Day 3 Global Village organised at PCTE Campus II
Author(s): City Air NewsLudhiana, March 23, 2016: International Students at PCTE Group of Institutes are back with their annual event ‘Global Village. The event provides a platform for students from all over the world to experience different...
Ludhiana, March 23, 2016: International Students at PCTE Group of Institutes are back with their annual event ‘Global Village. The event provides a platform for students from all over the world to experience different cultures from different countries that too under one roof. The cultural diversity between different nations will be showcased through the means of art, music, dances. The week long event includes events like Global Village - International Booth Day, Tour Day, International Cuisine Fest and Grand Finale which will culminate with Cultural performances and exhibitions followed by Lunch.
ISW 2016 started with International culinary Fest, on Second day students visited ChattBir Zoo, on Third day Global Village was organized in which students organized their native booths. Display of Culture, Flag & Native commodities along with Information about the country and Tattoo Making marked the day. Students from more than 15 countries participated in the activity. “The event has something to offer to everyone. There were various competitions including Traditional Dances, Singing which were full of fun and heart thumping performances.” said Hayden Mesmin Lohia, student from Papua New Guinea at PCTE.
On the occasion, Dr K.N.S. Kang, Director General, PCTE Group of Institutes said that PCTE has 240 International students from 30 countries including Bhutan, Afghanistan, Nepal, Niger, Colombia, Maldives, Syria, Democratic Republic of Congo, Guinea Conakry, Gambia, Ghana, Lesotho, South Sudan, Uganda, Republic of Congo and Papua New Guinea who are studying in different courses at PCTE.
Dr. K.N.S. Kang, Director General, PCTE group of Institutes further said that such events promote sense of brotherhood and team spirit among the students. He said that it’s a great opportunity for Indian students to learn and compare themselves with foreign students, which in turn will prepare them to take bigger challenges in the global competitive world.