University of Lahore

Skit Competition on Social Taboos

Social taboos are prohibitions relating to any area of human activity or custom that is sacred or forbidden based on moral judgment, religious beliefs, or cultural norms. "Breaking a taboo" is usually considered objectionable by society in general, not merely a subset of a culture. The next generation needs to grow in an atmosphere where there is respect and gradual demolition of defined roles.

We need activists and volunteers to educate the uneducated and enlighten the closed minded that not using free will but forcing one’s will on another is immoral. To take advantage of a physically vulnerable person, be it a child or a woman, is the real sin. We need to break barriers.

The Psychology Faculty: Ms. Hina Jaffery and Ms. Alishba Hania from the Allied Cluster conducted a ‘Skit Competition on Social Taboos’ on Friday 26th April, 2019. a total of 7 groups participated in the event and shed light on various social issues via their acts. Ms. Sana Shahid, Ms. Javeria Iftikhar, Ms. Tahira Tariq and Ms. Fazia Kausar graced the occasion with their presence by judging the event. the winning group performed on the topic of 'Peer Pressure'.

  • Skit Competition on Social Taboos
  • Skit Competition on Social Taboos
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