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Tributes paid to slain soldiers

Tributes paid to  slain soldiers

Students of St Soldier Group of Institutions, Jalandhar, pay tributes to five soldiers who were killed in an encounter during a search operation at Dera Gal in Poonch district.

Jalandhar: Students of Saint Soldier Group of Institutions paid tributes to five brave soldiers who were killed in an encounter during the ongoing search operation at Dera Gal in Poonch district of Jammu and Kashmir and school teachers who were killed in terrorist attack in a school of Srinagar. The students appealed to everyone to stand against the terrorist attacks together. Students Diksha, Aarushi, Aakriti, Vanshika, Bani, Nishtha, Tripti, Mansi, Rehan, Prabhsimran, Yashik, Karthik, Sukhman, Krishna and Riddhima made posters of peace, condemning the attack and lit candles.

Janvi 2nd in poster-making contest

Janvi, a student of Sanskriti KMV School, has brought laurels to the school and her parents Baljinder Kumar and Sunita Rani. With her dynamic initiatives, she has secured a certificate of achievement with the second position in All-India Inter-School Poster Making Competition held by Young Leaders for Active Citizenship (YLAC) under its digital champions programme. Her poster presentation was based on safeguarding from the dark clouds of the internet. The school has opened this skill enhancing online platform for the students as an exposure to discover new learning and presentation avenues.

Interview techniques course

The Personality Development Centre of Doaba College, Jalandhar, organised a 15-day interview techniques course for NCC cadets. Prof Sandeep Chahal-Coordinator of Personality Development Centre taught in detail about various modules of SSB –Service Selection Board interviews viz WAT-Word Association Test ie framing of positive psyche reflecting positive and negative sentences, TAT-Thematic Apperception Test ie writing positive thought story, SRT-Situation Reaction Test writing response in online line on a given situation and group discussion modules reflecting officer like qualities.

University B.ED result

Innocent Hearts College of Education achieved 100 per cent first divisions in the aggregate result of GNDU BEd Examination (2019- 2021). Eight per cent student-teachers achieved distinctions and 43 per cent student-teachers grabbed more than 70 per cent marks. Ria Mahajan achieved first position in the college with 76.1% aggregate marks, Japleen Kochhar bagged second position with 75.5 % aggregate marks and Reema Rani got third position in the college with 75.4% aggregate marks of all the four semesters.

Scout Camp at DAV Public School

The Scout and Guide Unit of Police DAV Public School organised a three-day 3rd Sopan Camp from October 11 to 13 under the directions of Principal Dr Rashmi Vij. It was attended by Hemant Kumar, State Training Commissioner, Scouts and Guides and Neeta Kashyap, State Organising Commissioner, Scouts and Guides. As many as 230 students participated in the camp and were trained in various activities like scout motto, prayer, scout laws, gadget making, first aid kit making and tying up of varied forms of knots. Baljeet Singh and Falki Shukla were the organisers of all activities.

Top rankers of Bachelor of Design

Students of Bachelor of Design (Sem-III) of Apeejay College of Fine Arts made their college proud by bagging top positions. Danish Jain scored 561/600 and bagged second position in Guru Nanak Dev University examinations. Anshika Puri scored 557, Akshita Jain scored 542, Bhanwi Sharma and Kashish Sharma scored 538 and Khushi Kaur scored 535 out of 600 and bagged 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th positions, respectively. Principal Dr Neerja Dhingra congratulated and appreciated the hard work of students and motivated them to keep the spirits high throughout the session.

Sanjana wins silver in Wushu C’ship

Sanjana Sharma, a student of DIPS School, Bhogpur, participated in 24th Punjab State Wushu Competition and won silver medal. School principal Gurveen Kaur remarked that Sanjana was tutored under the guidance of sports advisor Manmohan Singh. She achieved this feat in the 60 kg category in the competition organised by Sangrur World Association. MD Tarwinder Singh, CAO Ramneek Singh, CEO Monica Mandotara congratulation the Sanjana and encouraged her for forthcoming competitions.

KMV students shine in Vedic Olympiad

Kanya Maha Vidyalaya’s PG Department of Mathematics students of Certificate Course in Vedic Mathematics have brought laurels to the college by bagging gold, silver and bronze medal in the first international Vedic Olympiad conducted by Institute of Advancement of Vedic Mathematics, UK. Nidhi bagged gold medal, Pallavi and Prabhkirat got silver medal, Mansi and Bharti bagged bronze medal in this Olympiad respectively. Nidhi also bagged the third rank in open category globally, therefore she was the only student from India who secured her place among the top scorers from all over the world in this international Olympiad.

Career Counselling seminar at LKCW

The PG Department of Commerce and Management, Lyallpur Khalsa College for Women, conducted one-day seminar on “Career Counselling” in the college campus. The resource person was Vipin Khandwal, Director, Times Academy. He shared his views on how to select the career, ways to overcome the barriers and preparing a bright future. He helped in imparting valuable information and bringing a spark in the minds of students. Principal Dr Navjot expressed her gratitude towards Vipin Khandwal and appreciated the efforts of Dr Jaswinder Kaur, Head, P.G. Department of Commerce and Management, for organising such a seminar. TNS

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