The 58th Zonal Youth Fest yet again found a grand opening of Zone ‘A’ at PGGC, Sector 11 on October 5th, 2015. With par excellence arrangements and efforts put in by the faculty and students, the event turned out to be a huge hit.
Starting off with Saraswati Vandana and speech by the principal, Dr. J.K Sehgal; Mrs. Kirron Kher, the chief guest enlightened the audience with her charming personality and words of wisdom. The opening day saw much talent and events, raising the expectations for much more fun to be witnessed in remaining three days of the fest.
The events started with pleasing tunes of various shades of music competitions in the college auditorium. Khalsa College, Sector 26 bagged the first prize for bhajan/kirtan, while GGDSD, Sector 32 won the same for group-song and Panjab University for classical music. Under the category of light-music, PGGC 11 earned the first place in Geet Ghazal and Khalsa College for folk song. In the seminar room, the quiz contest, where much intellect was witnessed, was again claimed by the host college as they showed their brain(y) skills and got the first prize.
Students displayed great works of art and creativity during the competitions, held near the swimming pool. Girls College of Arts got the first prize in on-the-spot painting and clay modeling. Government College of Commerce and Business Administration (GCCBA), Sector 50 won first position in photography and GGDSD, Sector 32 in collage-making. Later again, many art competitions took place, with Girls College of Arts grabbing most of the first prizes in cartooning, still-life drawing and poster making. The last event of rangoli-making coloured the floors with much beautiful patterns, in which Government College of Commerce and Business Administration (GCCBA) again showed their best by getting the first prize.
What a feast to the hungry eyes the opening day was. The following days ensure much more fun and drama with dance and plays in the next three days to come.
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