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Talent hunt event held at BFSSS

Talent hunt event held at BFSSS
Students present a cultural item in Bathinda. Tribune photo

Tribune News Service

Bathinda, June 9

A talent hunt competition was organised at Baba Farid Senior Secondary School (BFSSS) here on Friday. The purpose was to discover and encourage the inner talent of students. In the competition, students of Classes XI and XII of BFSSS participated in different activities like giddha, bhangra, solo singing, speech, poetry recitation, skit, etc.

Students gave tough competition to each other by showing their talents in all fields. BD Sharma, deputy director (career guidance and counselling), BFGI, started this event by lighting the traditional lamp. He honoured the winning students with awards.

In the solo singing competition, Maninder Kaur (XI commerce-A) got the first position, Harmanjot Singh (XI) second and Harmanjot Singh (XI Commerce-C) third position. Ramandeep Kaur (XII Arts-B), Muskandeep Kaur (XI Arts-A) and Rupinder Kaur (10+2 Arts-C) got the first, second and third positions, respectively, in the poem recitation competition.

In the speech competition, Khushpreet Kaur (XI Arts) bagged the first position while Ramandeep Kaur (XII Arts-B) and Muskandeep Kaur (XI Arts-A) got the second and third positions, respectively. Harjot Singh (XII Medical-B) and Pawandeep Singh (XII Arts-E) were selected as the best dancer in bhangra. Similarly, Harmanjot Singh (XI commerce-D) was adjudged as the best actor in skit.

In giddha, Team-A won the first position and Raspreet Kaur (XI Non-Medical-E) was elected as the best dancer. In bhangra (girls), Team-A of XII (commerce-B) students bagged the first position whereas Team-C bagged the first position in bhangra (boys).

Baljinder Singh Sidhu, Principal, BFSSS, said every year the event was organized with the motive of developing the overall personality of students. He praised all the students who took part in the talent hunt competition.

Dr Gurmeet Singh Dhaliwal, Chairman, BFGI, said it was time to prepare talented students for upcoming events. He gave his best wishes for the bright future of the students.

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