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B-Zone ,Union moves on,CU says ‘wait’

Calicut University B-Zone arts festival has become a controversial one since some students wing challenged the decision of SFI led University union for organizing the fete at Govt.Madappally College,an SFI dominating campus in Kozhikode district. However,the organizers made it clear that the venue was decided purely on the basis of infrastructure and convenience.

The Union added that other proposed venues such as Golden Hills College, Govt.College,Nadapuram and Co-operative Arts and Science College,Vatakara were comparatively  insufficient for conducting such a big event.

The KSU-MSF combine, under the banner of United Democratic Students Federation (UDSF) had alleged that it was a unilateral decision on the part of the  union.

Meanwhile ,the university has issued a news release, today mentioning that “no venue or date has been declared,so far ,officially,creating much confusion in the minds of students.

As per the organizing committee circular, the fete will begin on February 3 and continue until February 7. Guernica,world-renowned painting by Pablo Picaso  is the title of the fest.

Off stage events will be conducted on Feb 3&4 and remaining events will follow in coming days.

“All preparation shave been made to meet the requirements of participating students and audience.”-said a member of the organizing committee.

Organizing committee office was inaugurated by Kalari expert Kadathand Meenakshi Gurukkal .Minister for fisheries J. Mercykutty Amma released the logo of the event.A media room has been set ready.Journalist P.V Kuttan opened the media room.

In addition,the university states that the organization of the program is under dispute and as to find a solution to it,the university Vice Chancellor has convened a joint meeting of college union representatives, and syndicate representatives.

The meeting will be held on February 2.

However, organizing committee sources said there was no change in fest schedules and the VC’s meeting was the result of political pressure from UDSF leaders who  campaigned against Madappally college as festival venue.

 

Program schedule of the opening day also released.

Programme Schedule
(Off Stage)

📆 2018 February 3, Saturday:

⏰ 8.00 AM : Registration

⏰ 9.00 AM:
♦Story writing – Malayalam
♦Vercification- Arabic
♦Vercification – Tamil
♦Story Writing – Sanskrit
♦Vercification- Hindi
♦Story Writing- Urudu
♦Essay writing- English
♦Pencil Drawing

⏰ 11: 15 AM:
♦Essay Writing- Malayalam
♦Story Writing- Arabic
♦Story Writing- Tamil
♦Essay Writing – Sanskrit
♦Story writing – Hindi
♦Essay Writing – Urudu
♦Story Writing – English
♦Cartoon
♦Poster making

⏰ 1: 30 PM:
♦Vercification- Malayalam
♦Essay writing- Arabic
♦Vercification- Sanskrit
♦Essay Writing- Hindi
♦Essay Writing- Tamil
♦Vercification – Urudu
♦Vercification- English
♦Collage

📆 2018 February 4 Sunday

⏰ 8.00 AM: Registration

⏰ 9.00 AM:
♦Elocution Malayalam
♦Elocution English
♦Elocution Hindi
♦Elocution Arabic
♦Elocution Urudu
♦Elocution Sanskrit
♦Elocution Tamil

⏰ 11.00 AM :
♦Painting – Water Colour
♦Rangoli
♦Quiz
♦Embroidery
♦Painting – Oil Colour
♦Spot Photography
♦Pookkalam
♦Clay modelling
♦Debate

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