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Free coaching classes for MBA, MCA aspirants
Our Correspondent

Ludhiana, June 15
On the demand of a large number of MBA and MCA aspirants, the Guru Nanak Institute of Management and Technology (GNIMT), Gujjarkhan Campus, Model Town, is organising free coaching classes on its campus. The first batch of training course concluded today. The new batch also commenced from today.

During the programme, students were imparted training on subjects like numerical ability, general mental ability, English and general knowledge. In addition to these subjects, MBA aspirants were also taught subjects like logical reseasoning and mathematical aptitude.

Dr A.S. Bansal, Director, GNIMT, expressed satisfaction that many students had been able to derive benefit from the programme. He also advised all MBA and MCA aspirants to take the MET as admission to these courses could not be secured without appearing in MET-2004, MAT and CAT, conducted by state and Central organisations.

Summer camp concludes: A summer camp was organised at Jain Public Senior Secondary School, Benjamin Road, from May 16 to June 15. More than 100 girls participated in cooking and dance classes. Dance and cooking competitions were held on the concluding day of this camp. The Principal of the school, Mr S.K. Kalra advised the students on extra-curricular activities and Mr Narinder Kumar Jain, president of the managing committee, gave away prizes to the winners.

Summer camp at Golden Time: A three-week summer camp was held at Golden Time Pre-Nursery and Nursery School. Activities like dance, games, yoga, art and craft were conducted during the camp.

Everest Public School: A summer camp was conducted at Everest Public Senior Secondary School, Moti Nagar. Prof Harlal Singh, a former director, Punjab School Education Board, presided over the concluding function. As many as 200 students participated in the camp and courses like communication skills, English development, yoga, sports, dance, painting and art and craft were taught.

DAV School camp: DAV Public School, BRS Nagar, organised a summer training camp for an all-round personality development of children from June 1 to 15. The Principal of the school, Mr R.S. Patial, said activities like dance, bhangra, art and craft, pot painting, clay modeling, tabla, computer and personality development were part of the camp.



Summer vacation in district courts
Our Correspondent

Ludhiana, June 15
The district courts will remain closed from June 16 to July 15 for summer vacation. However, the District and Sessions Judge, Mr Baldev Singh and Mr D.R. Arora will attend to the urgent work falling under the jurisdiction of the Sessions Court, from June 16 to 30.

In subordinate courts, urgent civil work will be entertained by the Additional Civil Judge (Senior Division), Mr Jai Karan Mattu from June 16 to 30. In his absence, Ms Anshul Berry, Civil Judge (Senior Division), will dispose of the urgent civil work.

The Chief Judicial Magistrate, Mr Jai Karan Mattu, shall also handle the urgent criminal matters relating to police stations focal point, GRP, RPF, Vigilance, Shimlapuri, division no. 5, Hambran and Dehlon from June 16 to 30.

The urgent criminal work relating to police stations division No. 1 to 4, 6 to 8, Payal, Basti Jodhewal, Model Town, Sarabha Nagar, KoomKalan, Sadar, Salem Tabri, Dakha, Sahnewal and Haibowal will be entertained by the Judicial Magistrate, Ms Anshul Berry from June 16 to 30. In absence of the CJM his work would be looked after by Ms Anshul Berry and in absence of Ms Anshul Berry, her work will be looked after by the CJM.

From July 1 to 15, all urgent criminal and civil work will be entertained by the Civil Judge(Senior Division)-cum-Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate, Mr G.C.Garg and Mr Jaspal Verma, Civil Judge-cum-JMIC and in their absence, Mr Jasbir Singh, JMIC, will entertain the urgent work.



MC XI record 64-run victory
Our Sports Reporter

Ludhiana, June 15
A quick fire knock of 73 runs off just 40 balls by Jassi enabled M C XI to record 64-runs victory over Rana Club (junior) in the ongoing cricket tournament here at the Satish Chander Dhawan Government College for Boys ground.

Batting first, M C XI scored 183 runs in 30 overs. The main contributors were Jassi and Sudhir who chipped in with 73 and 33 runs, respectively. In reply, Rana Club made 119 runs in 19.5 overs.

Brief scores: M C XI -183 for 9 ( Jassi 73 and Sudhir 33; Rinkoo 3 for 33, Vikram 2 for 30)

Rana Club (junior)- 119 all out ( R P Singh 41 and Rawat 36; Sudhir 3 for 27, Chanchal 3 for 29 and Mandeep 2 for 13)


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