Sports meeting organized at the Sri Guru Harkrishan public school, Jhabal: La Tribune Inde


Tarn Taran: A sports meet was held at Sri Guru Harkrishan Public School, Jhabal, which students from Kindergarten to Standard VII participated with great enthusiasm. School principal Urminder Kaur said there was a banana race, musical chair, frog, basketball and other games. The first three holders were rewarded by Gurpreet Singh Sethi and Manjit Singh Dhillon, members of the management committee. The students presented a colorful cultural program. The scene was directed by Professor Gurwinder Kaur and Navdeep Kaur. Parents were also introduced on occasion. CO

Voter Awareness Camp at DAV College

Amritsar: The Systematic Voter Education and Voter Participation (SVEEP) team organized a seminar at DAV College followed by a voter awareness campaign. The seminar was organized as part of the Election Commission of India’s ongoing program to dispel misconceptions about electronic voting machines (EVMs) and the Voter Helpline app by educating students. Students from the Department of Mass Communications and Video Production and NCC officer cadets attended the seminar. Principal Dr Rajesh Kumar welcomed the decision to hold an awareness seminar. A presentation was made on the Voter Hotline by Barinder Jit Singh, Node Officer, SVEEP. He said that new mobile apps have been developed by the ECI, in particular the Voter Helpline app, the PwD app and the cVIGIL app. The cVIGIL app can be used by citizens to upload images or live video of any violation of the model code of conduct during the election.

An SVEEP team organizes a seminar for the students. tribune photo

Toddlers Celebrate Sports Week

The DAV public school (branch 5 Cantt) celebrated Sports Week from December 13 to 17. Students from LKG to class III participated in the event with great zeal. The toddlers showed sportsmanship by participating in various activities. The children conveyed the message that participation is more than winning or losing a game. Principal Anita Mehra appreciated the efforts of the participants and said that we all learn more outside of the classroom through sport.

Workshop on International Art Forms

The Department of Lifelong Learning organized a three-day workshop on “international art forms” in the department. Professor Saroj Bala officially welcomed the expert Kanchan Arora, specialist of Pidilite Industries Ltd. She also asked the students to present the items they made during the workshop so that they could earn while learning. Arora guided the students through crafts made using clay, fabric glue, molds, acrylics and canvas board. By the end of the workshop, students learned various art forms including abstract figures, alphabets, small pebbles, how to make jute bags, tote bags, t-shirt design, batik hangings and tumi daggers.

Interface industry academy at GGI

The training and placement unit of the Global Group of Institutes organized a two-day industrial academic interface on its campus for BTech students. Ranjan Vashishta, Managing Director, Quantum Jump Consulting Group, and former Deputy Managing Director Maruti Suzuki India Ltd, shared his experience in production, engineering and employee training. He informed the students about the different challenges encountered in industry and the corporate world. Vashishta also educated students on current industry trends.

Flower Festival ends at GNDU

The Bhai Vir Singh Flower and Plant Festival ended on Friday at Guru Nanak Dev University. Professor Hardip Singh, Dean of Academic Affairs, chaired the event and presented awards to the winners. He said that these festivals are essential to raise awareness of environmental protection. Lyallpur Khalsa College, Jalandhar, came first, while Khalsa College of Education, Amritsar, was second and KMV College, Jalandhar, third. Professor JS Bilga and Gurwinder Singh said the festival is dedicated to Bhai Vir Singh. TNS

Visitors click on a selfie with flowers at GNDU. tribune photo


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