Education

PUCA & PUTIA urged Centre & State Govt to disburse around 1850 crore of PMS of last 4 years

CHANDIGARH: Punjab is far behind than many other States in the disbursement of Post Matric Scholarship (PMS) to around 1600 Colleges of Punjab. The situation has worsened ever since the Centre has announced this scheme as the State's liability.

A special lecture at Defence and National Security Studies, PU

CHANDIGARH: The Department of Defence and National Security Studies, Panjab University, Chandigarh organised a special lecture on the theme “The Lasting Effect of the Great Game in the Indian Subcontinent” by Major General Amarjit Singh, V.S.M. hee today.

Film Artists expressed their views at the Annual Day celebration of Children Welfare Centre High School

MUMBAI: The 39th annual day of the Children Welfare Centre High School and Clara's College of Commerce was celebrated with pomp and gaiety. The program began with lighting of traditional lamp at the hands of chief guests and Principal of the School Ajay Kaul. The students presented a colourful dance compelling spectators to tap their feet and gyrate. Many film and TV actors and actresses were present. The meritorious students were awarded, felicitated and were given best wishes by the principal and various film artists expressed their views on the occasion.

2nd day of the statewide drive against dubious school buses not complying set norms

CHANDIGARH:2680 vehicles challaned and 430 vehicles impounded in two days campaign
Transport Minister and STC closely monitored the crackdown

Delhi HC seeks CBI's response in Gargi molestation case

NEW DELHI:The Delhi High Court on Monday issued notices in a petition seeking CBI-monitored probe into the Gargi college molestation incident.

Second Day of ‘Youth Vibe’ Fest witnessed Massive Competitions and Lagori Band Performance at LPU

JALANDHAR: The second day of global open fest ‘Youth Vibe-2020’ witnessed massive number of competitions at different venues of Lovely Professional University. In addition, famous South India’s Lagori Band enthralled thousands of competitors in the evening hours. Lagori presented music that reflected modern Indian youth. There was a combination of Indian classical melodies and Rock music, resulting in an enchanting mix of soulful compositions.

India’s largest global Open fest ‘Youth Vibe 2020’ commenced at LPU with basket of events

JALANDHAR:Near 6500 Students of 150+ Institutions from across the country and globe are competing in 11 categories of the event including Life-Style, Management, Literary, Media, Mega-Technical, Social, Arts & Craft, Dance, Music, Theatre and Sports
Theme of the four-day fest to last up to 16th February 2020 is ‘Equity, Diversity and Inclusivity’

Guru Nanak Dev University to organize the 101th Dae-Brns-Iancs national workshop on radiochemistry and application of radioisotopes from February 17

AMRITSAR:The  Department of   Physics is going to organize the 101th DAE-BRNS-IANCAS National  Workshop on Radiochemistry and Application of  Radioisotopes for  SEVEN days for the Faculty of Indian Universities/Colleges and  Research  Scholars during  17-23rd Feb. 2020  at the Guru  Nanak Dev University in collaboration with the  Indian  Association of  Nuclear  Chemists and Allied Scientist (IANCAS),  Radiochemistry  Division of  Bhabha  Atomic  Research  Centre (BARC), Mumbai,  for which all the necessary permissions have already been taken from the worthy Vice-Chancellor.

Agra University gets new Vice Chancellor

AGRA:Uttar Pradesh Governor Anandiben Patel on Friday appointed Prof Ashok Mittal as the Vice Chancellor of Agra's Dr. B.R. Ambedkar University

Aishe Ghosh denied permission to hold meeting in CU

KOLKATA:JNU Students Union (JNUSU) president and SFI leader Aishe Ghosh was on Thursday not given permission to hold a meeting inside Calcutta University by the authorities and had to address students outside the campus gate.

Two more held in Gargi College molestation case

NEW DELHI:The Delhi Police on Thursday arrested two more persons in the case of alleged molestation of students at Delhi University's all-girl Gargi College on the Day 3 of annual cultural fest - Reverie 2020 - on February 6.

Jindal Global Law School to host int'l moot court contest

NEW DELHI:Aiming to promote values of environmental justice and sustainability, the Jindal Global Law School of O.P Jindal Global University in Sonipat, Haryana will host the India national rounds of the 24th annual Stetson International Environmental Moot Court competition 2019-2020

President, Pharmacy Council of India, Dr B. Suresh interacted with LPU Students

JALANDHAR:Invoked LPU students to bring Pharmacy Profession on the World Map
Pharmacy Education needs new thrust & direction’: Dr B Suresh, President of Pharmacy Council of India

Enhanced IUPUI commitment to the values of global engagement

INDIANAPOLIS:The Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis Office of International Affairs (OIA)   openly welcome students and scholars from around the world and are proud of the 144 countries represented across the IUPUI community.

GATE 2020: Srinagar gets to choose centre for first time

NEW DELHI:With an option of choosing examination centre in Srinagar for the first time, the Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) examination was conducted successfully and smoothly on February 1, 2, 8 & 9 across India and the international centres, a statement by IIT-Delhi said on Wednesday.

LPU sets up ‘Center for Space Research with Mission Control facility’

JALANDHAR:Center inaugurated by Dr Sudhir Mishra, the distinguished scientist and Director General (BrahMos), DRDO, Ministry of Defence

IIM-B offers advanced course on family businesses

BENGALURU:India's premier business school -- IIM-Bangalore -- is offering an advanced course to family business owners in its campus here, the institute said on Monday.

Gargi college case: DCW issues notice to police, admin

NEW DELHI:The Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) Chief Swati Maliwal announced on Monday that the commission will issue notices to Delhi Police and Gargi college administration in the matter of alleged sexual harassment at the campus.

Gargi students stage protest in campus, meet principal

NEW DELHI:Days after few students of Gargi College alleged that some "drunken men" -- said to be pro-CAA demonstrators -- misbehaved with them inside the campus, the students staged a protest inside the college campus on Monday.

4 AMU students to lose money for violating bond

ALIGARH:Four students of the Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) will now lose Rs 1 lakh each since the Aligarh district administration has decided to seize the surety bonds (of Rs 1 lakh each), which they had signed prior to December 15 violence in the campus.

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