Campus notes

Poster-making competition held

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Jalandhar: The PG Department of Hans Raj Mahila Maha Vidyalaya organised a poster-making competition under the guidance of Principal Prof Ajay Sareen. The students presented their perspective by making posters on issues related to literacy, emphasising education as a cornerstone in building a more sustainable future for all. Through their posters, they insisted on the need to educate more and more people so that the world can begin its journey towards a better future. In this competition, Kritika from BA Sem-VI secured the first position, Mehak of BSc Economics Sem-V stood the second position and Ishpreet Kaur from MA Sem-I bagged third position. In this league, Samya from B.Voc Web Technology and Multimedia Sem-III won the consolation prize. Dr. Shallu Batra Head PG Department of Economics addressed the students to make them realise that literacy is the first prerequisite for learning and plays a vital role in reducing poverty, establishing gender impartiality and promising brilliant growth for the coming future. Prof Ajay Sareen appreciated the efforts of the department for organising such events for the students. Faculty members Chandrika, Jyotika Minhas and Harmanu were present on this occasion. Secretary Ishpreet Kaur, Assistant Secretary Mamta Chingotra and Joint Assistant Secretary Mehak also contributed in this occasion with full enthusiasm.

Education summit at LPU

‘Observe Now Higher Education Summit and Awards’ function was held in the national capital recently in which ex-Union Minister and MP Suresh Prabhu felicitated the chosen few persons from the country for exemplary leadership in education. Vice-President Aman Mittal of Lovely Professional University was honoured as ‘Exemplary Leader in Education’. The ceremony witnessed 20+ education leaders from top Indian universities, who also discussed various opportunities in the education segment. While addressing the ‘Summit’ as a panellist, vice-president Aman Mittal touched on the topic ‘Online distance learning: Strategies to offer distance learning programmes and what were the benefits of hybrid approach to distance learning’.

Vivekananda Jayanti celebrated

SRT DAV Public School, Bilga, celebrated Vivekananda Jayanti online, on Thursday. An online speech competition was organised on the occasion. The students threw light on his life and introduced other students to the inspiring incidents of his life. Narendra, a student of Class VIII got first position, Samaria got second position and Sukhpreet Kaur of Class VII and Kiranjot of Class VI got joint third position. On this occasion, Principal Ravi Sharma said the lofty ideals of Vivekananda inspired many of our freedom fighters. It was Swamiji who emphasised on the need for character building in education. Keeping this in view, his birthday is celebrated as National Youth Day. Floral tributes were paid to him by all staff members on the occasion.

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