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DAV School, Amritsar, celebrates Hindi Diwas

DAV School, Amritsar, celebrates Hindi Diwas

Staff of DAV Public School celebrate Hindi Diwas on Tuesday.

Amritsar: DAV Public School, celebrated Hindi Diwas with fervour. On this day in 1949, the constituent assembly of India adopted Hindi written in Devangari script as the official language of the Union. During the special assembly organised by the teachers, they spoke about the importance of Hindi. They quoted Dr Rajendra Prasad, who said that Hindi as a language will bind the whole nation and play an important role in spreading harmony. Teachers emphasised that Hindi is one of the oldest and the most influential languages in the world and we should take pride in speaking our mother language. They also recited poems and sang inspirational song. Anita Mehra, Principal of the school while addressing the students said that Hindi is our pride and we should aim at giving it a global status.

Students recite poems in hindi

GGS students celebrate Hindi Diwas in Amritsar on Tuesday.

Students and staff of Government Girls School in Katra Karam Singh on Tuesday marked Hindi Diwas on the school premises. Students made colourful placards with messages in Hindi to promote the language and also recited poems and essays about the importance of Hindi. Teachers engaged the students by informing them about evolution of Hindi and its history in shaping the culture and socio-political influences in our country.

IIM to host IT, Analytics Conclave

Indian Institute of Management is all set to go live with Vyakriti, the Inaugural IT and Analytics Conclave on September 18. The conclave will be conducted in video conference mode with panellists joining from different parts of the country. Vyakriti aims to provide a dais where the veterans from the industry will interact and reflect with the budding managers on the recent trends and developments in IT and analytics. In the backdrop of the inauguration of a new batch of MBA- Business Analytics, the conclave will be a keystone in bringing the students closer to the industry expectations. The theme for the panel discussion this year would be ‘Evolving to Adapt; Digital Transformation in the Era of Disruption.’ IIM Amritsar would be hosting eminent panelists from diverse industries.

NEP discussed at length

School heads participate in Sahodya meeting in Tarn Taran.

Tarn Taran: The New Education Policy was discussed at a meeting held by different school heads of Sri Guru Arjun Dev Sahodya, affiliated to the CBSE. Gurcharan Kaur, principal, Mamta Niketan School, said, the heads of Mata Gujri Convent School Sarhali, Guru Nanak Dev Academy, Noordi Road, Amarpuri Public School, Goindwal Sahib, local KD International School, St Kabir Convent School Valtoha and others participated in the meeting. The school heads stressed upon the overall development of students and organising cultural and educational competitions in their respective schools. TNS/OC

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