CT Varsity organises short filmmaking competition sociotube
School of pharmaceutical science’s ‘ek kadam’ bagged first prize
Ludhiana: CT University’s School of Management Studies organised an inter-school Short Film making competition called ‘CTUSociotube’ in which all the schools namely School of Management Studies, School of Humanities and Physical Education, School of Law, School of Engineering and Technology, School of Pharmaceuticals and Healthcare Sciences, School of Agriculture and Natural Sciences, School of Hotel Management, Airlines and Tourism and School of Design and Innovation participated.
The event was judged by Jaswinder Kaur, Principal, Government Senior Secondary School, Sidhwan; Satvinder Singh, a philanthropist, president of Computer Teacher Welfare Association, Ludhiana Wing and Deep Kumar, Principal, GHG Academy (NRI Wing, Jagraon). The videos were based on social issues like body shaming, wastage of water resources, deforestation, etc.
The winning short film was ‘Ek Kadam’ by School of Pharmaceutical Science; second ‘Astitva’ by School of Management Studies. The third winners were ‘Koshish Da Mull’ by School of Management Studies and ‘Mithi Jail Pardesh Di’ by School of Pharmaceutical Science.
Satvinder Singh, judge for the day said, “All the students did a great job whereas our key element while judging was that whosoever has provided some solution to their highlighting social issues, grabbed our attention and were declared to be the winners”
Dr. Harsh Sadawarti, Vice Chancellor CTU congratulated the winners and said, “These platforms are a small start to great achievements. The students did really well and each video had some meaning with it. This displays that youth is awakening and are alert to contribute some change for society.”