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Students bring laurels

Students bring laurels

Karnal: Six students of Dyal Singh Public School, main branch, brought laurels to the school, district and parents by winning inspire awards 'Manak' being executed by the Department of Science and Technology, Government of India to motivate students by fostering a culture of creativity and innovative thinking among them about science. Dhruvika, Sania and Mansha, students of Class IX received this award for 2022, while in 2021 --Urvi, Manan , Daksh and Mehul got awards. Earlier, in 2019, Bhumi and Brinda bagged this award. Principal Sushma Devgan and headmistress Priya Kapoor congratulated the students.

Students selected for science cong

Karnal: Dhruvika, a student of Class IX and Nishchay of Class VIII of Dyal Singh Public School, main branch, have been selected for the national-level competition in 29th National Children Science Congress conducted online by the Haryana Vigyan Manch. As many as 97 teams participated and presented their science models. Out of which 16 teams were selected for the competition. Students' seed balls prepared under the guidance of Jyoti Puri got selected at the national level which will be conducted in February, 2022. Principal, Sushma Devgun and headmistress, Priya Kapoor, congratulated the team and gave them their best wishes.

Indira Gandhi varsity signs pact

Rewari: Indira Gandhi University (IGU) authorities signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Vaish Mahasammelan, an outfit of Vaish Community, to carry out research work on Maharaja Agrasen. Vice-Chancellor Prof SK Gakhar said the project would enable researchers to conduct a study on the life of Maharaja Agrasen whose centuries-old teachings were still relevant in the welfare and uplifting of society. Rajiv Jain, state president of the Mahasammelan, Prof Mamta Kamra, Prof Tej Singh, Dean (Academic Affairs), Dean (Examination Affairs), ProfVijay Kumar, Dean (Student Welfare) were also among those present on the occasion.

Programme on road safety

Mahendragarh: The Central University of Haryana (CUH) in association with the Indian Road Safety Campaign organised a five-day faculty development programme (FDP) on the university campus. Vice Chancellor Prof Tankeshwar Kumar said every citizen should be aware and responsible towards road safety. Manas Chaudhary and Deepanshu Gupta of the Indian Road Safety Campaign apprised about the importance of the campaign. The president of ICT Pvt Ltd, Prof PK Sikdar and Dr Ankit Kathuria of IIT-Jammu were expert speakers.

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