Jalandhar: The demand for making Phagwara a new district have started gaining pace. A joint meeting of representatives of almost all political parties of the city, prominent personalities, lawyers, writers and journalists was held recently in this regard. The participants at the meeting declared Phagwara a historic city with special political significance and sought district status for Phagwara. The speakers urged the state government to do the same without any delay. There are three large mills and two internationally renowned universities and more than two dozen quality educational institutions in Phagwara, they said. Phagwara, first being a part of the state of Kapurthala and then as a sub-division of Kapurthala district, has contributed a large share in the revenue and has made strides in development. The city also has the status of a corporation. During the meeting it was agreed that every political party and organisation should send a memorandum to the Capt Amarinder Singh on their behalf as this demand has been raised many times before.
Olympians visit campus
Lyallpur Khalsa College, Jalandhar, is proud to have produced great and eminent personalities in the field of academics, culture and sports. Five Olympians Manpreet Singh (captain), Harmanpreet Singh (vice-captain), Varun Kumar, Mandeep Singh and Hardik Singh arrived at the college. Principal Dr Gurpinder Singh Samra welcomed the Olympians. He said that Harmanpreet Singh and Varun Kumar are alumni of our institute. He said that these Olympians visited the college and saw the college playground, college buildings, gardens, botanical gardens and other infrastructure. He added that they were impressed by the overall environment of Lyallpur Khalsa College. He said that it is a matter of great pride for us that the shining stars of Indian hockey have come to our organisation. He informed that our institute is committed to provide all facilities to the students for their good performance in sports. He hoped that budding players would play on the newly established AstroTurf and taking inspiration from these Olympians.
Help Desk installed at KMV
The Department of Student Welfare of Kanya Maha Vidyalaya has installed Help Desk outside the college auditorium with the noble intent of extending guidance to the freshers and even the old students if required. Principal Prof Atima Sharma Dwivedi averred that the students who enter the threshold of an institution of higher education may have many queries and may feel lost at the times. The students and teachers from the Department of Student Welfare sit at the help desk throughout the day. Guiding the students regarding the time table and escorting them to the classrooms was done flawlessly and enthusiastically by the seniors. They will continue this practice for a complete month. The students on duty averred that they find a lot of satisfaction in being helpful to the juniors. The Department of Student Welfare had recently arranged guided tours for the new entrants to apprise them of the glorious institution and the facilities offered by it. Principal Prof Atima Sharma Dwivedi lauded Dr Madhumeet, Dean Student Welfare for this initiative.
Hindi debate contest organised
Vajra Corps Inter-APS Hindi Debate Competition was conducted at Army Public School, Jalandhar Cantt, all schools of 11 Corps from Amritsar, Beas, Tibri, Ferozepur, Kapurthala and Jalandhar participated in the event. The chief guest for the occasion was the Principal of the school, Dr Saksham Singh who marked the event open by lighting the ceremonial lamp. The event was conducted in two categories i.e. senior and junior. The topic of debate for the senior category was ‘Aazadi Se Purva Aur Paschat Ke Rajat Varsh- Kitne Dhumil Kitne Dhawal’ and for the junior category was ‘Corona Kaal Mein Chaatra Jeevan - Kyaa Khoya Kyaa Paya’. First the students of senior category, exhibited their debating acumen as per the alphabetical sequence decided. Anupam Mishra of APS, Tibri brought laurels to the school by procuring the title of the best speaker ‘For the motion’ and Kritika of APS, Jalandhar Cantt, acquired the title of the best speaker ‘Against the motion’ whereas Tamanna Yadav of APS, Amritsar bagged the position of the best interjector. APS, Jalandhar Cantt was declared the ‘Overall Winner’ of the competition whereas APS, Tibri grabbed the covetous position of being the first runners up and APS, Amritsar, was announced the second runners up.
KMV school teacher felicitated
Sanskriti KMV School faculty Nidhi Malhotra, PGT Computers, got felicitated in the “Des Raj Vedhara Memorial Best Teachers Award-II” hosted by DAV DRV Centenary Public School, Phillaur. She was honoured for the Best Innovative Practices inculcated towards developing fertile learning grounds for the students. Rachna Monga, Principal, congratulated, Nidhi Malhotra for the honours received and wished good luck for future endeavours. She extended good wishes to DAV DRV Centenary Public School for the encouraging event dedicated for the teaching fraternity.
Priya bags Rs6-lakh pay package
Priya, an MBA student of Management Department, Lyallpur Khalsa College Technical Campus, got placed at a pay package of Rs 6 lakh. A student of MBA -2020-2022 batch, she has been selected with Intellipat Pvt. Ltd. Bangalore. Selection process consisted of online group discussion, followed by telephonic interview rounds of HR and Sales Manager. Sukhbir Singh Chatha (Director, Academic Affairs) and Dr Inderpal Singh (HoD, Management) congratulated the student and her parents. Dr. SK Sood (Director, TC) also congratulated the student and her parents. TNS
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