Jalandhar: Students of Apeejay College of Fine Arts bagged top positions in IT Euphoria (Inter College Tech Fest) organised by KMV, Jalandhar. Priyanshu Chanana and Falak Mugrai, students of BCA (Sem V) stood first in the event titled ‘Net Savvy’, and Priyanshu Chanana also got second position in IT Quiz (Solo) whereas Falak Mugrai got third position in the same event. In Logic Building (Group), Chetanya Nanda and Jaskaran Preet students of BCA (Sem V) bagged the second position. Hitin Khurana of BVoc. (Contemporary Dance) Sem II stood first in solo dance. Principal Dr Neerja Dhingra congratulated the students as well as the Department of Computer Science especially IT Forum incharges Pallavi Mehta and Rohit Chawla for displaying excellence in all categories of events organised during the occasion.
Summer Camp organised
Ivy World School organised a special summer camp for the students of Kindergarten wing and Classes 1 – VIII. The motive of this camp was to focus primarily on the creative talents of the participating children and to take them out of the routine of learning stress and enjoy the summer in a fruitful manner. The camp saw an overwhelming participation by the students, eager to avail the rich experience this camp offered in sports, craft, music and dance. Numerous activities were meticulously designed and organised for the children to refine their skills as well as to entertain them.
Delhi Prant Paryavaran Partiyogita
Students of Kanya Maha Vidyalaya Collegiate Sr Sec School including Simran Sharma and Ritika of Plus One Arts, Sakshi of Plus One Medical and Prabhjit Kaur of Plus Two Commerce procured certificates of appreciation by participating in online environment conservation activities by the Delhi Prant Paryavaran Partiyogita on World Environment Day. Principal Prof Atima Sharma Dwivedi averred that the students of KMV are fully honed and always participate in plethora of meaningful activities organised by the college for the holistic development.
Bandhna Nautiyal 2nd in quiz contest
Bandhna Nautiyal, a student of Lyallpur Khalsa College, has got second place in the inter-college online quiz competition conducted by DAV College of Education Abohar on the occasion of World Environment Day. Nearly 70 students from different colleges participated in this competition. Principal of the college, Dr Gurpinder Singh Samra, congratulated the winning student and encouraged her to continue such efforts. He said we are proud of our students who not only develop their personality by achieving laurels in academics but also shine in extracurricular activities. He said the environment should be kept clean and we should plant as many trees as possible to take care of the environment so that a pollution free environment could be created.
Alumni Talk on state of industry
An online alumni talk was organised by the School of Engineering, Lyallpur Khalsa College Technical Campus. Alumni of various departments shared their experiences in the industry sector and guided their juniors to be industry ready. They encouraged the students and gave pin point solutions that will help the students to increase their employability skills and will become good technocrats. Kajal Satija, alumnus of CSE Department and System Engineer, TCS, highlighted the importance of Java and its position from the industry point of view whereas Muskan Gulati, alumnus of CSE Department and Software Engineer, Bebo Technologies made the validation to the use of Python and its wants in the changing world of technology. Rohit Duggal, alumnus ECE Department Automation Engineer, at Guru Kirpa Automation, Mandi Gobindgarh, made the students aware about the use of automation in industry to increase productivity, accuracy and to reduce manufacturing time and interacted with the students to share his experience related to career and professional life.
FDP on Advance Technologies
Phagwara: GNA University organised a two-day faculty development programme (FDP) on Advance Technologies in 3D and VFX Industry. The FDP was conducted by the VFX Supervisor Magesh Palkrit, Legend 3D. The objective of the FDP was to give the faculty and students of animations knowledge about VFX production and techniques, virtual production process, and game development and case study of Hollywood films. Harsh Chaturvedi, Contiloe Pictures, one of the resource persons of the FDP, shared his experiences in the field of 3D covering up the topics like intro to 3D, various roles in 3D and planning, pros and cons of using 3D and intro to modeling and UV and how to make the most use of it. All these angles were touched in detailed for the better comprehension of the students. Gurdeep Singh Sihra, Pro- Chancellor, GNA University lauded the efforts of the Faculty of Animations and thanked the resource persons for taking interest in the FDP.
Online Slogan-writing competition
The Department of Fine Arts, Kamla Nehru College for Women, Phagwara, conducted an online inter-class slogan writing competition on the theme “Punjabi Culture and Heritage”. A total of 25 students from various classes participated in this competition and exhibited their artistic skills by portraying different aspects of Punjabi culture. First prize was shared by Harleen Kaur (BA-I) and Harleen Kaur (+2), second by Sonali (BA-III) and Tanya Kaur(BA-II) and third by Harmeet Kaur and Kamalpreet Kaur (+2). Roman Kaul (BA II) and Navdeep Mehmi (BA-I) received consolation prize. Dr Priyanka Aeri and Monika acted as the jury members of this competition. Principal Dr Savinder Pal congratulated Dr Sudhamani Sood for organising the competition. TNS
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