Jalandhar: To encourage girl students to be a part of the NCC, PCM SD College for Women organised an NCC enrolment drive on the college campus. The event witnessed participation by students of first semester from all streams. The chief guest at the event was Major Pratima, Admin Officer of 2 Punjab Girls Battalion. Students were shown a motivational video regarding the significance of the NCC in society and the nation at large. Major Pratima guided the girls to join NDA as the government has opened it for girls also.
23 complete Amazon course
Under the MoU signed between Lyallpur Khalsa College Technical Campus and Amazon, nearly 23 students of BTech CSE (Semester V) have completed the AWS course. The course on Cloud Foundations facilitated students to gain insight of cloud-based AWS services and will open a new window for them for better placement opportunities in Amazon AWS. Sukhbir Singh Chatha, Director Academic Affairs and Dr RS Deol (Deputy Director, KCL Group) congratulated students by giving them token of appreciation.
Investiture AT Sanskriti KMV School
Sanskriti KMV School organised an investiture ceremony for the ongoing session in the presence of the students and the staff. Rachna Monga, Principal, designated the School Martinet team in a dedicated event. Roshini Kashyap and Suraj of Class XII were appointed as head girl and head boy. Samriti and Kawanveer Singh were appointed as vice head girl and vice head boy. Students appointed as House captains and vice captains of Amber, Pawak, Pawan and Avni House are Pranav Sharma, Harleen Kaur, Swati Chawla, Gurleen Kaur, Kamaljeet Kaur, Manraj Kaur, Kajal and Nishtha, respectively. Sports captains were also designated.
Mehakdeep, Happy shine in academics
Pyramid College of Business and Technology organised an essay writing competition. The competition was open to students of all departments. Candidates structured their essay on several topics such as 75 years of Indian Independence — Reality and expectations, Rise of Taliban terrorism — Threat to the World Peace, New normal after Covid-19 — Experience and road ahead, etc. The candidates were judged on the basis of the vocabulary, presentation and creativity. About 38 students participated in the event. Mehakdeep, Happy, Prabhjot got the first position. Latika, Sarabjit and Lakshmi came second. Pawandeep, Palak and Neha got third rank. Radhika Devi got consolation prize.
National Humanity Olympiad
Students from all schools of DIPS chain participated in the National Humanity Olympiad Competition. The national-level competition was organised in two categories in which students from Classes V to VIII and IX to XII participated. Gauri Jaswal, a student of Class IX DIPS School, Urban Estate, brought laurels by securing 124th rank at the national level. Gurnoor Kaur of DIPS School, Tanda, Kirti of DIPS School, Haryana Bhunga, Ravneet and Navroop of DIPS School, Mehta Chowk, and Muskanand Virat from DIPS School, Karol Bagh were the school toppers.
Sustainable fashion creations
Students from PG Department of Fashion Designing of Kanya Maha Vidyalaya displayed their creative interests by making innovative clothes out of the waste and old clothes by recycling them in a very suitable manner. The Department of Fashion Designing has upgraded its syllabi and has included the subject of Basics of Sustainability in BSc Fashion Designing Sem V and MSc Sem II curriculum. While teaching sustainable fashion as a subject, opportunities are also provided to the students to work on various projects so as to inculcate the sense of sustainable fashion in them.
Grand Slam Performance
Dhawal Anand of Lyallpur Khalsa College Jalandhar, has bagged the first position in the Guru Nanak Dev University exams of BSc Biotechnology Semester-IV by getting 459 marks out of 480 whereas Prerneet Kaur bagged fourth position by getting 451 marks in the same class. Balbir Kaur, president, College Governing Council, congratulated the students and reiterated the commitment of the college to quality education and productive research.
Students make crafts of waste
Students of HMV Collegiate Sr Sec School participated in the exhibition “Best Out of Waste” organised under Swachh Bharat Mission by the Municipal Corporation, Jalandhar. A total of 25 students participated in it and exhibited beautiful objects such as water bubble fountain, tyre automan, peacock, water dispenser with house, made out of trash. Sudipa of SSC-I-Arts attained the third position. Khushi of SSC-I Arts secured the sixth position. Stuti of SSC-I Arts received the seventh position, Diya and Aashi of SSC-I Commerce and Arts respectively got consolation prizes.
Namrata 1st in MSc maths sem-II
Students of MSc (mathematics, sem-II) of Hans Raj Mahila Maha Vidyalaya brought laurels to the institution by securing various positions in University. Namarata got first position by scoring 492/500 marks, Chandan Behl and Prerna bagged the fourth position with 482/500 marks. Principal Prof Ajay Sareen congratulated the students and their parents.
Seminar on stubble burning
Hoshiarpur: As per the guidelines of Punjab Government and DPI Colleges, the youth welfare wing of DAV College, Hoshiarpur, under the chairmanship of Principal Dr Vinay Kumar, organised a seminar to aware students about the harmful consequences of stubble burning. The Wing Co-ordinator Dr Mukhtar Singh addressed that burning of the left over paddy material in the fields leads to many fatal diseases. TNS/OC
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