Sunday, September 26, 2021

Campus Buzz

Dr. B.R. National Medical Commission approves Ambedkar State Institute of Medical Sciences

CHANDIGARH:The National Medical Commission has issued a letter to the Punjab Government establishing Dr. B.R. The Ambedkar State Institute of Medical Sciences has been approved by the National Medical Commission.

British Council organizes workshop at Chandigarh University, Gharuan to discuss 'Going Global Partnership Grant'

CHANDIGARH:A special workshop was organized at the campus of Chandigarh University, Gharuan in collaboration with the British Council and the Government of Punjab to discuss the Going Global Partnership programme launched to develop India-UK Joint Teaching-Learning Modules and build joint programs.

6 REET candidates die in Raj road accident

JAIPUR: Six candidates of the Rajasthan Eligibility Examination for Teacher (REET) test were killed in a road accident when the van they were travelling in collided with a truck on NH-12 on Saturday.

KCGC, KCGAA Congratulate Trudeau, Jagmeet for Impressive Win in Canada

AMRITSAR:The historic Khalsa College Governing Council (KCGC) today congratulated Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for the consecutive third impressive win in the Canadian parliamentary elections. The KCGC and the Khalsa College Global Alumni Association (KCGAA) sent best wishes to Trudeau and also applauded Jagmeet Singh-led New Democratic Party (NDP) which also won 27 seats and would play a pivotal role in the formation of the government.

World Ozone Day celebrated at Rayat Bahra University

MOHALI: A panel discussion was organized by Rayat Bahra University in collaboration with Aruna Asaf Ali PG College, Kalka, to mark World Ozone Day. The theme of the discussion was 'Ozone for Life’.

18,000 rural youths to be provided skill training: TN govt

CHENNAI:  The Tamil Nadu government will train about 18,000 youths from the rural areas with skills to become welders, plumbers, electricians, pottery makers, tailors, and such life-sustaining skills.

Can't deny them hope: SC refuses to defer 1st NDA exam for women this year

NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Wednesday rejected the Centre's plea to defer the first National Defence Academy (NDA) exam for women candidates, and directed that women should be allowed to sit for the upcoming exam on November 14.

Panjab University Enactus team Launches Cloth-based Sanitary Napkins

CHANDIGARH: Enactus team, Dr. S. S. Bhatnagar University Institute of Chemical Engineering & Technology (SSBUICET), Panjab University in collaboration with Developing Indigenous Resources-India (DIR) and Versatile Group, Ludhiana launched reusable, cost-effective and eco-friendly cloth-based sanitary napkins under its Project Uday, at an event held today at Janata Colony, Nayagaon.

International Peace Day Celebrated at MLU DAV College Phagwara

PHAGWARA:International peace day was celebrated at MLU DAV College Phagwara with great zeal and enthusiasm under the guidance of Dr. Kiranjeet Randhawa Principal of the college. Each year the International Day of Peace is observed around the world today .

Research Scholar of Department of Environment Studies, PU, won First prize

CHANDIGARH: Nitasha Vig, Ph.D. Research Scholar of Department of Environment Studies, Panjab University, Chandigarh, won First prize for her research paper in Virtual National Conference on Emerging Trends to Heal the Earth and Environment (ETHEE), held on 18th September 2021.

Engineer’s Day Celebrated at KCET

AMRITSAR:To commemorate the Birth anniversary of Er. Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya, the Engineer’s Day was celebrated at Khalsa College of Engineering and Technology (KCET). An E-Conclave 'Advancement in Engineering Career Post “Covid-19” was organized KCET–IIC under MHRD and Institution Innovation Council and AICTE during which distinguished speakers including Rajiv Sajdeh, CII Chairman, Dr. Shweta, an expert on Intellectual Property Rights, Dipanshu Parashar , young Cyber Security Author, Er. Harmandeep Kaur from Capegemini) and Sajan Aneja, an Entrepreneur gave their views., said Dr. Manju Bala, Director, who congratulated all faculty members, students and staff on Engineer’s Day.

JGU launches first postgraduate degree in psychology

Placement-linked skill training boon for Himachal rural youth

SHIMLA: The placement-linked skill training programme -- Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Grameen Kaushal Yojana -- is proving to be a boon for the poor rural youth in Himachal Pradesh as it enabled to train 5,320 people and provide employment to 3,021 in various sectors, officials said on Monday.

