TCN News – Hyderabad: The city-based Hyderabad Youth Mirror (HYM), an online magazine for students and youth, announced results of its recently held city level HYM Essay Writing Competition – 2015.
Winners of the competition are:
First Prize: Mohammed Sanaullah Farhan from University College of Law, Osmania University (OU); Second Prize: Samhitha Mopati from Chaitanya Bharathi Institute of Technology (CBIT); Third Prize: Prashanti Chunduri from Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS) and Fourth Prize: Shiphra Shiny from Sri Chaintanya Degree College, Madinaguda.
“Students in Hyderabad have a huge potential in terms of their abilities and skills. What is required is just fine tuning of their abilities, a little hard work from their end, and appreciation (will be) at each of their endeavor from us. Then wonders are sure to happen!” said Hyderabad Youth Mirror Editor SM Fasiullah.
Mohammed Najeeb, International Peace Ambassador for UPF International Office of United Nations, presented the second prize to Samhitha Mopati at Chaitanya Bharathi Institute of Technology (CBIT) campus in Gandipet along with CBIT Principal Dr Chennakesava Rao on Friday.
“Dreams are not what you see while asleep. Dreams are those that won’t let you sleep,” Najeeb said while addressing students at CBIT. “Develop positive attitude and bring a change in the society for a better living. You (the youth) can be real champions of peace and communal harmony.”
Professor Mohammed Abdul Hameed from Osmania University presented third prize to Prashanti Chunduri at Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS) campus in Rajendranagar along with TISS Deputy Director Lakshmi Lingam, and Dr Ahmed Siddiqui.
“Though social sciences produces best leaders, less significance is given to social sciences nowadays. Our society will be at receiving end if this continues,” Professor Hameed said. “I urge all TISSians to focus on a particular area of specialization and invest energy for a better outcome. Society needs leaders from you for a better future.”
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