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PAU Notes

Death mourned
Dr M.S. Kang, vice-chancellor of PAU, has expressed deep sorrow over the demise of N.S. Bhullar, a senior journalist with Punjabi Tribune. Dr Kang said his untimely demise has left a void in the field of journalism.

Seed variety

Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana has recommended four new varieties of wheat, raya, gobhi sarson and linseed for cultivation in Punjab. These varieties, PBW 550 of wheat, RLC-1 of raya, GSC-6 of gobhi sarson and LC-2063 of linseed were approved in a meeting of Punjab State Variety Approval Committee.




Parul scores 90.6 pc in MBA
Our Correspondent

Ludhiana, August 17
A perfect blend of intelligence and hard work, Parul Munjal, has excelled in studies as well as job. After pursuing higher education abroad she intends to assist her father later.

Parul Munjal, a student of Guru Nanak Institute of Management & Technology (GNIMT) is on the top of the world as she has broken 90 per cent barrier of the college and scored 90.6 per cent marks in the final semester of MBA conducted in June this year.

Talking to Ludhiana Tribune she said, "I was offered a job by British Counselling Educational Services, Sarabha Nagar as manager counselling and started working in May while my exams were in June. So, I barely could spare time for my studies.”

Expressing her gratitude for her success she thanked her parents and teachers for their support. “Teachers would give me notes of the classes I missed due to my job while my parents guided me on managing studies with work,” said Parul excitedly. She plans to go to UK for her master’s degree. Disclosing her future plans Parul said, “After completing studies I will join my father in his business for which I chose finance as major subject in my MBA.” Saloni Gupta, another student of GNIMT secured 89.6 per cent and has stood third in the University. She said, "I got a job offer from a firm in Mumbai but will prefer to help my father in his tent business."

Congratulating the students, their parents and faculty on this remarkable achievement Dr (Col) H.S. Singha, director GNIMT, said such a performance reflects a high degree of commitment on the part of students as well as faculty.



From Schools & Colleges
Students exhibit scientific temper
Our Correspondent

Ludhiana, August 17
The skill, understanding and interest evinced by the students in science was displayed at the science exhibition held in Atam Public Senior Secondary School here on Friday. Models prepared by the students of classes VI to X raised the interests of viewers. Projects like producing electricity using wind energy, electro magnetic crane and functioning of human heart were outstanding models prepared under the supervision of Vandana, head science department.

RESULT: The declaration of MA-II (political science) brought laurels for Guru Nanak Girls College, Model Town. The college boasts of 100 per cent results with about 26 first divisions and 20 second divisions. Ramandeep Sharma clinched the first position in the college with 68 per cent. Second position in the college was bagged by Amandeep Kaur with 65 per cent while Narinderjit Kaur and Manjeet Kaur secured third position in college, with each getting 64.1 per cent.

ANNIVERSARY: 35th birth anniversary of Sri Aurbindo was celebrated by Sri Aurbindo College of Commerce & Management on Thursday by organising a paper reading contest. Ravi Verma, Goria Mangla and Anirudh were declared first, second and third respectively. The consolation prize went to Prabhdeep Kaur and Preetika Goyal.

ESSAY: The press club of Guru Nanak National College on Friday organised an essay writing competition on 60 years of Indian independence. Around 15 students participated. Mandeep Kumar of BA-III bagged the first position. Randhir Singh of BA-III was placed second while Manvinder Kaur of BA-II and Jatinder Kaur of BA-III were ranked third. Vivek Kumar, BA final and Megha Sharma of BA-II got the consolation prizes.

Mandi Ahmedgarh
FELICITATED: Kuldeep Kaur and Sapandeep of Swami Ganga Giri Janta Girls College, Raikot were felicitated on Friday by their institute. They scored 508 and 487 out of 800 in MA (political science) examination respectively. The exam was conducted by the Punjab University, Chandigarh.



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