Samagra Shiksha Plan To Boost Education Sector In Punjab

A budget of INR 1,126 crore is approved by the Union Ministry of Education for both the school education and teacher training for the 2021-22 financial year under the Samagra Shiksha Programme. Currently, the funds allocated for the program includes both recurring and non-recurring expenditure. In addition to that, in comparison to the INR 906 crore fund allocation by the central ministry, the fund provided to the Samagra Shiksha program is 25% higher. 

RBU ranked 35th among top universities in survey

MOHALI: The Rayat Bahra University and Bahra University have made it to the list of the top-ranking universities of the country. In a survey conducted by Outlook, a weekly newsmagazine, the RBU has been ranked 35th among the top universities of the country.

UIPS commenced the celebrations of National Pharmacovigilance Week

CHANDIGARH: University Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences successfully marked the beginning of virtual weeklong celebrations on the occasion of National Pharmacovigilance Week from 17th September to 23rd September.

Teachers are the backbone of society, need due respect: RMS Chhina

AMARITSAR:Teachers are the backbone of any civilized society and they need due respect”. This was stated by Khalsa College Governing Council honourary secretary Rajinder Mohan Singh Chhina during the award giving ceremony during the state level Best Teachers Award at Khalsa College of Education (KCE), GT Road, here today.

NCC Completes Navel Wing Enrollment at Khalsa College

AMRITSAR:The NCC Naval Wing of Khalsa College Amritsar today completed the naval enrollment for the current session in which 100 students were shortlisted. The procedure of the enrollment procedure was conducted by Indian Navy officials with the help of the Colleges authorities as the students of first year from various streams of the graduate classes participated in the selection process, said Principal Dr. Mehal Singh.

2 pharma students of RBU win coveted awards

MOHALI: Two students of the University School of Pharmaceutical Sciences of the Rayat Bahra University have won laurels for the university by bagging two coveted awards in the International Conference cum Researcher’s Summit-2021 on ‘Research and Development in Pharmaceutical Sciences: Updates and Perspectives’ organized by University School of Pharmacy, IEC University Baddi.

Six students from Rajasthan top JEE man exams

JAIPUR:  Rajasthan has produced six toppers who ranked all India first in the coveted JEE Main exams after taking coaching from Kota.

3rd 'Mega Employment Fair' held under 7th State Level Employment Fair at SSM College, Dinanagar

DINA NAGAR, (GURDASPUR): The Punjab Government has organized 'Mega Employment Fairs' across the state with the objective of providing ''Ghar-Ghar Rozgar' to the unemployed youth and the promise made by the government to the people has been fulfilled. .This was stated by Mrs. Aruna Chaudhary Cabnit Minister Punjab, while interacting with the media after attending the 3rd State Level Employment Fair organized at SMM College Dinanagar.

Over 750 attend Job Fair at Rayat Bahra Univ

MOHALI: Under the flagship programme of the Punjab government's 'Ghar Ghar Rozgar Mission', 7th Mega Job Fairs progress started with the third Job Fair organised at the Rayat Bahra University. Vice-Chancellor Dr Parvinder Singh was the Chief Guest at the fair. Prof BS Satyal, Registrar, also attended the fair. More than 750 candidates attended the Job Fair.

Heavy rainfall continues in Odisha; schools closed in 12 districts

BHUBANESWAR: Heavy rainfall continued in many parts of Odisha for the past 24 hours, breaking old records in capital city Bhubaneswar and pilgrim city Puri, the IMD said on Monday. The government closed schools in 12 districts for two days.

Governor Haryana honours Dr. Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group

MOHALI: In "FAP State Awards", organised by Federation of Private School Association of Punjab (FAP), Dr. Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group of Colleges, Rajpura, Near Chandigarh; President, Punjab Unaided Colleges Association (PUCA); President, Federation of Self Financing Technical Institutions (FSFTI) & Co- Chairman, Joint Association of Colleges (JAC) was honoured by Sh. Bandaru Dattatreya, Governor of Haryana for excellence in the field of education.

1,10,971 TN students to appear for NEET today

CHENNAI:Even after the stiff opposition from the DMK government and the slugfest with the AIADMK-BJP combine in Tamil Nadu against conducting NEET exams, a total of 1,10,971 students from the state will take the exam scheduled from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday.

GNDU tops in NIRF 2021 among all institutions in Punjab and neighboring states

AMRITSAR: Guru Nanak Dev University has once again emerged as a top higher education institution in Punjab and its neighboring states in the National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) 2021. It has up-scaled its ranking to 13th position in 2021 compared to 14th position in 2020 among the multi-speciality state universities of India.

