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World Heritage Day celebrated in Ambaa

World Heritage Day celebrated in Ambaa

Ambala: The Indian National Trust of Art and Cultural Heritage (INTACH), Ambala, celebrated World Heritage Day at the British Cemetery on the Jagadhari road. Schoolchildren, teachers and members of INTACH participated in the event. The strength was limited due to Covid-19 situation, and it was ensured all participants wore masks and followed social distancing. Children and teachers first stood at the Indira Chowk, displaying banners to make people aware of the day. Seeing children standing for a cause, the passers-by cheered and applauded them. Led by Col RD Singh (retired), convenor, the participants walked from the Gita Gopal chowk to the famous British Cemetery. As they walked, they picked up polythene bags and litter on the way to spread the message of civic sense and cleanliness.

Central varsity, NIFTEM sign MoU

Mahendragarh: Central University of Haryana, Mahendergarh, signed an MoU with the National Institute of Food Technology Entrepreneurship and Management (NIFTEM), Kundli, to promote research and development activities in the fields of applied research, industry oriented innovation, resource sharing, human resource development, exchange of faculty and students for training. “The MoU will help in providing skill-based training for budding entrepreneurs in food science and technology, food quality control and food processing,” said Prof RC Kuhad, Vice-Chancellor.

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