Colorful performances enthrall audience at CT University
Author(s): City Air NewsMore than 500 students from 30 colleges participated in Fusion’18 Ludhiana, February 10, 2018: Giving a wonderful platform to the students, CT University organized an inter-college competition titled Fusion 2018...
More than 500 students from 30 colleges participated in Fusion’18
Ludhiana, February 10, 2018: Giving a wonderful platform to the students, CT University organized an inter-college competition titled Fusion 2018 where more than 500 students from 30 different colleges participated. Teams from colleges like Punjab Agricultural University, Kamla Lohtia, Government College for Girls, GNE Polytechnic, Arya College, Ludhiana and Lala Lajpat Rai Government College, Dhudike etc showcased their enthusiasm in this event. Students competed in various events like Nukkad Natak, Group dance (Indian and Western) and Solo singing.
The event was graced by S.Charanjit Singh Channi, Chancellor, CT University, Mrs.Parminder Kaur Channi, Co-Chairperson, Mr.Manbir Singh, Managing Director, CT Group of Institutions and Mr.Harpreet Singh, Vice Chairman, CT Group of Institutions and Dr.Harsh Sadawarti, Pro Vice Chancellor.
The event had professionals for the judgement of all events. Mr. Punjab 2017 Harpawit Singh and 1st Runner Up Mr. Punjab 2017 Arashbir Singh Hundal judged the group performances whereas famous theatre artist, Hardeep Singh ajudged Nukkad Natak. Manpreet Kaur and Vicky Sarang, national winner of AIU and winner of Sur Sartaj were the judges for solo singing.
Lala Lajpat Rai Government College, Dhudike bagged first position in Nukkad Natak whereas Sri Aurobindo College of Commerce stood second and CT Group of Institutions Shahpur team bagged third prize. These teams highlighted the serious issues of water scarcity and female feticide in India. HMV College Jalandhar bagged first prize in Indian folk dance, CT Group, Shahpur stood second, and Kamla Lohtia College, Ludhiana stood third.
CT Group of Institutions, Shahpur stood first in Western group dance, Kamla Lohtia College stood second and Baba Farid University stood third.
Pro VC Dr. Harsh Sadawarti said, “CT University has always promoted a balance of study and co curriculum activities. Such events bring out the hidden talent and skills in students. CTU will always help students to perform at various platforms and make them a part of such inter college events.”
Chancellor CT University, S. Charanjit Singh Channi said that such events will be organized in future as well to give such a wonderful platform to the budding youth.