Jalandhar April 5 (Jaswinder Singh Azad)- Lyallpur Khalsa College, Jalandhar organised an exhibition on Youth Skills Day. The purpose behind this programme was to prepare students for a better tomorrow. Most importantly, to make the youth self-reliant and generate awareness for self-employment. A large number of students exhibited their artefacts created and curated during pandemic and post pandemic period. The exhibition gave a platform to the students to hone their live and entrepreneur skills. The concept of the exhibition was quite wide and encompassed many variables which included Fashion, Hand skills, Gardening, Farming, Digital Art, Baking, Clothing and embroidery, Painting, Calligraphy, so on and so forth.
The exhibition was inaugurated by Mr. Harpreet Singh Atwal SDM, Jalandhar I. He lighted the lamp and offered flowers to the Natraj Idol. While having a round in the exhibition, he had heart to heart talk with the students and felicitated them for their ventures. He also appreciated the organisers for well organised presentations and display of a selection of items. Principal Dr. Gurpinder Singh Samra also encouraged students to believe in themselves. The organising Committee had put on a vibrant show which attracted many students of the college. He also added that self confidence can move the mountains. This event was coordinated by Dr. Manmeet Sodhi.
The Individual Awards for Pinnacle Performer, Shining Star, Mover of Mountains, The Idea Generator, Rising Star,The Brainiac, Most Stylish, Mr Turbantor was bagged by Ritisha, Samya, Amit and Vineeta; Hardeep Kaur; Randeep Kaur; Pawiter Singh and team; Jasleen Kaur; Simran and Ashmin; Sukhjeet Singh respectively. The Team Award for Cloud Nine Collaborators, League of Superheroes, High Five Award, Joy Givers, Distributors of Smiles, The Ripple Effect Award was conferred to Baking Section; Turbanator; Gardening and Fashion Section; Green Sparrows; and Digital Skills respectively.
Behind the Scene Award
Behind the Scene Award was given to Non Teaching staff Shri Ram Jagat, Shri Mani Ram, Shri Amarjit, Shri Mithun, Shri Rani, Shri Kuldeep Kumar. Special appreciation awards for young and budding artists were bagged by Parinaaz Bains and Tavgun Sodhi from M.G.N Public School, Mehnaz From St Joseph Convent School and Subhpreet Kaur from D.A.V Public School, Amritsar.
The Judges for the event were Prof Arunjit Kaur and Dr Amritpal Singh. Teachers in charge for various sections were Dr. Gagandeep Kaur, Dr Geetanjali Mahajan, Dr. Herminder Singh, Dr. Harjinder Kaur, Prof. Onkar Singh, Dr. Arundev Sharma, Dr. Inderjit Kaur, Dr. Daljit Kaur, Dr. Shefali Taneja, Prof. Prabdeep Kaur, Dr. Ajitpal Singh, Dr. Patwant Kaur, Prof. Amita Shahid, Dr. Palvinder Singh.