Jalandhar: CT Group Hosts Punjab Got Talent Show: The Tribune India


Tribune press service

Jalandhar: It was a day full of talent in which 37 finalists performed for the final round of Punjab Got Talent, a talent show organized by the CT Group of Institutions on its campus. The main guest for the occasion was CT Parminder Group co-chairman Kaur Channi. These finalists were shortlisted from 77 entrants who performed in the semi-finals. The Punjab Got Talent trophy was lifted by a singing group named Feel Masters with the cash prize of Rs. 21,000. The second position was won by singer Jatinder Singh with the cash prize of Rs. 11,000 followed from Solo Dance Performer Ekamjot Singh of Bathinda and Dancer Suraj who came third and fourth respectively with cash prizes of Rs. 5,100 and Rs. 2,100. Fifth position was won by Team Bhangra Sway by Gurugram and Classical Dancer Mansi.

Seminar at GNDU Law Dept

The Department of Law, Guru Nanak Dev University, Regional Campus, Ladhewali, organized a national seminar here on “The Changing Dimensions of Law: An Expanding Horizon”. The seminar was held under the patronage of Vice Chancellor of Guru Nanak Dev University of Amritsar, Dean of Academic Affairs Dr. Hardeep Singh and Registrar Dr. KS Kahlon. The seminar was sponsored by the ICSSR. Over 100 papers were received from over 20 institutions across the country. The session began with an address by the Head of Law Department, Dr. Rupam Jagota, where she welcomed the honored guest of honor for the occasion, Dr. Gurpreet Kaur Pannu, Dean of the Faculty of Law from the University of Punjabi. The event was graced by the presence of Keynote Speaker Dr. Naresh Kumar Vats, Registrar, Rajiv Gandhi National Law University, Patiala.

Trilingual speech contest

The finals of India’s largest trilingual speech contest “Speak India 3.0” was held at the campus of Lovely Professional University (LPU), where 55 speakers, selected from 70 universities across the country, competed in three languages ​​- Hindi, English and Urdu. The Indian Speakers’ Forum “Lafz” had organized the speech contest in collaboration with the University’s LPU Literary Society. LPU Pro Chancellor Rashmi Mittal presided over the final of the competition. The first prize of Rs 15,000 was won by Gourav Chauhan from Mahatma Gandhi International Hindi University (Vardha, Maharashtra); second of Rs 7,100 by Ashutosh Tiwari of Nagpur University (Nagpur, Maharashtra); and, third prize of Rs 5,100 by Faizan Mursil of Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi. Three consolation prizes of Rs 1,100 each were awarded to Ankita Sharma of Himachal Pradesh National Law University; Harshita Dave from Devi Ahilya Indore University and Idrees Falahi from Jammu University.

2022-23 Budget Webinar

Kanya Maha Vidyalaya hosted a webinar on “Budget 2022-23: A Blueprint for the Future” to foster learning and raise students’ awareness of various contemporary issues. The webinar was hosted by PG’s Department of Commerce and Business Administration. The resource person for the webinar was Dr. Madhur Mahajan, Assistant Professor, GGDSD College, Chandigarh. Dr. Madhur began his deliberations with the four main highlights of the budget, explaining the concept of Amritkaal’s budget. He explained in detail the goals of Amritkaal with a focus on all-inclusive growth and well-being, promoting technology-driven development, energy transition and climate action, a virtual cycle starting with private investments encumbered by public capital investments.

PPT presentation contest

The PG Department of Commerce and Management at PCM SD College for Women held a PowerPoint presentation contest. M.Com Semester II and IV students participated in the competition. The students made presentations on various topics such as women’s empowerment, emotional intelligence, marketing mix, consumer rights, etc. The judgment was made on the basis of five criteria, viz. the topic of the presentation, communication skills and non-verbal expressions like eye contact and confidence. Palak, Rachna Ralhan and Dilpreet, assistant professors in PG’s business and management department, were the judges. Kiran from M.Com Semester II landed the top position. M.Com Semester II’s Sakshi and Ankita reached the second and third positions respectively. Members of the Management Committee and Principal Rev. Dr. Pooja Prashar applauded the efforts of the department for organizing such an event that brings out the intrinsic skills of the students.

Fevicryl workshop

The Department of Fine Arts, Lyallpur Khalsa College for Women, organized a workshop with the collaboration of Fevicryl, in which the company instructor Anu gave some creative advice to the students in which they learned the Modpoch technique, painting on fabric, jewelry making, etc. Principal Dr. Navjot felt grateful to Anu and appreciated the efforts made by the department and congratulated Dr. Rupali Razdan, Chief and Sarabjit Kaur Asst. Prof, Department of Fine Arts, for organizing this event.

Students get jobs

The students of DIPS IMT have brought laurels to the DIPS channel and to their parents by progressing not only in the field of education but also in all fields. Recently student Tanya Khanna has been placed in State Bank of India as PO, Satish Kumar Civil Hospital, Jalandhar as Pharmaceutical Officer, Manbeerpreet Singh as Civil Hospital, Navpreet Singh’s Government Medical College and Hospital, Amritsar, Ranjana, Shilpa’s Government Hospital, Mehtpur, Simranjit Singh Civil Hospital, Jalandhar as a lab technician with good remuneration.

Comments are closed.