My Experience with GVN College’s TEEJ Program

I am Bimala Bista. I’m studying in Grade 11 at GVN Secondary School. I’m the secretary of the dancing club. I’m a passionate dancer, and I love to organize dancing programs.

In my opinion, dancing can be a way to stay fit for people of all ages. Dance is a universal form of expression, intertwining movement and rhythm to convey emotions, stories, and cultural traditions. It transcends language, connecting people across boundaries. From traditional rituals to contemporary choreography, dance reflects the diversity of human creativity. It promotes physical fitness and emotional well-being and fosters a sense of community and joy.

Recently, my college held a TEEJ program. We enjoyed it a lot. I didn’t get to dance because I was preparing to organize the program. My college’s cultural dance program showcases a vibrant tapestry of diversity, merging traditional and contemporary styles. Students passionately express their cultural heritage through dynamic performances, fostering unity and appreciation. This program not only entertains but also educates, promoting cross-cultural understanding and enriching the college with the spirit of dance. Many students get the chance to showcase their talent. There was a competition, too. The judges were former students at our college and our dance club president. We also enjoyed the dance shows, and the food was also tasty.

I’m so glad that I’m also a member of a club that is really amazing and interesting. So, dancing must be a part of every human experience, and I feel proud to be a part of GVN College’s Dance Club.

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