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Mehak, a student of KMV, Jalandhar, being felicitated by Principal Dr Atima Sharma Dwivedi. Tribune photo

Jalandhar: Mehak Verma, a student of BCA (Sem VI) of Kanya Maha Vidyalaya, has achieved eleven Massive Open Online Courses) certifications on C++,Java, HTML CSS, Bootstrap, Python, Wordpress Elementor, Php, MySQL, Unity and Game Maker Studio with flying colours. Mehak has been able to accomplish this achievement with her consistent hard work, dedication and commitment. Principal Prof Dr Atima Sharma Dwivedi congratulated Mehak on this outstanding achievement. She averred that KMV always motivates its faculty as well as students to upgrade themselves according to the needs of the 21st century. The Principal lauded the efforts of PG Department of Computer Science and Applications for mentoring Mehak.

National Sports Day observed

DIPS chain of schools organised various indoor and outdoor competitions for teachers and students on the occasion of National Sports Day. Pre-wing, primary wing and senior wing students competed in various games like lemon race, hurdle race, spoon race, pick and run, three legged race etc all the winners were applauded and certificates were awarded to them. To mark this day, many competitions are organised and students are apprised of the significance of sports and games. MD Tarwinder Singh and CEO Monica Mandotra encouraged students to participate in sports and games to bring about confidence in their personality and also for the development of holistic personality. This way, students remain focused towards the well being of their health and physical fitness. Games also help in keeping students healthy and maintaining a disciplined life.

Janmashtami celebrated virtually

Mayor World School organised virtual Janmashtami celebrations to commemorate the birth of Lord Krishna. The e-celebration flowered into a grand success, owing to the fervent and spirited participation of Mayorities. The array of riveting performances like dance drama, bhajan, poems, shloka, quiz and many more left the audience entranced. The participants adorned as Lord Krishna, Balram, Radha, Devaki, Nanda Lal and Yashoda and put up a mesmerising theatrical enactment exhibiting the life history of Krishna. The harmonious bhajan “Shri Krishna Govind Hare Murari” left everyone transfixed. An intriguing quiz based on Lord Krishna’s life further lifted the spirits of the celebration. The event was graced by Vice Chairperson Neerza Mayor, Director Sarita Madhok, Principal Harjeet Kaur Ghuman, Deputy Vice Principal Charu Trehan and Headmistress Aarti Gulati who blessed all the students on this auspicious day and gave them the message to always move ahead in life and treat everyone with equal respect.

CT World School

Students of CT World School venerated the auspicious festival of Janmashtmi by garbing in colourful traditional outfits of the ‘Gopis’ and ‘Krishna’ and enchanted everyone with their charm and innocence. Little Krishna and Radha looked adorable in their colourful costumes and the entire kindergarten was transformed into a land of joy, mirth and celebration. The little children enthralled the audience with their dance performance. A group of girls and boys were thrilled to break the ‘handis’ on the feet-tapping musical background. The audience too enjoyed the show. Later students were given sweets in their classrooms. The festival taught them to be friendly and also the value of sharing. Later everyone took turns to rock the baby Krishna to sleep in a beautifully decorated cradle. Madhu Sharma, Principal CT World School, congratulated everyone on the occasion and inspired them to follow the teachings of Lord Krishna.

DAVIET Professor awarded

Dr Gaurav Kumar Dhuria, Associate Prof and Head of Mechanical Engineering Department at DAVIET, has been awarded with outstanding contribution to Engineering Education Award by Imperial Society of Innovative Engineers (ISIE-India) for the year 2020-21. The award has been conferred as recognition towards exemplary service promoting best practices and excellence in engineering education. The award has been bestowed to Dr Dhuria on the back of some innovative and exemplary initiatives towards enhancing the delivery of quality technical education, prominent among them being regular conduct of industry week to improve industry-academia linkage and to focus on skill development of the students in accord with industry expectations; fostering the alumni-institute relationships by bringing alumni into mentoring and hand holding of current students and regular conduct of faculty development programmes to train the trainers and educators etc. to name some of his initiatives which he continued even during the Covid times with appropriate government guidelines to ensure the quality of the technical education.

‘Train the teacher’ programme

Phagwara: JCI, Phagwara, GNA University, organised an online session on the topic ‘Train the Teacher’ for the faculty of GNA University. The key objective behind organising the session was to apprise the faculty members of “How to make the teaching Interactive and effective in virtual pedagogy?” which is the need of hour in the present situation. Dr G Subramanian, Business Leadership coach, JCI national trainer and past national president, was invited as the resource person for the session.

Dr Kusum coordinated the whole session. Dr Manpreet Kaur, president, JCI, Phagwara, welcomed the guest. During the session, Dr Subramanian shared various aspects of virtual pedagogy and apprised the faculty of idea generation, various tools for searching the relevant material and organising the content for the effective content delivery. TNS

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