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Message of fitness at CT Group

Message of fitness at CT Group

City residents participate in Weekend of Wellness programme organised by CT Group of Institutions in Jalandhar.

Jalandhar: Promoting the message of healthy living and fitness, CT Group of Institutions along with the support of Jalandhar Police Commissionerate and Rajan Syal’s Parindey organised Weekend of Wellness (WOW), amidst rain, in the open streets of Model Town on Monday. People of different age groups participated in this gala fitness event in which they broke into synchronised dance moves and pumping workouts in a traffic free zone. The event started with fun filled and healthy activities like yoga, cross fit, cycling, aerobics, Zumba, live dhol, gully cricket, open DJ, badminton, soccer, and many more.

Inter-house basketball tournament

Enthusiasm and talent were witnessed at their best at Delhi Public School when players from the four houses- Lavenders, Daffodils, Carnations and Orchids competed in the Inter-House Basketball Tournament. Principal Ritu Kaul declared the tournament open. Lavenders House boys team defeated Daffodils House boys team by 14 points. Amitoj Singh turned the game for Lavenders House by scoring 8 points and helped his team to get the one-sided 28-14 victory. In the girls match, Daffodils House beat Lavenders House by 25-19. Shambhavi performed exemplary in the match by scoring a half-court shot just as the match was about to end.

Lyallpur girls shine in judo meet

Lyallpur Khalsa College for Women won five silver medals and two bronze medals in the 43rd Jalandhar District Judo Championship and overall runner-up in senior category.From the senior category, Lovely was winner and won silver medal in 48 kg, Nisha won silver in 63 kg, Priya Nahar won silver in 70 kg and Palvi also won silver in 78 kg, while Kareena won bronze in 78 kg-plus. In junior category, Kareena won bronze medal in open category. Principal Dr Navjot applauded the winners and sportswomen of the institute. She also appreciated the guidance of Parminder Kaur, Assistant Professor, Department of Physical Education.

BCom (Hons) Sem IV result of KMV

The PG Department of Commerce and Business Administration of Kanya Maha Vidyalaya announced the result of BCom (Honours) Sem IV. Pawanpreet stood first by scoring 490/550 marks, second position is bagged by Khushi Malhotra by scoring 477/550 marks and Kashish scored 476/550 marks and stood at third position. It is pertinent to mention that 57 students from this class are the distinction holders. Principal Prof Atima Sharma Dwivedi congratulated the students.

Lecture on Civil Services Exams

Kanya Maha Vidyalaya organised an extension lecture on the topic ‘How to Crack Civil Services Exam’. The session was organised under the aegis of School for Competitive Exams. The resource person for the session was Dr Madhur Mahajan, PG Dept of Economics, GGDSD College, Chandigarh. Dr Madhur cited the examples of various rank holders of UPSC who had cleared the exam inspite of all adverse circumstances and financial constraints. He motivated the students to dream big and to invest 100 per cent of their time and efforts to convert their dreams into goals. He also addressed all the queries of students in a very lucid manner and cleared all their doubts and apprehensions regarding these exams.

Gift making workshop inaugurated

A three-day workshop for skill development among students at the local Hindu Kanya College, Kapurthala, was inaugurated by Principal Dr Archana Garg on Monday. Fifty students participated in the workshop organised by the Fashion Designing Department of the college. Dr Garg said the workshop would develop skills for manufacturing handicrafts related items by staying at home within the students. She told the students that on the occasion of festivals, when everyone spends a lot of money to give gifts and purchase goods for home decorations, these items can also be prepared well at home. She said it is very good if relatives are gifted with self-created handicraft items.

International Programmers’ Day

Computer Club of PG Department of Computer Science and IT celebrated International Programmers’ Day by organising special programming events. Two separate competitions were organised, one on “HTML and JavaScript” for testing Web Designing Skills and other on “C Language” for testing Logic Building Skills. In HTML and JavaScript event Diksha, Tripti and Devanshi of BCA third year stood first, second and third respectively. In C Language event, Sheetal stood first, Muskan Sharma- Muskan Kpaoor stood second, and Massarat-Ramnik and Deepali –Palak stood third. Gullagong, Sonia Mahendru, judged C language programming and Gurmeet Singh and Jagjit Bhatia judged HTML and Java Script event.

Seminar on Power of Positive Living

To maintain the optimistic mind set of students, Innocent Hearts Group of Institutions organised a seminar on topic “Power of Positive Living”. The resource person for the same was Mandeep Kaur (CEO, Simba Quartz). The seminar started with the welcome speech for the guest speaker by Anuradha (Assistant Prof, Management Dept). Mandeep Kaur started the session with motivational quote and enunciated that “When no one is with you, you still have you with yourself”, which inspires everyone to recognise their inner power for resolving difficulties of life. TNS

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