Tableau of Punjab received first prize at 3rd Mega Cultural Episode of ‘One India’ at Lovely Professional University


*Chairman of Lovely Group Mr. Ramesh Mittal exclaimed: “Such event organisations help in achieving our vision progressively.”

*Two Day Event adored and admired India’s Freedom Struggle & Role of the Leaders  from different parts of the country

*Cash Prizes for many thousands of Rupees distributed to the students under motivation

*Many thousands of students contributed and understood a lot about the grand glory of India

Jalandhar:  A large number of Tableaus and stalls depicting 28 states of India in miniature remained centre of attraction for all onlookers at Lovely Professional University. The occasion was 3rd Mega Cultural Episode of ‘One India’. It was a patriotic initiative to adore and admire India’s Freedom Struggle & Role of the Leaders towards India’s Freedom from British Rule. The student groups responsible for organising displays and stalls of 28 states were honoured with cash prizes of many thousands of Rupees under motivation and encouragement.  Different Schools of the University had actively participated towards this and transformed LPU Campus to Mini India. On this occasion, the Chairman of Lovely Group, Mr. Ramesh Mittal, Vice Chairman Mr. Naresh Mittal, Chancellor of LPU, Mr. Ashok Mittal, Pro Chancellor Rashmi Mittal, Vice Chancellor Dr. Rameswar Kanwar, Director General Er. HR Singla and other invited guests were specially present.

 Expressing great happiness on the marvellous organization of ‘One India’, the Chief Guest of the Prize Distribution Ceremony, the Chairman of Lovely Group Mr. Ramesh Mittal exclaimed: “For the last two days, India's Freedom Struggle, vibrant cultural heritage, its impressive achievements of might through the contributions made by all martyrs, freedom fighters and other leaders from every nook and corner of the country were really on a majestic display by our students.” He added: “Such event organisations help in achieving our vision progressively.” 

During the closing ceremony, all groups representing 28 states had arranged peculiarities of the states assigned to different schools of the university where School of Electronics and Communication Engineering was declared first and won Rs 20,000 for the marvelous representation of Punjab State; School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering won second of Rs 15000  for Nagaland, School of Mechanical Engineering third of Rs 10,000 for depicting-Arunachal Pradesh; whereas 4th was shared for Rs 5,000 each by School of Fashion Technology  for Mizoram & School of Electronics and Electrical Engineering for  depicting Jharkhand. 

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