· Occasion was FBB CAMPUS Princess’ North Zone Rounds held at LPU Campus
· Miss India (2018) Anukreethy Vas; Miss Diva (2018) Runner Up Roshni Sheoran; and, Bennett Nathan (Times Group) adjudged 27 participants
· Theme was dream, believe & realize
· LPU Students’ organization ‘ Altiora’ made mesmerizing arrangements for the event
An MBA Student of Lovely Professional University (LPU) Deepali Thakur has got direct entry to FBB Campus Princess Finale Pageant to be held in Mumbai. Deepali will now get fast-tracked to the ‘Femina Miss India 2018 Pageant’, where as the winner of Miss India she can further represent India at Miss World Pageant. Prior to further competition, Deepali will also be trained and groomed by the renowned Industry experts from the fashion & glamour world.
Student Organization “Altiora”, under the Aegis of Division of Student Welfare, at LPU had organized zonal rounds for “FBB Campus Princess 2019” pageant at Shanti Devi Mittal Auditorium of the University. Esteemed names from the ‘Miss India Organization’, Miss India (2018) Anukreethy Vas; Miss Diva (2018) Runner Up Roshni Sheoran; and, Bennett Nathan (Times Group) adjudged 27 participants from across the Zone. Before judging, all three Judges shared their experiences with the contestants and encouraged them to follow their dreams with confidence and free-feels.
State-level shot put player from a small village Dobi (PO Kartot) of District Rampur Bushahr at Capital City Shimla in Himachal Pradesh; Deepali Thakur always aspires to be a renowned business woman, and so joined MBA Programme at Lovely Professional University (LPU). At LPU, her teachers identified in her a dynamic woman also, and groomed her for modeling and allied areas additionally. On becoming ‘Miss Youth Vibe’ at LPU Campus, she now has ‘FBB Campus Princess Zonal Crown’ on her high-held head. Deepali, who has started her pageant journey with Fbb Campus Princess at LPU Campus, impressed all the jury members through her buoyancy, elegance and authentic response.
Thanking her all teachers at LPU for guiding on the other right lines for her brilliant career ahead, Deepali advises fellow girls at the campus: “Everything is possible if only you believe in yourself. Never leave the hope aside and ever be on the positive lines. Avail opportunities as these come on your way.” Apart from loving reading, writing poetry, Deepali also likes painting very much and keep on trying free-hand sketching. Two other girls Mannant Khanna (Punjab) and Priyanka (Himachal Pradesh) were also selected.
In fact, Campus Princess’ initiative empowers promising talents by engaging with the student community. The golden opportunity of Campus Princess is also opening up scopes to exploration and experimentation in Indian pageantry. This year the auditions seems to be bigger and better as it is travelling to many prestigious Institutions in India including IITs, AIIMS, NITs, LPU and more to find the best talents.