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JNU: Hub of controversies

NEW DELHI:From being known as one of the most prominent educational institutes in the country to being one of the most controversial Universities in India, Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) has travelled a long way within about three years.

Mini-World manifested at LPU Campus

JALANDHAR:Providing collective-cosmic platform to international students of 50+ countries to represent heritage, achievements, rituals, inventions and celebrations of their respective country, Lovely Professional University (LPU) has been organizing 10th season of its annual two-day international fest “One World” this year. On these lines a virtual ‘Mini-World’ has been manifested at the LPU Campus. On the day-one, 9 Ambassadors and Diplomats from 6 Nations have added charm with their graceful presence by witnessing the premier celebrations of the fest. The esteemed guests not only appreciated lively cultural presentations about their own countries but also danced upon the favourite rhythmic beats of other countries, particularly for Bhangra dhol-beats of Punjab (India). This year, the tenth edition of the fest is primarily on the theme of "Inventions & Inventions: Ideas that made the Difference". 

Legal expert addresses students at Rayat Bahra Varsity

MOHALI: Harry Mann, Barrister and Solicitor, Ontario, Canada, while addressing the young budding aspirants of legal profession at the Rayat Bahra University said that hard work, sincerity and intelligence were the key to success at international level as a lawyer and academician.

200 attend writing workshop at SD College

CHANDIGARH: The English Literary Club of the local GGDSD College organized an Academic Writing Workshop today. The workshop was conducted by Andrew Golden, English Language fellow, US Department of State.

Nelson Mandela University Conferred Doctor of Letters to Prof R K Uppal

MALOUT: Dr. Rajinder Kumar Uppal, a prolific writer, an outstanding academician and the more ingenious guide has won accolades not only in the academic field but also in the genre of research. Presently, he is serving as an associate professor of economics at DAV College, Malout (Punjab) and Principal Investigator of a UGC-Funded Major Research Project on Indian Banking. 

Samsung recognises IIT-Indore students for innovation

INDORE:Samsung India on Monday conducted the 9th edition of the 'Samsung Innovation Award' at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Indore to recognise and reward innovations that have the potential to revolutionise everyday living.

JNUSU stages protest outside campus over fee hike

NEW DELHI:The Jawaharlal Nehru Students' Union (JNUSU) on Monday staged a protest outside the varsity campus over a reported fee hike and the hostel draft manual, even as Vice President N. Venkaiah Naidu was addressing a convocation cermony.

Dy C. M Manish Sisodia felicitates outstanding school students at "Excellence in Education Awards" Ceremony.

NEW DELHI:Directorate of Education of Delhi celebrated the excellence in the academic performance of its students and schools by organizing the ‘Excellence in Education Awards’ ceremony here on Wednesday. Deputy Chief Minister and the Education Minister of Delhi, Shri Manish Sisodia congratulated the meritorious students for their sheer hard work and felicitated top-performing schools of Delhi for recording outstanding results in Board exams. The event was organized by the Department of Education at Thyagraj Stadium.

Union HRD Minister inaugurated three top events at LPU

JALANDHAR:Initiated LPU’s Study Grant distribution of Rs 4.1 Crore to 295 meritorious students of the country; Annual ‘One World’ Festival of the university; and, All India Inter-University Aquatics Championship (Women) 2019-20

Kirtan Darbar Depicting Guru Nanak’s Philosophy Organized at Khalsa College

AMRITSAR: Akal Takht Jathedar Giani Harpreet Singh said that the philosophy of Guru Nanak Dev was most relevant in the strife-torn world today. He said Nanak's message of humanity, universal brotherhood and peace need propagation in every corner of the world.

Nakul Anand leads the list of top hoteliers in the world

NEW DELHI:This Delhi University Alumni, tops the list of corporate hoteliers of the world. Director on the Board of ITC for almost a decade, Nakul Anand has been named Hotels

Tibetan institute revitalising traditional culture, art

DHARAMSHALA:The Tibetan Institute of Performing Arts (TIPA), one of the pioneer cultural institutes established through the vision of the Dalai Lama in his abode here, is playing a crucial role in preserving and promoting traditional Tibetan performing arts and culture.

Zambian I-Day celebrated at Rayat Bahra Varsity

MOHALI: H Sikapale Chinzewe, Deputy High Commissioner of the Republic of Zambia, here today congratulated Zambian students studying in various educational institutions in India on the Independence Day of Zambia.

Kanya Maha Vidyalaya organize seminar on Guru Nanak Bani: Mool Sarokaar Te Prasangikta

JALANDHAR: Kanya  Maha Vidyalaya- The Heritage & Autonomous Institution, Jalandhar in collaboration with Punjab Kala Parishad, Chandigarh organized a one-day seminar on Guru Nanak Bani: Mool Sarokaar Te Prasangikta to commemorate the 550th Birth Anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev ji. The seminar was chaired by Principal Prof.(Dr.) Atima Sharma Dwivedi.

5000+ LPU Students showcased Talent at Annual Competitive Cultural Fest ‘Spectra-2019’

JALANDHAR:29 categories of competitions were held in the 5 areas of music, dance, literary, theatrics and fine arts
Social awakening messages forwarded through two-day fest included favouring  Skills Development, Entrepreneurship, Nationality, Cleanliness; and, against Food Wastage, Corruption, Terrorism, Pollution, Poverty, Female Foeticide and more
Spectacular event brought forward true artist residing within would-be Engineers, Managers, Doctors, Physiotherapists, Bio-Technologists, Journalists, Advocates, Judges, Fashion Designers at LPU

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Session November-December 2019 uploaded

Parkash Purab celebrations at Rayat Bahra Varsity

MOHALI: Bhai Malkit Singh, Head Granthi, Sri Akal Takht, said that Guru Nanak Dev ji was strongly against all artificially created divisions and all discrimination, both in word and deed. He said the Guru preached that the caste of a person is based on what he does and his idea of a caste-free society transpired also in his concepts of Sangat and Pangat.

A straight guide to being LGBTQ+ friendly

NEW DELHI: Queer platform Gaysi and global dating app Tinder have come together to educate heterosexual - or straight - people on creating a warm environment for their LGBTQ+ peers. According to the two companies, straight people's involvement can have a positive effect in developing an inclusive community and a progressive society. Here's how you too can become part of Team Pride.

What details to correct in JEE Main 2020 Form Correction Window?

JEE Main 2020 Application Form Correction window for January session is available from 14th to 20th October 2019. Candidates who successfully completed their registration process and paid the examination fee will be able to access the correction facility. Additional fee has to be paid if candidates opt for Both Paper I and II or make changes in their reservation category. Exam center preference is one option that cannot be edited.

Student of Pune-based institute creates violent black hole flares

PUNE:A team of astronomers, led by John Paice who is a student at Pune-based Inter-University Centre for Astronomy & Astrophysics (IUCAA), has created a high frame-rate movie of a growing black hole system at a level of detail never seen before.


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