Organized technical vocabulary workshop: The Tribune India
Amritsar: Guru Nanak Dev University, in collaboration with the Commission for Scientific and Technical Terminology (CSTT), today held its third offline workshop for the creation of a glossary of scientific and technical terminologies at the School Punjabi studies. During the inaugural session, the workshop coordinator, Dr. Manjinder Singh, welcomed the guests. Dr. Manjinder Singh highlighted the achievements of the two previous workshops held earlier. Experts from Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar; Central University, Bathinda; University of Punjab, Patiala; NIT, Jalandhar; participate in the five-day workshop to achieve the objectives of creating a glossary.
Skills Development Workshop at KCET
A five-day workshop was held at KCET to improve the employment prospects of students. The college director (Dr) Manju Bala said that the students enthusiastically participated in all the sessions. IBT resource persons guided them on aptitude skills, communication skills and gave them suggestions to help them pass the competitions. The students were made aware of the nuances of the various competitions, aptitude test, general knowledge, skills to pass the interview and communication skills.
Organized Teachers’ Day Program
Khalsa College Chawinda Devi organized a Teachers’ Day program in which the students of classes XI and XII and the baccalaureate presented cultural events. The students recited poems, made faces, performed bhangra, etc. During the ceremony, Principal Gurdev Singh motivated the students to respect their teachers and asked them to keep learning. In his message to teachers, he urged them to adopt a dedicated and positive attitude towards students. At the end of the ceremony, the cake was cut by Principal Gurdev Singh. Teachers and students from the group’s college were present on this occasion.
Organized Literary Conclave
A DAV Literary Conclave was held at DAV Public School, Lawrence Road. Dr. Harmohinder Singh Bedi, Chancellor of Central University, Deep Davinder and playwright Suvidha Duggal were among the panelists at the conclave. Dr. Pallavi Sethi, Principal of DAV Public School, focused on literature and its impact on education and young minds. She said: “Literature is a highly valued field of study. The purpose of hosting the conclave with famous writers and literary personalities is to encourage students to inculcate the habit of reading books. It is one of the best ways to improve language and skills, strengthen analytical skills and inspire creativity and knowledge”.
A round table also took place. Prominent writer Kulwant Singh Suri, Deep Davinder and Suvidha Duggal, an alumna of the school, shared their individual journeys with the students and the impact it had on their personalities.
Tarn student Taran erases NEET
Tarn Taran: Prabhsimran Singh Ahluwalai, a local government senior secondary school student, who had passed class XII with 491 (98.2%) marks, passed the NEET-UG exam. The NEET results were announced on Thursday. Prabhsimran Singh got 655 points out of a total of 720 points in NEET. Harbhagwant Singh, District Education Officer (Secondary), wished Singh well. tns/oc