Jalandhar: Kanya Maha Vidyalaya organized a “problem solving and ideation workshop” for all science students. The workshop was organized by the Physics Department of PG in association with the Institution Innovation Council (IIC). The aim of the event was to develop the creative minds of the students so that they could implement the scientific ideas in everyday life. In order to improve creativity and skills in teaching basic physics, some experiments like circular pendulum, anharmonic oscillator, transmission line, black hole, air gun, Doppler effect, rotational motion, inclined plane motion, spring energy transfer, etc. were demonstrated to students during the workshop to enable them to better understand the concepts in a practical way. Students were also encouraged to investigate new facts about each instrument and were asked to plan different experiences and activities related to the devices.
World Computer Literacy Day
World Computer Literacy Day was celebrated at MLU DAV College, Phagwara, by the IT department under the leadership of college principal Dr Kiranjeet Randhawa. A seminar was organized for pupils and their parents to encourage them to learn more and to facilitate their work through the use of computers. Important information has been given to parents on how to use online banking, social media, online business, etc. President Vikas Uppal said that as computers are ubiquitous and digital literacy is required, it is essential to improve our computer skills over time. Dr Randhawa explained to everyone that computers have become an essential part of human life due to the rapid increase in technology and the digital revolution in today’s modern age.
Mega workshop on parenting
Given the psychological issues parents face in relation to academic growth during a pandemic, CT World School, in collaboration with the Mind Movers team, organized a mega workshop on parenting during which a good number of parents were are presented with great enthusiasm. Kavardeep Singh Bhatia, MD, Manoj Verma, Director, and Ruhi, Human Resources Manager of Mind Movers, held the session with zeal and fervor. Kavardeep interacted with parents and shed light on anger management management, concentration skills and instilling good habits through a series of puzzle games. From showcasing the types of parents in society to tips for healthy parenting, he has helped parents deal with the constant concerns of teens. The session was followed by one-on-one interaction with Charanjit Singh Channi, Chairman of CT Group, who graced the occasion as the guest of the day.
Christmas baking workshop
GNA University hosted a two-day workshop on “Traditional Christmas Breads and Cakes” by Hitesh Shakya; Pastry Chef, Hyatt Regency Chandigarh Hotel. The main objective behind the organization of the workshop was to reinforce the basic concepts of the bakery students and to help them learn and practice the French and European styles of baked goods. The session focused on the planning, development, execution and evaluation of end products in terms of creative presentation and sensory evaluation. The session was well received by the students, during which their questions were also considered and duly answered by the expert, other than the practical exercises carried out by the students.
The best university positions
Hans Raj Mahila Maha Vidyalaya’s Bachelor of Fine Arts Sem-2e students got the first places in the Guru Nanak Dev University exam. Bhavya was 5th in college scoring 367 out of 400 points, Naiya Sharma was in 7th place in college with 364 points and Bhawna was in 10th place in college with 360 points. Head teacher Ajay Sareen congratulated the students, head of department Dr Neeru Bharti Sharma and Dr Shailender Kumar. The college’s B.Sc. Les Sem-II (non-medical) students also shone in the GNDU exams, winning five positions. Harleen Kaur took 3rd place scoring 379 out of 400, Jobanveer Kaur took 4th place scoring 376 points, Sahibpreet Kaur was 5th scoring 375, Manveen Kaur was 6th scoring 374 and Harpreet Kaur placed 7th scoring 372 on the GNDU exams.
Dayanand Model Senior Secondary School, Dayanand Nagar, held a role play competition for pre-primary wing students. The children played the role of various community helpers like a teacher, doctor, gardener, barber, etc. The children emphasized that community helpers are those who live and work in our community and ensure that the community remains healthy, safe and happy. Qudrat Noor Kaur came first, followed by Manvi and Khevna. Monalika won the consolation prize. Principal Dr SK Gautam congratulated all participants and appreciated the efforts of the students and faculty members.
Students get jobs
Four students from DAV Institute of Engineering and Technology were placed with JARO Education at a salary of Rs8.5 LPA. The names and branch of the selected students are Muskan (B.Tech-ECE), Shivani (BCA), Omanshu (B.Tech-CSE) and Rishika (B.Tech-IT). These selected students will join Jaro Education after completing their degree in June. Vishav Kapoor, Manager (Industry Interface), as well as Ratish Bhardwaj and Kalpana Sharma appreciated the hard work provided by the students and stressed that special efforts had been made to prepare them for the interviews. He also thanked the director for his constant support and guidance. Dr Manoj Kumar, Principal DAVIET congratulated the students on their success. He wished them the best of luck for all their future endeavors ”. TNS