LPU Commerce Student Ishnoor gets direct Entry to FBB Campus Princess Mumbai Finale

Jalandhar: B Com International Finance, First Year, student of Mittal School of Business at Lovely Professional University (LPU) Ishnoor Kaur (Rattan) has got direct entry to FBB Campus Princess Finale Pageant to be held in Mumbai. Ishnoor will now get fast-tracked to the ‘Femina Miss India 2020 Pageant’, where as the winner of Miss India title she can further represent India at Miss World Pageant. Prior to further competition, Ishnoor will also be trained and groomed by the renowned Industry experts from the fashion & glamour world.

Student Organization “Spade & Atan Dharya”, under the Aegis of Division of Student Welfare, at LPU had organized Zonal rounds for “FBB Campus Princess 2020” pageant at Shanti Devi Mittal Auditorium of the University. Esteemed names from the ‘Miss India Organization’, Femina Miss India United Continents (2017) Sana Dua; FBB Colors Miss India Punjab (2019) Harnazz Sandhu; and, Bennett Nathan Head Campus Princess event adjudged 150 + participants from across the Zone. Before judging six finalists, all three Judges shared their experiences with the contestants and encouraged them to follow their big dreams with confidence and free-feels.

Hailing from Phagwara City of Punjab, Ishnoor Kaur Rattan aspires to be a renowned international business woman, and so she joined B Com International Finance at Lovely Professional University (LPU). At LPU, her teachers identified in her a dynamic woman also, and groomed her for modelling and allied areas additionally. On becoming ‘Miss Fresher (Runner Up)’ at LPU Campus, she now has ‘FBB Campus Princess Zonal Crown’ on her high-held head. Ishnoor, 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.

Spectacled, 5 Feet 11 Inches tall, mere 18 years old, Ishnoor thanks all of her all teachers for guiding on the right lines for brilliant career ahead. Now, Ishnoor advises fellow students: “Always be your true self. Identify your passion and weakness, too. Do not let your weaknesses dwarf your passion. I wear spectacles but it could not stop me from participating in the beauty pageant. Everything is possible if only you believe in yourself. Overpower your flaws and avail opportunities as these come on your way.” Palak Sharma and Tiksha Taggar, from two other educational institutions of Himachal Pradesh, have also been selected along with.

In fact, Campus Princess’ initiative empowers promising talent by engaging with the student community. The golden opportunity of Campus Princess is also opening up scopes to exploration and experimentation in Indian pageantry. Its auditions now 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 talent.