Conclave ‘Study in India’ organized: The Tribune India

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Jalandhar: The Indian Government Diplomatic Conclave for the “Study in India” program was organized in New Delhi, which was also attended by international students and staff from Lovely Professional University (LPU). The event was attended by senior Indian government officials, ambassadors, high-ranking diplomats from over 30 countries, as well as various other elite guests and senior officers from Edcil (India). Associate Director Nitesh Mahajan of LPU’s International Affairs Division participated in the international conclave as a panelist. On this occasion, LPU international students from Zambia, Zimbabwe, Ghana and Mozambique also performed on the famous Indian folk dance Punjabi Bhangra. Nearly 4000 students from more than 50 countries study at LPU. The aim of “Study in India Diplomatic Conclave” was also to promote the sharing of best academic and research practices through organized interactions for various educational systems among foreign dignitaries.

Mahashivratri celebrated

The Eklavya school celebrated Mahashivratri Mahotsav. During this celebration, Shiv Pooja was conducted with the management teams of Eklavyan as well as students. For the significance of Maha Shivratri, a variety of competitions have been held on the school campus. The school’s educators prepared a speech on the importance of Mahashivratri. The Eklavyan juniors danced to Shiv Tandav’s music with joyful expressions. Everyone appreciated their performance at school. Middle-class students showed the one-act play about the importance of Mahashivratri Mahotsav in human life. The upper wings of Eklavyan delivered the marvelous discourse on Lord Shiva and his miracles in human life. Seema Handa (Director of School Management) said Mahashivratri is very important for people who are on the spiritual path. Komal Arora, director, explained that Shivratri is the darkest day of the month.

National Science Day celebrated

The state public school, Jalandhar Cantt, held a special assembly on the occasion of National Science Day and demonstrations of wonders of science were given to kindergarten enthusiasts. During the special morning assembly, the students explained the significance of this day and introduced the all-time great scientist, Sir CV Raman and his theory of the Raman effect. Puzzles, riddles, rhythmic poem and speeches were delivered by the students. The kindergarten also had its own way of celebrating this day. They attended various activities and demonstrations elaborating the magical world of science. State Public Schools Group Chairman Dr. Narotam Singh and Principal Savina Bahl added saying “Today’s science is tomorrow’s technology” and wished everyone a happy National School Day. science.

The Raman effect explained

To commemorate the discovery of the “Raman Effect” by renowned Indian physicist Sir CV Raman Apeejay, the Institute organized National Science Week for B Tech (CSE) students which ended on Monday. The theme for National Science Day this year was “An Integrated Approach to Science and Technology for a Sustainable Future”. Students participated in Science Week with great confidence and zeal in various competitions. Various competitions this week sought to give students the opportunity to express their thoughts on new technologies and measures for a sustainable future. Students presented their ideas through models and live work projects. Various events held as part of National Science Week were: Mind Craft (Perception Activity), Zenith Viper (Model Show) and Game of Knowledge (Science Quiz Competition). The winners of the events were: Mind Craft – 1st position – Anurag Sharda and Robert Antony and 2nd position – Priyanshu. Zenith Viper – 1st position – Abishiv Khashu, Tushar and Dimple Kohli, and 2nd position – Anurag Sharda, Mansi, Manjot Kaur and Ravi Chauhan. Knowledge Game – 1st position – Abishiv Khashu and 2nd position – Harman Singh. Dr. Rajesh Bagga, Director of AIMETC appreciated the students and congratulated the winners.

Nature of Vedic Shiva Webinar

Hoshiarpur: Dayanand Anglo Vedic College, Hoshiarpur under the patronage of Chief Executive Officer of DAV College Dr Anoop Kumar and Secretary DL Anand organized a webinar on “Vedic nature of Shiva” on the eve of Mahashivratri. The keynote speaker for the webinar was Dr. Ved Prakash Dindoria, a professor in the Department of Sanskrit, University of Delhi. About fifty participants took part in this webinar. Dr. Dindoriya said in the Vedas that Shiva is a symbol of the benevolent nature of the Supreme Lord. The webinar ended with closing remarks from the College Head Teacher (Dr) Vinay Kumar and Vedic Shanti Path.

The students congratulated

Rayat Bahra Group congratulated 8 mechanical engineering students studying at Hoshiarpur campus for designing an e-bike. Giving information in this regard, the director of the campus, Dr. Chandra Mohan, said that all students making electric bicycles complete their studies in mechanical engineering at the engineering school. On this occasion, the director, Dr. HPS Dhami, said that all the students worked very diligently and diligently, this electric bike can travel up to 55 km by charging it once. The particularity of this bike is that it has a reverse gear. In charge of the Mechanical Engineering Department, Professor Gaurav Parashar informed that other projects are being prepared by the students of the department, which will be an example in itself. On this success, Group President Gurvinder Singh Bahra congratulated all the students and teachers. OC/

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