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Disability awareness day at Lyallpur Khalsa College Technical Campus

Disability awareness day at Lyallpur Khalsa College Technical Campus

The NSS committee of Lyallpur Khalsa College Technical Campus observed International Day of Disability Awareness.

Jalandhar: To create awareness to help persons with disabilities among faculty and students, the NSS Committee of Lyallpur Khalsa College Technical Campus observed International Day of Disability Awareness. The students and faculty members from different departments donated money to Rashtriya Andh Vidyalaya, Jalandhar. The aim of the event was to help that people who are having disabilities so that they are able to take part fully in society. Dr RS Deol (Dy Director KCL Group) highlighted the importance of such events by saying that it encourages us to help others who are in need and motivated the students and faculty members to take active part in such events because such events are very much required for the benefit of society.

Webinar on design thinking

Hans Raj Mahila Maha Vidyalaya hosted an online session on “Design Thinking” under the initiative of Institutional Innovation Council. President IIC Dr Anjana Bhatia gave a formal welcome to resource person Partap Rajput. He described design thinking as the backbone of the solution to any problem. It is the process of finding the problem, thinking design and finding solution. It is a process of solving problems by prioritising customer needs above all else. He discussed what, why and how of design thinking. He gave lots of examples to make students understand the concept of “design thinking”. He said design thinking follows empathy, defining the problem, ideating, prototype designing and testing the dummy design.

University positions

Students of BBA (Sem V) of Apeejay College of Fine Arts have again shown their academic excellence in Guru Nanak Dev University examination. Niharika bagged fourth position with 249/350 and Pawni secured ninth position with 244/350. Principal Dr Neerja Dhingra congratulated the winners and wished them every success with bright future in their life. She congratulated and applauded the efforts of Monica Mogla, HOD, Department of Commerce, Payal Arora and Talwinder Kaur for motivating and encouraging the students to achieve their goal.

Eight DAVIET students get jobs

Eight students from various departments of DAVIET were selected for Whitehat Jr, who will work for the company and pursue their degree simultaneously. The selected students will get monthly stipend of Rs 12,000 plus incentives up to Rs 12,000 per week and after completion of degree their pay package would be 3 LPA to 5 LPA. The company has selected the students after technical and HR interview. The selected students Neha Sareen, Parneet Kaur, Shreya Arora, Pawni, Shubahngi, Muskan Jain, Sakshi Sadana and Nilakshi Ayri had shared that they had started preparing for the placement drive early and concentrated on developing their interpersonal skills along with the enhancing their knowledge about the core areas.

Brainstorm competition organised

The PG Department of Commerce and Business Administration of Kanya Maha Vidyalaya organised online National Inter College Competition - Brainstorm. The competition witnessed participation from different parts of India including Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, Karnataka and Madhya Pradesh. Six activities were planned — Logoli, E-quiz, poster making, business plan, business tycoons and rumours and humour in promoting Covid products. TNS

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