Kids chose burning themes during the fancy dress competition at Abohar on Monday. A Tribune photograph
DAV College wins quiz contest: The DAV College of Education has won the trophy in the PU inter-colleges quiz competition that was organised by the Bhag Singh Hayer College for Women at village Kala Tibba near here on Monday. The winning team comprised Jugwinder Singh, Brij Lal and Poonam. They were awarded trophy by Dr GS Chauhan, former director of the Regional Centre of the PAU, Colonel Dilbagh Singh, commanding officer, of the second Punjab NCC Independent Company and Dr Parminder Sharma, principal of the host college.
Scribes win:The Patarkar XI defeated Councillors XI in a friendly cricket match at the SD College, Sriganganagar on Sunday. MC chief Jagdish Jandu was also present.
Blood donation camp: The Paul Merchants Ltd (PML) organised a blood donation camp on the eve of Republic Day at the Mall, Hanuman Chowk, Bathinda. The event was organised in association with the Red Cross Society to pay tribute to all who sacrificed their lives in the freedom struggle and contributed to attainment of Independence. About 50 people donated blood on the occasion.
Camp for MBA aspirants: MBA is the most sought after professional course among the final year graduate students of Bathinda followed by BEd, commerce, computer applications etc. The information was given by the team of Chandigarh-based Aryans Group of Colleges after meeting students of various colleges of Bathinda. The team of CAT allied ABS is in the city for an MBA awareness camp. ABS chairman Anshu Kataria described MBA course as a career booster. An illustrative presentation was made on the occasion.
Class X mock test on Feb 14:The Harbhajan’s Institute of Competition is holding a mock test for class X on February 14 for north Punjab, Sirsa and Sriganganagar districts.Dr Syal said the test was being organised at the Harbhajan’s Institute, Bathinda.He said the institute gives free medical and non-medical coaching to the winners of the first three positions. Besides, if any student wants to do a BTech course, the Guru Ram Das Institute of Enggineering and Technology here provides them with four years of coaching.The institute awards scholarships of Rs 3,000 to the students securing fourth to 20th rank.
Invited:Dr Rakesh K Jaswal, director, cardiology, Fortis Hospital, Mohali, has been invited to the Complex Cardiovascular Therapeutics 2010 as an international
faculty.The event will be held between January 28 and 30 at The Kobe International Exhibition Hall and Portopia Hotel in Kobe, Japan.
The Complex Cardiovascular Therapeutics 2010 brings together the finest exponents of coronary intervention to showcase “real world” live demonstrations with emphasis on complex lesion types. CBM meet postponed: The general body meeting of the Chandigarh Beopar Mandal (CBM), scheduled for January 31 to announce the election schedule, has been postponed.According to information, the meeting has been postponed in the backdrop of the ongoing case in the District Courts here. A petition has challenged the eligibility of the current president Charanjiv Singh to contest the election for the third term.
CBM meet postponed: The general body meeting of the Chandigarh Beopar Mandal (CBM), scheduled for January 31 to announce the election schedule, has been postponed.According to information, the meeting has been postponed in the backdrop of the ongoing case in the District Courts here. A petition has challenged the eligibility of the current president Charanjiv Singh to contest the election for the third term.