Friday, March 24, 2023

Campus Buzz

Seminar on health awareness at DBU

MANDI GOBINDGARH: A one day seminar was organised by the Ayurveda College and Hospital, Desh Bhagat University, Mandi Gobindgarh. The theme of the seminar was “Health Awareness on New Vikram Samvat 2080”.

STC on Research Methodology and Ethics organized at Guru Nanak Dev University

AMRITSAR: The UGC-HRDC of the Guru Nanak Dev University organized a One-Week Online Short Term Course on Research Methodology and Ethics under the leadership of Vice Chancellor Prof. Jaspal Singh Sandhu. As many as 30 participants from across India- Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Jammu and Kashmir and West Bengal and Punjab were particiapted.

Experts discuss sexual harassment of women at workplace

MOHALI: The University School of Law of the Rayat Bahra University organized a workshop as part of International Women’s Day celebrations in collaboration with Human Rights Council, Women's Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (WICCI), Chandigarh.

1740 Students Get Degrees at Khalsa College’s 117th Convocation

AMRITSAR: As many as 1740 students from various graduate and post-graduate classes were awarded degrees at historic Khalsa College’s 117th Annual Convocation, here today. Khalsa College Governing Council (KCGC) President Satyajit Singh Majithia during his convocation address stated that the technology in this new era is bringing new challenges and we need to find new solutions through academics and spiritual way of life.

Guru Nanak Dev University Alumni Meet

AMRITSAR: The Alumni Meet - 2023 of the Guru Nanak Dev University was held here today at Sri Guru Granth Sahib Bhawan of the University. The Alumni Meet was attended by a large number of alumni of the University from wide range of spheres like Judiciary, IAS, Customs & Excise and so many other from PCS, Defence Services, State Town Planners, Industrialists, Academician, GM of various organisations.

Benefits of NEET Coaching

In India, the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test, or NEET, is one of the most important exams for students who want to pursue a career in the medical field. With an increasing number of students aspiring to become doctors, the competition for NEET has become more intense than ever before. As a result, many students opt for NEET coaching to increase their chances of success. Thus, below are some of the benefits of NEET coaching.

Y-20 Consultation Summit concluded at Guru Nanak Dev University

AMRITSAR: After a day long panel discussions of the panelists and delegates of G-20 countries in the Y-20 Consultation Summit which was hosted by Guru Nanak Dev University in the Golden Jubilee Convention Centre of the University, a press meet was organized here today in the Syndicate Room of the University.

Sukhmani Sahib path marks new session at DBU

MANDI GOBINDGARH: The Admission Cell of Desh Bhagat University, Mandi Gobindgarh, organised a path of Sukhmani Sahib to mark the beginning of the new admission session 2023-24.

Amritsar to host the 2nd G20 EdWG Meeting and Seminar on ‘Strengthening Research, Promoting Innovation through richer Collaboration’

AMRITSAR: Amritsar to host the 2nd G20 EdWG Meeting and Seminar on ‘Strengthening Research, Promoting Innovation through richer Collaboration’

Shemrock School organised unforgettable experience through the hot air balloon at its campus

MOHALI: Shemrock School Sector -69 organised open adventure sports activities at its campus under the title active school kids. Children of tricity participated in the event .various activities burma bridge, commando net, trampoline , gun shooting, flying fox rappelling, micky mouse, body zorb, archery, ball jumping, camping in school ground, artificial wall climbing, DJ with music, hot air balloon & parasailing etc . were organised at the moment.

GNDU welcomes international, national speakers and delegates of Youth (Y-20) Consultation Summit

AMRITSAR: Various international and national speakers will reach in the Guru Nanak Dev University tomorrow i.e. on March 14 to participate in Youth 20 (Y-20) Consultation Summit which is a platform for discussion on the theme of Future of Work: Industry 4.0 Innovation and 21st Century Skills. Some of the panelists have already reached the University campus.

