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Rs 11K cash reward for Harmilan

Rs 11K cash reward for Harmilan

Harmilan Kaur Bains, an alumna of St Soldier Group, being honoured with a memento and ~11,000 for creating new records at the National Games. Tribune photo

Jalandhar: Harmilan Kaur Bains, an alumna of Saint Soldier Group of Institutions, who brought laurels to the institution by creating new records in the National Games was honoured on Tuesday on the campus. Chairman Anil Chopra and Vice Chairperson Sangeeta Chopra presented her a memento and an amount of Rs11,000 in presence of Principal Sukhjinder Kaur, her grandmother and brother. Harmilan won gold medals in women’s 800m and 1500m race at the National Open Athletics Championships held in Warangal (Telangana) in September and broke the national record. Chopra briefed that Harmilan has done her schooling from Saint Soldier Divine Public School, Mahilpur. He wished Harmilan all the best and assured all kind of help in future.

World Habitat Day observed

CT Institute of Architecture and Planning in association with The Institution of Engineers, Ludhiana local centre, CT University Ludhiana and Students’ Chapter Institution of Engineers, Guru Nanak Dev Engineering College, Ludhiana, celebrated the World Habitat Day. Over 200 students and delegates took part in the event. The event also saw an exhibition by students of CTIAP showcasing their excellent work and designs. The theme of the day was ‘Accelerating urban action for a carbon-free world’. Dr Sewa Singh, Principal, CTIT ,focused on present needs of human society with respect to zero net buildings. Shruti Kapoor, HOD, CT Institute of Architecture and Planning, congratulated the architect fraternity on the occasion of World Architecture Day which incidentally coincides with the World Habitat Day.

Workshop on Art and Craft

The Department of Education of Doaba College organised a workshop on art and craft. Raju and Nek Chand acted as resource persons. They were cordially welcomed by Principal Dr Pardeep Bhandari, Dr Avinash Chander, Head, faculty members and 100 students. Principal Dr Pardeep Bhandari said that this workshop is especially relevant for the students of BA-BEd and BSc-BEd classes because they are supposed to prepare lesson plans, files, journals, models and charts as a part of their course work. The recourse person demonstrated his art by making various objects and decorative material like flowers, garlands, peacocks, pigeons etc. with the help of coloured papers and newspapers. He also motivated the students to make such decorative material themselves.

MCom Semester-II result

Students of MCom (Sem II) of Hans Raj Mahila Maha Vidyalaya have brought laurels to the institution by securing various positions in Guru Nanak Dev University. Sukhmani bagged 3rd position by scoring 518 out of 550 marks, Nancy stood at 4th position by securing 515 marks, Deepika bagged 6th position with 512 marks, Akshi got 9th position with 506 marks , Manisha bagged 10th position with 504 marks, Harsimran got 13th position with 501 marks and Pallavi Chadha bagged 14th position with 498 marks. Principal Prof Ajay Sareen congratulated Head of the Department Meenu Kohli, faculty members and students for this achievement.

World Architecture Day observed

The Department of Design of Apeejay College of Fine Arts, Jalandhar, observed World Architecture Day to show appreciation for the work of architects and to pay tributes to the industry. A Concept Board Competition was organised on the theme of ‘Architecture/Design in 2050’. Thirty students from the department participated and showcased some novel, creative and innovative concepts. First prize was bagged by Anshika Puri (BD Sem V) who designed on the concept Construction on Mars. The second prize was bagged by Natasha Chhabra (BD Sem V) on the concept Sustainable Interiors. The third prize was shared by Suhani Dhawan and Danish Jain (BD Sem VII) who had designed on the concepts ‘Future Sustainability’ and ‘Silver Architecture’ respectively. Consolation prize was bagged by Manraj Kaur (BD Sem III) for presenting the design on the concept Innovation.

Saraswati Poojan Samaroh at KMV

Kanya Maha Vidyalaya organised ‘Saraswati Poojan Samaroh’ to herald new academic session in a ceremonial way. The chief guest on the occasion was Dr Shweta Shenoy, Prof and Head, Department of Sports Medicine and Physiotherapy, Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar. Dr Sushma Chopra, secretary, Arya Shiksha Mandal, presided over the event. The proceedings of the day commenced with an invocation to the Goddess of learning to seek her blessings for uninterrupted and fruitful culmination of academic journey of the scholars. Welcoming the chief guest Dr Shenoy, Principal Prof Atima Sharma Dwivedi read out the detailed report of college achievements in diverse fields. TNS

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