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Sania gets 21st rank in CET for journalism
Our Correspondent

Ludhiana, June 10
Sania Aggarwal, student of KVM, obtained the 21st rank all over India in the CET for Bachelors in Journalism and Mass Communication, organised by Indraprastha University, New Delhi.

Summer camps: Students of Lovely Lotus enjoyed the drama and dance media during summer camps. They had personality development, dance , art and craft as their activities. Principal Harpreet Kaur Gill said a positive change was visible and had boosted the self-esteem of the children. Art and craft classes helped in bringing out their creativity.

Honoured: The Arya College Managing Committee honoured Mr Rakesh Bharti Mittal, CEO of Bharti Enterprises, by bestowing upon him the “Patronship” of Arya College. His father the late Sat Paul Mittal, MP, had also served as patron of the College.

Members of the committee presented a memento and books on Vedic literature to Mr Mittal.

Summer workshops: A summer camp is being held at St. Xavier Playway School, Civil Lines. It will continue till June 30.

Various workshops are being conducted for children in the age group of 2 to 16 years. These workshops include rangoli, mural painting, wax painting, fabric painting and picture painting besides art and craft.

Gurjot KaurGurjot Kaur shines: Gurjot Kaur, BCA (III semester) student of Punjab College of Technical Education, Ludhiana, has topped in the university examinations held in December, 2003 by obtaining 631 marks out of 700. Out of the first 10 positions, the First, third and fourth position were bagged by the PCTE students. Anureet Gill secured the third position in the University while Aabha Aneja secured the fourth position.

Ameet Rana tops: Ameet Rana of Guru Nanak Girls College, Model Town, Ludhiana, topped in the B.Sc.III (medical) April 2004 examinations of Panjab University. The over all result of the college has been good with the maximum students getting more than 60 per cent marks.



Summer camp at Doraha school concludes
Our Correspondent

Doraha, June 10
The summer camp at Sri Guru Harkrishan Public School, here concluded yesterday. A function was held at the school, in which the students displayed the skills they had learnt during the camp.

The president of the municipal council, Mrs Raj Rani, and Dr S.S. Bhangoo, gave away prizes to the students. The students presented bhangra, giddha and Western dance. The main attraction of the function was a gidha-cum-bhangra on a song from a Punjabi movie.

The students had been divided three groups — nursery and kindergarten, Classes 1 to III and Classes IV to X.

More than 120 students from schools of Doraha took part in the summer camp. The students took part in activities like personality development, spoken English, giddha, bhangra, pool party, and craft. Indoor games such as darts, bowling, carrom, chess, and snakes and ladders were organised. The children watched movies such as ‘Baby’s Day Out’, ‘Lion King’ and ‘Harry Potter’. Many fun contests like dumb charades, one- minute games, and drawing and colouring contests were organised. Ms Raj Rani said such camps were a boon for the residents of Doraha. 


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