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Punjab Skill Development Mission : Helps Manpreet to Realise her dream of becoming self reliant

Punjab Skill Development Mission (PSDM) has virtually been bringing in positive change in the lives of youth by enabling them to tap employment avenues.

Punjab Government gives big relief to Unaided Colleges

A meeting of Joint Action Committee (JAC) of 14 associations representing over 1600 Unaided colleges of Punjab was today held with the Punjab Govt at CM’s Residence, Chandigarh.

Navjot Sidhu to lead delegation of MLAs MPs on June 26 for BRTS project

CHANDIGARH: "The Bus Rapid Transport System (BRTS) project with regard to the Guru Ki Nagri Sri Amritsar Sahib is well on course with all the necessary infrastructure and ground work set to be completed by 31st August." This was disclosed by Local Government Minister Mr. Navjot Singh Sidhu in a press communiqué after attending a high level meeting here today to access and review the progress of the project.

New 'e-skin' brings sense of touch, pain to prosthetic hands

A team of engineers, including one of an Indian-origin, has developed a novel e-dermis that will enable amputees perceive a real sense of touch through the fingertips of their prosthetics.

Sukhbir Badal condemns murderous assault on two forest officials by sand mafia in Mohali

Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) president Sukhbir Singh Badal today condemned the murderous attack on two forest officials in Mohali by the sand mafia, saying attacks of government officials as well as large scale illegal sand mining were continuing unabated because the Congress government was patronizing the mafia and also hand in glove with it.

Punjab Government Colleges to adopt online admissions criteria from next academic session

 To streamline the higher education system in Punjab, all Government colleges will adopt online admissions criteria from next academic session. Each college would be required to submit a monthly progress report of its academic and other activities. These decisions were taken in the meeting with the Principals of Government Colleges held under the chairmanship of Mrs. Razia Sultana, Minister for Higher Education, Punjab.
Additional Chief Secretary of Higher Education Mr. S.K. Sandhu presided over the meeting, Special Secretary of Higher Education Mr. M.P. Arora, officials of department of Higher Education and DPI(C) Punjab was also present in the meeting.

Aarya Babbar to direct short film 'Shunya'

Actor Aarya Babbar, currently pursuing a filmmaking course at the New York Film Academy, will direct a short film titled "Shunya", based on communal riots. It will feature actor Yashpal Sharma.

Jindal varsity's international affairs students shine in job market

Turning a common perception on its head, international affairs students of O.P. Jindal Global University here have shown that pursuing a so-called "conventional" course can also open several doors of recruitment including in multinational companies, think tanks and international NGOs.

Rayat Bahra Group introduces new vocational courses

DHARAMSHALA: Rayat-Bahra group of institutions, which has 18 years of excellence in academics, has decided to introduce a series of new courses of study keeping in view the demand of the employment market. These new courses had immense employment potential and were planned to prepare students to get jobs in different sectors.

Diploma in Agriculture started at Aryans Group of Colleges

 Aryans Group of Colleges, Rajpura near Chandigarh to start Diploma in Agriculture Course from this academic session 2018-19 under its Degree College i.e Aryans Degree College.

Schools, colleges shut in rain-hit Karnataka districts

Hundreds of schools and colleges were shut on Tuesday due to heavy rainfall in Kodagu and Chikkamagaluru districts in Karnataka as the southwest monsoon advanced vigorously, officials said.

St. Stephen's College releases cut-off

St. Stephen's College on Tuesday announced its cut-offs for 2018 with only a little change from last year's while other colleges affiliated to Delhi University are expected to release the list next week.

Punjab CMs Dream project of Sport University at Patiala starts taking shape

CHANDIGARH: The dream project of the Chief Minister, Punjab, to have a Sports University established in the state at Patiala has finally begun to take shape with the State Government identifying the site for the same. The university would commence its operations from the next session in the building of Physical Education college at Patiala.

Rupnagar police solve village dangle desecration matter within few hours

The matter related to Desecration of the holy pages of Sri Guru Granth Sahib at Singh Shaheedan Gurudwara Sahib, village Dangoli has been solved by the Rupnagar police within few hours and the accused Jagtar Singh, who works as a granthi in the same gurudwara, has also been arrested.

Punjab identifies land on Patiala outskirts for its sports varsity

 Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh's dream project of setting up the state's first sports university has begun to take shape, with the state identifying the site for the proposed campus at Sidhuwal village on Patiala's outskirts.

Dream project of Chief Minister : First Sports University of Patiala to act as boon for sporting culture

The dream project of the Chief Minister, Punjab, to have a Sports University established in the state at Patiala has finally begun to take shape with the State Government identifying the site for the same. The university would commence its operations from the next session in the building of Physical Education college at Patiala. The university would be a milestone in terms of revolutionizing the sports scenario of Punjab and restore the state to its earlier numero

Amjyot, his parents appeal to BFI to lift one-year ban

CHANDIGARH: Slapped with a one year suspension for 'gross indiscipline', Indian star basketball player Amjyot Singh has urged the Basketball Federation of India to reconsider their decision as the ban has taken away the chance to represent India at the international level. It is alleged that Amjyot was denied to explain his position and also tried to meet the BFI secretary Chander Mukhi Sharma in Chandigarh but his efforts all went in vain as the BFI official did not meet him despite waiting for a full day.

Shiromani Akali Dal delegation meets PM, thanks him for CGST exemption on 'Langar'

CHANDIGARH: A delegation of the Shiromani Akali Dal led by the party president Sukhbir Singh Badal today called on the Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the latter’s New Delhi  residence this morning to express thanks for the Union  the government’s “unprecedented and decisive” initiative in exempting Guru Ka Langar (Community Kitched) from the GST regime, and to draw the PM’s  attention to several issues concerning the people of Punjab.

Riding crest of placements, RBU announces freeships

 Riding high on the crest of placements, the Rayat Bahra University, which has carved an enviable niche for itself in the world of education with unique new-age programs, has announced a number of scholarships and freeships for deserving and meritorious students.

Riding crest of placements, RBU announces freeships

 Riding high on the crest of placements, the Rayat Bahra University, which has carved an enviable niche for itself in the world of education with unique new-age programs, has announced a number of scholarships and freeships for deserving and meritorious students.

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