Punjab News Express/S.K.Vyas
CHANDIGARH : CT Kindergarten organized Talent Hunt Competition-2016 in which the students showcased their latent talents and won great applause. About 100 students studying in Nursery, L.K.G. and U.K.G. participated in the event and exhibited their flair for dance, music, magic, mathematical skills, playing musical instruments and even tying a turban. It was based on ‘Self Creativity’ theme.
The Chief Guest of the event, Parminder Kaur Channi (Co-Chairperson, CT Group of Institutions) and Tanika Singh were stupefied to see varied talents of the toddlers. Mrs. Parminder Kaur Channi (Co-Chairperson, CT Group of Institutions) said that the school provides various opportunities to the students to bring out their inherent talents to enable them to excel in the realms of academics, sports and cultural activities. On the other hand, Tanika Singh advised the teachers to discover the hidden capabilities of the children and motivate them to polish their talents and help them to groom their personalities.
The medalists were applauded for their exemplary performance and novelty. The students were judged on the basis of Costume, Presentation and Self introduction. Shivika, Hartaj Singh, Eknoor and Ayushi bagged first position in the various sections of Nursery. The winners in L.KG Class were Eknoor Kaur (Dance), Ekamjot Kaur (Magic), Divyanshu Raj (Magic) and Mansi Jaswal (Dance) while Abhaya (Dance), Sahibjot Singh (Dance) and Aarav (Academics) were winners from U. KG.
Suman Rana (Principal, CT Public School) said "The school always strives to seek a balance between academics and varied activities. Such talents hunt activities acts as morale boosting and skill building tools for the students."