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National Trekking Camp

National Trekking Camp

Students of HMV College, who were a part of the trekking camp.

Jalandhar: Eight cadets of Hans Raj Mahila Maha Vidyalaya under the aegis of 2 Punjab (Girls’) Battalion NCC participated in All India Trekking Expedition at Ajmer Rajasthan. Cadets were taken for trekking at Nareli, Arawali Hills and Taragarh Trekking Hill. Cadets from different directorates participated in this trekking expedition with great enthusiasm. Cadets also got an opportunity to visit Pushkar, Sonuji ki Nasiyan, Jheel, Pushkar Sarovar. Principal Prof Ajay Sareen motivated cadets to go for such camps as they keep oneself both physically and mentally fit and provide good exposure with cadets from different parts of India.

Zig-zag race at Eklavya School

A zig zag race was organised at Eklavya School with the hoisting of the flag followed by the school song. Chairman of Eklavya School JK Gupta lit the sacred flame of the games, which represented the endeavour for perfection and symbolised the light of spirit, knowledge and life. After the Chairman declared the meet open and released the mascot of the games ‘Hardy’ into the blue sky, the participants reaffirmed their pledge towards maintaining the true spirit of sportsmanship, integrity and fair play in the games. While the preprimary and primary sections enthralled the spectators with their skillful frog dance, umbrella dance, fan dance and yoga postures, the middle school displayed their dexterity in their football drill, lazium, and zumba and taekwondo skills.

Humanity Olympiad-2021

HMV Collegiate Senior Secondary School organised 7th International Humanity Olympiad-2021 to instil moral and humane values in the young students to make them mentally and emotionally empowered for the prosperity of the nation. The main objective of the Olympiad is to make the students do self introspection so that a sound character development takes place with high integrity. The Olympiad was organised in two levels. After scoring 90% in the first level, the students appeared in the second level held on August 28 and 29. They were asked questions about evolution of consciousness, social charity and social goodness so that spontaneous compassionate attitude and humanitarian approach can be imparted in their minds and hearts.

Discipline Squad set up

Kanya Maha Vidyalaya organised an investiture ceremony of Discipline Squad and Cleanliness Cops. The initiative was done under the aegis of Student Welfare Department of the college. These committees have been established with the aim of inculcating the virtues of discipline in the students and motivating them to go ahead with hard work and dedication to achieve the goals in life as well as to ensure cleanliness of college campus and its surroundings and keeping the environment clean and green. Principal Prof Atima Sharma Dwivedi explained to all the students about the importance of discipline in life and described it as the first step of success.

World Toilet Day at dips

Students were enlightened on cleanliness on World Toilet Day at DIPS School. Students made poster and expressed their views to point out the importance of toilet. It is estimated that about 4.5 billion people are lack of proper toilets. People compromise on basic amenities due to which food and water get polluted inviting many diseases. In India since ages people went outside to answer nature’s call. To bring an end to this practice, many movements have been started by government. Principal Sushma urged students to keep their surroundings clean otherwise there are consequences of dangerous diseases which affects social and economic development. Cleanliness is of prime concern and people should avoid going in the open.

Outreach Campaign organised

NSS unit of Lyallpur Khalsa College, Jalandhar, in collaboration with DM Sudhir Kumar Tuteja organised an online lecture on PAN India Awareness and outreach Campaign themed Free Legal Aid under the direction of DPI colleges. On this occasion, Principal Dr Gurpinder Singh Samra lauded the effort as it is very important to provide such information to youngsters. Many times victims remain silent because of lack of knowledge about their legal rights and sometimes due to lack of funds. Chief guest and key note speaker DM Sudhir Kumar Tuteja explained the free legal aid concept and how to avail it in simple language.

National Library Week celebrated

Ivy World School under the aegis of the Vasal Educational Society provided a platform to the Ivyians to honour National Library Week, 2021. Various activities were conducted to celebrate this week. The motive behind this was to enlighten the students with the valuable role of library, books and they do transform life. The students showed exuberant participation in various activities. During the week, the students donated and read various books. The activities promoted the idea that libraries extend far beyond the four walls of a building. Principal Sanjeev Chauhan applauded the efforts made by the students and also encouraged them to participate more in such activities.

Workshop on Innovative Banking

A workshop on “Innovative Banking” was organised by Economics Association of PCM S.D. College for Women for the postgraduate and undergraduate students of economics. The resource persons of the event were Sarita (Manager), Richa Gupta (I-T Officer), Nisha (Operations Officer) and Gurmeet from Bank of Baroda. While addressing the students, they informed about origin and need for banks and also explained various concepts and terms associated with banking like, credit score, KYC, etc. Students were provided with holistic view of the innovative banking methods like, internet banking, mobile banking, etc. and were also made aware of the various Electronic Fund Transfer (EFT) options available to them. TNS

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