miles for what they can ‘Net’ at home
Panjab University’s online-form initiative going waste
Panjab University, it seems, can’t wish away long queues of
admission-seekers on the campus. At least not this admission season.
Though these are early days yet as far as the take-off for admissions
at PU is concerned, queues are there to stay.
centralised admissions to Class XI finalised
The UT Education Department today finalised the schedule for
centralised admissions to Class XI of senior secondary government
schools in the city. The sale of prospectus for science, humanities,
commerce and vocational studies courses will begin from June 10 and
the last date for submission of the forms will be June 27.
SD College to shut doors on low
Goswami Ganesh Dutta Santan Dharma College (GGDSD), Sector 32, has
decided to say no to students who have scored anything less than 50
per cent in their Class XII examination for admission to BA I from
of govt colleges released
Mr D.S. Mangat, P.C.S. DPI (Colleges), U.T., Chandigarh released the
copy of the common prospectus today for all four Government Colleges
of Chandigarh which are Government College, Sector 11, Government
College for Girls, Sector 11, Government College for Girls, Sector 42,
and Government College, Sector 46.
|Mr D.S. Mangat, DPI (Colleges), UT, Chandigarh, releases a copy of the common prospectus for all four government colleges of Chandigarh on Monday.
is the buzzword these days
If IT was the buzzword in the city colleges a couple of years ago,
bio- technology is creating a similar stir this year. Already being
offered in the two city colleges - GGDSD College Sector 32 and GCG
Sector 42 ( as an elective subject), DAV College Sector 10 and
Government College Sector 11 are going to start the course this
more for admissions
Planning to study in a private college of the city? Then, get ready to
shell out some extra amount for under-graduate and various other
courses. While government colleges of the city are charging Rs 6465
per year for BA, DAV College, Sector 10, tops the list by charging Rs
11,000 for the same course.
Students getting information at a guidance office put up by Punjab University Students Union opposite the University enquiry office on Monday.
— A Tribune photograph
course at PU
interviews for BDS faculty
formula between Administration, Chandigarh Club in final stage
The compromise formula between the Chandigarh Club and Chandigarh
Administration is in its final stage. The club has sought for
modifications in the procedure of implementing the compromise and that
will be done once the Punjab and Haryana High Court reopens after its
City residents gather mangoes after the storm which lashed Chandigarh on Monday.
— Tribune photo by Karam Singh
neglecting Sec 25, allege residents
Residents of Sector 25 here have accused the local administration of
meting out a stepmotherly treatment towards the development and
beautification of the sector.
Chaudhary to hear grievances of safai karamcharis
The chairperson of the National Commission of Safai Karamcharis, Ms
Santosh Chaudhary will visit Panchkula on Tuesday to discuss the
alleged unjust removal of hutments of safai karamcharis of the Sri
Mata Mansa Devi Shrine Board by the administration.
Bassi, June 6
In less than 24 hours after a major fire destroyed a 220 KV power
substation at Saidpura village, the Punjab State Electricity Board
(PSEB) authorities restored power supply to all 116 villages and the
industrial belt, here today.
sought against contractors
A retired SDO of the Punjab State Electricity Board has demanded
action against electrical contractors who were illegally doing
business outside the gate of the office of the Board in industrial
hospitalised after snake bite
An employee of the Municipal Council was bitten by a snake while
cutting wild growth in the cattle pound area here today.
start signature drive
The Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM) today decided to start a
signature campaign from July 1 against alleged reservation on
religious basis in Aligarh Muslim University.
The chairman of the Chandigarh Sahitya Akademi, Dr Naresh, released
two books written by Sanskrit and Hindi scholar Dr Rajkumar Shandilya
at the akademi here today.