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The IIS University organized poster making competition on Anti- Ragging

Updated on Thu, 23 July 2015 at 11:03 IST
The IIS University, Jaipur

The Anti-Ragging Squad of The IIS University has organized a Poster Making Competition on anti ragging subject on Tuesday. Total 113 students from streams like arts, science, commerce and visual arts had participated in the competition.

The Anti-Ragging squad was constituted in order to make the campus ragging free. Time and again the squad organizes such events to spread message against ragging.

The participants showcased their opinions and thoughts on ragging through strokes and colors. One student conveyed ‘Be Buddies, Not Bullies’ message while other student said ‘Your little fun can cost a life.’

Later, the results were announced and Prachi Singhvi, Parul Sharma and Niharika Bansal from BVA stood first, second and third respectively. Besides, five consolation prizes were also given.

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