Agri students of RBU visit mushroom farms

MOHALI: The University School of Agriculture Sciences of the Rayat Bahra University organized a field visit to Khan Mushroom Farm and Training Centre, Una. This programme was sponsored by the National Institute of Agriculture Extension Management, Hyderabad (MANAGE) and the Punjab Agriculture Management and Extension Training Institute, PAU, Ludhiana.

Campus to corporate “ placement drive on march 14

KAPURTHALA : With an aim to facilitate youth to grab the job opportunities besides providing them the guidance to establish their ventures ,District administration will organise a mega placement drive named as ‘Campus to Corporate’ at GNA University, Phagwara on March 14.

RGNUL organises ‘Zelus’ Sports Fest-2023

PATIALA: Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab organised the fourth edition of its annual sports fest ‘ZELUS’ from 2nd March to 6th March, 2023. More than 600 students participated in the event from all across the nation.

CGC Jhanjeri Celebrated International Women’s Day 2023

MOHALI: Chandigarh Group of Colleges, Jhanjeri Celebrated International Women’s Day 2023 at its campus. As many as more than 1000 students participated in the event along with the faculty members of the college. The guests of honour of the event were Avneet Kaur PCS (ADS) D, Mohali, Khandla Nijhowne Master Chef Finalist, Priyanka Sud Advocate Punjab & Haryana High Court, Deepika Bahri WICCI Chairperson, Manpreet Athlete Shot Put & Gold Medallist Asian Grand Prix & Olympics Player & RJ Riya Artist to showcase and highlight women’s achievements, initiatives undertaken for eliminating gender based discrimination and positive shift towards greater empowerment of women in all domains.

Guru Nanak Dev University to organize National Seminar under the flagship of G-20

AMRITSAR: Under the flagship of G-20 presidency and visionary guidance of the Vice Chancellor, Prof. Jaspal Singh Sandhu of Guru Nanak Dev University, the department Electronics Technology in collaboration with Commission for Scientific & Technical Terminology (CSTT), Department of Education, Government of India is organizing a 2-Day National Seminar on “Implementation of National Education Policy (NEP-2020) in Technical Education & Technical Terminology in Punjabi”on10th-11th March, 2023.

Webinar on career opportunities in computers

MOHALI: The Department of Computer Applications of Rayat Bahra University organized a live webinar on `Career Opportunities in Computer Applications’. A large number of students and faculty members participated in this webinar.

Two-Day Long 9th National Sochni Conference on Global Health Challenges at KCN

AMRITSAR: The two-day long national Socni Conference on Global Health Challenges today began at Khalsa College of Nursing (KCN) in which the experts delegates from all over the country held deliberations on rising threats of medical emergencies. They said that the Covid epidemic has shown how the health services might be under stress and how nursing services needed to be strengthened further to face the new challenges.

Inter-departmental Debate at KCP

AMRITSAR: Khalsa College of Pharmacy along with Khalsa College of Pharmacy & Technology today organized a Debate and Extempore competition on the theme “Online Classes Pros and Cons”. More than 50 students took part in the event.

8th Annual Athletic Meet at KCET

AMRITSAR: Khalsa College of Engineering and Technology (KCET) today organized 8th annual athletic meet with the purpose to instill sportsman spirit among students and to enhance their physical and social skills. The event began with the Shabad Gayan followed by lamp lighting and flag hoisting by Dr. Manju Bala, Director, KCET. This was followed by a colorful march-past by the students of the college. Later there was oath ceremony in which students solemnly pledged to uphold the spirit of true sportsmanship.

School Kinds Visit KCVAS

AMRITSAR: A group of 50 school students from Government Senior Secondary School, Sabuana (Fazilka) visited Khalsa College of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (KCVAS), Amritsar today. The students, accompanied by their teachers, had a day-long tour of the college, its various departments and the attached farms and Veterinary hospital said Dr. HK Verma, Principal, KCVAS.

