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Circuit Design Workshop held at DAV College, Amritsar : The Tribune India


Tribune press service

Amritsar: A workshop on “Technovations in Electronic Circuit Design” was jointly organized by the Institute’s Innovation Council and the PG Physics Department at DAV College, Amritsar. The main spokespersons for the program were Dr. Manpreet Kaur and Dr. Vibha Chopra. The speakers shared their valuable suggestions and information regarding the design of the circuit. They called on students to improve their circuit design skills through hands-on workshops. During the inaugural program, Principal Dr. Rajesh Kumar said that circuit design was an essential part of any electronic engineering. It has huge application in fields such as embedded systems, power electronics, modern electrical systems and equipment. Dr. Manpreet and Dr. Vibha explained that this circuit design workshop has been systematically designed so that students can fully understand the basics and design their own circuits according to specific requirements.

Seminar on road safety organized

DAV Public School, Lawrence Road, held a road safety and traffic awareness seminar. Speakers include Paramjit Singh Chahal (Inspector, Traffic Police) and Harbhajan Singh (Head, Traffic Education Cell) briefed the vans and bus drivers present on the school’s “Vahan Safety Policy” . They urged them to follow all safety standards and work in unison with traffic police to ensure the wellbeing of students. They urged them to take their responsibility seriously as the responsibility for student safety rests on their shoulders. Chief Constable Salwant Singh, Mamta and various members of Saanjh Kendra District also accompanied the speakers. The principal of the school, Dr. Pallavi Sethi, expressed his gratitude to the traffic department and asked the drivers present to follow all the safety protocols mentioned in the school’s “Vahan safety policy”.

TCS selects 132 GNDU students

The Directorate of Job Placement and Career Enhancement, Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar, organized an on-campus job placement campaign by the multinational IT company Tata Consultancy Services. No less than 132 students from various departments of Guru Nanak Dev University have been hired by the company. These students will join the work in July 2023 after their final exam. TCS conducted online tests, technical and HR interviews with final year students of BTech (Computer Science, Electronics, Mechanical Engineering and Civil Engineering) and MCA. After the rigorous selection process, TCS offered employment to 132 students. TCS offered a digital profile and a ninja profile to selected students. The selected students were offered an annual salary package between Rs 3.36 lakh per year and Rs 7 lakh per year. Students belong to the main campus in Amritsar as well as regional campuses in Jalandhar and Gurdaspur. Many other companies like Infosys, Amdocs, Capgemini, Nagarro and many more have confirmed to visit in the near future to recruit the GNDU students. Amritpal Singh, GNDU alumnus and co-founder and CTO of CustomerSuccessBox, Gurugram, said, “It is a great achievement for the university and the students to reach this milestone. A GNDU student in the 2022 batch got the highest package of Rs 44 lakh per year this year selected by Amazon. The average salary package also increased from Rs 5.16 lakh per year in the 2020-21 academic session to Rs 6.37 lakh per year in the 2021-22 academic session.