The Karnataka State Law University’s (KSLU) Law School emerged overall champions in the first youth festival ‘Srijan’. The two-day festival, organised by the KSLU for law colleges across the State, concluded on a colourful note on Thursday. Winners were given trophies, prizes and certificates.
SDM Law College, Mangalore, and Vaikunta Balika Law College, Udupi, bagged the second and third prizes respectively. Hindustani vocalist Pandit Ganapati Bhat Hasanagi termed the youth festival as a vibrant platform for students to showcase their talent.
Elaborating the significance of fine arts and music in one’s life, the vocalist said “Arts beautify human life and make them less stressful.”
G.R. Jagdeesh, Dean, Faculty of Law, KSLU, congratulated the students for participating in good numbers and exhibiting their talent.
KSLU Vice-Chancellor J.S. Patil said art must initiate a divine awakening in the youth. Among those present at the occasion were Subhash Malkhede, Registrar, KSLU, and I.B. Biradar, coordinator of the youth festival.