Session on emergency medical care

Session on emergency medical care

A workshop under way at Amritsar Group of Colleges.

Amritsar Group of Colleges, Amritsar (Pharmacy), organised a one-day workshop on “First aid and emergency medical care” to commemorate the World First Aid Day. Dr Nidhi, Medical Officer, Shri Ram Educational Society, Amritsar, was the Resource Person. Staff and students of the college attended the workshop. It covered various aspects related to first aid in different emergency situations and the response of the first aid provider in the emergency conditions. Various first aid activities, including CPR, monitoring of blood pressure, making and putting splint etc. were demonstrated. Dr Sachin Saggar, Principal, Amritsar Group of Colleges, Amritsar (Pharmacy), said that accidents can happen in workplaces, homes etc. and timely first aid makes the difference between life and death therefore it’s important to be acquainted with various first aid techniques. TNS

NIRF-2021: GNDU 8th in engg discipline

Amritsar: GNDU has emerged as the only multi-speciality university in Punjab and its neighbouring states that has obtained position in the National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) 2021. Contesting for the first time in the engineering discipline, it has been ranked at 8th position among the multi-speciality universities of the country. State-of-the-art infrastructure, dedicated teaching-learning practices, curriculum enrichment, high employability, quality publications in highly cited national and international research journals are the key concerns to popularise GNDU’s engineering education not only in India but across the world. High quality research in engineering and other disciplines has improved the H-index of the university from 64 to 115 with top 10 per cent highly cited papers in Scopus. Its successful engineering graduates have brought laurels for the university in India and in many parts of the world.

DAV College 247th in NIRF

Dr Rajesh Sharma, principal, DAV Colege, said it’s a proud moment for the institution that DAV College has bagged excellent position in Punjab in and in overall ranking. It has received 247th position throughout the country. He added that 90 per cent of the parameters in NIRF are completely objective and fact-based, while only 10 per cent is based on the subjective parameters by academic peers and employers. Acknowledging that Indian institutions also struggle on the “internationalisation” parameter in global rankings, he expressed confidence that the NIRF ranking will reach a point where international institutions will want to be included in the Indian ranking system rather than vice versa. Overall, 3,771 institutions registered in the ranking framework this year, which is a 20 per cent increase in comparison to last year. All parameters are normalised to keep them size- and age-independent so as to ensure that larger and older institutions do not get any undue advantage.

Interactive meet organised

An interactive session of the Principals’ of DAV Institutions was held at DAV Public School, Lawrence Road, Amritsar, on Monday. The session was chaired by Dr JP Shoor Director PS – I and aided schools. The objective of the session was to review the schools achievements in the previous and current sessions. Dr Shoor extended his appreciation to all the principals for the excellent Board results . He discussed the need of improving performance in games and sports besides academics. Later, he discussed the need to work on internal systems for better performance and satisfaction of all stake holders. He stressed upon the need for giving hearts minds and souls to nurture students, the things they see as vital to their education, critical to their success and important for their future.

Cleanliness and Environment Award

Saint Soldier, Jandiala Guru, was given an “A Grade” rating in the the category of ‘Clean and Pure Environment Award’ for creating a green environment in the school and for the excellent campus with excellent hygiene arrangements by FAP (Federation of Private Schools) and Association of Punjab (Regd). Mangal Singh Kishanpuri, Director and Principal Amarpreet Kaur were honoured with a commemorative “FAP Awards” trophy and certificate.

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