Jalandhar: DIPS School, Suranussi branch, organised a mathematics activity in the pre-primary wing to help students learn Maths with fun activities. In this activity, various shapes, currency, weight, time etc activities were planned. Students were taught about the concepts related to their daily life. A stationery stall was set up where in students purchased item by giving currency. They were taught to prepare a bill and further how to check it. The activity was divided into classes in which activities such as counting etc were performed. Students played number games and enjoyed. They were also enlightened in the ways to go to the market and purchased various items. Principal Bela Kapoor remarked that when children are taught in a unique fun while learning concept then students thoroughly take interest in learning maths in a playway technique. These activities are a source of learning as well as removing fear of mathematics and students also clarify their doubts easily.
Inter-class poetry competition
The Punjabi Sahit Sabha of Postgraduate Punjabi Department of Hans Raj Mahila Maha Vidyalaya organised an Inter-Class Poetry Recitation Competition in context of 75 years celebration of India’s Independence. Students from various streams and classes participated in the competition in all the three languages - English, Hindi & Punjabi. The topics of the poems were love for country, importance of relations, social evils, women sensitivity and environmental issues. Around 30 students participated in this competition. In Punjabi poetry, Kirti got the 1st prize, Simranjeet got 2nd prize and Charu got 3rd prize. In English poetry, Harpreet Kaur got 1st, Jyot Sifat got 2nd and Aashima got 3rd prize. In Hindi poetry, Sheetal got 1st, Aanchal got 2nd and Roohani got 3rd prize.
Workshop on self-analysis
Kanya Maha Vidyalaya has introduced many innovative programmes at its campus of which one is on personality development. A workshop held on ‘Self Analysis, Self Confidence and SWOT Analysis’ was held. The resource persons for the workshop were Karandeep Gulati and Riteish. Karandeep highlighted the importance of developing a positive attitude to become successful in life. She also discussed about the peculiar problem of mental illness which is on a rise these days. She urged the students to open up, believe in themselves and also motivated them to accomplish their goals. Stressing on the importance of developing a strong personality, Riteish motivated the students to embark on a journey towards betterment and success. Principal Prof Atima Sharma Dwivedi averred that such workshops were beneficial for the growth of the students.
DAV University holds e-conference
DAV University organised an international e-conference on ‘Intellection, Innovation and Implication in Chemistry IIIC-2021’. Around 150 participants across the world were registered in this intellectual meet. Vice-Chancellor Dr Jasbir Rishi welcomed all distinguished speakers, faculty members, research scholars and delegates from various institutions. Dr KN Kaul, Registrar, introduced keynote speaker and renowned scientist Prof Hirotaka Ihara (President, National Institute of Technology, Okinawa College Japan) and congratulated the Department of Chemistry for this initiative. Dr RK Seth, Dean Academics, talked about the aim of this conference for expanding the possibilities in various fields of chemical sciences and focusing on accelerating the new advancements in the field of technology by utilising principles of chemistry. TNS
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