Fun filled Xmas celebrations held at CT Group of Institutions


· International students celebrated the grand event at Curo High Street
· Department of Fashion Design (CTIHM) launched Visual Merchandising - A window display for the themed collection on this Eve

Jalandhar, December 24, 2017: The International students of CT Group of Institutions celebrated fun filled Christmas at Curo High Street. They rhyme Christmas Carols that initiated their celebrations and led to the Dance and Song performances by them.

Besides, the Eve was also celebrated Christmas with fun and fervour at both of its Maqsudan and Shahpur campuses. Both the campuses wore a festive look. It was festooned with colourful streamers and balloons and a brightly decorated Christmas tree. The celebrations began with a cake cutting ceremony. This was followed by singing of Christmas carols by the staff and faculty members during the celebrations. Students were in a festive mood and danced to the numbers like "We wish you a Merry Christmas" and “Jingle Bells”.

Non-Teaching staff took the initiative to make a surprise visit of 'Santa Claus' at the event. Santa Claus enjoyed the festive spirit, took photographs with them, distributed candies and gifts to all.

At Maqsudan campus, the festival was celebrated by the CT Kindergarten students. The programme was followed by a dance and Christmas carols. Students said that Christmas festival truly depicts the essence of love, joy and peace.

Not only this, the Department of Fashion Design (CTIHM) had launched a new project of “Visual Merchandising - A window display for the themed collection” on the eve of Christmas, to enhance the creativity and imagination in the field of art. Fashion faculty and the students participated enthusiastically in the project. The displayed dresses are intricate and inspired by a large spectrum of themes and ideas on X’mas.

S. Charanjit Singh Channi, Chairman, CT Group of Institutions congratulated the students and the staff on the occasion and said that Jesus preached love and sacrifice and his teachings should always be remembered.

Sunday, December 24, 2017