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Business Student of CGC Landran grabs IMA Scholarship for Globally Accepted Management Accountant Program

Girish Gupta, a Business Administration student at Chandigarh Group of Colleges, Landran has been awarded a Scholarship from IMA (Institute of Management Accountants) which is the only global organisation to offer worldwide acknowledged CMA (Certified Management Accountant) Program. 

Haryana girl shines in Nursing Result at Aryans

Pooja Verma (Kalka), Haryana of GNM 2nd Year of Aryans Institute of Nursing, Rajpura Near Chandigarh bagged 1st position by scoring 71% marks in the final examinations conducted by Punjab Nurses Registration Council (PNRC).

NCC Students of Police DAV Public School Patiala took out Anti Drug rally

NCC students of Police DAV Patiala organized an anti drug rally at village Dadhera and its surrounding to create awareness among the people about the ill effects of consuming drugs. Students marched through the village raising slogans “Say No To drugs”, “Drugs don’t take you to heights”, “Stay away from drugs and live happily” etc. Total 33 NCC students participated in the rally under the guidance of their incharge Mr Puneet Parkash Singh.

LPU Students won at 9th Dada Saheb Phalke Film Festival-2019 Award

 Celebrating excellence in cinema, India’s most prestigious annual 9th Dada Saheb Phalke Film Festival-2019 recognized the enlightening, entertaining & progressive cinematic-works of Lovely Professional University. LPU students have been honoured for their excellence in Special Festival Mention category. LPU students’ short film ‘Mantle’, ‘Ittar’ and animation short film ‘Nostalgia’ are adjudged excellent over all other entries from across India and 50 other countries, in the students’ category. Fest’s Chief Advisor Dr DC Singh and Festival Director Mr Rambhul Singh awarded LPU students with trophies and certificates.

Maharashtra PG medical students on warpath

After the Supreme Court and the Bombay High Court scrapped the applicability of Socially and Economically Backward Classes (SEBC) for the current year (2019), some 250 medical students who had secured admissions to various post-graduation courses in Maharashtra are now left high an dry.

6,498 schools damaged in cyclone Fani in Odisha

A total of 6,498 schools have been damaged in cyclone Fani that ravaged 14 districts in Odisha on May 3, an official said on Monday.

Why Kawalpreet opted Music as an Optional Subject in 12th Grade?

As soon as the CBSE 12th result was out, students initiated their college hunt. Chandigarh has indeed become the first preference of North Indian students because of the quality education and amplifying job opportunities. Kanwalpreet Kaur, a resident of Fatehbad, Haryana was on her college hunt in the city beautiful along with her brother. She has scored 94% in her 12th Grade and wants to pursue Computer Science Engineering and become a master in cloud computing.  

Over 92% students pass Telangana Class 10 exam

More than 92 per cent of the students have passed Class 10 examination in Telangana. The results were declared on Monday.

Punjab B.Ed Colleges to charge fee difference from SC Students: - B.Ed Federation

CHANDIGARH: A joint meeting of all the B.Ed Colleges of Punjab affiliated to Punjabi University, Patiala was organized by B.Ed Federation. S. Jagjit Singh, President, B.Ed Federation. Vice President S. Nirmal Singh, ETT Federation; Sh. Parveen Goyal, Secretary, B.Ed Federation; Sh. Ram Dhull Finance Secretary etc were prominent among them. PUCA delegation including Dr. Anshu Kataria, President; S. Gurpreet Singh, General Secretary; Sh. Ashok Garg, Treasurer etc also attended the meeting.

Aryans Institute of Nursing celebrates International Nurses Day

MOHALI: Aryans Institute of Nursing (AIN), Rajpura, Near Chandigarh celebrated International Nurses day under the theme “Nursing: The Balance of Mind, Body and Spirit” at Aryans Campus. Dr. Meghna Sharma, NEOSKIN and Laser Clinic, Rajpura; Mrs. Vijayluxmi, Nursing Tutor, Govt. Nursing College, Patiala; Dr. S.J Singh, Anesthesiologist SMO, AP Jain Hospital, Rajpura; Mrs Satwinder Kaur, Nursing Superintendent, AP Jain hospital Rajpura were the special guests on the occasion.  GNM and ANM students of Aryans Institute of Nursing participated in the various activities organized on the occasion.

