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Topper aspires to become lecturer
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Vaishali Khattar, Catherine and Ramandeep Kaur of the Guru Nanak Institute of Management and Technology, Model Town, Ludhiana, who have secured third, seventh and eighth position, respectively
Vaishali Khattar, Catherine and Ramandeep Kaur of the Guru Nanak Institute of Management and Technology, Model Town, Ludhiana, who have secured third, seventh and eighth position, respectively, in the BBA (IIIrd semester) conducted by Punjab Technical University in December, 2003.

Surbhi Handa, Anil Kumar and Akash Srivastava of the Gujranwala Guru Nanak Institute of Management and Technology, who have secured third, seventh and ninth position, respectivel
Surbhi Handa, Anil Kumar and Akash Srivastava of the Gujranwala Guru Nanak Institute of Management and Technology, who have secured third, seventh and ninth position, respectively, in BCA (Ist semester) examination conducted by Punjab Technical University.

Machhiwara, June 21
Davinder Kaur brought laurels to Shakti Public Senior Secondary School, Machhiwara, by securing 402 out of 450 marks in Class XII (Humanities) exam results declared by Punjab School Education Board today. She stood fourth in Punjab and got third position in Ludhiana district.

In an interview with Ludhiana Tribune, she said she wanted to become a Hindi lecturer. She said she used to study six hours a day despite power cuts in her Julafgarh village.

Her father, Paul Singh, an ex-serviceman, and her mother, Kulwant Kaur, a housewife, said they had purchased a generator to help their children for studying for a long time. Her motherís joy knew no bounds on the success of her daughter. She said she treated her both daughters like sons.

Davinderís elder sister had passed Class XII exam last year from this very school by securing 352 out of 450 marks and stood first in Samrala tehsil.

Davinder said she was feeling quite happy on her success and said she had been expecting to be amongst the top three. Apart from concentrating on her studies, she helps her mother in the kitchen too. She is also very fond of music.

She attributes her success to her teachers and parents. She spoke high of the school principal, Mr Bhupinder Kapoor, and the Chairman, Mr Rajinder Kapoor, for their valuable guidance. Davinder plans to join Government College, Ludhiana, for further studies.

Ludhiana  
GGNIMT:
BCA students of the Gujranwala Guru Nanak Institute of Management and Technology excelled in Punjab Technical University by securing third, seventh and ninth position in BCA (Ist semester) examination.

Surbhi Handa got third position by securing 86.5 per cent marks; Anil Kumar got seventh position by securing 85.4 per cent marks; and Akash Srivastava got ninth position by securing 85.1 per cent marks.

Govt College for Boys: Amandeep Kaur Mangat of the Government College for Boys, Ludhiana, has stood first in MA I (English) conducted by Punjab University, Chandigarh. She secured 243 out of 400 marks.

GNIMT: Students of the Guru Nanak Institute of Management and Technology, Gujarkhan Campus, Model Town, Ludhiana, have secured top positions in the BBA (IIIrd semester) examination conducted by Punjab Technical University in December, 2003.

The GNIMT students bagged three positions in the overall merit list. Vaishali Khattar secured third position with 84.5 marks. She was followed by Catherine at the seventh place with 82.3 per cent marks; and Ramandeep Kaur secured eighth position with 81.5 per cent marks.

In the BCA (V) semester held in December, 2003, Amrit Pal Kaur secured fifth position in the university with 89.6 per cent marks. She was followed by Aditi Malhotra at eighth position with 88.1 per cent marks and Anudeep Kaur at 10th position with 87.9 per cent marks.

MTSM College: Students of the Master Tara Singh Memorial College for Women, Ludhiana, have done exceptionally well. Amandeep Kaur of Class XII secured 13th position in the Punjab School Education Board by securing 386 out of 450 marks. The college result is 98 per cent, while 50 per cent students have secured first division.

Satwinder Kaur of MA I (Punjabi) has secured sixth position in Panjab University and third in Ludhiana securing 253 out of 400 marks. In MA II(Punjabi), Meenu Bhatti has also secured sixth position in the university and third in Ludhiana district by securing 487 out of 800 marks.

In BA III, Harleen Kaur stood first by securing 76.5 per cent marks, while Harpreet Kaur second by securing 76.3 per cent and Jaspreet Kaur third by securing 76 per cent marks.

GND Engineering College: A week-long training programme on VSLI design started at Guru Nanak Dev Engineering College on Monday. Inaugurating the course, Prof H.P. Sinha, Executive Secretary and Project Director, ISTE, stressed on the need and importance of technical manpower in India and also briefly introduced the scenario of VLSI design and its importance. The course is sponsored by the AICTE and the ISTE.

The Principal, Dr R.P. Singh Sukerchakia, welcomed the chief guest and stressed on the importance of technical learning among the engineering college teachers. The course coordinator, Prof N.S. Grewal, described the importance of technical learning among the engineering college teachers. Prof Grewal described the significance of VIIDL language in the design of VLSI circuits and the importance of VLSI in IT revolution.

The key note address was delivered by Mr Arvind Dixit. Others who spoke on the occasion were Mr V.D. Joshi and Mr T.G. Nagvekar. Dr S.B. Singh proposed a vote of thanks.

According to Prof Kanwaljit Singh, this is the fourth consecutive course organised by the Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering.

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Girls learn garba, dandiya
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Ludhiana, June 21
The Nrutya Bharati School of Dance organised workshops on jewellery, rangoli, table etiquettes, sewing and embroidery for girls.
There are also workshops on dandiya, garba and Bharatnatyam. The Bharatnatyam workshop is being conducted by Dr Sreedhara A.R. of Bangalore.


Girls practice dandiya during a workshop conducted by the Nrutya Bharati School of Dance. ó Photo by IV
Girls practice dandiya during a workshop conducted by the Nrutya Bharati School of Dance

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