BY | December 4, 2008

ALIGARH: The Career Planning Centre, Women’s College, AMU organized Salad Decoration Competition on 4th December. The students of Women’s College and Career Planning Centre participated enthusiastically to show their creative talent.

Dr. Sabra Khatoon, the Director, Career Planning Centre presided over the function and distributed prizes to the winners. Dr. Ghazala Naheed and Dr. Nazura Usmani and Ms. Renu Maheshwari were the judges.

Following were the prize winners with different concepts.

First prize and special prize winner was Bibi Shabneeze Oozeear of BA (I). Three different concepts were presented by her i.e., (i) Pearl of Indian Ocean, (ii) Island of Cauliflower and eggs and (iii) Yoghurt Tropical Salad.

Second prize winner was Ms. Rafia Begum of BA (I). She used the concept of sea and fish.

Third prize winner was Ms. Ghazala Hafeez of BA (I) with the concept of Birthday. There were two special prizes – one was for Amna Khan and other was for Bindu Sharma of Career Planning Centre (Interior Decoration).They used the concept of field and mandir, respectively.

One special prize from the judges was given to Ms. Sualeha Khalil of BA (I) who presented the idea of marriage.

 

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