Street plays and skits by college students to create voter awareness
With a year left for the Telangana general elections, the new voters who attained 18 years of age are getting ready to enrol themselves in the voter list
HYDERABAD: With a year left for the Telangana general elections, the new voters who attained 18 years of age are getting ready to enrol themselves in the voter list. With a view to promoting this, the GHMC has started a program to create awareness on voter registration and organized a art exhibitions and skits with students of various colleges in various areas.
Along with creating voter registration awareness, students performed a street play on the correction of mistakes in the voter list and enrollment of new voters, which impressed everybody. On Saturday, the students of different colleges organised an art exhibition in different areas.
A skit was organised at Panjagutta Next Galleria Mall under the auspices of Vanitha Maha Vidyalaya. Along with the art exhibition, a special voter registration centre was set up and the volunteers created awareness among young viters. Jubilee Hills DC Rajani Kanth Reddy, College Principal Professor Shobha, circle office staff, and others participated in this program.
A show by students of Nizam College at Indira Park impressed everyone where college cultural coordinator Madhavi and others participated in the program. A street play was organised by the students of Villa Mary College at Tank Bund with Professor Sarita Tagore and others participating in the program.