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17th Indian Rly Jamboree ends

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GUWAHATI, Jan 10 - The 17th Indian Railways Jamboree concluded at Railway Stadium, Maligaon on Friday.

More than 3,000 scouts, guides, rangers and rovers from across the 16 zones of the Indian Railways took part in the annual mega event held from January 4 to 8, said a statement.

The contingents took part in 17 different activities like gate making, apron making, cooking competition, streetplay, march-past, traditional dance, folk dance and folk song.

HK Jaggi, General Manager of NF Railway was the chief guest during the valedictory function, while BI Nagrale, Chief National Commissioner of Bharat Scouts and Guides, and Dr Renu Jaggi, President of NFR Women�s Welfare Organisation, were the guests of honour.

Trophies were distributed to winners of different competitions held during the five-day event. The NFR was declared as the overall champion of the Jamboree and received the champion�s trophy.

A cultural event featuring contingents from all the 16 zones of Indian Railways was held during the valedictory function.

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17th Indian Rly Jamboree ends

GUWAHATI, Jan 10 - The 17th Indian Railways Jamboree concluded at Railway Stadium, Maligaon on Friday.

More than 3,000 scouts, guides, rangers and rovers from across the 16 zones of the Indian Railways took part in the annual mega event held from January 4 to 8, said a statement.

The contingents took part in 17 different activities like gate making, apron making, cooking competition, streetplay, march-past, traditional dance, folk dance and folk song.

HK Jaggi, General Manager of NF Railway was the chief guest during the valedictory function, while BI Nagrale, Chief National Commissioner of Bharat Scouts and Guides, and Dr Renu Jaggi, President of NFR Women�s Welfare Organisation, were the guests of honour.

Trophies were distributed to winners of different competitions held during the five-day event. The NFR was declared as the overall champion of the Jamboree and received the champion�s trophy.

A cultural event featuring contingents from all the 16 zones of Indian Railways was held during the valedictory function.

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