NCC Girls Registration Campaign: The Tribune India
Jalandhar: To encourage female students to join the NCC, the PCM SD College for Women organized an NCC registration campaign on the college campus. The event saw the participation of first semester students from all fields. The main guest of the event was Major Pratima, administration officer of the 2nd Punjab Girls Battalion. Students were shown a motivational video on the importance of the NCC in society and the nation in general. Major Pratima guided the girls to join the NDA because the government opened it to girls as well.
23 full Amazon courses
As part of the MoU signed between Lyallpur Khalsa College Technical Campus and Amazon, nearly 23 BTech CSE students (Semester V) have completed the AWS course. The Cloud Foundations course gave students a better understanding of cloud-based AWS services and will open a new window for them to better investment opportunities in Amazon AWS. Sukhbir Singh Chatha, Director of Academic Affairs and Dr RS Deol (Deputy Director, KCL Group) congratulated the students with a token of appreciation.
Investiture AT Sanskriti KMV School
The Sanskriti KMV School organized an investiture ceremony for the current session in the presence of students and staff. Rachna Monga, director, appointed the Martinet school team at a dedicated event. Roshini Kashyap and Suraj of Class XII were appointed Prefect and Chief Prefect. Samriti and Kawanveer Singh have been appointed vice-prefect and vice-prefect. The students named House Captains and Vice Captains of Amber, Pawak, Pawan and Avni House are respectively Pranav Sharma, Harleen Kaur, Swati Chawla, Gurleen Kaur, Kamaljeet Kaur, Manraj Kaur, Kajal and Nishtha. Sports captains have also been appointed.
Mehakdeep, Good shine in academics
Pyramid College of Business and Technology held an essay writing competition. The competition was open to students from all departments. The candidates structured their essay on several topics such as 75 years of Indian independence – Reality and expectations, Rise of Taliban terrorism – Threat to world peace, New normal after Covid-19 – Experience and way to go, etc. Candidates were judged on the basis of vocabulary, presentation and creativity. About 38 students participated in the event. Mehakdeep, Happy, Prabhjot got the first position. Latika, Sarabjit and Lakshmi finished second. Pawandeep, Palak and Neha got third place. Radhika Devi received a consolation prize.
National Olympiad of Humanity
Students from all schools in the DIPS channel took part in the National Humanity Olympiad Competition. The national level competition was organized into two categories in which students from grades V to VIII and IX to XII participated. Gauri Jaswal, a student at the Class IX DIPS School, Urban Estate, has won laurels by securing the 124th rank nationally. Gurnoor Kaur from DIPS School, Tanda, Kirti from DIPS School, Haryana Bhunga, Ravneet and Navroop from DIPS School, Mehta Chowk and Muskanand Virat from DIPS School, Karol Bagh were the best.
Sustainable fashion designs
The students of Kanya Maha Vidyalaya Fashion Design PG Department have shown their creative interest in making innovative clothes from waste and old clothes recycling them in a very proper way. The Fashion Design Department has improved its curricula and included the subject of sustainability basics in the BSc Fashion Designing Sem V and MSc Sem II programs. While teaching sustainable fashion as a subject, there are also opportunities for students to work on various projects in order to instill in them a sense of sustainable fashion.
Grand Slam performance
Dhawal Anand of Lyallpur Khalsa College Jalandhar, took first place in the Guru Nanak Dev University exams of BSc Biotechnology Semester-IV scoring 459 points out of 480 while Prerneet Kaur took fourth place scoring 451 points in the same class. Balbir Kaur, chairman of the college board, congratulated the students and reiterated the college’s commitment to quality education and productive research.
Students make objects from waste
HMV Collegiate Sr Sec secondary school students participated in the “Best Out of Waste” exhibition organized as part of the Swachh Bharat mission by the municipality of Jalandhar. A total of 25 students participated and exhibited beautiful objects such as water bubble fountain, automan tire, peacock, water dispenser with house, made from garbage. Sudipa from SSC-I-Arts reached the third position. Khushi from SSC-I Arts got the sixth position. Stuti of SSC-I Arts received the seventh position, Diya and Aashi of SSC-I Commerce and Arts respectively received consolation prizes.
Namrata 1st in MSc math sem-II
Hans Raj Mahila Maha Vidyalaya’s MSc (Mathematics, Sem-II) students brought laurels to the institution by securing various positions at the university. Namarata got the first position scoring 492/500 points, Chandan Behl and Prerna took the fourth position with 482/500 points. The principal, Professor Ajay Sareen, congratulated the students and their parents.
Seminar on stubble cultivation
Hoshiarpur: In accordance with the directives of the Punjab government and DPI colleges, the Youth Welfare Wing of DAV College, Hoshiarpur, under the chairmanship of Principal Dr Vinay Kumar, organized a seminar to sensitize students to the harmful consequences of the burning. thatch. Wing coordinator Dr Mukhtar Singh explained that burning leftover paddy in the fields leads to many fatal diseases. TNS / OC