Tree plantation drive at KCET

AMRITSAR:A fruits-tree plantation drive was held at Khalsa College of Engineering and Technology (KCET), here today in which 100 plants of various varieties were planted. KCET Director-Principal Dr. Manju Bala said the College in collaboration with the Income Tax Department made efforts to make the campus eco-friendly and greener. Chief Guest on the occasion Rohit Mehra, Additional Income Tax Commissioner who is popularly known as “Green Man”, famous for establishing more than 1000 micro forests and planting more than 9 Lac trees, appreciated the efforts of the College.

Controversy again over Jinnah portrait in AMU

ALIGARH(UP):The portrait of Jinnah has returned to haunt Aligarh Muslim University once again.
The BJP unit in Aligarh has now written a letter with their blood to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, urging him to ensure the removal of the portrait of Jinnah from the campus.

National nutrition week celebrations'@ GNA University

PHAGWARA:GNA University organised National Nutrition Week with an objective to make students aware of the role of nutrition to maintain good health in present scenario of global health crisis. Faculty of Hospitality organised various activities under national nutrition week
celebrations 2021under the theme‘Feeding smart right from the start’.

AAEA bats for complete revamping of water transport services

GUWAHATI:Expressing profound grief over the demise of a college
teacher (Parimita Das, a resident of Kahilipara in the city), who
drowned following the boat accident on mighty river Brahmaputra near
Nimatighat in Jorhat on Wednesday, All Assam Engineer’s Association
(AAEA) bats for a complete revamping of the State’s water transport

250 private schools in UP threaten to stop RTE admissions

LUCKNOW: Around 250 unaided private schools in Uttar Pradesh have decided not to admit students from the economically weaker sections (EWS) until the state government reimbursed the last three years' fees payable to private schools for admitting students under the Right to Education (RTE) Act.

RBU pact with US pharma firm for placements

MOHALI: The Rayat Bahra University has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Eminent Physicians, USA, under which the latter would give valuable inputs to the university in teaching, training methodology and suitably customize the curriculum so that the students fit into the industrial scenario of the pharma sector meaningfully.

Khaitan Public School capitalizes on its 40-year-old legacy of quality education by launching Khaitan World School in Rajnagar, Ghaziabad

NEW DELHI: Addressing the growing need for quality education which meets global expectations, the Khaitan Family continues with its legacy of commitment and excellence and launched another school -- The Khaitan World School in Rajnagar, Ghaziabad promoting global best practices and international mindedness under one roof.

KGMU gets 1st of its kind haematology clinic

LUCKNOW:The King George's Medical University (KGMU) has launched a first-of-its kind clinic for preventive haematology.The clinic will operate every Saturday at the department's outpatient door (OPD) chamber and people having predisposition to blood-related disorders can get themselves checked for preventive treatment and consultation.

Guru Granth Sahib’s 417th `Parkash Purab’ Celebrated at Khalsa College

AMRITSAR:The 417th `Parkash Purab’, the first installation of Guru Granth Sahib at Golden Temple, was today celebrated with religious fervor and devotion at historic Khalsa College campus. During the occasion the message of humanity, peace and universal brotherhood as enshrined in the holy scripture, was highlighted.

Afghan educational institutions following new gender format reopen

NEW DELHI:  Private universities and higher education institutions in Afghanistan that are following the new gender format under which male and female students will be taught in separate classrooms, have reopened.

Govt blind to students' distress, postpone NEET exam: Rahul

NEW DELHI:  After the court refused to interfere on dates of the NEET examination, former Congress President Rahul Gandhi came out openly in support of the aspirants.

 Vet Varsity Concludes Poultry Farming Training Course

 LUDHIANA: Department of Veterinary & Animal Husbandry Extension Education, Guru Angad Dev Veterinary & Animal Sciences University, Ludhiana organized a two-week training course on poultry farming. Eleven budding farmers from different parts of Punjab participated in this training programme. It was organized under BHARAT KA AMRIT MAHOTSAV- 75 Years of India’s Independence.

RBU holds a health camp at Marauli Kalan, Radiala in Mohali district

Allahabad University bans single-use plastic on campus

PRAYAGAJ: The Allahabad University (AU) has decided to not only stop using single-use plastics on the campus but also spread awareness on the issue outside the campus.


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