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CT University Hosts Hostel Premier League Season 5, Showcasing Student Unity and Sporting Talent, Ludhiana, July 5, 2023 – The Department of Student Welfare at CT University organized the highly successful Hostel Premier League Season 5, a five-day extravaganza filled with exciting games and activities. The event witnessed the enthusiastic participation of over 400 students from more than 35 states of India, as well as students from Africa, Nepal, and Bangladesh. Under the active coordination of Rahil Roy (Project Officer) and dedicated student coordinators, Hostel Premier League Season 5 brought together students from diverse backgrounds, fostering a strong sense of unity and camaraderie. The event showcased a wide range of games, including volleyball, skipping rope, gully cricket, carom, balloon game, kabaddi, three-legged race, chess, and many more, providing a platform for students to showcase their sporting skills and team spirit. The North Region emerged as the champions, claiming the coveted trophy. Davinder Singh, the Deputy Director of the Department of Student Welfare, expressed his excitement, stating, “It was truly an exhilarating experience to witness the enthusiasm and spirit of the students during the Hostel Premier League Season 5. The event not only brought students from diverse backgrounds together but also fostered a sense of unity and camaraderie. Congratulations to all the participants for their exceptional performance, and kudos to the entire team involved in making this event a grand success.” Vice Chairman Harpreet Singh highlighted the inclusive nature of the event, saying, “The Hostel Premier League Season 5 showcased the vibrant and inclusive community at CT University. It was heartening to see active participation from students representing various states of India, as well as Africa, Nepal, and Bangladesh. This event not only provided a platform for sports and recreational activities but also encouraged cultural exchange and friendship among participants. I extend my congratulations to the organizing team for their remarkable efforts, and I appreciate all the students who made this event a memorable one.” On this occasion Davinder Singh, Deputy Director , Department of Student Welfare ; Puneeta Sharma, the Head of the School of Humanities and Physical Education, Maninder Singh, Chief Engineer Electrical (MEP), Sunita Mehra, the Hostel Warden, faculty members and hostlers were present.

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