Panjab University Zone- A Youth and Heritage Festival kicked off at PGGC Sector 11. The four day long festival was inaugrated by MP Kirron Kher along with the college principal J.K Sehgal.
Addressing the gathering, Kher said, “We must move with the times but at the same time retain the beauty and innocence of our Indian Culture and Tradition.”
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She was critical about the commercialiaztion of education an disited that every school and college should be co-educational.
Principal, Professor J. K Sehgal said, “I feel that the youth fests are the best way to interact and understand the various diverse cultral heritage that our country needs to offer.”
On the first day various events in music inluded Indian Group Singing, Classical Music Vocal, Folk Song. Among the other competitions that were held were On-spot painting, Quiz, Shabad, Collage making, Photography and Clay making.