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Students get jobs in Jalandhar

Students get jobs in Jalandhar

The Placement Cell of Hans Raj Mahila Maha Vidyalaya organised a placement drive of Evergreen Publications. - File photo

Jalandhar: The Placement Cell of Hans Raj Mahila Maha Vidyalaya organised a placement drive of Evergreen Publications. The candidates from media and design field appeared in this drive. Officiating Principal and Dean Academics Dr Kanwaldeep Kaur welcomed the officials from Evergreen Publications Sarvesh (Project Head) and Anjali. There was an online test and practical task round. The students also appeared in face to face interview round. Bhavya Manocha (B.Voc. Web Technology and Multimedia, (Sem-VI) and Kashish Kanojia (B.Design Multimeda, (Sem-VIII) were selected. Principal Prof Dr Ajay Sareen congratulated the selected students. On this occasion, Placement Cell Incharge Jagjit Bhatia, Gullagong, Rama Sharma, Navneeta, Ashish Chadha and Rishabh Dhir were also present.

Webinar on Entrepreneurial Journey

GNA University, Phagwara, organised an interactive session on ‘Entrepreneurship and Motivation’ with respect to the entrepreneurial journey of a renowned entrepreneur for all the students of GNA Business School via online platform, Blackboard. The resource person for the webinar was Harbhajan Kaur, a 94-year-old successful woman entrepreneur and the founder of Harbhajan’s Made With Love (Besan Ki Barfi). She explained about how the idea of besan barfi evolved into her mind and how slowly she diversified her business while the interaction with her daughter Raveena Suri. Not only barfi, but today Harbhajan diversifies in many other products such as pickles, traditional sausages.

Labs set up at KMV

A new block has been constructed at Kanya Maha Vidyalaya which houses some recently-constructed labs. Principal Dr Atima Sharma Dwivedi said these innovative labs provide the most conducive environment to the students for research and innovation in their respective fields. The PG Department of Physics include spectroscopic lab, computational lab, electronics lab, general physics lab, condensed matter lab, nuclear lab to provide a cutting edge to the students who by dint of their practical exposure have made entry to variety of top notch careers. PG Department of Computer Science & IT has 10 labs. KMV Fibre Forensic Lab- the first of its kind in the region has high end forensic servers & work stations.

173 CT Group students get jobs

CT Group of Institutions is assisting its students in fetching their dream jobs and internships via online campus drive. Around 173 students have bagged offers from the different companies including Nivia, Amul, Shoe Variant Pvt Ltd, Shrimann hospital, CSB Bank, and Pukhraj in all sectors including management, engineering and pharmaceuticals for internships as well as placements. The candidates were selected after passing through rigorous rounds comprising of online aptitude test, written test, group discussion, technical interview and HR interview. Vansh Raheja, Deputy Director, congratulated the students on their achievement.

Monsoon activity with origami

IVY World School organised “Monsoon activity with origami” in the Kindergarten wing. Due to the pandemic restrictions, this year’s Monsoon Magic Week was celebrated virtually by young learners of Ivy. The week was planned with lot of engaging origami activities suggested by educators to children. Origami is an activity that involves the art of folding paper with certain techniques to make something new. The young Ivyians participated in this creative venture with great zeal and high spirits. The budding stars of Ivy were amazed to see the transformation of a flat square sheet square of paper into a finished sculpture through folding and sculpting. Tiny tots created unique and exclusive boats under the supervision of their parents to showcase their finesse in paper craft.

Essay writing competition

Eklavya School, Jalandhar, organised an online essay writing competition for senior classes, while the students of primary classes participated in online speech competition on the occasion of the birth anniversary of Mangal Pandey, the Indian soldier who participated in the 1857 rebellion. JKGupta (Chairman of the school) threw light on “Nationalism”. Seema Handa (Director) and Komal Arora (Principal) also explained the importance of “the role of citizens in nation building.” Dimple Malhotra (Administrator) appreciated and landed the efforts of students in making these virtual competitions successful.

Eating healthy food activity

In all chains of DIPS schools, the students are being told about the importance of healthy food. To avoid fast food, a healthy tiffin activity was organised. During this activity pre-wing students along with their mothers prepared healthy tiffin and salad. Students all ate food prepared by them during online classes and told about the healthy food item in their tiffin. Teachers shared videos to inspire the children to eat healthy and stay fit and also demonstrated the advantages of green vegetables and fresh seasonal fruits. They expressed their views on healthy eating to remain healthy and active. All principals praised the efforts put by parents for their cooperation to make this activity a great success. They also thanked the parents for actively participating in the activity online.

English Quiz organised

English Department of Police DAV Public School organised an English Quiz entitled “Quiztique” under the guidance of Principal Dr Rashmi Vij for the students of classes IX to XIIth. It was under month long National Reading Month from June 19 to July 19 being organised by PN Paniker Foundation. The rounds were based on authors, vocabulary, grammar, anagrams, word substitution etc. The four teams were formed through a screening test held online for students. The teams namely: Wordsmiths, Bards, Musers and Mozarts participated in different rounds- Litspark, Grammarly, Wordpedia, Uber utterance, creative caption. Abhimanu, Anusha, Mankiran and Bhumika were the Quiz Masters. Team Mozart comprising Andew, Madhav, Yash and Khusmeet bagged the first position. The second position was bagged by Bards.

Merit position

Student of Lyallpur Khalsa College, Jalandhar, performed well in Guru Nanak Dev University exams. In a press release, the Principal of the College Dr Gurpinder Singh Samra said Gourav, a student has bagged 8th position in the MA Music (Vocal)-I Semester by getting 336 marks out of 400. Principal Dr. Samra also said that the college was committed to provide quality education to its students and it would ensure all possible help to the deserving and needy students. TNS


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