Council inspires hope with slogan writing competition

Council inspires hope with slogan writing competition
B Chaitanya receives the first prize for the slogan writing competition
By Aryamaan Jit Singh Bawa

The Student Council conducted announced a Slogan Writing Competition to honour the indomitable spirit of India's freedom fighters and infuse hope into the hearts of the young generation. It suitably follows the theme "Journey of Hope: Inspiring Lives in Independent India." The competition as part of Bennett University's Independence Day celebrations.

The victor of the first prize was a B.Tech 2nd year student B Chaitanya who won the grand prize of Rs 2,500 with his slogan “With hunger in their eyes, they roared with blooded fingers. Whilst they cease to exist, their endless hope still lingers.”. The second prize of Rs 1,000 was won by a BBA 2nd-year student Siddharth Srivastava with his slogan “Ye tiranga jawano ka ehsaan hai, ye Hindustan unki ummeed aur vishwas ka pramaan hai” (This tricolor is a favour from our soldiers, Hindustan is their hope, and their very evidence of faith.). The 3rd prize of Rs 500 was won by a B.Tech 2nd year student Nischal Gautam with his slogan “From chains to champions: Commemorating the hope-filled odyssey of independent India.”

But beyond material incentives, this competition aimed at igniting a passion for introspection and a renewed sense of purpose. In the heart of this contest lies a journey to remember, one which commemorates the brave efforts of those who fought for India's independence and its spirit of hope.

The competition evoked a sense of reverence for the leaders who tirelessly fought for the nation's freedom, aims to draw parallels between the unwavering hope these leaders upheld during the independence struggle and the optimism that today's youth must embrace.

Open to every creative mind within the university, the competition invited participants to craft slogans that mirror the unmatched hope and determination displayed by India's freedom fighters. The event serves as a beacon, needing students to emulate the spirit of those who changed the course of history.

(The writer is a Semester III student of BA Journalism and Mass Communication programme.)

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