EDUCATION NOTES

St Bede's unit celebrates with village

St Bede's unit celebrates with village

The NSS unit of St Bede's College organised 'Sharing of Christmas' with Dhanaan village under Dhalli panchayat, which has been adopted by the college. The students gave a message of peace, love and hope through a Christmas skit. As many as 23 families from the village were given gifts and ration.

Research on medicinal plants

The Government Pharmacy College, Seraj, and Dr Yashwant Singh Parmar University of Horticulture and Forestry, Nauni, Solan, signed a memorandum of understanding today to take up research and development in cultivating medicinal plants and medicinally important herbal products. The Government Pharmacy College, Seraj, and Dr Yashwant Singh Parmar University of Horticulture and Forestry, Nauni, will work jointly in the product development of medicinal and aromatic plants in the Seraj valley. Staff members of Government Pharmacy College, Seraj, expressed gratitude to the Nauni university authorities.

50 principals take part in conclave

Principals from over 50 schools attended a conclave organised by the Shoolini University at Mandi to discuss various aspects of education. Among others, principals of Cambridge International School, DAV Centenary School, Mahavir Public School, St. Francis Convent, Sai Star Senior Secondary School participated in the conclave. Ashish Khosla, Founder of Shoolini University, and Dr Ashoo Khosla, Director of Learning at Shoolini University, were present at the event to discuss the new-age careers and the New Education Policy with school leaders.

SFI holds protest at hpu

The SFI held a protest in the Himachal Pradesh University, Shimla, on Tuesday to highlight the issues they have been raising over the last several months. Claiming that the saffronisation of the university and commercialisation of education was going on unchecked, the SFI alleged that ABVP activists attacked the SFI members as when they raised matters related to students' welfare on the campus.

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