PEC holds Annual Honours Ceremony to Celebrate its Achievers

The office of Dean Student Affairs at Punjab Engineering College, Chandigarh organized the Annual Honours Ceremony on 26th April 2019.

Shiman Vashisth, Chief cultural Secretary, spoke about the event being one of the most special evening of the year,  said she “ it’s very fascinating to be a part of culture where everyone worked together to make any affair a big success, from every practice to  every organising event became a success because of everyone who work in front of the stage or behind the stage.”

Prof. Perminderjit Singh, Dean students Affair, congratulated everyone for their success and wished the students a very bright future ahead. He stressed the importance of team work in all spheres of life and applauded the continued efforts of all the winners. Dr. Dheeraj Sanghi, Director PEC, acknowledged all the hard work put in by every student for every organisation and said, “extra-curricular activities build up one’s character and it is reflected in the way PEC students communicate and carry themselves.” He implored them to continue exploring their talents and act as the honourable spokespeople for the institute. Dr. Raminder Kaur (Associate Dean Student Affairs), gave an insightful speech espousing the benefits of all-round development of students through extracurricular activities. Faculty and students from all branches and all department heads were also present.

Students of the graduating batch of 2019 were felicitated for their outstanding achievements in different cultural clubs, technical societies, sports and in organisational activities. The highest extracurricular activities award, the Institute Colour, was bestowed upon the students.

Then the Institute Honor was presented to the core committee responsible for organising PECFEST 2018, the institute's annual cultural and technical fest, and making it a resounding success.

The All-rounder award was presented to students who stole the spotlight in multiple categories. The Achievers Award was given to the students who represented PEC in esteemed competitions, ceremonies and fests throughout the country, and won accolades.

As the Honours Ceremony drew to a close, it was time to bid adieu to the graduating batch and the day ended with a joyful farewell to the final year students at the Director's residence.

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