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From Schools and Colleges
‘Chak De India’ show for students
Tribune News Service

Ludhiana, October 6
ICFAI National College organised a special film show of “Chak De India” for the betterment of its management students in the college campus, here today. During the movie, students jotted down main points related to the management lessons. After the movie, a special session of group discussion was held. All the students of MBA first and third semesters participated in the discussion.

Medical camp

The NSS unit of the Guru Nanak Khalsa College for Women organised a medical check-up camp at the adopted slum area, Dr Ambedkar Nagar, here today. As many as 100 patients were examined by Dr Parveen from Apollo Clinic. Most of the patients were found suffering from various skin diseases like tuberculosis, asthma, anemia etc. The doctor gave prescriptions to the patients at the slum area. The volunteers also planted trees.

Dr Chatwal, Dr Neelam Sodhi and Dr Seema Kaushal delivered lectures on various topics.

The programme officers Parveen Arora and Gagandeep Kaur organised visits to the Old Age Home and Traffic Park.

Cultural programme

Malwa Central College of Education for Women, organised a cultural programme to welcome the new batch of “Would be Teachers” and to select Miss Fresher and other titles, here today. The students of BEd and MEd show-cased their talent in different items. Thirty-five students participated in Miss Fresher contest. The results of the contest are as follows: Miss Fresher: Hasmeen, first runner-up: Pooja, second runner-up: Anita, Best Constume: Shivani, Miss Beautiful Smile- Navlinder Kaur. The principal of the college, Dr Ravinder Kaur, presided over the function. Dr Mandeep Kaur organised and executed the programme.


An exhibition was presented by the students of Jain Public Senior Secondary School on the occasion of parent-teacher meet today. Seniors as well as juniors contributed a lot in bringing out their talents. Best out of waste was used in a unique way. Coasters, glass-covers, mats, magazine holders, dry-fruit trays, pencil boxes, mats, paintings and flower-pots etc were displayed by the students. The principal of the school Veena Sehgal appreciated the creativity of staff and students and gave away the prizes to the winners. 



Sessions judge elevated to HC 
Our Correspondent

Ludhiana, October 6
District and Sessions Judge Harbans Lal today relinquished the charge following his promotion as the Punjab and Haryana High Court judge. He will be administered an oath of office on Monday by Chief Justice of Punjab and Haryana High Court Vijender Jain.

Talking to Ludhiana Tribune, Harbans Lal said he would try to maintain the high standard of judiciary. He had joined as magistrate in Feburary 1977 at Sangrur. He joined here as the District and Sessions Judge on December 22, 2004. The highpoint of his tenure was successful organisation of the national level lok adalat in the city on April 10, 2005. In it more than 10,000 cases worth Rs 25 crore were settled through mediation and conciliation between the parties, providing much relief to the litigants, clearing huge backlog of cases and reducing the burden on courts.

Apart from this the Legal Services Authority organised a few seminars in the remote areas of district to create awareness among the people about their legal rights, free legal aid schemes provided to the weaker section of the socity and special lok adalats.

Today he was given a farewell party by his colleagues. District Bar Association president Hemant Kalia, secretray Ravinder Garewal, member of the Bar Council of Punjab and Haryana Balwinder Goel, former district Bar Association presidents K.R.Sikri and Naval Kishore Chhibber said whenever the legal fraternity faced any problem, Harbans Lal always extended full cooperation in solving the problems.



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