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Achievers in diverse spheres honoured with Entrepreneur & Achiever Awards – 2022

Chandigarh, May 18, 2022 (Yes Punjab News)
With a view to encourage excellence in diverse sectors, the Media Federation of India in league with the Public Relations Council of India organized Entrepreneur and Achiever Awards – 2022 here today evening.

Addressing on the occasion, the Food, Civil Supplies, Consumer Affairs and Forest Minister Mr. Lal Chand Kataruchak said that honesty and integrity are the only way through which one can attain success in life. He also mentioned that one should not be deterred by the difficult circumstances and keep marching on.

The Speaker, Punjab Vidhan Sabha Mr. Kultar Singh Sandhwan highlighted the importance of media sector in today’s era.

The awardees included Dr. Senu Duggal, IAS, Special Secretary cum Additional Director in Information and Public Relations Department Punjab, Screenwriter in Bollywood Aseem Arrora, Harjit Singh Sabharwal from Sri Guru Granth Sahib Sewa Society, Progressive farmer Tejinder Punia, Deputy Registrar IK Gujral Punjab Technical University Jalandhar Rajnish K. Sharma, Chief Operating Officer, Gourmet Club – Best Club Caterer Satish Kumar, Dr. Geeta Joshi for treating Covid patients through ayurveda in pandemic, Resident Editor, Dainik Jagran, Punjab and Chandigarh Amit Sharma, Editor Zee Media, Delhi, Haryana and Punjab, Area Director and General Manager Taj Chandigarh – Sumeet Taneja, Transmedia Producer and Film Director Ojaswee Sharma for promoting Sikh arts and film festival, RJ Megha from 92.7 FM – Best Radio Jockey in tricity, Head of Food Safety Administration, UT, Chandigarh – Sukhwinder Singh, Associate Producer and Head Department of Psychology, PG Government College, Sector – 11, Chandigarh Suresh Chahal, Punjabi singer and actress Rakhi Hundal, Professor & Director, Media & Animation Studies, Chandigarh University, Mohali Professor Trishu Sharma, Former Lieutenant Governor of Andaman and Nicobar Islands & Puducherry Lt. Gen. Bhopinder Singh, Regional Passport Officer Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh Sibash Kabiraj IPS, SSP Kapurthala Rajbachan Singh Sandhu, ADG, PIB & IIMC Delhi – Ashish Goyal IIS, Medical Superintendent PGI Dr. Vipin Koushal, MD Trishla Group Harish Gupta, Director IIT Ropar Professor Rajeev Ahuja, Principal Secretary Industries and Commerce Dilip Kumar IAS, SSP UT Chandigarh Kuldeep Chahal IPS, Director Durga Das Foundation Atul Khanna, President CREDAI Punjab & CMD PCL Housing Group Jagjit Singh Majha, Former Chairman Chandigarh Sahitya Academy & Former Professor of Modern Literature, Panjab University, Chandigarh – Dr. Naresh, Former Associate Professor , School of Communication Studies, Panjab University, Chandigarh – Jayanth Pethkar, PRO in IIT Ropar Mrs. Preetinder Kaur and Director, Success Mantra Overseas Vishal Dogra.

On the occasion, the Chairman of the Chandigarh Chapter of the Public Relations Council of India Mr. Vivek Atray was also present.

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