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Punjab education minsiter urges center to help upgrade school infrastructure

NEW DELHI: Punjab Education Minister Vijay Inder Singla on Saturday urged the Centre to lend a helping hand to states for upgrading school infrastructure thereby making them competitive and comparable with private sector.

Punjabi Stars Ninja, Bannet Dosanjh, Jass Bajwa etc enthralls Aryans Students

MOHALI: Renowned Punjabi Singer Ninja, Jass Bajwa, Rising Star winner Bannet Dosanjh, Aatish along with the other starcast of the upcoming Punjabi Movie 'Doorbeen' including Waqima Gabbi, Jasmine etc enthralled the students of Aryans Group of Colleges, Rajpura, Near Chandigarh.

5th Mega Job Fair: 30000 jobs provided to the unemployed youth in the 1st phase : Balbir Singh Sidhu

CHANDIGARH: Under the flagship ‘Ghar-Ghar Rozgar’ scheme, The Punjab Government has been successful in providing jobs to more than 30000 unemployed youth of the state in the first phase of the 5th Mega Job Fair, which are being held across the state from September 9. In total 2.10 lakh jobs are to be provided in the 5th Mega Job Fair itself. It was disclosed by Mr. Balbir Singh Sidhu, Health and Family Welfare Minister while inaugurating the Mega Job and Self Employment Fair at Chandigarh Group of Colleges, Landran.

Startup Punjab inks MoU with IIT Ropar to give impetus to enterpreneurship

CHANDIGARH: The ‘Startup Punjab’ on Friday signed a MoU with IIT Ropar in line with its vision to foster entrepreneurship in Punjab. Both will jointly work towards facilitating young students in educational institutes and early-stage startups to crystallize ideas and grow their businesses.

JU row: Dhankhar calls Trinamool's claim 'factually incorrect'

KOLKATA:  The confrontation between West Bengal governor Jagdeep Dhankhar and the state government escalated on Friday, with Raj Bhavan describing the Trinamool Congress's statement "factually incorrect" and "unfortunate" after the party's secretary general Partha Chatterjee claimed that Dhankhar neither informed the government nor took it into confidence before visiting Jadavpur University (JU) to rescue detained Union Minister Babul Supriyo.

Dhankhar going to JU 'shocking': Trinamool

KOLKATA: West Bengal's ruling Trinamool Congress on Thursday described as "shocking" that Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar visited Jadavpur University "without informing the elected government".

Gatka Coaching Camp dedicated to 550th Parkash Purab concludes at SBBS Univ Jalandhar

JALANDHAR: Five-days Gatka coaching camp dedicated to 550th Prakash Purb of Sri Guru Nanak Sahib concluded here on Thursday at Sant Baba Bhag Singh University Khiala. On the occasion Chancellor Sant Dilawar Singh Brahm Ji in presence of chief guest Sant Kapoor Singh Saneran Waley, Vice-Chancellor Dr. Jatinder Singh Bal and President of National Gatka Association of India Harjeet Singh Grewal distributed t-shirts and certificates to the participants.

Punjab cabinet approves modalities for distribution of mobile phones tp youth from Dec 2019

DERA BABA NANAK: The Punjab Cabinet Thursday approved the modalities for distribution of smart mobile phones to the state’s youth, to pave the way for the implementation of the scheme from December this year.

Babul Supriyo heckled at Jadavpur University

KOLKATA: Union Minister Babul Supriyo was heckled by a section of students of Jadavpur University during his visit to the campus to attend an event organised by the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP), here on Thursday.

Pharma expert delivers talk at Rayat Bahra Varsity

MOHALI: Rayat Bahra University School of Pharmaceutical Sciences (USPS) organized an expert lecture by Dr Balakumar Pitchai, Professor of Pharmacology in JKK Nattraja College of Pharmacy, Tamil Nadu.

Transport strike against amended MVA affects Delhi-NCR

NEW DELHI: A transport strike call on Thursday against the amended Motor Vehicle Act (MVA) in Delhi and the adjoining National Capital Region (NCR) areas has affected people badly as cabs, auto-rickshaws and private buses remained off the roads.

Govt bans e-cigarettes, ordinance likely by evening

NEW DELHI: Hookah bars and e-cigarettes would now be out of reach for all with the Union cabinet clearing an ordinance to ban electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS).

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.

JNU poll body allowed to release student union results

NEW DELHI: The Delhi High Court on Tuesday allowed the Jawaharlal Nehru University election committee to declare the results of the students union polls held on September 6.

2 teenage boys critical after being shot in WB's Purulia

KOLKATA: Two school students are battling for their lives after being shot at by miscreants in Parbelia town of West Bengal's Purulia district, police said on Tuesday.

Lots of potential but need good coaches to harness it: Gopichand

NEW DELHI:  P.V. Sindhu sent waves around the badminton world when she waltzed her way to a maiden World Championship gold medal last month. It was a historic achievement, one that no Indian had ever managed to do before, and yet the manner in which she brushed off her opponents in the last two matches -- one of whom was defending champion Nozomi Okuhara -- made it look like the gold always belonged to her. Coach Pullela Gopichand, who was courtside when Sindhu was mauling Okuhara, believes that this win is not a one-off if India can nurture and harness the talent it currently has in the junior circuit.

Disabled Success Stories Showcased

HYDERABAD: An Exhibition of Products Produced by Disabled is organised at the 3Day National Summit of and for Divyangan currently underway at Sharadhamam Shikshana Kendra, Bandlagua Jagir, Hyderabad.

Lyallpur Khalsa College organize Grand Event in the form of a mega Welcome Party

JALANDHAR:  First of its kind, A Grand Event in the form of a mega Welcome Party was organized at Lyallpur Khalsa College, Jalandhar for the students of B.A.(Arts). Chief Guest of the occasion College Principal, Dr. Gurpinder Singh Samra was duly welcomed with a bouquet of flowers by Dean Academic Affairs, Prof.  Jasreen Kaur along with the other staff members.

Punjab Government committed for empowering women-Aruna Chaudhary

CHANDIGARH: “The Punjab Government is committed for empowering women and it has taken a number of steps for the welfare of women especially the poor.” Disclosing this, Social Security, Women and Child Development Minister Punjab Mrs Aruna Choudhary said that the main objective of Punjab Government is to empower women as much as possible so that they can contribute more to the social, political and economic development of the state.

Seminar on cyber security at Rayat Bahra

MOHALI: A seminar on cyber security was conducted by the Computer Science Engineering Department of University School of Engineering and Technology, Rayat Bahra University.

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