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National Science Day

National Science Day

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Tribune News Service

Jalandhar: On the occasion of National Science Day, IK Gujral Punjab Technical University (IKGPTU) organised two programmes. The theme of the main event was ‘Indigenous Technology for Viksit Bharat’. The first programme was organised by the NSS wing of Department of Students Welfare IKGPTU at the Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji Auditorium, in which Dr BR Ambedkar National Institute of Technology (NIT) Jalandhar Director Prof Binod Kumar Kanaujia was the chief guest. The second programme was organised by the Civil Engineering Department of the university, in which Registrar Dr SK Misra was the chief guest. Prof Kanaujia said that basic science, technology and engineering are all in co-relation with each other. He paid tribute to Sir Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman, an Indian physicist, known for his work in the field of light scattering and shared the example of his continuous work on the same subject since his graduation. Sharing the contribution of scientists educated from normal institutions in Chandrayaan Project, he inspired the students saying that institutions are not big or small as dedication and continuous efforts play a bigger role.

Plantation drive

A tree plantation drive was initiated by students and faculty of Guru Nanak Dev University, Regional Campus, Ladhewali, under the aegis of its NSS wing. The volunteers from the Department of Laws, Engineering and Journalism & Mass Communication participated in the go-green initiative and planted seasonal plants on the campus. Dr Rupum Jagota, Associate Dean, motivated the students to plant more trees in future because trees provide oxygen and make the air quality better. If more trees are planted, then the environment will become a safer place to live in, he said. Dr Charan Kamal Walia, Programming Officer, NSS wing of the campus, encouraged the students to save the environment. Dr Varinder Singh, Head, Department of Laws, Dr Komal Krishan Mehta, Dr Namarta Joshi, Head, Department of JMC, Dr Sukriti, Dr Himali, Dr Nitika and Dr Varinder Attri were also present on the occasion.

Declamation contest

National Science Day was observed in the premises of MLU DAV College, Phagwara. A declamation contest was organised in the college in which students actively participated. Important new technological developments in the field of science meant for human welfare were also discussed in the contest. Principal Dr Kiranjeet Randhawa laid stress on the theme, ‘Science as a boon, not as a bane’. She added that organising such kind of contests help students gain knowledge that is certainly not feasible solely from books. She also shared that Dr CV Raman was the first Asian who was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1930 for science.

Athletics meet at DAVIET

Member of Parliament Sushil Kumar Rinku inaugurated the annual athletics meet at the local DAVIET. The MP said that the state government was taking key steps to promote sports with events like Khedan Watan Punjab Diyan. The MP assured the college management that in future the government will provide them with all possible help for such schemes because the Punjab government has a special focus on sports, health and education. Earlier, Principal Dr Sanjeev Naval welcomed the MP with a bouquet. Various sports competitions including 100 to 1,000 meter race, relay race, shot put, long jump, tug-of-war, javelin throw, discus throw etc were held.

PTIS Youth Fest 2024

Students of Mehr Chand Polytechnic College participated in the PTIS Youth Fest 2024 and won second prize in choreography. The participants in the event were Itisha, Shoray, Rahul Yadav, Bandhan Kumar, Simran and Ankur Yadav. They also won the third prize in shabad gaayan in which Gurkirat Singh, Prabhnoor Singh and Nikhil Malhotra performed. Dr Jagroop Singh, principal, congratulated the students and appreciated Major Pankaj Gupta (President, Cultural Society), Kashmir Kumar (Sports President), Preet Kanwal (In-charge, Cultural Team), Manish Sachdeva (in-charge, Culture), Devika and Maninder Kaur for their guidance and support to the students.

Reading Week organised

State Public School, Jalandhar Cantt, organised a Reading Week. Students of Class 3 to 8 became a part of the week. The week was observed to inculcate in the students the essence of reading and make them aware about the magic that reading holds. A review was conducted to evaluate their comprehensiveness of the book. Best reviews from every class were honoured: Harshita Kanojia, Madhav, Dhuravajit and Ragya from Class 3; Harnoor, Kashvi Gupta, Seerat Kailey and Ritika from Class 4; Yashita, Ayaan, Balsukhmeet, Jaismeen, Vanshika and Ansh Paliyal from Class 5; Noorpreet Kaur, Yashdeep and Deepali Patel from Class 6; Loveleen and Harsh Kumar from Class 7 and Taranpreet Bahia and Arshdeep Kaur from Class 8.

National Science Day

A programme was organised on the occasion of National Science Day at New St Soldier Senior Secondary Public School, Guru Teg Bahadur Nagar. The students made models, charts and projects by adopting new technology. The science teacher gave information to the children about the famous scientist CV Raman and presented before them the details of his achievements. The students pledged to learn about modern discoveries in science and move forward. Director Sushma Handa inspired the students to make good use of their knowledge.

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