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Jyoti & Anish Crowned Aryans Ms. & Mr. Face of the Year

PUNJAB NEWS EXPRESS | December 04, 2022 05:26 PM

MOHALI: A plethora of events were organized by Aryans Group of Colleges, Rajpura, Near Chandigarh for the excited new students including rounds of singing, dance and drama. The top 20 contestants from Engineering, Law, Pharmacy, Nursing, Management, Paramedical were seen putting their best foot forward to win the titles spiritedly walked the ramp to be the winner.

Dr. Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group congratulated the title winners and appreciated the efforts put in by one and all for actively participating in extracurricular activities and making the event memorable. He said hard work is indispensable and a key to achieving their dreams.

The event began with the auspicious lamp lighting ceremony. The students participated in various events, including modeling, singing, solo-dance and other cultural events.

On the basis of modeling, individual performance and intelligence test, three judges Dr. Garima Thakur, Aura Mrs. India Intellectual & Mrs. Himachal 2021; Dr. Rashmi, Miss Punjab, Aura Miss India 2021; Varsha Dangi, Model, Actress, APA Miss India Finalist announced the winner for every title.

The students’ excitement knew no bounds when Jyoti was crowned as “Miss Face of The Year” & Anish Sagar won “Mr. Face of the Year”. Other prize-winners felicitated include Anshika & Nitin Thakur as “Ms. and Mr. Talented” and Priyanka Singh & Biren Makkar as “Ms. & Mr. Personality” respectively. Rahul won “Students of the Year” title & Toiba was crowned as “Shining Star”.

The top court orally observed that the order of appointment was made, after it started hearing the case and Bhushan had filed an application relating to the vacancy. The top court was hearing a batch of pleas seeking a collegium-like system for the appointment of the CEC and ECs.

Thereafter, on the very next day on November 24, the top Court said what was the "tearing urgency, haste", and why was the appointment made at lightning speed.

Justice K M Joseph reiterated that the court is concerned about a �yes man' being appointed and asked what is the basis of the Law Minister shortlisting four names from the data of hundreds of people following the age criteria.

Questioning Goel's appointment in a super-fast manner, the bench remarked that not even in 24 hours, the process was completed and notified.

Talking to IANS, Prof Jagdeep Chhokar, Co-founder, Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR), said "The officer was appointed overnight when the matter reached court. How he was selected in 22 hours or 26 hours and how the whole process was completed, nobody knows. There is something which has not been revealed."

Arun Goel's retirement was due on December 31, 2022. However, with his appointment as Election Commissioner, he will be able to hold office till December 2027. He is also the most likely candidate for the post of Chief Election Commissioner.

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