Free BMD Check-up Camp at KCA

AMRITSAR: The Department of Physiotherapy, Khalsa College Amritsar organized a free Bone Mineral Density (BMD) check-up camp. The camp was inaugurated by the Dr. Mehal Singh, Principal, Khalsa College, Amritsar.The camp was organized with the motive to detect the deficiency of calcium in the bones of people with age 25 years and above. A total number of 115 people from college campus and the areas nearby the Khalsa College Amritsar availed the free services of this campand underwent the assessment of their bone mineral density levels. It was found that out of 115 people, 35 % people were having normal bone mineral density levels. 65 % patients were diagnosed with low bone mineral density level, most of which were found to be osteopenic.

National Conference on “Current Advances in Physical Sciences” at KCA

AMRITSAR: The post-graduate department of Physics, Khalsa College Amritsar (KCA) today organised the 6th National Conference on “Current Advances in Physical Sciences”. Prof. B.P. Singh from Aligarh Muslim University, who was a ‘Guest of Honour’ and a renowned name in the field of experimental nuclear physics, Prof. Bir Bikram Singh from Akal University, Talwandi Sabho was a Keynote speaker and Dr.Anupinder Singh and Dr.Sandeep Sharma from Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar were the resource persons who all shared valuable tips and new developments in the fields with students and faculty..

Tech-Fest-2023 Organized at Khalsa College

AMRITSAR: The post-graduate department of Computer Science and Applications, Khalsa College today organized Tech-Fest 2023 in which a seminar on “E-Waste Management” was the primary attraction. The facilitators were Dr.Yogesh Arora, Health Officer, Municipal Corporation, Amritsar and Ranjit Singh, Chief SI, Municipal Corporation. Prof. Harbhajan Singh Randhawa, Head Computer Science Department gave the important tips on managing the e--waste. Dr Mehal Singh, Principal, who was the Chief Guest of the function spoke on how the eletronics waste is becoming a major challenge for the society.

“Career Counselling Event” at Khalsa College

AMRITSAR: The post-graduate department of Commerce and Business Administration, Khalsa College, Amritsar organized “Career Counselling Event” in which 120 students from various schools participated. The students were shown the whole Commerce Department including Department Library, Commerce Lab, Computer Lab and Research Lab. The school students were apprised about the diversed Courses run by the department and the career opportunities associated with these courses. The primary objective of the event was to elevate, enrich the students with modern day education system.

Aryans organises Nukkar Natak on world day for Social Justice

MOHALI : To highlight the importance of World day for Social Justice, Aryans College of Law, Rajpura, Near Chandigarh organized a Street Play. Aryans LLB and BA LLB students participated and portrayed various social issues and acts for woman on this year theme "Overcoming Barriers and Unleashing Opportunities for Social Justice”

Aided College Management Federation to Intensify Agitation against Punjab Govt over Centralized Admission Portal and Retirement Age Row

AMRITSAR: The meeting of the executive committee of Non-Govt Aided Colleges Management Federation (NGACMF) was held at Hans Raj Mahila Maha Vidyalaya (HMV), Jalandhar and it was decided not to conduct admission on the centralized online portal as proposed by the department of higher education, government of Punjab. They said that the Colleges are already conducting online admissions on their own and the state government should not force them for centralized admissions, which is `discriminatory’ and full of flaws.

KCET signs MoU by NITTTR for Faculty Skill Enhancement

AMRITSAR : Khalsa College of Engineering and Technology (KCET) today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with National Institute of Technical Teachers Training and Research (NITTTR), Chandigarh for faculty skill enhancement. The MoU with the NITTTR which is under the Ministry of Human Resource and Development, Govt. of India and aims to better quality of technical education focuses on teachers' training that combines the best practices from education, social work, career counseling and technology training.

Inter-State Folk Dance Artists Mesmerizes Audience at Khalsa College

AMRITSAR : The audience was spell-bound as the artists performed during the Inter-state folk dance competition organized by the Department of Youth Welfare, Khalsa College at the campus here. The program was organized under the government of India Inter-State Youth Exchange Program, said Khalsa College Registrar Dr. Devender Singh who is also Dean, Youth Welfare.

