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GNDU Placement Department organized seminar on 'IBM Hack Challenge”

AMRITSAR: Dr. Mani Madhukar, Program Manager - University Relations,IBM India Pvt. Ltd. conducted seminar on ‘IBM Hack Challenge” at Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar. Students of Computer Science, Computer Engineering and Electronics Technology departments of main campus and regional campuses participated in the seminar. The seminar was conducted by the Placement Department of the university.

PSCAE to render degrees, diplomas, certificates of 107 educational institutions invalid : K.S Pannu

CHANDIGARH: Issuing a word of caution to the students seeking admission in the institutes offering education in the discipline of agricultural sciences, Mr. KS Pannu, Member Secretary, Punjab State Council for Agricultural Education (PSCAE) informed that PSCAE would render degrees, diplomas and certificates of 107 educational institutions in the said discipline, invalid with effect from January 1, 2020.

PMs Jan Arogya Yojana changes lives of disabled in Chandigarh

CHANDIGARH: Hope has replaced despair in their lives. The disabled of yesterday have become enabled today, and, what was a liability on the family has been turned into an asset. Their emotions, numbed by their misery have begun to feel the surge. And more importantly, they are no more on the sidelines of health care. And the agent that has brought about this change in the lives of the poor is Ayushman Bharat Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana.

Guru Nanak Dev University Ranked 17th in India

AMRITSAR: Guru Nanak Dev University once again proves its supremacy amongst the Government Universities of North India. This was announced by India Today (MDRA) survey 2019. The survey was conducted by Marketing and Development Research Associates (MDRA) a reputed Delhi based Marketing and Development Research Agency.

Three persons found dead inside Delhi house

NEW DELHI: A couple and their maid were found dead with their throats slit inside a house in Vasant Vihar in south Delhi, police said on Sunday.

Guru Nanak Dev University to sign MoU with Oklahoma University

CHANDIGARH: Further expanding its North American partnerships, Guru Nanak Dev University, has established further collaborations with Oklahoma University of Health Science, An internationally prominent faculty, state-of-the-art facilities and new technology combine to make the Oklahoma Health Sciences Centre a leader in education, research and patient care. A formal “MoU” was signed between Oklahoma University’s Director Professor Scott Davis and GNDU Vice -Chancellor Professor Jaspal Singh Sandhu recently.

Raja Randhir Singh and Dr. Gurtej Singh Sandhu to be honoured with Honoris Causa degrees

AMRITSAR: Guru Nanak Dev University  will honour esteemed personality in the field of Sports, Sh Raja Randhir Singh, Life Vice- President, Indian Olympic Association and Dr. Gurtej Singh Sandhu, Senior Fellow and Director, Micron Technology Inc. with  Honours Causa Doctorate Degrees at its Golden Jubilee year  Annual Convocation. They will be honoured in the Faculty of Sports Medicine & Physiotherapy and in Faculty of Sciences respectively. This will be the 45th Annual Convocation of the University.

GNDU celebrated 'World Biological Diversity Day'

AMRITSAR: The Department of Botanical & Environmental Sciences, Guru Nanak Dev University Amritsar in collaboration with Punjab Biodiversity Board celebrated the International Biodiversity Day. The program included ‘Poster making’ and ‘Best out of Waste’ competitions on the theme “Our Biodiversity, Our Food, Our Health”.

GNDU Syndicate approves PG diploma Nutrition and Fitnes, Exercise Physiology

AMRITSAR: The Syndicate meeting of the Guru Nanak Dev University was held here today in the Syndicate Room of the University. Vice-Chancellor Prof. Jaspal Singh Sandhu presided over the meeting, while Registrar Prof. K.S. Kahlon presented the agenda. Prof. Sarbjot Singh Behl, Dean Academic Affairs and Syndics were present and discussion was held on the introduction of New courses, syllabus,  and fee structure.

