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National Science Day celebrated

National Science Day celebrated

Students of Sanskriti KMV School during the National Science Day in Jalandhar. Tribune Photo

Jalandhar: The students of Sanskriti KMV School celebrated National Science Day. On this day, students while at home participated in experimental demonstration of various scientific concepts as guided by their teachers and shared it online with their teachers. The students were told that along with keeping pace with the technology, it is equally important to keep a strong grasp on the science facts as well. Rachna Monga, Principal, said that the day is celebrated to recall the contribution by Nobel laureate, physicist CV Raman on this day in 1928. She mentioned that school had initiated several programmes focused in developing scientific understanding and innovation both at national as

Innocent Hearts school

As per the CBSE guidelines, various activities were organised in Innocent Hearts School for the students from Classes V to XII on the occasion of National Science Day. The students prepared beautiful posters on the theme ‘Science: Technology and Innovation’. Students also expressed their views on the effects of science and technology on their work, education and ability. Biography of Dr CV Raman, in the form of video, showing his achievements related to human development was also sent to the students from grades V to XII. An online quiz competition was also held in which Einstein Group stood first. Teachers also made the students aware about the importance of National Science Day.

Eklavya School

Eklavya School celebrated National Science Day to commemorate the discovery of Raman Effect by Sir Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman. To celebrate his achievements, the students of the school organised some activities. A speech was given by Baldeep Kaur of Class IX in which she highlighted the path-breaking discovery of Raman Effect which lead to the winning of Nobel Prize by Prof CV Raman. Videos were shown to the students through which they came to understand the several aspects of science and technology and its growth in last few decades. The students of class 10th participated in the science quiz that was held online. The theme of the quiz was ‘Women in Science’. The students actively participated in the quiz. The students came to know about the contribution of women in the field of science. Director of Eklavya School, Seema Handa, appreciated the efforts done by the students.

State Public School

Students of Classes VII to XI of State Public School Jalandhar Cantt demonstrated various science experiments on the occasion of National Science Day. They showcased their instinct knowledge of why and how of various scientific principles. To boost their efforts, junior classes visited the exhibition to witness the performance and understand the concepts. President and vice-president of the group of State Public Schools Dr Narotam Singh and Dr Gagandeep Kaur, respectively, and Principal Savina Bahl, appreciated the efforts and wished them best of luck for their future endevours.

Workshop on effective skills

The Freudian Psychological Society of Hans Raj Mahila Maha Vidyalaya organised an online workshop-cum-interactive session on ‘Effective skills and techniques for school counsellors’. Dr Ashmeen Kaur, HoD, welcomed and introduced the resource persons Rajwinder, Gonica and Shilpi, who are school counsellors from reputed schools of Jalandhar. The resource persons in their sessions explained the stages involved in counselling, the process, the significance of rapport establishment and confidentiality in counselling, the effective counsellor’s skills. They also explained that how the efficient use of capabilities can promote growth and development. They explained the various techniques of counselling with the help of case studies. The faculty members Dr Venus Goyal, Anjana and Deepsha also attended the workshop. All the students of the Psychology Department participated in the workshop.

Digital library at KMV

Kanya Maha Vidyalaya has shifted library to a digital platform for the facilitation of the students. Library is providing the service of Open Access Catalogue to the students through which students can easily make out as which book is available in the library. Along with this, library also has numerous online resources/ databases namely N-list, DELNET, NDLI and many other web channels broadcast by MHRD, Government of India. All these resources are also available at college website. Facilitating the students, the library has also registered all the students on online resources platform. Principal Prof Dr Atima Sharma Dwivedi maintained that the students can now also take the benefits of library on digital platform as they will get all kinds of e-resources for their study in one single click.

Entrepreneurship Mission

Lyallpur Khalsa College Technical Campus in its endeavor to promote entrepreneurship has become member of National Rural Entrepreneurship Mission under Mahatma Gandhi National Council of Rural Education, Department of Higher Education, Ministry of Education, Government of India. The institute has also constituted Entrepreneurship Cell/Incubation cell with the mission of inculcating entrepreneurship among students. The institute has appointed team of Faculty members as faculty leaders, including Dr Inderpal Singh (HOD, Mgmt), Dr Tarunjit Singh, Dr Ritu Rana and Abhishek Sharma for handling wings of training placement, personality development, technology, repreneurship and rural engagement with the objecting of promoting startups and entrepreneurship. Sukhbir Singh Chatha congratulated the faculty members and students. TNS

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