CT Group of Institutions hosted Shugli No. 1 – Season 4      Sukh Nagra won the competition whereas Ravi Dara and Gurpreet Singh got the second and third position, respectively

Seven finalists, selected from different cities of Punjab after various rounds, participated in this programme.

Jalandhar

Providing platform to its students to reveal the best through their inborn talents, CT Group of Institutions hosted entertainment programme “Shugli No. 1- Season 4” at Shahpur Campus on Saturday. Sukh Nagra won the competition whereas Ravi Dara and Gurpreet Singh got the second and third position, respectively.

A panel of three judges Singer- Actor Inderjeet Niku, RJ Bawa and Mr. Dharminder selected and evaluated the performance of the participants. Seven finalists, selected from different cities of Punjab after various rounds, participated in this programme.

The stage got totally thrilled when the participants gave their astonishing performances.  Everyone enjoyed this programme to the fullest. Comedians made the students laugh on the ticklish Punjabi jokes.

The highlight of the event was the LIVE performance by Punjabi singer and actor Inderjeet Nikku enthralled the audience with his numbers.

While expressing his happiness on his success, Sukh Nagra said, “I am thankful to CT Group of Institutions for providing such a wonderful platform. He further assured to achieve more and more in this allied field with constant hard work and practice.”

The members of the management, dignitaries and guests congratulated the winners & said, “We believe that educational institutions should work for the overall development of the students. The essence of true education resides in the achievements of extra-mural and co-curricular activities of the students.”

Mr. Manbir Singh (Managing Director, CT Group of Institutions) said, “To make someone laugh is a difficult task but there are some people who have inherent skill to make anyone laugh, for them we have organized this event. This is our third season and will continue organizing such events to encourage the impeccable talents present in our society.”

  1. Charanjit Singh Channi (Chairman, CT Group of Institutions) added, “Such programmes play a vital role in the life of the students. They not only enliven the spirit but also make them competitive and help them explore their inherent talents. We provide such opportunities to our students and to the society so that they can nourish their overall personality.”