Shiva is Jalandhar’s Dancing Star Season 3
300 participants from four states competed in Jalandhar Dancing Star at CT
Jalandhar: It was a moment of thrill and tough competition when the stage of Sardarni Manjit Kaur Auditorium was set on fire by the breathtaking dance performances given by finalists of “Jalandhar Dancing Star Season 3”- a dance competition organised by CT Group of Institutions at CT Group of Insitutions, Shahpur campus.
300 contestants from four different states namely Chandigarh, Jammu, Bathinda, Sangrur, Ludhiana, Gurugram and New Delhi gave the online auditions. Out of which, 60 contestants competed in the finale of the event, under three different categories which are 6-12 years, 12-18 years and above 18 years. The competition was adjudged by renowned personalities namely Rajan Aujla, International Bhangra Player, Shubhjeet Kaur, Gold Medalist in Indian Classical & Folk Dance, Mehak Munjal, Master's in Kathak and Gurmeet kaur Mahal Winner of Dhee Punjab Di 2009.
The winners of the category 6-12 years were Harjai singh who stood third, Second Prize was bagged by Guranav and First Prize was bagged by Nirvahan, Consolation prize for the same category were won by Reva and Manavjot singh, whereas winners of the category 12-18 are Suraj (First), Ishreet Kaur (Second) and Gloria (Third). Consolation prizes for the same category were won by Aditya and Harsimer Kaur. In category of above 18, the first prize was bagged by Shiva , second by Simarjeet, and Akash stood first. The Consolation prizes in the same category were bagged by Varun and Jagtaar.
All the contestants gave a tough competition to each other under their respective categories. Rajan Aujla, one of the judges said, “It was a wonderful event in which participants performed extremely well. It became so confusing for us to select the top three winners of each category.”
Manbir Singh, Managing Director, CT Group said, “I congratulate all the winners and rest of the participants who made this event a grand success today. It was a pleasure to see participants coming from outside Punjab too in order to compete. I also thank the Chief Guest and judges for sparing their time and giving a fair judgment. I wish luck to the organizing team as well and wish to see similar big level events in the future too.”
On the occasion, Parminder kaur Channi, Co-Chairperson, CT Group, Harpreet Singh, Vice-Chairman, and Davinder Singh, Deputy Dean Student welfare were also present.