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Hindi Diwas celebrated at Apeejay School, Mahavir Marg

Hindi Diwas celebrated at Apeejay School, Mahavir Marg

Students of Apeejay School, Mahavir Marg, celebrate Hindi Diwas in Jalandhar on Tuesday. Tribune photo

Jalandhar: Apeejay School, Mahavir Marg, observed Hindi Diwas celebration on the Zoom platform. The programme was organised by the Hindi department and presented by a very talented group of young performers and presenters from Classes III to XII. The celebration commenced with a speech by Mannat Aggarwal. The dance performances of Yash and Misha and a musical act by Sadhya were mesmerising. Saksham and Aarnav presented poems saluting the richness of our national language. Principal Girish Kumar underscored its significance in connecting us to our roots.

Innocent Hearts College of Education

Innocent Hearts College of Education celebrated Hindi Diwas with fervour. By reciting the couplets of Kabir, Rahim and Tulsi Das in Hindi language, the student-teachers spread the message that Hindi language is the soul of our cultural heritage. A virtual play on the theme of preserving and disseminating Hindi language to the coming generations in its pure form by not mixing it with the other languages was artistically enacted by Neha Sareen, Nishu Walia, Shikha Sanan, Mitali Rana, Preeti and Amanpreet Kaur. Principal Dr Arjinder Singh congratulated all participants and e-certificates were given to all.

MGN College of Education

MGN College of Education celebrated Hindi Diwas in the college premises. On this day, student of the college Priya with her speech emphasised the unifying value of Hindi as a language. Shelly Devi, with her poem ‘Hindi Hamari Shaan Hai’, showed her love and respect for Hindi language as an Indian. Deeksha with her speech threw light on the objective of celebrating ‘Hindi Diwas’. Kajal with her poem entitled ‘Bharat Ki Bhasha Hindi’ depicted her affinity for Hindi language. Shelly Devi mesmerised the audience with her beautiful song ‘Hindi Ka Parcham Uda’. Principal Neelu Jhanji said every Indian should feel proud to speak in their mother tongue.

Lyallpur Khalsa College for Women

The PG Department of Hindi, Lyallpur Khalsa College for Women, celebrated Hindi Diwas on the campus. Various competitions were organised such as poems, path, poster making, essay writing, etc. Principal Dr Navjot congratulated everyone on this day. Dr Sarabjeet Rai, Head, PG Department of Hindi also described the importance of the Hindi language. Not only the students of Hindi Department, but students from various streams participated actively in these celebrations. Principal Dr Navjot applauded the efforts of Dr Sarabjeet Rai and Dr Amardeep Deol for organising the day.

Eklavya school

Eklavya School celebrated Hindi Diwas with fervour. Not only the children, but also teachers took part in various activities to acknowledge the importance of Hindi in our lives. Children gave speeches on importance of Hindi language and wrote slogans. Principal Komal Arora also recited a small beautiful poem laying importance of Hindi. Administrator Dimple Malhotra also gave small speech on congratulating everyone on Hindi Diwas. Director Seema Handa also agreed with their views and said our heritage lies in Hindi language alone.

Hans Raj Mahila Maha Vidyalaya

The PG Department of Hindi of Hans Raj Mahila Maha Vidyalaya, Jalandhar celebrated ‘Hindi Diwas’ with full enthusiasm. The department organised Hindi Signature Campaign and Rajbhasha Bandhan. Everyone signed in Hindi and ensured to provide respect to our own language. Awareness rally was also organised on this occasion. Principal Dr Ajay Sareen congratulated Dr Jyoti Gogia and faculty members Pawan Kumari and Dr Deepti Dhir.

Havan ceremony at Doaba College

Doaba College’s Student Welfare Committee and Arya Yuvak Sabha organised Shubharambh 2021-22 and performed a havan to pray for the bright future of students. Chandra Mohan, President, Arya Shiksha Mandal and College Managing Committee, graced the occasion as the chief guest. He was accorded a hearty welcome by Principal Dr Pardeep Bhandari, Prof Surjeet Kaur and Sonia Kalra, coordinators, teaching and non teaching staff. Principal Dr Pardeep Bhandari welcomed students by inspiring them to imbibe qualities of innovation, dedication, honesty and discipline to achieve success in life.

Workshop on Nutrition Month

The Department of Home Science and Fashion Designing, Hindu Kanya College, Kapurthala, celebrated National Nutrition Month by organising two-day workshop on ‘Baking and Confectionery’ on September 13 and 14 under the guidance of Principal Dr Archna Garg. Resource Person Avneet Kaur, Assistant Prof in Home Science Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Kapurthala, working under the aegis of Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana, gave a demonstration on making nutritious chocolates, bread and cookies. Fifty two students attended the workshop with great interest and enthusiasm. Head of department Sarika Kanda, Avninder Kaur and Dolly were also present.

10 GNA students get jobs

GNA University organised a campus drive of Advance Tech Building Maintenance Pvt Ltd for the students of Faculty of Engineering Design and Automation. Advance Tech Building Maintenance Pvt Ltd, Gurgaon, deals with design, manufacturer, installation and supplier of Facade Access System /Building Maintenance System and Fall Protection System or lifeline system. The company shortlisted 10 candidates out of 25 for design, sales & marketing and operations, after conducting written test, group discussion and personal interview. TNS

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