Jalandhar: Students of BBA and BCom (Hons) of Lyallpur Khalsa College Technical Campus have bring laurels to the college by bagging positions in examination conducted by IKG Punjab Technical University. Twenty five students of BBA and 24 students of BCom (Hons) have scored distinction.In BCom (Hons) VI, Jasleen Kaur, Amandeep stood first by scoring 8.56 SGPA, Avneet Kaur, Bikky Yadav, Chandni, Neha, Pratap Narayan, Radha, Shristhi Yadav stood second by scoring 8.32 SGPA, Komal stood third by scoring 8.28 SGPA. Harshita Sharma Mamta, Reet Verma , Simranjeet Kaur stood fourth by 8.08 SGPA, Sanjay and Sushma Rani stood fifth by 7.84 SGPA, Himani and Kusam stood sixth by scoring 7.70 SGPA. In BBA VI, Disha, Gurmeen Kaur, Rajendra, Gurleen Singh stood first by scoring 8.80 SGPA and Karanveer Singh Multani stood second by scoring 8.56 SGPA, Prachi stood third by scoring 8.32 SGPA. Mankaran Bhalla stood fourth by scoring 7.84 SGPA, Sonia, Pooja, Jyoti stood fifth by scoring 7.80 SGPA.
Sapling plantation drive held
The PG Department of Botany of Hans Raj Mahila Maha Vidyalaya organised tree plantation in collaboration with Saanjh Kendra, Punjab Police, Jalandhar. The chief guest of the occasion was ADC (Development) Amarjeet Bains. Nearly 100 saplings were planted on the occasion by Principal, faculty and staff of HMV. Representatives from PP Saanjh, Inspector Sanjiv Bhanot, Inspector Gurdip Lal, ASI Varinder Kumar, ASI Jaswant Singh, Saanjh committee member Praveen Abrol and Hemraj also planted trees. On this occasion, SVEEP awareness capacity building programme was carried out for faculty and staff of HMV. Admission form with voter form was also launched. Special masks carrying the voter awareness messages were also distributed. The masks were prepared by Fashion Design and Designing Departments. ADC Development Bains appreciated the efforts of the college.
Webinar on mental health
Delhi Public School, Jalandhar, organised a webinar for students on “Mental Health during Covid Times” to address the increased need for mental health counselling during the pandemic. The webinar was aimed to help students build a resilient mind and boost their mental strength during these unprecedented times. The resource person for the session was Smriti Bhatia; psychologist and counsellor. She counselled the students as she patiently listened to their concerns. Students put forth a number of questions and sought answers to various queries like the difference between sadness and depression, anxiety and having butterflies in stomach, and how to ensure mental health and well being. Bhatia guided them that it was natural to feel certain anxieties and stress during difficult and uncertain times, but there are many things they can do that can help. Principal Ritu Kaul opined that students definitely need not only a sympathetic ear but also guidance to tackle the perplexities caused by the pandemic and such sessions were an initiative by the school to reach out to them.
Kargil heroes remembered
Kargil Diwas was remembered at Ivy World School. Principal S. Chauhan said that everyone should keep the virtues and solidarity of the nation intact so that no alien force can even think of infiltrating our boundaries. President of Vasal Educational Society KK Vasal, Chairman Sanjeev Vasal, vice-president RK Vasal, Director Ina Vasal, and CEO Raghav Vasal highlighted that it is the seamless and selfless love for your country that goes the long way in shielding the nation and keeping the enemies at bay. The endeavour of every Indian should be to retaliate against any nefarious design that aims at hurting the sovereignty of the nation.
Kargil Vijay Diwas observed
Kanya Maha Vidyalaya observed Kargil Vijay Diwas to salute the soldiers who fought bravely and laid down their lives to protect the borders of our nation during the Kargil war. During the celebrations, NCC cadets prepared short video clips and posters. The students of KMV Collegiate Sr Sec School also participated in poster-making competition and slogan writing competition to pay their rich tribute to the great martyrs. Principal Prof Dr Atima Sharma Dwivedi averred that the nation should never forget its heroes and their proud remembrance and rich legacy should be passed on to the coming generations.In slogan writing competition, Jaspreet Kaur, Babanpreet Kaur and Lovepreet Kaur. In poster making competition,Ashu Mehta, Jaspreet Kaur and Lavanya Arora won prizes. Consolation prize went to Riya. TNS
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