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Synthetic courts inaugurated

Synthetic courts inaugurated

Volleyball and basketball players at Holy Heart Presidency School after the inauguration of synthetic turfs in Amritsar.



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Amritsar: Holy Heart Presidency School unveiled its state-of-the-art basketball and volleyball synthetic courts, setting new standards in sports and education. The inauguration ceremony graced by esteemed personalities including school’s chairman Vijay Seth, principal Shilpa Vikram Seth, and renowned volleyball players Satish Kumar, Amreek Singh, Sagar Kumar and Vijay, showcased the school’s commitment to promoting sports and holistic development. The event, graced by spirited volleyball and basketball friendly matches, highlighted outstanding talent of Presidians, as the Blue teams triumphed in both competitions. Amreek Singh and school director Vikram Seth commended the players and also encouraged them to take defeat in their stride.

KCW student clears UGC

Khalsa College for Women (KCW) student Komal has successfully qualified for the UGC NET examination in her first attempt. A students of MCom, she was a dedicated and diligent student with excellent academic record, said principal Surinder Kaur. While congratulating her, the principal said her commitment to academic excellence

has not only brought laurels to her but has also added another feather to the cap of Khalsa College for Women. Komal also thanked principal, her teachers and co-students for the congenial environment that had made

her success possible.

Literary Fest from Feb 21

A five-day Amritsar Literature Festival and Book Fair is being organised at Khalsa College Amritsar (KCA) from February 21 to 25. Sufi singer and Member of Parliament Hans Raj Hans, poet Surjit Patar, pop singer Pammi Bai, poetess Sukhwinder Amrit another sufi singer Bir Singh and special guests from Canada would be the star attractions. Dr Mehal Singh, principal, KCA, said the festival has become so popular that book lovers, writers, literati and artists eagerly await the event. He said this is eighth literature festival and book fair in series and will be inaugurated by Hans Raj Hans, RMS Chhina and members of the council. More than 100 publishers are arriving to exhibit the books on diverse subjects in the fair and readers will be able to buy books at a special discount. He said during this period, there will be an exhibition of seasonal flowers, stalls of different cuisines and many means of entertainment.

National start-up day celebrated

DAV College Amritsar’s institutional innovation council celebrated ‘National Startup Day’ with an aim to ignite the spirit of entrepreneurship among students. A slogan competition was organised for the students. Addressing the students, principal Amardeep Gupta said the National Startup Day is dedicated to fostering, celebrating and recognising the contributions of startup companies and entrepreneurs to the economy and society. Startups are going to be the backbone of new India. Celebrating National Startup Day is also an opportunity to raise awareness about the challenges that startups face, such as access to funding, talent and market opportunities.

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