International Nursing Day Celebrated at Khalsa College of Nursing

International Nurses Day (IND) was celebrated at Khalsa College of Nursing to mark the birth anniversary of Florence Nightingale, founder of Nursing Profession on the theme “Nurses, A voice to lead: Health for all”. The function commenced with the lighting of the ceremonial lamp by Dr. Inderjit Kaur, Patron-President, All India Pingalwara Charitable Society, Amritsar who was earlier welcomed by Principal on the campus.

KCA's Physiotherapy Dept Gets IAP Approval

The Department of Physiotherapy at Khalsa College has been conferred upon an award membership by the Indian Association of Physiotherapists (IAP), Indore. The IAP is the national level regulatory body in the profession of Physiotherapy and with the approval and membership the students can now directly practice after completing t he degree program.

Investiture ceremony organised at MGN public school Jalandha

The momentous day dawned to bestow responsibilities on the deserving young talent of the school to lead their school from the front with their commitment , confidence and competence. The

Joint toppers in ISCE's Class 10, 12 board exams

 Dewang Kumar Agarwal and Vibha Swaminathan have topped the Class 12 ISC examination with 100 per cent marks while Juhi Rupesh Kajaria and Manhar Bansal were joint toppers in the Class 10 ICSE exam securing 99.60 per cent, as per the results declared on Tuesday.

Helpful Tips to crack CAT 2019 with Online Coaching

It is always debatable if one should join a coaching or not to crack any competitive exam, and same is the case with the upcoming CAT 2019 exam, to be held in the fall this year.  Each student has their own strategy and method for preparing for a certain exam. Some prefer choosing a self study method while others rely for guidance and study material elsewhere. However, there is no mandate which says that you must or must not opt for an Online CAT Coaching. It is okay to admit that you require external guidance because you are not able to manage preparing on your own for an exam and this is where CAT 2019 Coaching comes into picture.

5 Reasons to Prepare for CAT 2019 Online

The CAT 2019 exam is a few months away and currently a hot pie among all the competitive exams in the market. With the recent fantastic placement reports released by some of the greatest management institutes like FMS, IIFT, SPJIMR, XLRI, MDI among others, more and more students are now gravitating towards a management career. The exam, however, sees tough competition and students go all tooth and nail in preparing for the same. Some go the self study way, while many resort to Online CAT Coaching as well.

APEEJAY students ' Movie Aatee Di Chirri' gets Dada Sahib Falke Award

JALANDHAR: A movie Aate Di Chirri, made by Students of Multimedia department of Apeejay College of Fine Arts has won Dada Saheb Falke Award. Selected out of 300 movies across the globe, this movie depicts the love of a mother for her children. Varinder Singh Saggu and Ankit Goyal, teachers of the Multimedia department had guided the students. Music direction was provided by Dr. Vivek Verma, Department of Music Vocal, sound effects contributed by Sahibdeep Singh; the title song was composed by Sandeep Singh and student Abhishek Rana sang it.

LPU’s Social Sciences and Languages’ Students enacted Shakespeare, Tendulkar & Aulakh’s Major-Plays

JALANDHAR: Jalandhar, May 4, 2019: The School of Social Sciences and Languages at Lovely Professional University (LPU) celebrated literary festival “Panorama” at the campus to sharpen the language imbibing, communicating and expressing power of the students. The festival awakened audience to adopt humanistic approaches during ill-gotten hours under certain typical situations. On this occasion, three plays of master-dramatists William Shakespeare, Vijay Tendulkar & Ajmer Singh Aulakh were enacted at theatrical stage of Shri Baldev Raj Mittal Auditorium of the University.

Lecture on “Intellectual Property Rights and its Importance”

MOHALI: The Computer Science and Engineering Department of Rayat Bahra Univerity  School of Engineering and Technology organized a  Lecture on “Intellectual Property Rights and its Importance”   for the students.

237 Conferred degrees at LBSIM’s 23RD Annual Convocation

NEW DELHI: Lal Bahadur Shastri Institute of Management (LBSIM), India’s premier B-school hold its 23rd annual convocation at Dwarka Campus New Delhi. Dr. Tessy Thomas, Distinguished Scientist & Director General (Aero System),DRDO well- known as “India’s Missile Woman” graced the ceremony as the Chief Guest.The convocation viewed 237 students passing  from the three PG Diploma Management streams ,in which 169 students were from PGDM (Full –time) ,8 students from PGDM(Part-time) and 60 students from PGDM(Finance).


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