Kargil Vijay Di was observed: The Tribune India


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Amritsar: NCC cadets from BBK DAV Collegiate School observed Kargil Vijay Diwas here to commemorate India’s victory over Pakistan in the Kargil War (1999). Cadets of the First Punjab Girls Battalion NCC, Amritsar participated in a poster design competition to honor the martyrs of the battle and celebrated their heroism. Principal Dr. Pushpinder Walia extolled the virtues of legendary war heroes and motivated the cadets to follow their exemplary patriotic spirit. She also praised the persistent efforts of the school’s NCC wing. On this occasion, Lt (Dr) Amandeep Kaur and Akshika Aneja marked their presence and led the event successfully. Coordinator Dr Shelly Jaggi, Prof Shaifali and Head of Collegiate School Mr Ashok Malhotra also congratulated the cadets.

Students shine in competitions

Three students from DAV public school, Lawrence Road, qualified for the National Institute of Fashion Technology and one passed both NIFT and the National Institute of Design, where only 444 places are available for students from all over the country. Nandini Jain of Class XII (Humanities) made the school proud by achieving an All-India ranking of 199 in the National Institute of Design and an All-India ranking of 331 in the National Institute of Fashion merit list Technology. Class XII (Humanities) Riddhi Aggarwal also added another feather in his cap by acquiring an All-India rank of 99 at the National Institute of Fashion Technology. Smiley Soni, also a Class XII (Humanities), earned an All-India ranking of 716 from the National Institute of Fashion Technology.

Teej Festival celebrated

The Rabindra Nath Tagore Cultural and Literary Club of Goodwill School celebrated the Teej Festival with great fervor, joy and enthusiasm. Different activities related to Punjabi culture such as giddha folk dance, rangoli and henna design competitions were organized for junior and senior groups. In mehndi competition, Gurnoorpreet Kaur from the junior group and Navpreet Kaur from the senior group won the top positions. In rangoli, Amninder Singh from the junior group and Sukhchain Singh from the senior group were declared the winners. A team from the senior group, led by Captain Harmeen Kaur of Class VIII, won the giddha competition. Senior Director Jasbinder Kaur congratulated the winners.

School honors board artists

The graduate school has commended its deserving students of the CBSE Class X and XII Board Examinations. Principal Upasana Mehra said that the students who got the best positions in the district in the exams were congratulated at the school. Sparsh, a class X student, scored 99.6% and landed the school’s first place in CBSE class X. She is the best in the city, second in Punjab and third in the country . Lasya Sandhu and Harmanjit Singh topped the school with a brilliant score of 98.6% in the non-medical track. The Ram Rakha Mal Kapoor Trust has launched a merit award for Senior Study II students on behalf of their mother Uma Kapoor. The Kapoor family presented a check for Rs 5,000 each and a trophy to the six best players of this year. He presented a special trophy to Sparsh for being the best in town in the 2022 CBSE exams. The occasion was attended by GNDU Vice Chancellor Dr. Jaspal Singh Sandhu and his daughter Lasya Sandhu was one school toppers.

Tree planting campaign

DAV College NCC Army Wing Cadets conducted a planting campaign on college grounds. On occasion, Group Captain Manoj Kumar Vats of 2 PB Air Squadron NCC also pledged students to protect saplings. He said trees and plants are an important part of their lives. They maintain the seasonal cycle on the earth. To maintain the balance of the seasonal cycle, it is necessary to plant more and more trees and to protect them. Professor Sanjeev Dutta, the college’s ANO aviation officer, said: ‘We have to protect young trees like children until they grow into trees. A tree is capable of saving hundreds of lives. Sukhchain, Gulmohar, Amaltas and Peepal trees were also planted during this period. Cadet Madhav, Cadet Krishna and Cadet Manav were present at the event.

Investment campaign at GGI

Global Group of Institutes (GGI) Bachelor of Tourism and Travel Management students have been placed in a variety of companies engaged in airline, hotel and restaurant chain management and vacation and vacation management. other merchandising companies. During the placement campaign held recently, the students of the BTTM department made their mark. The department’s Atul Kumar Sachdeva was assigned to Ground Crew Operations at Berlin Airport, West Germany, and Simarpreet Singh was selected as Assistant Manager at McDonald’s Ontario, Canada. Dr. Akashdeep Singh Chandi, Vice President, while congratulating the selected students from various companies, said that the hard work done by the faculty of the department to prepare the students for the needs of the travel and tourism industry is appreciable.

Deserving students commended

Tarn Taran: Deserving students of Guru Amar Das Adarsh ​​Institute, Goindwal Sahib were honored by Khadoor Sahib MLA Manjinder Singh Lalpura at a reception held at the institute compound. While interacting with the deserving students of Class X and XII, he urged them to be more dedicated to achieve their goal in life. On this occasion, the parents of deserving students were also invited. The students received trophies from the MLA. Jaspal Singh Randhawa, President, presented a vote of thanks and Principal Manisha Sood presented the institution’s annual progress report. /OC

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