Gurugram, Feb. 28, 2023: The students of Apeejay Stya University (ASU) blazed a trail with their exemplary achievements at the recently concluded 36th National Youth Festival 2023, held from 24 to 28 February 2023 at Jain University, Bengaluru. The dedication, hard work and talent of the students were well reflected in the numerous awards bagged by them in the various event categories. The students competed against 900+ Universities and more than 40,000 Colleges in India.

The first position in western solo song and light vocal gazal was secured by Nisha Pameh in both categories, under the guidance of Dr Anadi Mishra. In the Classical instrumental solo (Percussion), the first position was bagged by Agam Shingari. The students who won second positions in the classical dance (under the guidance of Dr Micky Verma), elocution and clay modelling events were Jyotika, Ria Sharma and Jaahnvi respectively. While the third position in the western group song (under the guidance of Dr Anadi Mishra) was bagged by Swaralipi Sarkar, Sneha Jajoo, Hiya Bhattacharya, Nisha Pameh, Shivam Chauhan and Gagandeep Singh. The third position in the rangoli competition was secured by Kashvi Goel.

Overall In charge:

  • Dr Sucharita Kumari- Pro-Vice-Chancellor, ASU
  • Dr Sanjay Ahirwal- Dean, DSW, ASU

Team Managers:

  • Dr Anadi Mishra
  • Dr Sonam Raheja