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Posted at: Oct 20, 2016, 2:23 AM; last updated: Oct 20, 2016, 2:23 AM (IST)CAMPUS NOTES

Silver jubilee celebrations

Managed by the Sikh Educational Society (SES), Sri Guru Gobind Singh Collegiates Public School, Sector 26, on Wednesday celebrated its silver jubilee with great enthusiasm and fervour. Hazuri raagis of Sri Harmander Sahib, Amritsar, Bhai Lakhwinder Singh and Bhai Ramanpreet Singh of Gurdwara Nadha Sahib performed kirtan after the bhog ceremony of akhand path. SES secretary Col JS Bala (retd) appealed the school staff to work with missionary zeal and utmost dedication as the Institution was named after the Tenth Guru. There should be a distinctive imprint on the psyche of students who pass out from this institution, he added. Apart from parents and alumni of the school, SGGS College Principal Dr Jyoti Lamba, GGS College for Women Principal Dr Charanjit Kaur Sohi and SGGS Pharmacy College Principal Jaswainder Kaur were also present.

Student interaction at Panjab varsity

President and CEO of Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator (LACI), USA, Fred H Walti II interacted with faculty members, students and a scientist from the Chandigarh Region Innovation and Knowledge Cluster (CRIKC) at Panjab University here on Wednesday. As many as 150 students and faculty members from different CRICK institutions participated in the interaction. Fred H Walti II spoke on the university-based Incubators in supporting student startups for clean tech entrepreneurship. “LACI is open to collaborate with the university-based incubator for mutual hosting of startups,” he informed. PU Vice-Chancellor Arun Kumar Grover also interacted with students to bring their startup ideas to the forefront and discuss the challenges faced by them. He also mentioned that the first challenge for students was to convince parents about the startup rather than opting for campus placement. — TNS


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