Friday, November 13, 2009

Cultural activities mark the concluding day of CGI Founders’ day

Rainbow of cultural events marks CGI Founders’ day
Aero-modeling steals show at CGI Founders’ day
Canines, equestrians sashay at CGI Founders’ day

Jalvehra, November 7
The canines and equestrians sashayed at the concluding day of celebrations at Continental Group of Institute’s Founders’ day – Phoenix - here today amidst a rainbow of cultural activities.
Dazzling aero modeling by professionals and martial arts display remained the highlight of day. Team of professionals displayed various models at aero modeling that saw the miniature sized air buses talking to the winds and showcasing their grandeur.
While speaking on the occasion Lt Col (retd) BS Sandhu, President, CIIS Educational Society said that this was for the first time that so many colorful events were packed in two days marking the Founders’ Day. He thanked the students, teachers and other staff members of various institutes of groups in making the day a success. Col Karamjit, Institute Director, said that the event – Phoenix – remained a vibrant and throbbing event energizing minds and bodies.
In the morning session dog lovers had a visual treat with the canines flocking show to be a part of much-vied dog show. The equestrians too had a day of their own with well-groomed horses sashaying at the show. Auto show remained a delightful event for the spectators. Performers of martial arts presented their skills as audience encouraged them throughout the presentation. Fun games and lucky draw kept spectators glued to their seats.
Devinder Sandhu and Parvinder Sandhu both senior directors, WWICS Group of Companies were also present at the occasion.
The cultural extravaganza started during evening session with western dance by CIIS, fashion show by CGI, ludli – a folk dance folk dance by IST, the IST faculty too walked the ramp during modeling, while faculty of CIIS and CIET too participated in the modeling show.
Foot tapping Bruin Bhangra - an anglicized bhangra form made audience remained glued to their seats. Student Tanya delivered a special performance followed by faculty performances. The bhangra team of CIET Bhangra regaled audience followed by a fusion dance of western and Indian forms. The programme concluded with a bhangra by IST.

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