Jalandhar: Roshne of Lyallpur Khalsa College here has bagged the first position in Guru Nanak Dev University exams of MSc (Chemistry) Semester-I by getting 392 marks out of 450, whereas Charanpreet Kaur and Bandana Nautiyal of the same class secured fifth and sixth positions by securing 372 and 366 marks respectively. This information was given in a press release by the Principal of the College Dr Gurpinder Singh Samra. The president of the College Governing Council Balbir Kaur congratulated the students and wished them success in life. Prof Arunjit Kaur, Head, PG Department of Chemistry, Dr Geetanjli Modgil, Dr Vikas Kumar, Dr Harshveer Arora and Dr Harjinder Kaur were also present on the occasion.
Online Research Forum organised
Kanya Maha Vidyalaya, in collaboration with Institute’s Innovation Council, organised a research forum. In this forum, Dr Kuldeep Singh Nagla, former Head and Associate Prof, Department of Instrumentation and Control Engineering, Dr BR Ambedkar National Institute of Technology, was the resource person. Dr Nagla delivered a talk on Introduction to Intellectual Property Rights. Principal Prof Dr Atima Sharma Dwivedi stressed that participation in research activities and listening to the expert talks act as a big motivation for all the academicians. Referring to the 12 IPRs acquired recently by KMV, she affirms that the KMV faculty has potential to do wonders in research. Dr Kuldip Singh Nagla explained the Indian patent system and its requirements and also discussed the concepts of patent, design, copyrights and trademark. He stressed that it is important to identify what actually qualify for a new invention for registration.
41 students selected by mncs
CT Group of Institutions organised various online placement drives for diploma, management, commerce, animation and multimedia, computer applications and engineering students of 2021 passing out batch. The leading industries namely Ikarus 3D, JBM, Pukhraj, IDFC Bank, Extramarks Education, Oceana Tech conducted their rounds as per their protocols via group discussion, online test and followed by video conferencing for personal interview rounds. As per their eligibility criteria, approximately 358 students from CT Group of Institutions appeared for the interview by sitting at their homes itself. Out of these, 103 students were shortlisted of the final round and 41 students got selected by MNCs. Selected candidates were offered the pay packages starting from Rs 1.8 lakh to 15 lakh per annum.
Webinar on groundwater mgmt
Botany and Environment Science Department of DAV University organised a webinar on “Challenges to Groundwater Management”. Dr Raj Bala, Assistant Prof in the Department of Botany and Environment Sciences, started the event. Dean Academics (officiating) Dr RK Seth introduced the speaker Dr Sunil Mittal, Dean School of Environment and Earth Sciences, Prof and Head of the Department of Environment Sciences and Technology, Central University of Punjab, Bathinda. DAV University Vice Chancellor (officiating) Dr Jasbir Rishi emphasised on the importance of ground water advised students to inculcate awareness about conservation and rational use of water among public. The webinar was attended by 100 participants including students and faculties from various disciplines.
The Department of Mechanical Engineering, DAV Institute of Engineering and Technology, is organising a week long AICTE-ISTE (All India Council for Technical Education and Indian Society for Technical Education) sponsored Induction/Refresher programme for faculty members of technical education institutes.The event was inaugurated today with participation from across the country. Titled as “Advance Materials and Processes for Sustainable Intelligent Manufacturing”, the programme has been conceived to provide the knowhow on current state of research and development in the field of materials and manufacturing processes especially with focus on sustainability and was conducted in completely online mode. Almost 100 faculty members from different states of the country, including Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Maharashtra, Delhi-NCR, Punjab etc. are participating in the event to enhance their knowledge about the related topics.
Eight Students get placements
A placement drive was organised for the students of Polytechnic College of St Soldier Group of Institutions in which Emmbros Autocomp Ltd selected eight students of Mechanical Engineering final year were selected. While congratulating the students and their parents, Chairman Anil Chopra, Vice Chairperson Sangeeta Chopra said that students Sandeep Kumar, Kanal Kumar, Jatinder Singh, Karandeep, Swarjot Singh, Gurpreet Malhar, Manish Mahey and Raman were selected as Trainee Engineers. The students were selected virtually through Skype by the company HR Nirbhay Singh. College Principal Jatin Verma told the students that the company is an engineering equipment manufacturer and the company is known worldwide for its quality.
Dr Stya Paul remembered
Apeejay College of Fine Arts remembered its Founder Chairman Dr Stya Paul on his 11th death anniversary. On this occasion, Dr Sucharita Sharma, Director, Apeejay Education Society, and Principal Dr Neerja Dhingra paid a floral homage to Dr Stya Paul. In this online prayer meet, Principal Dr Neerja Dhingra remembered the vision and mission of life of Dr Stya Paul. She said that he believed in women empowerment and dedicated his entire life for promotion of women education in the region. In this prayer meet, Dr Amita Mishra, Head, Department of Music Vocal and Dr Vivek Verma presented melodious bhajans in remembrance of Dr Stya Paul. Dr Anjana Kumari, Head, Department of Hindi, compered the entire event. TNS
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