Teej festival celebrated at Bhartiya public school, Ambala Cantt: La Tribune Inde
Ambala: The Teej festival was celebrated at Bhartiya public school, Ambala Cantt, with great fervor. To mark this day, several online classroom activities were organized. Students. Director Munish Jain appreciated the efforts of the participants.
Girls surpass boys
Yamunanagar: Dr RS Bawa, Pro-Chancellor of Chandigarh University, said that girls are breaking down conventional barriers in society by outperforming boys in all areas at Chandigarh University. Whether it’s academics, sports, finding campus internships, or entrepreneurship, the girls of Haryana shine and prove their courage with their outstanding achievements. While interacting with media, he said the days are over when girls only study to get a degree in order to improve their marital prospects. Not only do girls take on careers in male dominated fields, but they also rise to the top, giving boys a tough competition. This can be verified by the fact that out of the total of 1140 Haryana students who completed internships at the University of Chandigarh campus in 2020, girls make up 33% of the state’s total placed students. .
KU signs two pacts
Kurukshetra: To stimulate entrepreneurship, start-ups and innovative activities, the Kurukshetra University Technology Incubation Center (KUTIC), a component of the Kurukshetra University RUSA Project Society (KUPRS), has entered into an agreement with Chandigarh Angel Networks (CAN ), Chandigarh and Foundation for Innovation and Technology Transfer (FITT), IIT, New Delhi. While congratulating the KURPS and KUTIC teams, Professor Som Nath Sachdeva, KU Vice Chancellor, said that these agreements would also help develop a cordial and friendly ecosystem for start-ups. like encouraging our alma-maters, students and faculties to develop skills in the areas of creativity-based intellectual property and technology transfer through these agreements.
Inter-school poem recitation competition
Ambala: An inter-school poem recitation competition was organized by Sanskriti Garima Manch, Ambala, in which around 10 schools participated. The theme was patriotism. Aarushi of class XI (Arts) got the first position. Vikas Shukla of the XII class also gave excellent performances. Khushi Pal of the XM class placed first and Wasvi of the XJ class received a consolation prize for participating in the essay writing competition on the cultural significance of their state. The principal of the school, Ruchi Sharma, appreciated the students as well as the teachers of the Hindi department for the success.
Kite decoration at Teej celebrations
Rohtak: Shiksha Bharti High School celebrated Teej with great fanfare. Activities such as cultural dance, kite decoration, kite flying, mehandi design and spoon and sack racing competition were organized. Traditional Indian games were also held during the celebrations.