India to set up Guru Nanak chair in UK university

PUNJAB: India is in the process of setting up a chair in a British university as part of Guru Nanak’s 550th birth anniversary celebrations, India’s high commissioner announced at an event in Cardiff attended by local dignitaries and others.

Punjab all prepared for counting of votes: Dr.Karuna Raju

CHANDIGARH: The Office of Chief Electoral Officer, Punjab made all arrangements for counting of votes in the state. Disclosing here today Dr. S. Karuna Raju Chief electoral Officer Punjab said that counting of votes will be held at 21 different locations of state of Punjab for 13 Parliamentary Constituencies. He said that counting of votes will begin on May 23 at 8:00 am.

Sethu FC and Manipur Police maintain their top form

LUDHIANA: Sethu FC maintained their lead at the top of Group II with a massive 9-0 victory over SAI-STC Cuttack in the Hero Indian Women’s League at the GHG Khalsa University Ground in Ludhiana on Friday, reports AIFF.

GNDU MBA students in big demand by National and Multinational Companies

Multinational companies are hiring MBA students in big numbers from Guru Nanak Dev University. As many as 164 MBA students have been placed till now. These students will join their jobs in June-July, 2019 after passing out their respective courses in May 2019.

Vet Varsity releases a new book of its alumnus

LUDHIANA: Life’s full of myriad riddles every day that leave an imprint in our heart and soul, but we seldom try to preserve these small big incidents in life. These views were expressed by Rana Preet Gill who has compiled her collection of ‘middles’ in leading national dailies in her new book, Finding Julia which happens to be her second literary work, after the first one launched last year, which was among the bestsellers.

CT students bag top University positions

Maintaining the tradition of excellence in education, students of B.Ed & M.Ed. in CT College of Education Maqsudan brought laurels in Semester I examination which was held in December 2018. Students named Neha Barna and Sapna have proved their mettle in the Examination and bagged first positions in Guru Nanak Dev University.

World's oldest Vancouver Piped Band enthralled GNDU students on Baisakhi eve

AMRITSAR: A spell-bound live performance of about an hour by the world's oldest non- Military Vancouver Pipe Band was witnessed by a large gathering of Guru Nanak Dev University. Students and people of the city felt proud to be a part of this historic event. The band performed traditional tunes of Canada and some religious and folk tunes of Punjab in the jam-packed Hockey stadium of the University here today.

Guru Nanak Dev University and Cornell University ink pact for Agricultural development

AMRITSAR: Exchanging scientific information freely, forging cooperative research, hosting Indian executives, students and faculty, and sharing agricultural biotechnology to promote the development and use of drought- and pest-resistant crops.

Guru Nanak Dev University and University of South Florida to start dual Degree with Joint collaboration

In a historical and strategic development, Guru Nanak Dev University Amritsar has entered into a partnership with one of the leading universities of United States of America, University of South Florida (USF) to establish a program of exchange and collaboration in terms of having dual degree programmes in B.Com. and certain MBA courses.

Apeejay College of Fine Arts have garnered glory in results of GNDU

Students of BD Sem VII of Apeejay College of Fine Arts have garnered glory in results of Guru Nanak Dev University. College Principal Dr. Sucharita congratulated the meritorious students and appreciated the efforts of Rajni Gupta, HOD – Department of Design and other faculty members for guiding these students to a sparkling success.

Writer Navdeep Singh Gill's book "Naulakha Bagh' released by Dr.S.P.Singh

LUDHIANA: Dedicated to the martyrdom of Shaheed Bhagat Singh, Shaheed Rajguru and Shaheed Sukhdev, the Punjab Lok Virasat Academy organised a function at Gujranwala Guru Nanak Khalsa College, here today, where a book titled “Naulakha Bagh” penned by Navdeep Singh Gill, Information & Public Relations Officer Punjab and eminent sports writer, was released by former Vice Chancellor Guru Nanak Dev University Amritsar Dr SP Singh and other eminent personalities.


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