Jalandhar: Lovely Professional University (LPU) has signed a memorandum of understanding with Virtusa, which is headquartered in the United States. On this occasion, a “Virtusa Center of Excellence” was also inaugurated at the School of Computer Engineering of LPU at the university. The pact will further contribute to strengthening the connection between the university and the industry of LPU, especially in the field of new areas of information technology, including the “Google Cloud Platform”. On behalf of Virtusa, a memorandum of understanding was signed by its senior vice president and head of global delivery Mohit Sharma. Interacting with LPU students, Sharma guided the students on the “Virtusa Student Ambassador Program” and informed them that this is a unique opportunity for students to start a lasting relationship with Virtusa. Vocational Vice-Chancellor Prof. Lovi Raj Gupta said LPU has already collaborated with more than 50 technology companies for student involvement in industry. Industry projects provide LPU students with insight into the latest trends in the corporate world and help them become competitive and ready to take on real business challenges.
DPS throws a farewell party
Delhi Public School has bid farewell to the outgoing Class XII batch of 2021-22 with great enthusiasm. The evening was a celebration of years spent with friends and teachers to reminisce about happy times. The program began with welcome speeches by Aashirwad Sandhu and Saksham Arora. It was followed by moments presented to outgoing students by teachers. The highlight of the function was the beautiful cultural presentation. Class XII (2022-23) students put on a mix of scintillating dance performances, entertaining drama, melodious songs and heart-pounding music that rocked the auditorium. Various fun games involving the students were also played. The stand-up comedy tickled the fun bone of the audience. The outgoing group gave speeches expressing their gratitude to their mentors and teachers for their invaluable contribution in making this trip a memorable one.
Girls shine in PSEB class 10 exams
Students from Government Girls Senior Secondary School, Nehru Garden have achieved good results. A total of 224 girls appeared, of which 14 scored 90% and above, 63 scored 80% and above. Avantika scored 96.6%, missing out on merit with just one point. Ganga Gupta and Samiti Bhagat got 95.3% and Apurva Yadav came third with 94.7%.
St Soldier students bring laurels
Students of St Soldier Inter College, Friends Colony performed highly in the 10th results declared by the Punjab School Education Board. Diksha students got the first position in the institution by getting 90% marks, Suhani was second with 89% marks, Kumar Gaurav was third with 81% marks. Congratulating all the students and their parents, Principal Manginder Singh said that all the students in class X passed with good marks and the result is 100%. President Anil Chopra, Vice President Sangeeta Chopra, while congratulating the staff members and students, asked them to work hard in the future to make the name of the institution proud and said that all kinds of facilities are provided by the institution to the students for their education. .
Organized trip to Wonderland
A day trip to Wonderland was organized for the students of HMV Collegiate Sr Sec School under the guidance of Head Teacher Ajay Sareen. The science stream students had an incredible time at Wonderland, which allowed them to break away from the routine of classes. Students enjoyed the infinity room, house of horror, boating, and tempting lunch. Their main source of enjoyment was the water park slides. They played and splashed in the water and had an amazing time. The trip was memorable and eventful. The students clicked the selfies to cherish the memories throughout their lives. Head Teacher Dr Sareen praised the coordinator and the college school staff for organizing the trip.
The DIPS chain does well in exams
The pupils of DIPS Chain (GB Public School) brought laurels to the series by achieving good marks in the 10th examination organized by the Punjab Board. In the PSEB board, Kiran scored 83.9, Arshdeep Singh 82.7, Shamsher Singh 82.2, Jasmin Kaur 81.5, Ramandeep Kaur 81.1 percentile. The result of all Dips GB Public Dhilwan and Begowal School students was 100% in the exam and all of them passed the board exam with good marks. MD Tarwinder Singh praised parents and teachers and encouraged children that getting good grades now opens doors for them to better fields in the future.
Courses on interior decoration organized
The Apeejay College of Fine Arts held skills enhancement courses on “Home Decorating with Scraps” where students learned the art of creative and attractive home decorating from scraps. These classes were organized for 10+2 students to make various creative and attractive pieces to beautifully decorate their homes. Principal Dr. Neerja Dhingra said that every creature in God’s creation is born with a certain talent and there is a need to provide them with the right opportunities to nurture that talent, and through these skill enhancement courses we we have strived to provide such opportunities. students to develop their skills according to their support. Rajni Kumar acquainted students with the basic knowledge of home decorating in “Home Decorating with Garbage” courses. She gave students tips for understanding 2D and 3D drawing of residences, provided them with information on isometric creation and room perspective.
Activities for the pre-primary wing
Preschool activities were organized in Eklavya school to encourage children saying that doing activities is good for improving knowledge. The toddlers of the Eklavya school performed various activities related to academics. The students in the UKG class did a cotton swab activity and really enjoyed doing this activity. Students in the LKG class made sunshine out of matches. Principal Seema Handa said preschool activities open windows to regulate a child’s curiosity in a positive way. The pupils of the Kindergarten class have been coloring in fruits and vegetables. Educator Shakun Saluja did physical activities with students like yoga, meditation and explained that physical activities are very essential for good health. Preschool students sorted cereals, poured activities, this type of activity helps the development of fine motor skills. TNS
Organized skills development course
The Ministry of Education of Doaba College organized a 15-day value-added skills development course titled “New Life After School” for 10+2 students from various schools. The aim of this course was to prepare students for the challenges they will face while pursuing higher education. To this end, a feeling was given to the students on the different aspects of college life. Principal Dr Pardeep Bhandari said the content of the skill development course included arts and crafts skills such as flower making and bottle decorating, psychology based experiments such as mirror drawing test , human maze learning and memory testing via memory drum and preparing teaching materials. (TLM) such as models and graphics. In addition to this, lectures were held on positive attitude, personality development, career oriented competitions and environmental awareness by expert faculty members. Special interactive sessions were organized to bring out the hidden talent of the students. An educational film “Chalk and Duster” was also shown to the students and analyzed by the expert teacher from the point of view of teaching and learning. At the end of the skills development course, certificates were presented to all participants at a specially organized farewell function. Principal Dr Pardeep Bhandari and Dr Avinash Chander-Head applauded the efforts of Skills Development Course Coordinator Prof Manjeet Kaur and faculty members and wished them all the best for future endeavours.
Suman of DAV 1st in MA (Political Science)
Hoshiarpur: DAV College, Hoshiarpur, Head Professor (Dr) Vinay Kumar informed that at Panjab University, Chandigarh, first semester result of Masters in Political Science, Suman Bala achieved the top position in the institution, obtaining 345 (86.25%) points out of 400, Bandhna also obtained the 2nd position with 336, that is to say 84% of marks. Simranpreet Kaur was third with 318 points or 79.5%. The chairman of the college management committee, Dr. Anoop Kumar, and the secretary, DL Anand, conveyed their best wishes to the deserving students.