by Subiya Fatima and Ayesha Tanveer.
The event concluded with Prof Rubina Iqbal and Dr Mahjabeen facilitating the winners and addressing the students.