Thursday 19 October 2017

Diwali Fete Sparks Celebration Fire at Desh Bhagat University

It was a day full of fun and frolic at Desh Bhagat University, best private university in Punjab (2nd Rank, NIRF Ranking- MHRD, Govt. of India). The occasion was its ‘Diwali Fete’, organized by IEDC department of the university. The fete proved a source of healthy entertainment and presented pictures of rich Traditional Culture and Heritage of many states of the country.

Chancellor Dr. Zora Singh and Pro Chancellor Dr. Tajinder Kaur inaugurated the mega event and said that such event proves a source of knowledge and recreation, from which the youth get a direction to prove their skills, gets practical exposure and information about our rich heritage and culture. Feeling happy from the students’ response and meticulous management, they declared that we are making this event our regular feature.

Students from different faculties participated with full zeal and exhibited their talents through artwork, modelling, singing and dancing competitions etc. On this occasion stall of Ayurvedic and Herbal Products attracted attention of everyone which demonstrated products like Aloe Vera Juice, Gel, Shampoo, Soaps, Tonics, Chyawanprash etc. made by the Pharmacy Department of the university, pg school of ayurveda.

Star attractions of the event were the performances of Manipuri Dance, Malwai Giddha, Bhangra by the individual teams of Girls and Boys. The students enjoyed the event so much that they started dancing out of joy.

There were lots of stalls showcasing Traditional values, culture, art and history of the country. The response of the audience was excellent to 45 Exhibition cum Sale Stalls of different products like Paintings, Decorative Articles, Phulkari, Knitted Articles, Interior Decoration Articles, Aromatic Candles, Artificial Jewellery and Flowers, Needle Work Articles, etc.

A special Bakery Stall presented different delicious and mouth-watering items like Golgappe, Cakes, Pastries, Patties and Biscuits, South Indian dishes like Dosa, Idli, Sambar, Pickles and Chutneys etc. Commuters also enjoyed Shooting and Fun games.

Dr. Tajinder Kaur said that the objective of the event was to entertain the students and to develop their entrepreneur skills as all the stalls were managed by the students of different faculties.

Vice-President Er. Sandep Singh appreciated the initiative of IEDC and appealed to the students to keep away from all kinds of drugs and proved their talent through this kind of programmes. Directors and HOD’s, staff members from different faculties were also present on this occasion.


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