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B. Pharma course begins at PCTE
Our Correspondent

Ludhiana, August 10
The All India Council of Technical Education, HRD ministry, approved PCTE Institute of Pharmacy for running a four year bachelors degree in pharmacy. Wg Cdr H.S. Gill (retd), chairman of PCTE, said the Institute of Pharmacy is equipped with the latest laboratories, library, computer labs and machines to train the young pharmacists for their future. Dr K.N.S. Kang, director, PCTE, informed that the new institution will cater to the growing needs of the country.

Teej

Teej, the festival of dance and colours was celebrated with much gaiety and fervour at Guru Nanak Khalsa College for Women, Oujarkhan Campus, here today. Chief guest for the day was noted Punjabi folk singer Pammi Bai who inaugurated the function. A ‘Teej Di Rani’ competition was also organised on the occasion. Meanwhile, the staff and students of S.D.P College for Women, Ludhiana, also celebrated Teej in the college here today. The college wore a festive look amidst an ambience of ‘Punjabiyat’. Kanwal Preet Brar, ADC and Sushil Gupta former dy mayor, Ludhiana, were the guests of honour. More than 30 girls participated in ‘Miss Teej’ contest.

Ryanites Shine

It was a day of celebration for the students of Ryan International as they bagged many prizes in the quiz, crossword, search and essay-writing competitions in the city finals of Horlicks Wiz Kid Contest. They bagged the first and second positions in the crossword and also the second spot in English essay-writing competition. Besides that, they also grabbed the shield for the ‘Best Dressed School’ and ‘Best Placards’.

DORAHA

Declaration

The participants of the declamation contest organised by Government High School, Rampur, today, stressed upon world peace, which they felt to be the only panacea for existing worldly disorders. They expressed concern for all developed and developing countries, who are surely going to face annihilation, if they continue with their discriminatory politics. The victims of Hiroshima and Nagasaki were also remembered on the occasion.

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