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Most salary arrears already paid, says Gian Sagar Trust

CHANDIGARH: The new management of the Gian Sagar Educational and Charitable Trust which has disputed the claim of certain former employees that the management was not paying the outstanding dues of the former staff members of the Gian Sagar Medical College and Hospital.

Master Spas plans Allen County Expansion and 100+ new Hoosier jobs

Master Spas, one of the largest swim spa manufacturers in the world, announced plans today to expand its operations in Allen County, creating up to 107 new jobs by 2021, according to Indiana Economic Development Corporation press release issued today.

CBI books medical council staffer for graft

NEW DELHI: The CBI has registered a case against a clerk in Central Council of Indian Medicine (CCIM) for allegedly demanding bribe for enhancement of seats in Maharashtra's Kolhapur-based Late Kedari Redekar Ayurvedic Mahavidyalaya, an official said on Monday.

With Love for Animals on Rise, We Need More and More Veterinary Doctors: KCGC

With the love and care becoming significant for the animals, there is dire need of more and more veterinary doctors in the country. This was stated by Khalsa College Governing Council (KCGC) honourary secretary Rajinder Mohan Singh Chhina who presided over the `Oath Taking Ceremony’ at Khalsa College of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (KCVAS) running under the Council, here today.

CBI books medical council staffer for graft

 The CBI has registered a case against a clerk in Central Council of Indian Medicine (CCIM) for allegedly demanding bribe for enhancement of seats in Maharashtra's Kolhapur-based Late Kedari Redekar Ayurvedic Mahavidyalaya, an official said on Monday.

20 injured as canopy collapses during Modi's Bengal rally

 At least 20 persons were injured on Monday when a part of the canopy collapsed at Prime Minister Narendra Modi's rally in West Bengal's Midnapore town, a BJP leader said.

Modi inaugurates Bansagar canal project in Mirzapur

 Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday launched a number of projects including the much awaited Bansagar canal which is expected to provide a big boost to irrigation.

Aryans Kashmiri Students shines in IKG-PTU, Merit List

 4 Kashmiri Students of Aryans College of Engineering, Rajpura, Near Chandigarh excelled in the merit list of IKG-PTU, Jalandhar by capturing top positions in the Merit List generated recently of 2014 batch by the University.

Praneet Bharadwaj appointed DC Bathinda in major reshuffle by Punjab Government

CHANDIGARH: Punjab Government has appointed 11 new Deputy Commissioners. Significant among them is Praneet Bharadwaj IAS who has been appointed Deputy Commisasioner of high profile district of Bathinda, the political battle ground of Badal family-Harsimrat Kaur Badal MP on one side and Manpreet Singh Badal Finance Minister on the other side. He has replaced Diprava Lakra.

JAC demands from center to release Rs.1200 of post matric schiolarship for Punjab SC students

MOHALI: A delegation of Joint Action Committee (JAC) comprising 14 different Associations while giving reaction on the Centre Govt's circular i.e F.No 14011/01/2018-SCD-V, Dated 11th July, 2018 asked about the clarification on the pending around 1200 Crore of Post Matric Scholarship (PMS) for Punjab SC students.

Centre should clarify when they will release pending 1200 crore: JAC

A delegation of Joint Action Committee (JAC) comprising 14 different Associations while giving reaction on the Centre Govt's circular i.e F.No 14011/01/2018-SCD-V, Dated 11th July, 2018 asked about the clarification on the pending around 1200 Crore of Post Matric Scholarship (PMS) for Punjab SC students.

Let’s move together to save Punjab from drug menace: Akal Takht

In a quick response to appeal of Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh to save Punjab from Drug menace, the highest Sikh temporal seat Akal Takht Jathedar Gyani Gurbachan Singh came forward to save youth from drug addiction.

SC students not to be deprived off admissions : Sadhu Singh Dharamsot

The Scheduled Castes, Backward Classes & Minority Welfare Minister, Punjab, Mr. Sadhu Singh Dharamsot has made it absolutely clear that the students belonging to the SC category cannot be deprived off the admissions all the private educational institutions of the state. He also divulged that the private institutions would not levy tuition fee from the students of SC category at the time of admissions because the Union Social Justice and Empowerment Ministry has issued a clarification concerning its letter issued earlier related to the levying of fees.

60 merit slots in PTU exams go to Rayat Bahra Ropar Campus

 Keeping their lofty tradition of academic excellence a total of 60 students of the Rayat-Bahra Ropar Campus have won laurels by their outstanding performance in IKG Punjab Technical University examinations held in November, 2017, in Engineering, Management and Pharmacy.

Punjab Government to provide 8500 jobs during international job fair: Channi

CHANDIGARH: The Punjab Government would provide jobs to about 8500 youth of the state during the first of its kind ‘International Job Fair’ in the country. The Punjab Technical Education & Employment Generation Minister Mr. Charanjit Singh Channi disclosed this after holding a joint review meeting of Employment Generation & Technical Education departments regarding the arrangements for this job Fair at his official residence here today.

Chandigarh Group of Colleges Landran gets A+ ranking

CHANDIGARH: Chandigarh Group of Colleges (CGC) Landran has been ranked A++ by ‘Chronicle 7th All India Engineering Survey.’ CGC Landran was adjudged on parameters including the institution’s Placement record, Industry Interface, Academic Excellence, quality of students & faculty and infrastructure. Conducted in three stages, the survey covered 16 states and 600-plus engineering colleges across the country.

Kejriwal blames Modi's vendetta politics for raids on Yogendra's kin

The authorities on Thursday imposed curfew in a volatile north Kashmir town after a youth was killed in firing by security forces, a police officer said.

Punjab AAP for fresh admission criteria for UT College Admissions

CHANDIGARH: AAP Legislative Wing Spokesperson and Kharar MLA, Mr. Kanwar Sandhu has demanded that all admissions being done in government and government-aided colleges in Chandigarh for the coming 2018-2019 academic session should be halted and fresh admissions done on the 60:40 ratio between Punjab and Haryana students. Since Chandigarh is the capital of both states, students who pass out of UT schools should also be eligible, he added.

Indo Global Students Designed Unique Flyover to decrease density by 90%

MOHALI: Civil Engineering students of Indo Global Colleges Lakshmi Sharma ,Lhakpa Sherpa  Nitika Sharma, Amarveer Singh ,Namanjot Singh, Harsh Sharma, carried out a survey of the traffic  Zirakpur during peak hours including four hours each in the morning & evening times  . Based on this survey, they found that the traffic density is maximum on Monday mornings and Friday evenings.  To solve such traffic jam problem, students designed a unique flyover to channelize the traffic in a better way. 

A Week Long `Orientation Program' at KCW

A seven-day-long 'Summer Orientation Programme' for the students culminated at the Khalsa College for Women (KCW) here today during which the vital information on theoretical and practical aspect was discussed. The primary focus of the camp was Importance of Language, Painting, Stitching and Tailoring, Community Services, Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, Importance of Nutritious and Balance Diet, Games and Sports.

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