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Expert talk on Constitutional law at RBU

The University School of Law, Rayat-Bahra University here today organized a special lecture on Constitutional Law in the University Auditorium.

Punjabi University Patiala organized National Seminar on 'Revisiting the Life, Times and Legacy of Maharana Pratap: Mughal Rule and Regional Powers

During the Inaugural Session Sh. Rana K.P. Singh, Hon’ble Speaker, Punjab Legislative Assembly delivered the Inaugural address and he emphasized on the contribution of Maharana Pratap in the History of India while discussing the main aspects related to Maharana- his ideology towards society and his military strategy.

Rayat Bahra students design HPV car

Students of Mechanical Engineering Branch of the Rayat Bahra Group of Institutions (RBGI), Patiala Campus, have developed a Human Powered Vehicle (HPV), which is powered by sheer muscle power. 

Rayat Institute of Management , Ropar Campus organized “Adieu 2018”

A cultural fiesta marked 'Adieu 2018' organised by the students of the Rayat Institute of Management, Rayat-Bahra Ropar campus, to bid farewell to the passing out batches of MBA, BBA, B.Com and BCA in a grand style. 

LPU signs MoU with one of the Canada’s top 'Trent University'

JALANDHAR: Lovely Professional University (LPU) has signed another important Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Canada’s top university; Trent University in Chandigarh. This collaboration is to create more international opportunities for students, which are to work on student exchange programs and joint research projects. Students of computer science, management, law, agriculture, forensic science, media studies, and psychology programs will be much benefitted through this tie-up.

Rayat Bahra University School of Sciences organised symposium on `Advances in Mathematics and Inter-disciplinary Sciences’

The Rayat Bahra University School of Sciences today organized a symposium on `Advances in Mathematics and Inter-disciplinary Sciences’ in celebration of the National Mathematics Day.

The future lies in preparing for jobs that don't exist today

By Sanjiv Kataria
It's April and a time to celebrate for millions of young Indians who have just finished their school-leaving class XII examinations. The days that follow help them unwind after months of exam preparation. The celebrations, however, are short-lived. The next many weeks and months are consumed preparing for admission tests for entry into a wide variety of disciplines.

AC auditorium at Rayat Bahra campus soon: V-C

MOHALI: A multi-specialty hospital, state-of-the-art fully air conditioned ultramodern auditorium and a sports complex are some of the prestige projects coming up at its Rayat Bahra University campus.

Over 200 Private Engineering Colleges Shut Admission as IITs and NITs Increase Intake

With a fresh year for engineering entrance exams and admissions, a surprising fact for engineering education has also come forward in the media. According to a statement released by All India Council for Technical Education, as many as 200 engineering colleges of the country have filed a request for closure to the council. This can lead to decrease in the number of engineering seats in the country by a whopping 80,000.

Techno-Pharm kicks off at Rayat Bahra campus

MOHALI: Techno-Pharm, an industry and academia interaction of industrial experts with students as part of the Pharma Placement Fortnight for pharmacy students from the various campuses of Rayat Bahra Group kicked off today at the Rayat Bahra University campus.

Seminar on Mental Health organised at CGC Landran

A seminar on ‘Mental Health and Human Resilience: Societal Concerns’ was organised by College of Education, Chandigarh Group of Colleges (CGC) Landran.

Over 500 attend `Brain Waves’ fest at Rayat Bahra

PATIALA: `Brain Waves 2018’ a Management Fest organized at the Rayat-Bahra, Patiala Campus here today turned out to be a big hit with the students as it saw massive participation from institutions of different cities.

Amandeep Kaur of LKC bags 1st position in B.Voc in GNDU

Amandeep Kaur of Lyallpur Khalsa College Jalandhar has bagged 1st position in the University exams of B.Voc. (Printing Technology) - III Semester by getting 357 marks out of 400, whereas Deepa Kafle and Mohammed Umar bagged 2nd and 3rd position by getting 353 and 336 marks respectively in the same class.

Chitkara University bags top honours at Smart India Hackathon 2018

: A proud moment for Chitkara University team at SMART INDIA HACKATHON 2018. The team was adjudged as “Winner by the Ministry for Housing and Urban Affairs and were awarded with 1 lac cash prize” for their innovation named “SMART TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT SYSTEM”. This idea was also recommended as the best idea by Amazon Judges.

Psychology fest at Thapar a big hit with students

PATIALA: Prof Manas K Mandal, distinguished professor of Psychology, IIT Kharagpur, and a former Director General of Life Sciences, DRDO, here today apprised the students of the huge employment potential for psychologists in different departments, particularly police, paramilitary forces and other allied forces, and said that gone were the days when the psychologists had limited employment potential.

Dr Daljit Singh is Rayat Bahra varsity V-C

MOHALI: Daljit Singh, an eminent academician and administrator, has taken over as Vice-Chancellor of the Rayat Bahra University.

PURCITM felicitates Anita Devgan

MOHALI: The Punjabi University Regional Centre for IT and Management here today felicitated well known Pollywood actress Anita Devgan.

PURCITM felicitates Anita Devgan

The Punjabi University Regional Centre for IT and Management here today felicitated well known Pollywood actress Anita Devgan.

Learning and Development in Asia be a part of Change

“Learning, learning and continuous learning, ladies and gentleman, is the key differentiator to become a successful organisation.” These words were very powerfully and animatedly stated by the Head of HR of a large Indian Conglomerate at an L&D conference, in Mumbai.

Seminar on Trends in Food Business at Khalsa College

The department of Food Science and Technology, Khalsa College today organized a national seminar on “Recent Trends in International Food Business” in which resource person Dr. Pravin Jadhav from Institute of Infrastructure, Technology, Research and Management, Ahmedabad and Pratik Navale from Federation Of Indian Export Organisations (FIEO) set up by Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Govt of India, shared valuable tips today.

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