Chess Competition at Innocent Hearts, Jalandhar – The Tribune India

Chess Competition at Innocent Hearts, Jalandhar – The Tribune India

Chess Competition at Innocent Hearts, Jalandhar – The Tribune India

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Updated At: Jan 08, 2022 10:38 AM (IST)
Students of Innocent Hearts, Jalandhar, with their trophies and medals won at the district-level chess competition.

Jalandhar: Students of Innocent Hearts have made the school proud by winning medals in the district-level chess competition. Nirmay Jain (Kapurthala branch) secured the second position and Divyan (GMT Branch) secured the sixth position by playing Under-9 categories in the district-level chess matches. Shreyash Jain (CJR branch) secured second position in Under-13 category and Rushang Verma (Loharan) secured fourth position. Anish Sikka (GMT Branch) secured the sixth position in the Under-19 category. This chess match was organised by Jalandhar Chess Association at Satyug Darshan Academy on January 1 and 2, in which various schools participated. On this occasion, the management congratulated the winners and their parents and extended best wishes to Sanjeev Bhardwaj, HoD, Sports and coach Chandresh.
Interclass nail art competition
To commemorate the 75th anniversary of India’s Freedom as Azadi Ka Mahotsav, the Department of Cosmetology of PCM SD College for Women, organised inter-class competition on nail art. Students of Beauty and Body Fitness, Diploma in Cosmetology and PG Diploma in Cosmetology participated in the competition. Kiranjit Kaur of BBF Semester I got first prize, Navdeep Sahota of Diploma in Cosmetology grabbed second prize and Anureet of BBF Semester I and Harnoordeep Kaur of BA Semester III bagged third prize in this competition. In addition to this, Janvi of BBF Semester I got consolation prize. The members of the managing committee and Principal Dr Pooja Prashar congratulated the winners.
NSS volunteers visit Gakhal village
NSS volunteers of Hans Raj Mahila Maha Vidyalaya visited Gakhal village under Covid awareness campaign. The day started with recital of ‘DAV Gaan’ and Hum Honge Kamyaab song. Camp Coordinator Veena Arora briefed students about the day’s activities. General secretary, block samiti, Gakhal, Kulwinder Gakhal, president, Surinder Singh and Gurdwara Pradhan welcomed the NSS unit and briefed them about the village. The volunteers were divided into groups and these groups collected the data from approximately 150 houses. Principal Dr Ajay Sareen appreciated the work of NSS volunteers and NSS programme officers and encouraged them to serve the country through these social welfare works. Surinder Singh thanked Principal Dr Ajay Sareen for conducting such camps in their village and making the village girls empowered. NSS programme officers Harmanu, Dr Meenu Talwar, Manpreet Kaur and Pawandeep Kaur were also present.
Innovative Labs come up at KMV
In Kanya Maha Vidyalaya, a new block has been constructed which houses many innovative labs. The labs would provide the most conducive environment to the students for research and innovation in their respective fields. These labs also provide hands on training to the students to enhance their skills. Due to the availability of world class labs that KMVites have been able to achieve 14 Intellectual Property Rights in different fields. KMV has various programmes that provide hands on training to the students namely BSc. IT, MSc. in Botany, Zoology, Chemistry, Physics, Fashion Designing and Merchandising and Masters in Journalism and Mass Communication. The Fibre Forensic Lab has high end forensic servers and work stations.
Annual conference at lpu
A two-day 20th annual conference ‘Share the Vision’ of Lovely Professional University (LPU) concluded on the campus, where all LPU faculty and staff members participated. The theme if this year was “Abhi to aur aage jaana hain” (still we have to go further). On the occasion, more than 1,050 university employees were also honoured with 20, 15, 10 and 5 year long ‘Association Awards’ for providing their services. Chancellor Ashok Mittal also announced a ‘Vision Fund’ for united potential and strategic activities of all departments. On this occasion, various achievements made in academics, research, placements, accreditations, rankings and awards, scientific nd technological competitions, sports and cultural activities and more were shared.
Engg students shine in academics
Students of St Soldier Institute of Engineering and Technology made the name of the institution bright by securing eight positions in the first 10 positions in the merit list of various courses declared by the IKG Punjab Technical University. Chairman of St. Soldier Group Anil Chopra, Principal Dr Gurpreet Singh Saini briefed that in BTech Automobile Avinash Kumar got third, in Electrical Amritpal Kaur got seventh, in MTech Mechanical Chandan Mehta got fourth, in Computer Science Baljinder Kaur got sixth and Rajwinder Kaur got the ninth position, in Post-Graduation Diploma in Digital Marketing, Lovepreet Bhalla got 6th, Payal Saini got seventh, Gurpreet Kaur got the ninth position. TNS

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