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“FILL YOUR LIFE WITH EXPERIENCES,NOT THINGS.HAVE STORIES TO TELL 
AND REAL STUFF TO SHOW.”

“EVERY EXPERIENCE IN OUR LIFE IS BEING ORCHESTRATED TO TEACH US SOMETHING WE NEED TO KNOW TO MOVE FORWARD.”

CT Public School organized an Interactive Session on 2nd June,2019 for parents, hostel students and teachers with the Chairman, CT Group of Institutions and Chancellor,CT University,S.Charanjit Singh Ji Channi—an enviable name in the educational world.He has always been a constant guide in all areas of life—in the never ending onwards journey to excellence.

Counsellor and Training Director, CT Group of Institutions,Ms.Amrit Kalsi initiated the session by presenting a warm welcome to the parents.The session started with a motivational movie,”Jeena Isi ka Naam Hai”,the true picture of the struggles and hardships endured by Channi sir to reach pinnacles of success and earn the status of a renowned educationist.

 

 

 

 

 

The session was a valuable chance for the parents and students to discuss and clarify any sort of queries or concerns related to any sphere of life—educational ,personal or professional.The parents felt fully contented and satisfied in getting the solutions to their problems.They were happy that their children were in safe hands.

Channi sir stated that the quest should be to move from good to better.All have to resolve to be loyal and positive in approach to continue working for excellence in all the good things of life.The parents valued the suggestions of chairman and appreciated the efforts of the institute in providing all facilities to students for their holistic growth .

The parents also applauded the sincerest and dedicated efforts of the Principal,Mr.Daljeet Singh in shaping the personality and character of their wards.
The Vice Principal,Ms.Sukhdeep Kaur read out the hostel rules to all parents and urged for their strict .compliance.
The session was really beneficial and solved all queries of parents and their wards.The Principal said that such sessions could be life changing and the school would continue to host such interactions with the Chairman from time to time to gain from his enriching experience.
After the fruitful session ,the parents attended the “PTM" with the respective teachers of their wards to discuss their academic performance.

The parents were served lunch in hostel mess as a token of gratitude for sparing their valuable time and coming from distant areas to attend the session. 

Jun 2, 2019

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Maqsudan, Jalandhar City
Punjab, INDIA

Tel: +91 181-5009555, 5009553
Mobile : +91 98149-20839
Hostel : +91 181-5009568, 5009565
Fax : +91 181-2672318
Email : ctps_school@yahoo.co.in



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