27.06.2012 . On Wednesday, 23rd May 2012, The Students of HU celebrated a very colorful and illuminated night at HU Euro Campus. Students were thrilled and delighted to enjoy an evening of fun and frolics . It was a DJ and Musical night organized by HU students in collaboration the Administration. DJ Butt intensified the event's shades and rhythm. It was a wonderful entertaining and engaging activity for the young people of HU. They were jumping and dancing to the beat and melody. Students greatly admired the the event and insisted that HU should maintain such booming, blooming and blasting events.
"Music has a power of forming the character and should therefore be introduced into the education of the young." Aristotle
Music is an integral part of one's life. Especially it is the heart and soul of the youngsters' world. Today youngsters are passionate about music and it is also an ultimate fact that music provides them a chance to flourish and to grow. It can make a powerful contribution to the education and development of children. It has plenty of benefits which range from those that are largely academic to the growth of social skills and contribution to overall development. Music is indeed a unique form of communication and it can change the way students feel, think and act. The Hajvery University has always provided chances of festivity to students to sharpen their intellectual skills and to groom their personalities.
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