Jalandhar, February 5, 2015: “The most exciting place to discover talent is in yourself,” keeping this saying in mind, CT Group of Institutions, Maqsudan campus is celebrating Colors 2015- a two day cultural and technical fest for both college and school students at its campus. The event kicked off on Thursday with the view to show that “Every color has its definition“.
With an interfusion of inter collegiate/school technical, cultural, literacy competitions, business plans and many more. Colors aimed at inspiring the youth to elevate aspirations, stay focused and achieve greater heights. The objective was to bring out the dynamism of the youth of today by providing them platform to perform.
Apart from its own students, the college was home to more than 800 students of 24 schools and colleges including Trinity College, Doaba College, DAV University, Sant Baba Bhag Singh College, DAV College, HMV College for Girls, KMV College for Girls and others from all the pockets of Punjab. There will be events like Creating best of Waste, Parshnottri-Quiz, Business Plan, Treasure hunt, Video Documentary, Physics Model and others.
Charanjit Singh Channi (Chairman, CT Group of Institutions) and Manbir Singh (Managing Director, CT Group of Institutions) were the honourable Chief guests for the occasion. Dr. Rahul Malhotra (Campus Director, Maqsudan) also graced the occasion with his presence along with number of other distinguished guests from college governing body and other educational institutions.
Charanjit Singh Channi (Chairman, CT Group of Institutions) said that Colors-2015 is an amalgam of a plethora of events which comprehends every possible flower. Our efforts, endeavour and ceaseless attempts to nurture and inspire talent has been the backbone of the events. Taking the efforts of all our students and participants into account, we made the event a quintessence of innovation powered by zeal and zest. The event was the right platform for the students to trail-blaze hearts and makes the crowd groove to their rhythm.