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Amardeep Kaur Crowned Miss Teej, Ishika Babool Grabs Runner-up at DAV University Gala
August 12, 2023

Jalandhar, August 12

In a dazzling spectacle of talent and culture, Amardeep Kaur, a student pursuing MA in English at DAV University, has been crowned Miss Teej (Student) Ishika Babool, a BA LLB student emerged as the runner-up with her poise and elegance resonating strongly with the event's essence. In a competition for the employees, Sanjana Cheema, assistant professor was declared Miss Teej (Employees) and Neeraj Gupta, accounts officer was declared second.

Mis Teej (Employee) winner Sanjana Cheema (R) with Dr Kamaljit Kaur, DSW and Tarveen Kaur

The event, a celebration of femininity and strength, unfolded under the auspices of the Department of Students’ Welfare, leaving the audience captivated by the extraordinary showcase of artistry.

Participant at Teej Fewst 1

The day also pulsated with a vibrant array of performances that epitomized the rich Punjabi culture. Talented students of DAV University took to the stage, delivering enthralling dance renditions, heart-stirring Sufi performances, spirited Bhangra displays, soulful singing, poignant poem recitations, and the lively Giddha, each act weaving a tapestry of tradition and modernity.

Staff members participating in the event

Tarveen Kaur, a life coach and judge of the competition, addressed the students, urging them to orchestrate a harmonious equilibrium between their academic pursuits and leisure activities, a crucial facet for holistic growth.

Miss Teej (Employee) runner up Neeraj Gupra (R)

Dr. Manoj Kumar, Vice-chancellor of the University, in a message encapsulated the spirit of the event, highlighting the significance of Teej as a testament to the indomitable strength and potential of women. He emphasized the occasion served as a poignant reminder that women have the power to overcome any obstacle and achieve remarkable feats.

A participant at the event

The event's atmosphere was further enhanced by the traditional and resplendent costumes donned by both the students and faculty members, adding to the allure and ambiance of the celebration. The festive fervor extended beyond the stage, with a delightful assortment of rides and stalls that invited students to revel in the festivities with unbridled joy and enthusiasm. A special Mehndi stall, thoughtfully arranged by students, catered to the female students and staff, infusing the occasion with camaraderie and inclusivity.

Participant at Teej Fewst

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