Rotary Club North awards Scholarships to the Govt. College of Girls, Ludhiana

 LUDHIANA: Rotary club Ludhiana has selected 10 deserving candidates to receive scholarships of Rs. 5000 each to the students of Govt. College of Girls.

Welcome bash at Rayat Bahra University

MOHALI: It was a day filled with fun, excitement, dance, music and enthusiasm at the Rayat Bahra University here today where three fresher parties were organised to welcome the new students.

Top Lawyer KTS Tulsi applauded Aryans Law Students for E-munshi App

CHANDIGARH: Senior Supreme Court Advocate & Rajya Sabha Member, Sh. KTS Tulsi applauded the students of Aryans College of Law and Aryans College of Engineering for their joint project “eMunshi- Advocate Diary” App which would be very helpful for the lawyers, Munshi’s etc to keep the record of their Court Dates. 

Welcome bash at Rayat Bahra University

MOHALI: It was a day filled with fun, excitement, dance, music and enthusiasm at the Rayat Bahra University here today where three fresher parties were organised to welcome the new students.

1,945 students conferred degrees during 13th Annual Convocation of CGC Landran

MOHAL1: 1900-plus non-engineering graduates of 2017 and 2018 batches were awarded degrees at the 13th Annual Convocation of Chandigarh Group of Colleges (CGC) Landran. These comprised students from MBA, MCA, BBA, BCA, B.Com, B. Pharmacy, M. Pharmaceutics, M. Pharmacology, M.Pharmachemistry, B.Sc Biotech, M.Sc Biotech, B.Sc. HMCT, B.Sc. ATHM, BHMCT, and B.Sc. HHA. Students who bagged merit positions were also honoured with medals during the event. These comprised 47 gold medallists, 54 silver medallists and 55 bronze medallists.

Punjabi University V-C, others held ‘hostage’ by students in midnight protest

PATIALA: High drama was witnessed at Punjabi University, Patiala, on Sunday night after students demanding round-the-clock hostel entry for girls barged into the varsity guest house and allegedly held vice-chancellor Prof BS Ghuman and other senior officials hostage for nearly three five hours till 3am.

CGC Landran organizes Annual Alumni meet REMINISCENCE-2018

MOHALI: Around 1,000 former students of the institution were in attendance at REMINISCENCE-2018, the annual alumni meet of Chandigarh Group of Colleges (CGC) Landran. According a very warm reception to its alumni of batches 2005 to 2017, the institution also honoured 50-plus of its former students who have made a name for themselves in different professions.

New Allahabad University Students Union office bearers sworn in

ALLAHABAD: After a bout of violence, the newly-elected office bearers of the Allahabad University Students Union were sworn in on Saturday amid tight police presence, officials said.

Nirvana Night celebrated at NRI Girls Hostel of Vet Varsity

LUDHIANA: To accord a warm welcome and make them feel at home, the senior hostel inmates of NRI Girls’ Hostel of Guru Angad Dev Veterinary and Animal Sciences University, Ludhiana celebrated Fresher’s Party titled  ‘Nirvana Night 2018’ at Scientist Home. The celebrations began with floral welcome to the chief guest of the evening Mrs. Kanwaljeet Kaur Nanda, wife of the Vice Chancellor whereas the Guest of Honor, Dr. Mrs. Sucheta Sharma, Head, Department of Biochemistry, PAU.

Investiture Ceremony at Apeejay

JALANDHAR :Student Welfare Association of Apeejay College of Fine Arts, Jalandhar organised Investiture Ceremony for the young brigade in order to assign them various responsibilities during their journey of college life. Divided among 12 different committees approximately 150 students received their badges representing their respective committees. Ria Sharma of BA Vth Sem and Taranveer Singh of B. Com Sem I were elected as the Presidents of this Association.

Students of Khalsa institutions bring laurels by winning Bronze in Handball in Uzbekistan

AMRITSAR: The students of Khalsa institutions have brought laurels for their school/college and the country by winning Bronze in Handball cup held in Uzbekistan.The students of Khalsa College and Khalsa College Senior Secondary School Gursevak Singh and Taranjit Singh respectively showed their mettle in the sport by defeating Kazakhstan by 34-29 in the second match and by 36-20 in the third match.

13th GIAN workshop at PU

CHANDIGARH:Six days GIAN International workshop “Genome Informatics” was
inaugurated by Vice Chancellor of Panjab University, Prof. Raj Kumar
today at University Institute of Engineering & Technology (UIET) ,
Panjab university, Chandigarh, here today.

Governor of Punjab Flags off Aryans Anti Drug Rally

MOHALI: “It is impossible to eradicate the evils of drugs from the roots of Punjab without the support and participation of Youth of Punjab. The participation of students of Schools and Colleges is must to strengthen the Anti Drug Campaign. The initiatives of Aryans Group are highly appreciable who are continuously working for Anti drug campaign in this region.”

RBU sets up IELTS centre at its campus

MOHALI: Rayat Bahra University has set up IELTS (International English Language Testing System) Spoken English Personality  at Skill Development Centre at its campus here.

Arkansas varsity team of experts visited RBU

MOHALI:  A team of experts from Arkansas State University (A-State) visited RBU to interact with the students under the  pack signed  with Arkansas  State University (A-State), USA with RBU earlier. The University School of Engineering and Technology (USET) has pioneered significant changes to make education more pragmatic and holistic to earn its excellent reputation.

What are the Best Books for SSC GD Constable 2018 Exam?

Staff Selection Commission had released the recruitment notification of GD Constable exam some time back and the students preparing for government jobs will face a great competition in this exam. But with a planned preparation strategy and good source, one can easily clear this exam. Through this article we are going to share the list of important books which will help aspirants in clearing the SSC GD Constable exam with ease.

Indo Global Colleges students developed Room Automation using PIR Sensor for Savings Energy

MOHALI: Students of Indo Global Colleges to save energy developed   Room Automation using PIR Sensor. The objective of this project is to save wasteful electricity energy The fans and tube lights are generally remained switched on even when there is no occupant in the class room. This trend is prevailing in this college also. The PIR sensor can switch off fans and tube lights on sensing no occupants inside the classroom.

Top Indian Bands performed for Aurantiaco Music Festival organized at LPU

JALANDHAR: Six top Indian music bands from across the country reached Lovely Professional University, today, and performed for Aurantiaco Music Festival organized at BRM Unipolis of the Campus. The bands based on international and national students of the Indian universities presented exciting and competitor performance for four hours. Continuous rhymes, rhythms, drum beats at the festival compelled students to dance and sing along the artists throughout the band concert. Specially invited TV Reality show 'Indian Idol' fame, Punjabi singer Kiranjeet Kaur also presented songs based on Punjabi culture and heritage.

Around 18 Companies visits in 47th Aryans Job Fest

MOHALI: To give more career opportunities to the youth, Aryans Group of Colleges, Rajpura, Near Chandigarh organized 47th Aryans Job Fest at its Campus. Hundreds of candidates from tricity and North India participated in the fest.

GNDU wins Maulana Abul Kalam Azad Trophy for 2017-18

AMRITSAR: After a gap of six years, the Guru Nanak Dev University (GNDU) of  Amritsar has clinched prestigious Maulana Abul Kalam Azad (MAKA) Trophy for 2017-18.


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