Rewari: Indira Gandhi University organised 'Fit India-Run for India' to commemorate the 75th anniversary of Independence. The run was flagged off by Vice-Chancellor Prof SK Gakhar while 175 NSS volunteers, teachers and non-teaching employees participated in a 2.5 km-long race that started from the university campus. The VC motivated the morale of participants by running with them. Speaking on the occasion, Prof Gakhar said everyone must keep his/her healthy by playing sports and doing exercise.
CUH gets NCTE nod for MPEd course
Mahendragarh: The Central University of Haryana (CUH) has got the approval from the National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE) to run an MPEd course from the current academic session. Vice-Chancellor Prof Tankeswar has described this course as important for the availability of trained youth in this field. The course will have 40 seats. The process of admission will be started soon and the bachelor of physical education and bachelor of sports science degree holders will be given a chance to get admission in the course, he added.
Ganesha Chaturthi celebrated
Karnal: Ganesh Chaturthi was celebrated at Mount Litera Zee School. The ceremony of lighting the lamp and reciting hymns and aarti was conducted by the principal, co-ordinators, and teachers. A virtual assembly was also organised to sensitise the students about the importance of Ganesh Chaturthi. The significance of the celebration was explained to the students, and emphasis was laid on eco-friendly means of enjoying the festival.
International Literacy Day
Faridabad: The National Service Scheme (NSS) wing of DAV Institute of Management, Faridabad observed International Literacy Day recently. Dr Ritu Gandhi Arora, officiating principal, said the main aim behind the programme was to spread awareness on the importance of literacy for equitable and progressive growth of the society. This year, the theme is "Literacy for a human-centered recovery: Narrowing the digital divide". An Inter college e-quiz was also organised in which 200 students from various colleges participated in the event. As many as 108 students scored more than 80 per cent marks. E- certificates were issued to all participants.
Faridabad:Dr Krishan Kant, principal, Aggarwal College, Ballabgarh has been awarded with a special prize in recognition of his contribution through innovation and inspiration to achieve educational excellence by propagating the concept of teaching and administration. A certificate of honour was given at a function held at the Indo Islamic Culture Centre Lodhi road, New Delhi recently to mark the occasion of the Teachers Day.
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