12 gold medals for students – Tribune India

12 gold medals for students – Tribune India

Jalandhar: Students of St. Soldier Management and Technical Institute, Kapurthala Road, bagged 12 gold medals and 69 first 10 positions in the university in the merit list of various courses declared by IKG Punjab Technical University. Chairman Anil Chopra and Principal Dr RK Pushkarna said 12 students, including Diksha Kanojia, Divya, Jyoti Bala of BSc MEFT, Shikha, Harpreet, Sukhpreet Kaur of MLS, Hitesh Kumar, Maninder Kaur, Neha Arora, Lucky Goel of MCom., Savneet Kaur of Business Economics, Meenu of Fashion Technology have secured gold medal and first positions in the university and other 57 students got first 10 positions in IKGPTU.

Virtual Induction Programme

A virtual induction programme was conducted for the parents of children enrolled in nursery for the year 2022-23 in the five schools of Innocent Hearts, Green Model Town, Loharan, Cantt Jandiala Road, Royal World and Kapurthala Road. The parents were welcomed by Bandeep. On the occasion, the school’s psychology expert Himani Singh shared the tips of ‘Good Parenting’ with the parents, which would be helpful for them regarding the upbringing of the children. On the occasion, dietician Anvita Chatwal informed the parents about the nutritional requirements of children’s food. Questions were also asked related to the diet and nutrition of the children. She advised the parents to send only nutritious food to the children in tiffin. Alka Arora, Deputy Director of InnoKids, said nursery classes will start virtually from January 6.

KMV identified as Skill hub

Kanya Maha Vidyalaya has been identified as a ‘Skill Hub’ by Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship (MSDE), Government of India. Principal Atima Sharma Dwivedi said ‘Skill Hub’ is an initiative of Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship (MSDE) where school dropouts and out-of-education candidates will be trained for National Skill Qualification Framework (NSQF) complaint vocational courses. This necessitates the training of the students in line with the skill sets in demand and skilling, upskilling and reskilling of workforce due to ever-changing demands of job market. The training will be provided by the well-qualified and experienced trainers in the field of beauty and textiles. She further maintained that renowned entrepreneurs, government officials and experts from different fields will also be invited to guide and motivate the students. Principal lauded the efforts of Dr Gopi Sharma, Director, DDU Kaushal Kendra, and all the faculty members for this achievement.

NSS Camp organised at HMV

An NSS camp was organised in Hans Raj Mahila Maha Vidyalaya under the guidance of Principal Dr Ajay Sareen. The programme started with recital of ‘DAV Gaan’ and Hum Honge Kamyaab. Principal Prof Dr Ajay Sareen encouraged all volunteers to contribute towards the development of society with full zeal . NSS programme officer Veena Arora gave a brief of activities to be carried out during the day. The NSS volunteers were divided into groups under the group leaders and they were given information about activities to be done under Independent India Project. The volunteers showcased their talent by making posters, murals, nukkad natak, slogans etc. related to Swacchta Campaign. Some of the volunteers also packed bio-compost for its distribution among general public. NSS Programme Officer Harmanu Paul encouraged the volunteers to contribute towards development of society.

Sports school spikers wins tourney

A two-day CT Under-19 Volleyball Tournament concluded at CT Group of Institutions in which 18 teams from various villages and clubs competed with each other. Teams from KVS Jalandhar Cantt; Akal Academy; Cantonment Board School; GSS School Talhan; Doaba Arya Senior Secondary School; Police DAV Public School; Kamla Nehru Public School; LKS Amritsar etc. participated with utmost zeal and preparation. The teams for semi finals were GSS School Talhan vs Sports School Jalandhar and Baba Bhai Desu Ji Sports Club vs LKS Amritsar. The final match was played between LKS Amritsar and Sports School Jalandhar. The team Sports School, Jalandhar, won the tournament trophy along with the cash prize of Rs. 11,000, followed by team LKS, Amritsar, won runners-up trophy along with Rs 5,100. The tournament was closed by guest of honour Jugal Kishore Kali, retired inspector, Punjab Police; CT Group Campus Director Dr Rahul Malhotra along with the presence of Dean Academics Dr Anupamdeep Sharma, Dr Vaneet Thakur and Sports In-Charge Satpal. TNS

Volleyball players of Sports School, Jalandhar, in a jubilant mood after winning cash prize of Rs11,000. Tribune photo

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Published at Thu, 06 Jan 2022 04:55:04 +0000