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More than one lakh volunteers from the seven districts of Jalandhar division to take oath with CM for making Punjab a drug free state

More than one lakh volunteers from the seven districts of Jalandhar Division would take oath along with the Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on March 23rd, the martyrdom of Shaheed-e-Aazam Bhagat Singh, to be observed as ‘youth empowerment day’ for wiping out the curse of drugs from the state.

Super 30 Fame, Anand Kumar applauded Aryans Group, Chandigarh

Anand Kumar, Fame Super 30 of Bihar applauded Aryans Group of Colleges, Rajpura, Near Chandigarh for their initiatives in Higher & Technical education. Anand Kumar was interacting to the media after the inauguration of Aryans Scholarship Mela for Bihar students.

Punjab Vigilance probe into Nangal college recruitment scam

 The SAD-BJP today threw a bombshell virtually on the eve of the Vidhan Sabha session as the two parties strongly the Punjab Vidhan Sabha Speaker Rana K P Singh to “resign immediately on moral grounds after Local Bodies minister Navjot Sidhu ordered a probe into complaints of a recruitment scam in the Nangal Pharmacy College in which all 44 posts went to the local Congress workers and their wards, all of them allegedly the Speaker’s loyalists and Congress workers”

NMAT Registrations Increased by 7% in 2017; Several Changes Introduced

The year 2017 marked the third successful completion of the administration of NMAT by GMAC (Graduate Management Global Connections). The number of registrations saw a significant growth of 7% as compared to that of 2016. The registrations were open from 4th July 2017 until 3rd October 2017. After that, there was a registration-retake from 6th October 2017 until 14th December 2017

Prof Gurbhajan Gill awarded fellowship by Punjabi Sahit Akademi

LUDHIANA: For his contribution towards Punjabi language and culture, the Punjabi Sahit Akademi today awarded fellowship to noted Punjabi writer Prof Gurbhajan Singh Gill at a function held at Punjabi Bhawan, here.

Tech Festival `Urja-2018' organized at KCET

Annual Tech-festical `Urja-2018' was today organised at Khalsa College of Engineering and Technology (KCET) in which more than 600 students from various colleges from this region participated. The variety of general technical events including Quiz, Extempore, Panel Discussion, Innovation Presentation, Rangoli and branch specific events like Bridge Making, Rain Water Harvesting, Confloat, Best out of Waste Botanica Fest, Code Test, E-Poster, Brain Buster Tap the Key, Electronic Treasure hunt, Color Coding, PCB designing and Fix Faulty Circuits Sketch Mechanica, Clay Car Modelling, Assembelate and Cadomania were the star attraction at the festival, said Dr, Manju Bala.

Complaint about discrepancies in recruitment at Shivalik College of Nursing, Naya Nangal

Acting swiftly on the complaints received regarding the discrepancies in the recruitment procedure going on at the Shivalik College of Nursing, Naya Nangal run by the Local Government Department, the Local Government Minister, Punjab, Navjot Singh Sidhu while ordering halt to the entire recruitment process has handed over the responsibility to the Chief Vigilance Officer to probe the entire matter in depth and submit a report within 15 days. A test was conducted by Guru Nanak Dev University Amritsar regarding recruitment at Shivalik College of Nursing, Naya Nangal. The result was declared recently and the recruitment was to be based on this result.

Punjab CM announces Rs.162 cr of development projects for Shahkot ,Nakodar

Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Wednesday announced infrastructure project worth Rs. 113 crore for Shahkot area and another Rs 49 crore for Nakodar as part of his government’s development agenda for Jalandhar district.

Punjab CM announces Rs.162 cr of development projects for Shahkot Nakodar

Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Wednesday announced infrastructure project worth Rs. 113 crore for Shahkot area and another Rs 49 crore for Nakodar as part of his government’s development agenda for Jalandhar district.

Punjab Governor administers oath to 6 PPSC members

CHANDIGARH: Punjab Governor V.P. Singh Badnore today administered the oath of office and allegiance to the Constitution to the newly inducted members of Punjab Public Service Commission (PPSC) and State Information Commissioners in the presence of Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh.

Blood Donation Camp organised by CGC Landran

Driven by the noble motive of contributing towards saving precious lives, around 400 volunteers comprising students and faculty donated more than 400 units of blood at a blood donation camp organised by Chandigarh College of Education, Chandigarh Group of Colleges (CGC) Landran in association with PGIMER, Chandigarh and Rotary Club, Kharar. The camp was organized to highlight the importance of Blood Donation that helps save thousands of lives.

Schools, colleges reopen in Kashmir Valley

 Authorities decided to re-open schools and colleges across the Kashmir Valley on Tuesday after shutting them the previous day to maintain law and order in the wake of a gunfight that killed three militants.

Rs 2,149 cr deficit budget tabled in Assam

Assam Finance Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma on Monday tabled a Rs 2,149.04 crore-deficit budget that focussed, among others, on setting up new educational institutions and improvement of roads and infrastructure, officials said.

Youths, security forces clash in Srinagar

Clashes broke out Monday in Soura area of Srinagar as scores of youths marched to attend the funeral of Essa Fazili, one of the three militants killed in a gunfight in Jammu and Kashmir's Anantnag district.

Two RJD candidates file nomination papers for RS polls

Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) candidates Manoj Jha and Ashfaque Karim on Monday filed nomination papers for the biennial elections to the Rajya Sabha from Bihar, to be held on March 23, officials said.

Restrictions imposed in parts of Srinagar

Authorities imposed restrictions in parts of Srinagar on Monday to maintain law and order in the wake of the killing of three militants earlier in the day, police said.

Workshop on Moot Court skills organized at Aryans College of Law

Aryans College of Law, Rajpura, Near Chandigarh organized two days workshop on “Careers Prospective after Legal studies and Moot Court skills” at its campus. Advocate Sapna Arora, winner of National & International Moot Courts and enrolled advocate at Delhi Bar Association was the key note speaker on the occasion.

CEC Landran overall champs at PTU sports meet

Chandigarh Engineering College (CEC) Landran won the overall trophy (both in Men’s and Women’s category) in the 21st IKG PTU Inter-College three-day Athletic Meet organized by the Sports Department of the Inder Kumar Gujral Punjab Technical University, Jalandhar, which concluded at Rayat-Bahra Ropar Campus here today.

Varun's special live act for 'October' trailer launch

With the aim to give a sneak peek into the world of "October", actor Varun Dhawan will go live on all his social media handles on Monday to talk about his experience of working in the film.

Mission of organic farming on waste speace in Chandigarh shcool may become reality

CHANDIGARH: After herbal now government as well private schools and colleges in Chandigarh will go organic if the vision of Rahul Sharma turns to reality. “Look at all this wasted space” says he, a city- based organic farm expert- pointing toward 100 of acres in educational institutes in Chandigarh. He embarked upon a vision--why such land should not be used to produce organic food? He planned on community-driven initiative aimed at promoting organic farming on vacant land in schools and colleges where foodscape and landscape can go side by side.


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