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Jindal varsity launches 3-year BA (Hons) programme in law

SONIPAT:In a first, the O.P. Jindal Global University (JGU) launched here on Thursday a three-year B.A. (honours) programme in legal studies which is interdisciplinary in nature with a focus on the social, economic and political context of law in society.

LPU will strengthen the entire IT training ecosystem in Mongolia

·Access to quality higher education will also be provided to Mongolian students in diverse fields including  Engineering, Management, and Pharmacy by LPU
“We have found the right partners in LPU”: Deputy Governor  Khaliunbat of the Capital City of Mongolia

Punjab Education Minister flags off PUCA’s Indo-Canadian academic delegation

Higher Education Minister, Punjab, Sh. Tript Rajinder Singh Bajwa today flagged off a 15 member delegation of Punjab Unaided Colleges Association (PUCA) to Canada. The delegation is going under the leadership of Chairman, Aryans Group of Colleges, Rajpura, Near Chandigarh & President, PUCA, Dr. Anshu Kataria. The objective of the delegation is to explore the possibilities of strategic tie-ups between various Colleges & Universities of Canada & PUCA member Colleges.

Disagreement with parents not disrespect: Smriti Irani

NEW DELHI:  Stressing that disagreement with parents was not disrespect, Women and Child Development Minister Smriti Irani said on Saturday that respecting diametrically opposing views was what kept families together.

Unpaid scholarships dues: Punjab, central governments ruined institutions, careers of countless ‘SC’ students: AAP

CHANDIGARH: The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), Punjab, has accused the Modi-led union government and the Congress government in the state of ruining besides, hundreds of government/ non-government, professional colleges and universities in Punjab, careers of lakhs of ‘Dalit’ students, teaching and non-teaching staff across the state.

What can India learn from China's 70 years of economic growth?

China celebrated the 70th anniversary of becoming a communist republic with much fanfare. Back in October 1949, when China was adopting the communist model of societal organisation, India was framing its constitution. Less than four months later, India was a democratic republic. The two nations in their current identities were, thus, born out of the ashes of the colonial world around the same time but adopted a contrasting system of economic and social development. After seventy years, the two nations stand at very different levels of development in terms of their economic, military and technological progress. China's prowess on these fronts is incomparable to that of India.

Punjab adopts new school timings for winters

CHANDIGARH: Punjab Education Minister Vijay Inder Singla has approved the new time schedule for schools in the state. A spokesperson of State Government informed that Mr Singla signed cleared the file in this regard.

Skin care during this humid and changing weather conditions

Monsoon season is always beautiful, but it also brings humid and dry weather. Which  has a adverse impact on our skin. However, the humidity and the moisture in the atmosphere after the monsoon can lead to skin related issues like rashes, pimples, eczema and so on. Our skin naturally has several very small micro-organisms. The local skin temperature and environmental humidity are most conducive for the growth of microorganisms in this humid climate.

Khalsa College Pays Homage to Dr. Khem Singh Gill

AMRITSAR: Remembering its one of the most worthy students, the Khalsa College management today remembered `son of the soil’ Padma Bhushan awardee, legendry Agriculture scientists and former VC of PAU, Dr. Khem Singh Gill who passed on Tuesday. Apart from the mourn for two minutes for the departed soul, the students, teaching fraternity and management paid rich tributes to the great exponent of agriculture education and practices.

PUCA demands direct flight from Chandigarh to Patna

MOHALI: For the convenience of students of Bihar and Jharkhand studying near the Chandigarh periphery, Punjab Unaided Colleges Association (PUCA) urged direct flight from Chandigarh International Airport to Patna and Ranchi.

Capt Amarinder invites envoys of various missions to invest in Punjab, invites for Parkash Utsav

NEW DELHI: Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Thursday called upon the Ambassadors and representatives of various foreign missions and invited them to invest in the state and also to visit during the historic 550th birth anniversary celebrations of Sri Guru Nanak Dev ji.

No student will be deprived of good education due to lack of financial resources: Arvind Kejriwal

NEW DELHI: In a major decision, the Delhi Cabinet in its meeting on Tuesday chaired by the Chief Minister  Arvind Kejriwal, granted its approval to the Department of Social Welfare’s proposal for the expansion of Jai Bhim Mukhyamantri Pratibha Vikas Yojana to include all children who have passed class X & XII from Delhi and whose annual family income is less than eight lakh rupees.  

Punjab CS asks administrative secretaries to make Tandrust Punjab a mass movement

CHANDIGARH:  Punjab Chief Secretary Karan Avtar Singh on Friday directed the Administrative Secretaries of the converging departments to make the ‘Tandarust Punjab including Poshan Abhiyaan’ as a mass movement in close coordination with all the Deputy Commissioners across the state.

ISB to host second edition of Deccan Dialogue on Aug 31

HYDERABAD:  The second edition of the Deccan Dialogue on "Economic diplomacy in the age of Disruption" will be held at the Hyderabad campus of the Indian School of Business (ISB) on August 31.

BJP govt at center saffronising education policy, JAC resolves to meet Punjab CM

CHANDIFGARH: JAC organizes Education Conclave on Draft National Education PolicyCHANDIGARH: “Draft National Education Policy (NEP) is a big threat to “Punjab”, “Punjabi” and “Punjabiyat”. Minister said that Centre Govt. is doing saffronisation of education in the Country. The new education draft policy has been released in every language by the Centre Govt. but not in Punjabi Language thereby neglecting the interest of Punjabi’s.” JAC Directors should meet Chief Minister Punjab, Captain Amarinder Singh so that the matter can be taken further to Centre Govt.

New education policy poses threat to multicultural, multilingual and multiracial society: Tript Bajwa

CHANDIGARH: The Higher Education Minister, Tript Rajinder Singh Bajwa expressed grave concern at the draft of the new Education policy released by the Union Government. Addressing a seminar organized by the Joint Action Committee (JAC) of the un-aided colleges, the minister said that the new education policy if implemented would pose a challenge to the Multicultural, Multilingual environment of the country. He further said that though the policy reiterates India as a Democratic Republic with Justice and Equal Opportunities for everybody but the word ‘Secular’ has been omitted which is a cause of concern for the religious and linguistic minorities of the country.

West Pak refugees, Valmikis hopeful post Article 370

SRINAGAR: Gurdeep Singh is a happy man these days. A refugee from West Pakistan settled in Jammu for the past 15 years, he believes he will benefit from the abrogation of Article 370 of the Constitution. Article 370 accorded a special status to Jammu and Kashmir and denied equal opportunities to outsiders in the state.

Himachal roads shut due to landslides

SHIMLA:  Roads in Himachal Pradesh continued to remain shut on Monday due to landslides triggered by heavy rain in the past two days, officials said.

7 Punjab Cabinet Ministers to participate in Education conclave on August 19 at JW Marriott

MOHALI: Joint Action Committee (JAC) representing over 1650 unaided institutes of Punjab under the leadership of Chairman, JAC, Sh. Ashwani Sekhri is going to organize an Education Conclave-2019 to deliberate on Draft National Education Policy (NEP) on 19th August at Hotel JW Marriott, Chandigarh.

Capt Amarinder kick starts development projects worth Rs.265 Cr for Jalandhar and Kapurthala

KARTARPUR: Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Wednesday laid foundation stones/inaugurated a slew of development projects, worth Rs 265.15 crores, to spruce up Jalandhar and Kapurthala districts.


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