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Dandiya dance at Ivy School

Dandiya dance at Ivy School

Students of the Apeejay College of Fine Arts participate in a saree draping competition in Jalandhar. Tribune photo

Jalandhar: Ivy World Play School organised “The Dandiya Vibrance 2021” for little Iviyans in the school campus. The “Dandiya dance activity” was conducted with great fervour under the guidance of management of the school, Director EnaVasal, CEO RaghavVasal, Principal Sanjeev Chauhan, and headmistress Shefali Sharma. Students came in shimmering traditional attires to the school. The dance performances of the students and the teachers with vibrant background music, lighted up the whole ambience. The glittering performances of little Iviyans were highly appreciated. The school extended their jovial gratitude towards the parents for their indispensable cooperation.

Webinar on biotechnology

A webinar on the topic “GM Crop Regulations: Scope and Opportunities using CRISPR-CAS9 Genome Approach” was organised jointly by the Department of Biotechnology and S. Balbir Singh Centre for Sciences at Lyallpur Khalsa College, Jalandhar. Dr Vinay Kumar Yadav from Central University of Bathinda was the key resource person. Dr Yadav explained about the use of latest gene editing technologies available for research and development and explained the use of CRISPR CAS9 in gene editing for disease resistance, better trait and higher yield in plants. He explained that these technologies are going to be very beneficial for the farmers and community.

World Mental Health Day observed

World Mental Health Day was observed at Delhi Public School to remind students that the mind needs to be cared equally as the body. This year World Mental Health Day comes at a time when our daily lives have changed considerably as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. A video and certain tips for good mental health were shared with the students of Classes I to XII. They were told about the five ways to well-being- keep a connect in relationships, stay active by engaging in a hobby or exercise, Take notice of the present and enjoy it, keep learning and indulge in acts of kindness.

Vedic Chetna Shivir at HMV

Vedic Adhyayan Society and the Sanskrit Department of Hans Raj Mahila Maha Vidyalaya, Jalandhar, organised a Vedic Chetna Shivir for the resident scholars of the college. More than 100 students participated in the shivir. The students were made aware about moral values, good behaviour, yoga and Vedas. Principal Prof Ajay Sareen addressed the students and said that the motive of our institution is not only to provide bookish knowledge to the students but to provide them value-based education and good attitude so that they can achieve greater heights in their life.

Make-up workshop organised

The Department of Cosmetology, Lyallpur Khalsa College for Women, organised a one-day workshop in association with Balish Makeovers. The makeup experts for the occasion were Ashish and Balraj. Various bridal and party makeup techniques were explained and demonstrated during this workshop. Ashish and Balraj explained different sort of make-up as per different skin types. They also demonstrated the usage of various products. Students and staff members also actively participated in the workshop. Principal Dr Navjot expressed her gratitude towards Balish Makeovers and appreciated the efforts of Palka, Department of Cosmetology for organising the workshop.

Lecture at CT Institute of Law

CT Institute of Law organised a seminar in which Advocate Manu Jindal Barrister and Solicitor Canada was the guest speaker. He delivered a lecture on the topic “How to become a Barrister and Solicitor in Canada?” He gave detailed information about how to become internationally educated legal professional. He focussed on the point that without following immigration process how an advocate can apply for the Barrister license in Canada. He enlightened the students about filing online application through the National Committee on Accreditation (NCA) process to become at par with Canadian Law Graduate and entitled to start the Law Societies’ Lawyers’ Licensing Process. The speaker enlightened the students about core subjects out of which five subjects of Canadian Administrative Law, Canadian Constitutional Law, Canadian Criminal Law, Canadian Professional Responsibility, and Foundation of Canadian Law are mandatory to crack.

Lecture on Eco-friendly Technique

GNA University organised a guest lecture on ‘Microwave Processing ‘An Eco-Friendly Technique’’ via the online platform. Dr Kanchan L. Singh, HoD, Applied Sciences, DAVIET, Jalandhar, was the resource person for this event. The sole objective of the lecture was to apprise the young scientists of the latest eco-friendly techniques. Dr Kanchan introduced microwaves along with its applications in space, cell phones, navigation, remote sensing etc. She explained various techniques for the generation of microwave energy. She also described the history of microwaves and gave contrast with the latest one. She explained the material processing in microwaves using thermal energy. Heating phenomenon occurring in microwave was the key interest of this guest lecture. Students understood various synthesis techniques of microwaves using different materials and their impacts through this event.

Nitika wins silver in Boxing C’ship

Nitika, a student of BA (Sem-I) of Kanya Maha Vidyalaya, won silver medal in Punjab Women Boxing Championship held at Patiala. Nitika bagged silver medal in 81-plus category of the tournament. She has also won gold medal in school state and also bagged a gold medal in U-25 departmental games before this accomplishment. Principal Prof Dr Atima Sharma Dwivedi congratulated Nitika on her achievement. TNS

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