Punjabi University VC releases Punjabipedia Android mobile app

Punjabi University VC releases Punjabipedia Android mobile app

NO MASK: Covid norms go for a toss as Vice-Chancellor Prof Arvind releases Punjabipedia Android mobile app at Punjabi University in Patiala on Thursday. Tribune photo: Rajesh Sachar

Tribune News Service

Patiala, August 5

Punjabi University released Punjabipedia Android mobile app here today. The app has been developed by Punjabipedia Centre, Punjabi University.

The application was released by the Punjabi University Vice-Chancellor (VC), Dr Arvind, in the presence of Dr Pargat Singh, Leader Mathematics Group (retired), London Metropolitan University, UK. He joined the occasion through online mode. Vikram Jeet Duggal, DIG, Patiala range, was also present on the occasion.

Talking about the development of Punjabi language the VC said, “Technological support is necessary for every language today. Punjabipedia will help in development of Punjabi language,” the VC added.

Dr Pargat Singh, who was the chief guest on the occasion, said Punjabis all over the world would benefit from this app.

The Punjabipedia Centre Coordinator, Dr Vishal Goyal, and the co-coordinator, Dr Rajwinder Singh, said the mobile phone app was in much more demand than the website.

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