Jalandhar: The Apeejay Institute of Management & Engineering organized a talent scout where freshmen showcased their potential in the performing arts field. The purpose of the event was to provide a platform for freshman students from all streams – BBA, BCom (Honours), BTech CSE, BCA, MBA and MCA – to show off their singing, dancing and theater skills. The various event categories included solo song, solo dance, group dance, folk dance, poetic recitation, choreography and fashion show. dr Rajesh Bagga, Director of AIMETC, welcomed the students. In solo dancing, Rahul and Tania won prizes. For solo singing, Abhiroopa took first place, followed by Muskan. In choreography Shivani, Ruchika and Ramanpreet Kaur won prizes.
DPS Explore the world of art
Delhi Public School, Jalandhar, in partnership with SPICMACAY, hosted a ‘Craft/Talk/Folk’ series on Sunday featuring internationally renowned Mithila painter Manoj Kumar Choudhary. The virtual workshop was conducted for a group of more than 200 participants aged 9 to 18 and the teachers. In addition to the host school, a number of other schools in the region also took part. It was an arts based learning session where the students learned about Mithila or Madhubani, the beautiful indigenous art form. The children enthusiastically demonstrated their newly learned skills and actively participated in the learning experience.
Conference organized on pedagogy
The PG Department of English, Lyallpur Khalsa College, in collaboration with the Grand Academic Portal (GAP), hosted an international conference entitled “The Future of Pedagogy in Language, Literature and Education: Challenges and Strategies”. GAP is an NGO initiative created by Prof. (Dr.) Gurudutta P. Japee, Professor – School of Commerce, Gujarat University and Prof. (Dr.) Preeti Oza with the mission to be an innovative, free , Equal, Equitable, Collaborative, Sustainable and All-Inclusive Inclusive Teaching-Learning-Pedagogy Environment for All Stakeholders of Higher Education in India. The aim of the conference was to start a dialogue about what could be achieved to make our education stronger, more useful and meaningful. The conference was a great success as eminent experts, scholars, researchers and teachers attended the conference with more than 40 speakers from across the country. The keynote address on “Relevance of Indian Knowledge System in relation to NEP 2022” was delivered by Prof. Ramesh Prasad Pathak from Lal Bahadur Shastri National University, a distinguished educator and author of over 110 books.
The students pass with flying colours
The students of St. Soldier Management and Technical Institute, Kapurthala Road brought laurels to the institution by securing excellent marks in the results of various classes declared by IKG Punjab Technical University. Chairman Anil Chopra and Principal Dr. Rohan Sharma shared that Sunaina Chhabra scored 9.31 SGPA, Sumandeep Kaur and Simran 9.67 SGPA, Arshdeep Kaur 9.19 SGPA and Khushpreet Singh 9.10 SGPA in MCA unit (4th semester) in MCA unit Kalra has 9.13 SGPA, Damini 9.23 SGPA, Nisha 9.04 SGPA, Varinder Kaur 9.05 SGPA in BJMC, Simran 9.04 SGPA in MCom, Gurpreet Kaur 9.43 SGPA in BCA, Gurleen, Shalini have 9 SGPA . Chairman Chopra recognized the hard work of the students and wished them all the best for the future.
Hans Raj students excel in GNDU exams
Hans Raj Mahila Maha Vidyalaya’s BSc Medical and Non-Medical (Sem-IV) students brought laurels to the college by bagging positions at Guru Nanak Dev University. In BSc, Non-Medical, Jobanveer placed second with 710 points, Harleen Kaur placed 13th with 693 points, and Manveen Kaur placed 14th with 692 points. In BSc Medical, Twinkle Aggarwal placed 7th with 702 points and Jyotsana Nagar placed 9th with 698 points. Principal (Prof) Ajay Sareen congratulated the students.
Environmental Health Day
Kanya Maha Vidyalaya marked World Environmental Health Day to highlight environmental issues. The celebrations were organized by the Department of Botany of the PG by organizing various activities. such as Quiz Contest, Poster Presentation Contest, Slogan Writing Contest, Poetry Writing Contest, among others. The event was attended by MSc Botany and BSc Medical students. Headmaster Atima Sharma Dwivedi emphasized that it is everyone’s responsibility to keep the environment clean and green so that we can all lead healthy lives.