Small Bites, Big Threats: Mosquitoes and their Eco-Friendly Control” : Seminar at KCA

AMRITSAR : The Zoological Society of PG department of Zoology organized a seminar on “Small Bites, Big Threats: Mosquitoes and their Eco-Friendly Control” today. The aim of the seminar was to create awareness among students about the various diseases spread by mosquitoes and their eco-friendly control measures.

Are Coaching Institutes Effective For UPSC Exam Preparation?

Most applicants who begin their Civils studies are uninformed of the specifications for this exam, and the majority lack the financial means to simply travel to Delhi and attend tutoring. 

Seminar dedicated to Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji and the four Sahibzadas organized at Guru Nanak Dev University

AMRITSAR : The Center on Studies in Sri Guru Granth Sahib organized a one-day seminar dedicated to Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji and the four Sahibzadas on the subject of "Soorbeerta te Sidak di Lasani Dastaan: Char Sahibzadian di Shahadat" and released three research books published by the center.

Around 80 Publishers and 100 Literary Figures will be Participating- Dr. Mehal Singh

AMRITSAR: The five-day-long prestigious annual `Amritsar Sahit Utsav and Book Fair 2023’, will be held from February 14 to February 18 at the iconic campus of Khalsa College, here. At least 80 publishers from all over India and more than 100 national and state level literary figures will be participating in this mega event, said authorities.

The best language schools in UK for foreign students

To enrol in standard language schools in England, it is not necessary to know the language. Upon arrival at the school, the student takes a test. Depending on the result, the students are assigned to a suitable group. In case of choosing the program of Business English, preparation for international exams and Pathway, it is necessary to know English at level of B1-B2.

Workshop on ‘Strategies for Productivity in Dairy Farming

AMRITSAR : An International Workshop on ‘Strategies for Better Productivity in Dairy and Goat Farming” was organized at Khalsa College of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (KCVAS), here today. The workshop was organized in collaboration with PUM Netherlands Senior Experts, a body promoting entrepreneurship in the dairy sector.

Rudraksh Group Mohali - Learn to Calculate GPA and CGPA for Canada Study Visas

In recent times, the number of Indian students travelling to Canada to pursue their higher education has gone up tremendously. Canada is slowly emerging as one of the top destinations for students from India to migrate to in pursuit of world-class educational institutions as well as great career options after completing their studies.

250 Students Awarded Degrees at Khalsa College Mohali

MOHALI: At least 250 students were today awarded degrees at Khalsa College (Amritsar) of Technology and Business Management (KCATBS), here today during First annual Convocation of the institution. Khalsa College Governing Council (KCGC) Joint Secretary, Finance Gunbir Singh who was the chief guest at the occasion stressed on impetus to the professional education while coaxing the youth to think futuristic as the world is changing too fast.

Chitkara University hosts a delegation from Western Sydney University, Australia

CHANDIGARH: Continuously and consecutively promoting strategic collaboration, Chitkara University (CU) hosted 20 law students from Western Sydney University (WSU), Australia, who were invited to jointly celebrate the Republic Day of India and the National Day of Australia.

Rival groups screen BBC documentary, 'The Kashmir Files' at Hyderabad University

HYDERABAD : For a second time in less than a week, BBC's controversial documentary on Prime Minister Narendra Modi and 2002 Gujarat riots was screened by a group of students at University of Hyderabad while the rival group responded with the screening of Hindi film 'The Kashmir Files'.

BBC docu screening: Police receive cross complaints from JNUSU, ABVP

NEW DELHI : Delhi Police said on Wednesday that they have received cross complaints from both Jawaharlal Nehru University Students' Union (JNSU) and the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) a day after high drama prevailed on the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) campus on Tuesday night, with JNSU members alleging that they were attacked with stones while watching a controversial BBC documentary on Prime Minister Narendra Modi.