Ambala: Teej festival was celebrated at Bhartiya Public School, Ambala Cantt, with great fervour. To mark the day, several online class-wise activities were organised. Students. Principal Munish Jain has appreciated the endeavours of the participants.
Girls outshine boys
Yamunanagar: Dr RS Bawa, Pro-Chancellor, Chandigarh University, said girls were breaking the conventional barrier of society by outperforming boys in every fields at Chandigarh University. Be it academics, sports, campus placements research or entrepreneurship, the girls from Haryana are shining and proving their mettle with their outstanding achievements. While interacting with mediapersons, he said gone were the days when girls used to study only to bag a degree for improving their matrimonial prospects. Not only the girls are taking up careers in male-dominated areas but are also reaching at the top giving boys a tough competition. This can be ascertained by the fact that out of the total 1,140 students from Haryana who have bagged campus placements at Chandigarh University in 2020, girls accounts for 33 per cent of the total placed students from the state.
KU signs two pacts
Kurukshetra: To uplift entrepreneurship, start-up and innovative activities Kurukshetra University Technology Incubation Center (KUTIC), a component of Kurukshetra University RUSA Project Society (KUPRS), entered into an agreement with Chandigarh Angel Networks (CAN), Chandigarh, and Foundation for Innovation and Technology Transfer (FITT), IIT, New Delhi.While congratulating the teams of KURPS and KUTIC, Professor Som Nath Sachdeva, Vice-Chancellor, KU, said these agreements would help in developing cordial and amicable ecosystem for start-ups as well as encourage our alma-maters, students and faculties to build competencies in the areas of creativity-based IP and technology transfer through these agreements.
Inter-school poem recitation contest
Ambala: An inter-school poem recitation competition was organised by the Sanskriti Garima Manch, Ambala, in which approximately 10 schools participated. The theme was patriotism. Aarushi of Class XI (Arts) secured first position. Vikas Shukla of Class XII also gave excellent performance. Khushi Pal of Class X-M stood first and Wasvi of Class X-J received a consolation prize for their participation in the essay-writing competition on the cultural significance of their state. School Principal Ruchi Sharma appreciated the students and also the teachers of the Hindi department for the success.
Kite decoration at Teej celebrations
Rohtak: Shiksha Bharti Senior Secondary School celebrated Teej with great pomp and show. Activities such as cultural dance, kite decoration, kite flying, mehandi design, and spoon-and-sack race competition were organised. Indian traditional games were also organised during the celebrations.
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