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GNDU declares results

Amritsar: Guru Nanak Dev University (GNDU) has declared the results of Bachelor of Vocation (Fashion styling and grooming) Semester VI, Master of Vocation (Theatre & television production), Semester IV, Bachelor of Vocation (Animation) Semester VI, MA (Geography) Semester IV, Bachelor of Vocation (E commerce and digital marketing), Semester VI , MA (fine arts), Semester IV and M Design (Multimedia) Semester IV. The results would be available on the university website www.gndu.ac.in, said Prof Manoj Kumar, in-charge (examinations). The results of of session May 2020 too have been declared by varsity. TNS

Winners of online events honoured

Amritsar: The Punjab Police on Tuesday awarded the winners of various competitions organised by the Police Department in past one week to mark the Police Martyrs’ Day falling on October 21. Tanvi Agarwal of DAV Public School got the first prize in poster making competition while Palak Joshi of DAV International School and Naseem Khan of Hindu Sabha School got second and third prize respectively. Kashishdeep Kaur of Guru Harkrishan Senior Secondary Public School and Hridyajit Singh of Holy Heart Presidency School got first and second prize in essay writing competition respectively. Jasmeen Kaur of DDI School and Rajleen Kaur of Ryan International School were declared joint third and Harsifat Kaur got a consolation prize. In declamation contest, Aparjit Singh of Holy Heart Presidency School got first position. TNS

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