Mohenjodaro Art Webinar: The Tribune India
Jalandhar: The Department of History and Fine Arts organized a webinar on “The Dancers of Mohenjodaro — Arts, History and Politics”. Dr Ashish Kumar, assistant professor at Panjab University, Chandigarh, was the resource person for the day. Initially, Kawaljeet Kaur, Department of History, introduced the keynote guest to the webinar participants. Dr. Renu Bala from the Department of History familiarized the audience with the subject. The formal welcome was extended by Principal Dr. Pooja Prashar. Dr. Ashish Kumar has shed considerable light on the identity formation process of Harappan artifacts, primarily the Mohenjodaro bronze girl statue under colonial archaeologists such as John Marshall and their fellow archaeologists. He also described how colonial archaeologists gave new meanings to pre-modern artifacts and monuments through the production of state-sanctioned historical accounts. At the end, Harsimrat sent a vote of thanks to the resource person and the participants.
Pariksha Pe Charcha
Kanya Maha Vidyalaya Collegiate Senior Secondary School participated in the Pariksha Pe Charcha program with zeal and enthusiasm. On this occasion, the students presented their points of view on various questions related to the examinations. Presenting her perspective on the topic – Exam stress management policies during Covid-19, Class XII (Arts) student Ashu Mehta said that to eliminate such stress, one can resort to activities such as yoga and meditation, etc. Along with this, Tanya, a student of Class XII (Medicine), spoke on the topic of Amrit Mahotsav. Presenting their perspective on the subject, Self Reliance School for Self Reliant India, Jaskaran 10+2 (Commerce) called it an ideal platform to project confidence and talent. Speaking on the theme of Clean India Green India, Anushka 10+1 (Trade) talked about the importance of cleanliness.
HMV receives grants
Hans Raj Mahila Maha Vidyalaya has been sanctioned by the Department of Biotechnology, Ministry of Science and Technology, Government of India under the Enhancement Component of the DBT Star College Program. Senior Professor Ajay Sareen expressed gratitude to the Department of Biotechnology, Ministry of Science and Technology, Government of India and informed that seven departments (Botany, Zoology, Biotechnology and Bioinformatics, Computer Science and Informatics, Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics) have been selected. for support. She further stated that through this program, departments will focus on improving critical thinking and “hands-on” experimental work at the undergraduate (college) level in science and encourage more students to undertake studies. graduates in science. The program will provide academic and physical infrastructure support to achieve teaching excellence and unique student exposure to experimental science.
Round table conference held
A round table was organized at the CT Group of Institutions, North Campus, Maqsudan. The same topic was student management during a pandemic. There were eight members in a panel who shared their views on the subject. These members included names like Campus Director, Dr. Yogesh Chhabra, Dr. Namesh of MK College of Education, Director of Hospitality and Tourism Management Rohit Sharma, Dr. Ramandeep Gautam, Kunal Verma, Pardeep Kaur. Shedding light on the same, Rohit Sharma said, “As the world is going through a phase of crisis, it has affected the education of students in general. Most of the students complained about the lack of effective teaching through the online mode and said such teachings amounted to mindless charades between the four walls of their bedrooms. So we thought of organizing this conference to discuss the ins and outs.
Webinar by INTACH
Apeejay College of Fine Arts hosted a Heritage Awareness Webinar by INTACH. The resource person for the day was Purnima Datt, Senior Director, Heritage Education and Communication Services, INTACH, New Delhi. Principal Dr. Neerja Dhingra warmly welcomed Purnima Datt, Abhishek Das, Principal Program Coordinator, INTACH, Smriti Malhotra, Program Coordinator and HECS Representative, Major General Balwinder Singh, Head of Jalandhar Chapter, INTACH, Laveena Rajput, Director of the Army Public School, Beas and other distinguished guests. Talking about the history of INTACH, she advanced that the Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage is a non-profit institution established in 1984 which preserves and maintains the natural, built and cultural heritage of India. . There are various centers in 215 cities in India.
Scholarship for students
Scholarships worth Rs 60,000 were awarded to needy and deserving students of Lyallpur Khalsa College, Jalandhar by S Jaswant Singh Rai Memorial Public Charitable Trust on Thursday. Speaking on the occasion, the principal of the college, Dr. Gurpinder Singh Samra, hailed the trust for extending this financial support to students. He said the trust has been providing financial aid to college students for several years. He also reiterated the college’s commitment to affordable and quality education, adding that every effort would be made to support deserving and deserving students.
Teen COVID Vaccination Camp
Shiv Jyoti Public School held an in-school Covid vaccination camp for students aged 15-18 for grades IX-XII. The camp will continue for three days until January 23. Principal Neeru Nayyar motivated students and parents to get vaccinated. The team of Dr Surbhi, Dr Seema Rani and Palwinder Kaur vaccinated the students. Apart from the students, the vaccination camp is open to all players in the institution and in society.