New Nashik: The Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, Nehru Yuva Kendra, government of India and Shakti Vikas Academy Nashik organised a district level elocution competition at mandal hall, Tidke Colony on World Youth Day. District youth convener of Nehru Yuva Kendra Bhagwan Gavai, president of Shakti Vikas Academy Manhor Jagtap, former IAS officer Harshad Bele, drama director Vikram Gavande adn trainer Tanmay Patil garlanded the image of Swami Vivekanand and paid tributes to him.
Total 31 competitors from 15 talukas took part in the competition. The subject of the competition was ‘Single India best India’. Devidas Gangurde from Manmad stood first, while Uddhav Pawar from Nashik came second and Monali Chavanke from Kalvan stood third. District sports officer Ravindra Naik presented first prize of Rs. 5000, second prize of Rs. 2,000 and third prize of Rs. 1,000 and citation to winners.
Ravindra Naik congratulated the winners. While providing his guidance to youth he stated that today’s youth is India tomorrow. Youths should contribute in social work for creation of nation. They should be capable physically for this.
District convener of Nehru Yuva Kendra Bhagwan Gavai, president of Shakti Vikas Academy Manohar Jagtap and social activist Azhar Shah were present. Former IAS officer Harshad Bele, drama director Vikram Gavande and trainer Tanmay Patil officiated as judges. Manohar Jagtap compered the programme, while Manisha Jagtap proposed the vote of thanks.