Rangeela gabru and soni mutiyar competition held in Ludhiana
Author(s): City Air NewsLudhiana, August 20, 2019: As we move into a more modern & globalized world. The youngsters of today seem to get away from their a traditional culture where PCTE Group of Institutes took a step forward and organized...
Ludhiana, August 20, 2019: As we move into a more modern & globalized world. The youngsters of today seem to get away from their a traditional culture where PCTE Group of Institutes took a step forward and organized a Punjabi Cultural Fashion Show “Rangeela Gabru and Soni Mutiyar competition” an event to celebrate Teej Festival and bring the students closer to their culture.
The Teej Celebration started with a Consumer Hub, where the students from different courses like Hotel Management, BCA, Bio technology, BTTM, Fashion Design placed various food stalls and games stalls like ice-creams to Nutri kulchas to ‘Lucky 7’ & ‘Shoot the balloon’ to name a few.
In Rangeela gabru & Sohni Mutiyaar competition, students participated with full zeal & enthusiasm. The competition consisted 3 Rounds, the first round was of a Ramp Walk with an introduction, the 2nd Round had a Talent Hunt and the last was Question and Answer round based on Punjabi culture. The event was a huge success, with highly enthusiastic performances by the students. Adorned in their magnificent attires, the students looked stunning as they gracefully and confidently walked the ramp.
Lovepreet Singh from B.Pharmacy was awarded the Rangeela Gabru title & Jasmeen from MLS 2nd Year was awarded Sohni Mutiyaar title. 1st runner up was Anmoldeep from MBA and 2nd runner up was Manvinder from HM in boys category. In girls category, Harshdeep from BCA was 1st runner up followed by Tamanna from B.Tech.
Heena Kalra, Faculty, PCTE said, “The youth is inclined towards westernization and this is one of the steps by PCTE to promote Punjabi Culture amongst youth. More than __ students participated the pageant and showed their enthusiasm towards Punjabi Culture
Dr. K.N.S. Kang said, "It is good to see youth connected to the culture and religious roots. He further quoted that it’s important for students to engross themselves in such competitions as it helps to bring out their personality.”