KARACHI: The thrid Spring Festival, organized by Sindh Madressatul Islam University (SMIU) in its premises, remained continued on second consecutive day on Wednesday, with vigour, enthusiasm and dedication.
SMIU students actively participated in activities organized by various student clubs and societies of the university in Sir Shahnawaz Bhutto Auditorium. A huge rush was witnessed at stalls of books, culture, garments, ornaments, cosmetic and other things.
The first event of the day was presentation of tableaus, dance, speeches and songs by special persons of Darul Sukoon School. They captivated hearts and minds of audience by their performance, which was full of life. Their emotions and feelings about life, society and this world made the audience so much sad. In her speech, Ms Kooky, a special person, said that the social and governmental organizations must involve special persons in their activities as they are also a part of the society. She suggested that the media should also support the special persons.
The special persons talked about peace in Karachi city and appealed to all citizens to restore its glorious past that had given it the name of “City of lights.
Speaking on the occasion, Prof Dr Aurangzeb, Advisor Students Affairs of SMIU in his speech said that these special persons are most talented, and they need our love, attention, care and sympathy. This programme was organized by Rotaract Club of the students. The event was attended by girl and boy students of SMIU Model School in a large number.
The second programme of the day was presentation of dramas, which was organized by art Society of the Students. Themes of all the four dramas presented by students in Sir Shahnawaz Bhutto Auditorium of the university were poverty, unemployment, health, role of politicians and class system. The students performed well on each drama and proved that they are adorned with great talent. The message of these dramas was that our society must provide employment to youth, eradicate poverty, solve health problems, improve quality of education, and politicians must honour their promises made with masses during election days.
Speaking on this occasion, Muskwaith, Visiting faculty of CSMIU, CBM and IBA, in his speech said that there was an excellent performance on drams by the students. “Theme and sense of humour was excellent, script writing was creative, and acting was natural, he said added that there is a possibility that these students will become stars of tomorrow. The programme followed by mystic songs sung by Syed Mohammad Adeel, student of Media Studies Department of SMIU.
Later, a declamation contest among the students of SMIU was held in English, Urdu and Sindhi languages. The last programme of the second day was musical moments.