Jalandhar: Winners of various competitions who participated in ‘To Promote Art and Culture’ event organised by Disha- an initiative by Bowry Memorial Educational and Medical Trust were awarded at Innocent Hearts Group of Institutions. In dance competition: Mannat Aggarwal of APJ School secured the first position. In singing competition: Abhinav of Innocent Hearts got the first position whereas Ashmeet Kaur stood first in role play. In U-15 category, Vandana Chabbra got the first place Judges awarded Aryan Arora with special award of ‘ Judges Choice.’ Sharmila Nakra, cultural head of IHGI & holistic healer bestowed the winners with cash prize, trophies and other gifts. She also wished them good luck for their future. Dr Anup Bowry, Chairman of Innocent Hearts congratulated the students and their parents on their achievements and motivated them for their future endeavours.
World Physiotherapy Day celebrated
World Physiotherapy Day was celebrated by the BPT Department at St Soldier College (Co-Ed) by organising a free physiotherapy camp. In which managing director Prof Manhar Arora, Law College Director Dr SC Sharma, College Director Dr Veena Dada started the camp with their regular check up. Dr Navreet Kaur, Dr Shilpa Kumari and Dr Kiran Rai of the Department of Physiotherapy and students checked up the teachers. Students studying BPT in third and fourth year also checked up patients under the supervision of teachers. Principal Veena Dada said treatment is possible in physiotherapy without medicines and there are many possibilities of high career. .
KMV first in India Today Survey
Kanya Maha Vidyalaya- the Heritage & Autonomous institution, Jalandhar, received Top National and State Level Ranking in India Today Survey of Best Colleges 2021. College staff along with the students celebrated this achievement. Chander Mohan, president, Arya Shiksha Mandal was also present. The college achieved top rankings for consecutive fourth time. It has been ranked first in Punjab in science and BCA programmes. Chander Mohan, president, Arya Shiksha Mandal congratulated the Principal, faculty and students.
Induction programme held
A 21-day induction programme for students of first year of MBA, MCA, BBA, B Com & B Tech commenced at Apeejay Institute of Management & Engineering Technical Campus. Day 1 of Induction programme began with the welcome address of Director, Dr Rajesh Bagga. Dr Bagga welcomed the new students and acquainted them with the processes and procedures followed in the institute. Highlighting the importance of induction programme he emphasised that “It’s what extra students can contribute to any company that will determine their CTC not mere their qualification”. Dr Bagga in his speech talked about leadership and its state in our country. Citing example of Sam ManekShaw, he emphasised that leaders are not born but made, its how we overcome our fears that determines our leadership abilities. He also mentioned that we should always keep trying even if we commit errors. The resource person for the expert talk was Dr Komal Chopra, Associate Prof of Marketing with Symbiosis Institute of Management Studies, Symbiosis International (Deemed University), Pune, India.
Nation-Builder Award for teachers
It’s a proud moment for the Group of State Public Schools, Rotary Club, Jalandhar West, honoured teachers of the Group of State Public Schools with Nation Builder Award. Sapna Chadha of State Public School, Jalandhar Cantt. and Pooja Pattu from State Public School, Nakodar, are bestowed with this award. The entire team congratulated them on this achievement and wished them good luck. President Dr Narotam Singh and vice-president Dr Gagandeep Kaur of Group of State Public Schools were present on the occasion.
Free Vaccination Camp at collesge
Pyramid college of business and technology organised one day free vaccination camp in collaboration with the state health department for students on September 9. A total of 80 students visited the campus and get vaccinated. The Covid vaccine team followed full safety protocol. Prof Jatinder Singh Bedi, Chairman PCBT said vaccine was the only way to return to normalcy and the Institution would leave no stone unturned by vaccinating every eligible student. Sachleen Kaur Bedi, vice president PCBT said that the proactive initiative of the college is highly appreciable as vaccination was must to safeguard ourselves. Dr Sanjay Bahl, Director PCBT said everyone should take advantage of the facilities being provided by the government for vaccination. TNS
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