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Cultural Bonanza Mark GNDU Three-Day- Inter Education Colleges Youth Festival-2018

Khalsa College of Education is Seventh Time Over-all Champion

The cultural bonanza highlighting dance, fun and frolics marked the three-day-long Guru Nanak Dev University (GNDU) Inter-Education Colleges Youth Festival-2018 which concluded at Khalsa College of Education, Ranjit Avenue campus here today. Hundreds of students from approximately 24  Education colleges across the region took part in the festival in which Khalsa College of Education lifted the overall Championship Trophy for the successive Seventh time. The Khalsa College of Education GT Road and Government College of Education, Jalandhar remained the first and second runner up, respectively. 

Khalsa College Governing Council Honorary Secretary, Rajinder Mohan Singh Chhina who was the Chief Guest for the ceremony hailed the students after watching their performances for the meticulous presentations and competitive spirits. "Such programs provide platform to the students to showcase their talents in diverse fields of art", said Chhina.  

Madam Tejender Kaur Chhina, Guest of Honor distributed the awards to the winners and was overwhelmed to see the mesmerizing performances of the students. She applauded the hard work and dedication of faculty and students for putting up such a great show.    The students showcased their talent in singing, fancy dress, mimicry, skits, debates, discussions, kawishri, group shabad gayan, poetry, painting, rangoli and cartooning. The Bhangra and Gidda remained the star attractions of the festival.   

College Principal Dr. Surinderpal Dhillon, Director Youth Welfare GNDU Dr. Jagjit Kaur Dhillon, Stage coordinator Ajaybir Pal Singh Dhillon and other members also witnessed the closing ceremony as they applauded the students from all over the state who took part in various competitions. Madam Dhillon narrated the history how the inter education colleges youth festival was started by GNDU to provide the students an opportunity to exhibit their prowess on stage and canvass.  

Dr. Jagjit Kaur said such Festival help to polish the students' opportunity to polish their skills and showcase their talent.