DAV College Talent Hunt -2016, remained a big success .Students got a chance to explore and improve their inner hidden talent. The students presented their innate capabilities and the audience loved the giddha and bhangra.
Around 400 people gave their auditions.
DAV College organised a talent hunt competition for the fresher’s. On the second and concluding day of talent hunt the DAV students presented a show of their hidden talents and capabilities. Every student was trying to influence the selectors with their talents. Every one was thrilled especially by the Punjabi and western songs and dances.
Prof Sukhdev Singh Randhawa( Dean EMA department) told how different categories have been kept to explore various talents. The categories included song, gazals, folk songs and western songs, classical vocal, instrumental music, stand up comedy, mimicry, mono acting, elocution, debate, quiz, classical dance, giddha, bhangra, rangoli, landscape, painting, sketching, collage, poster making, clay modeling, phulkari, cartooning etc were present in the main category.
The event started with the Ved mantra reciting. Principal Dr B B Sharma gave a warm welcome to the students and quoted that today on the occasion of International Youth Day I want to say that youth is the power of any country and have a great contribution towards building a healthy society. He insisted and inspired students to follow the noble path of discipline, moral values and great thoughts. He quoted “such kind of competitions are conducted and organised to carve out the hidden and unpolished talents of the students, so the students should participate in them with great zeal. He said such events lead to all round development of the students. Dr Sharma further stated that youth is the strength of any nation and I believe that they should invest into their energy positively, and apart from that they need to join hands to eradicate the dirt from the society.
Prof S J Talwar (Deputy Dean EMA ) informed about the commencement of the preparation s of zonal youth fest ,and through talent hunts we will search for new talents for the youth fest. And seeing the innate talents we are sure of increase positions at youth festival.
During this many students with their outstanding performance won many hearts.
To judge the students under different categories of talents various selection committees had been formulated including Amit Sharma, Niti Raj, Ekjot Kaur, Dinesh Arora, Komal Soni, Protima Singh, Preeti Vajpayee, Amit Guleria, Rajwant Kaur, Priyanka Shardha, Priyanka Taneja, Kailesh Kumar, Tausheen, Shailja Sharma, Satinder Kaur, Ruchika Khanna, Sukhnamdan Kaur, Sonia and Supreet.
At the end dean Prof Sukhdev S Randhawa stated that the 2 day talent hunt remained quiet successful and I heartly congractulate the winners and want to tell those who didn’t make it to the first positions that winning isn’t important, trying and participating is what that matters the most.
The thanks giving vote was presented by Dy. Dean Prof S J Talwar.
1st Anmolpreet and Gauravpreet
2nd Rehmanpreet and Ankush
1st Deepak Verma and Anmolpreet
2nd Kuljeet Kaur
3rd Rajiv Sharma
1st Shahjaz Khan and Subrat
1st Rishav Sharma
2nd Sharanjit and Shivani
1st Anjali, Manjibder Kaur
2nd Jasmeet and Manpreet
3rd Amandeep and Radhika.
1st Anukriti and Radhika
Western and classical boys
2nd Manav and Rishabh
3rd Shubhdev and Manish