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Posted at: Nov 10, 2018, 2:02 AM; last updated: Nov 10, 2018, 2:02 AM (IST)

Nostalgia marks alumni meet at CT Group of Institutions

Nostalgia marks alumni meet at CT Group of Institutions
Students pose for a photograph during an alumni meet organised by the CT Group, Maqsudan, in Jalandhar. Tribune Photo

Our Correspondent

Jalandhar, November 9

Over 300 students from different batches of CT Group of Institutions, Maqsudan, gathered for Alumni Meet 2018-A Reunion organised at CT Institute Maqsudan campus.

Friends, classmates and mentors shared the memories and experiences of their college days. The main objective to organise this event was to provide a platform to the passed out students to re-live their moments and cherish the old memories associated with friends, teachers and their educational institutions’ life, said Charanjit S Channi, Chairman, CT Group of Institutions.

The function began with a cultural programme, including mimicry, songs and histrionics. The alumni on prestigious positions strengthened their bond and shared their success stories. The CT Group also honored many of its alumni because of their extraordinary professional accomplishments.

Anshu, one of the alumni from 2016-18 batch said, “I feel lucky to be a part of the CT Group. It has provided me a platform to get placed in one of the top most companies named Red Carpet. It was possible through a dedicated team of experts and our teachers.”

Enthralling live cultural performances by alumni were held such as singing, dancing and fashion walk were held. It was followed by dance and a sumptuous bonfire dinner. They expressed gratitude towards the management of the CT Group for organising such a gala event.

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