KMV shines at Youth Festival: The Tribune India

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Jalandhar: Kanya Maha Vidyalaya performed well in Punjab Inter-College Youth Festival which was held at Punjabi University, Patiala. KMVites showcased their talent and took second place in the Phulkari competition. Contestants from 22 Punjab universities participated in the competition. KMV Phulkari Winner Ravita Rani said it is a matter of great pride that since the inception of this youth festival event, KMV has taken the top position in the Phulkari competition. She said that I have been able to compete in national and international level competitions only thanks to the guidance given to me by the Principal, Professor Dr. Atima Sharma Dwivedi and KMV faculty members. The Director congratulated Dr. Gurjot, Dean, and Dr. Harpreet, Head of PG’s Department of Fashion Design, for their dedication to the preparation of the article.

DIPS celebrates Human Rights Day

International Human Rights Day was celebrated at DIPS College of Education to raise awareness among BEd students of their human rights. This program was completed under the direction of director Jyoti Gupta. The students gave information about human rights to their classmates through speech. They said that human rights are the fundamental rights of every human being, therefore no human being is deprived due to race, caste, nationality, religion, gender etc. Gupta said that when the future teachers have knowledge about human rights, only they will be able to give information about it to the country’s youth.

Lyallpur Khalsa 1st BA (Hons) Student

Preeti, a student at Punjabi PG Department, Lyallpur Khalsa College for Women, was congratulated with a silver medal by University Vice Chancellor Guru Nanak Dev in the 48th Convocation for securing first place in BA (Hons) Punjabi. She also received the certificate of merit for her achievement. Dr. Navjot, Principal of the Lyallpur Khalsa College for Women, congratulated the student and wished her success in her future endeavors. Dr. Navjot also thanked Dr. Akal Amrit Kaur, Head of Punjabi PG Department, under whose guidance the student achieved this success.

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Banking Software Workshop

Hans Raj Mahila Maha Vidyalaya PG Department of Commerce and Management organized a workshop on ‘Finacle’ banking software for BVoc (Banking and Financial Services) students. On this occasion, the students visited RBL Bank, Model Town Jalandhar. Divya Nanda, Assistant Vice President of RBL Bank, welcomed the students and gave them a brief introduction to Finacle. Nisha Thakkar, Senior Manager at RBL Bank, explained the use of the latest version of Finacle. The students received information about the core banking solution, modules and commands in Finacle. They were explained about opening an account, Client Information File (CIF). The workshop ended with a session to clarify doubts. Senior Lecturer Ajay Sareen congratulated department head Meenu Kohli and thanked the department for his efforts.

Students celebrate anti-corruption day

To educate students on the seriousness of corruption, International Anti-Corruption Day was observed at the Eklavya School. The school president, JK Gupta, discussed the theme of this day with the students emphasizing that “Your right, your role: Say no to corruption.” Eklavya School Principal Seema Handa explained to the students that everyone must work collectively to eradicate corruption at all levels, everywhere. The educator Dimple Soni held an interactive session of the victims of corruption or those who fought against it for the students on this day. High school students participated in a play that spread the message of the fight against corruption. Middle wing students participated in an essay contest that focused on topics related to the issue of corruption. Grade XI students disseminated digital posters to raise awareness levels about corruption.

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Budding author interacts with peers

Harsimran Sandhu, a budding author from Police DAV public school, has explored and given expression to such possibilities in his first attempt: ‘Aetios and the Spear of Leonidas’, a novel based on Greek mythology. Harsimran is a student of Class XII. He is an all-rounder and has proven his worth not only in his literary endeavors but also on the basketball field, being part of the school’s basketball team. He addressed the students of the Book Club and the Literary Club and shared his experiences. Through a presentation, he showed quotes from his book and talked about the sources from which he had drawn inspiration to write the book. The director, Dr. Rashmi Vij, applauded Harsimran’s efforts and also applauded the good balance he maintains between sports, academics and his writing efforts.

Taekwondo contest in Sanskrit KMV

The 2022 Sahodaya Interscholastic Taekwondo Competition was held at the KMV Sanskriti School in which the students of the Shiv Jyoti School took the laurels. Six students participated in different categories. Aakriti Puri, Manya Chawla, Aradhya Sharma and Vanshika took silver medals. Hitakshi Sharma and Dhriti got bronze medals. In U-17 and U-19 girls, the school took the second position. In the U-19 boys, the school took third place. Principal Parveen Saili applauded the students for their incredible efforts.