PTU zonal youth festival concludes, RIET-Phagwara wins overall trophy

Teams from various colleges from four districts — Ludhiana, Moga, Kapurthala and Hoshiaprur — participated in the three-day fest.

By: Express News Service | Ludhiana | Published: October 13, 2014 5:34:23 am
Students during gidha at PTU’s Zonal Youth Festival at Guru Nanak Institute of Management and Technology in Ludhiana on Sunday. (Source: Photo by Gurmeet Singh) Students during gidha at PTU’s Zonal Youth Festival at Guru Nanak Institute of Management and Technology in Ludhiana on Sunday. (Source: Photo by Gurmeet Singh)

The three-day PTU Zonal Youth Festival at Guru Nanak Institute of Management & Technology (GNIMT), Gujarkhan Campus, concluded on Sunday.

The third day started with colourful giddha on the main stage. Dr M S Kang, former vice-chancellor of Punjab Agricultural University, was the chief guest.

Ramgarhia Institute of Engineering and Technology (RIET), Phagwara, was adjudged the winner of overall trophy on Sunday. The host GNIMT won the runners-up trophy.

Teams from various colleges from four districts — Ludhiana, Moga, Kapurthala and Hoshiaprur — participated in the three-day fest.

In giddha event on Sunday, GNIMT stood first. In group song (shabad/bhajan), GNIMT, Ludhiana, stood first. In Indian group song, Ramgarhia Institute of Engg. & Tech, Phagwara, stood first. In essay writing, GNIMT, Ludhiana, stood first while in short story, Rayat & Bahra College of Engg & Tech stood first.

First prize in rangoli was bagged by A S Group of Institutions, Khanna, and in clay modelling, Ramgarhia Institute of Engg & Tech was adjudged first. On-the-spot painting event was won by PIT, Hoshiarpur.

Light vocal Indian solo event was won by GNIMT, Ludhiana, and in var singing, Ramgarhia Institute of Engg. & Tech, Phagwara, was the winners. GNIMT, Ludhiana, also stood first in mimicry, collage making, still photography, skit, mime, classical vocal solo, western group song and bhangra on Saturday. Bikramjit Singh from GNIMT was adjudged the best bhangra dancer. In one act play, cartooning, poem recitation, elocution and poster-making event,   RIET, Phagwara, stood first. In quiz, GIET, Khanna, was the winner and in classical instrumental (percussion) solo, GGNIMT stood first. In debate, Gulzar Institute of Engg. & Tech was adjudged the best.

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