PowerPoint Presentation Contest: The Tribune India


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Jalandhar: The S. Ramanujan Mathematics Society of PCM SD College for Women held a PowerPoint presentation contest to commemorate “Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav”. BSc Semester II students actively participated in the same. They made a presentation on the theme “The Great Indian Mathematicians”. The contributions of various exemplary Indian mathematicians like Aryabhatta, Bhaskara, S. Ramanujan and Shakuntla Devi were portrayed through their presentations. Anuradha, head of the chemistry department was the judge. Nisha from BSc Non Medical landed the top position. Ritika from BSc Computer Science and Jeenat from BSc Economics placed second and third respectively.

Orientation session organized

An orientation session was conducted by Emm Aar International School, Adampur under the supervision of Principal Navdeep Vashista in the Audio Visual Room. A flair and experiential learning model was discussed for the new session. Wonderful teaching strategies were discussed to ensure the overall development of the children. In this training, all the teachers and staff of the group enthusiastically participated and also presented their ideas. All teachers attended the session and received snacks. The session was quite stimulating and helped the teachers to assimilate the relevant concepts through inspiring teaching.

Pariksha pe Charcha organized

Ivy World School hosted a live broadcast of the “Pariksha Pe Charcha 2022” session in the school auditorium. The session began with PM Narendra Modi interacting with students, teachers and parents on dealing with board exam stress. It was conducted by the School Education and Literacy Department of the Ministry of Education. This session mainly focused on the offline exam mode in India following the reduction in Covid cases. He educated students on the power of memory, the role of technology in student life, depression, the best use of free time, concentration, achieving goals, choosing the right career, time management, self-confidence and many more.

University positions

Brahamsewak Singh and Jaspreet Kaur from Lyallpur Khalsa College jointly landed second positions in the GNDU exams of MA (political science) – I semester by scoring 372 out of 400 points, while Livpreet, Charanjeet Kaur and Deepak Bains landed 3rd, 5th and 6th place. in the same class by obtaining respectively 367, 363 and 362 points out of 400. This information was given in a press release by the director of the College Dr. Gurpinder Singh Samra. He also said the college is committed to providing quality education to its students. The chairman of the college board, Balbir Kaur, congratulated the students and wished them success in life.

School Counselor Workshop

The Freudian Psychological Society of Hans Raj Mahila Maha Vidyalaya organized a one-day workshop on “The School Counselor: His Role in School”. Resource person Manmeet Sawhney spoke about the importance of a school counsellor. Sawhney emphasized that “the school counselor is the heart of the institution.” She further explained how the school counselor plays a role in all spheres of a student’s life – from academics to social-emotional growth, addressing developmental issues, shaping the student’s career and instilling self-esteem and confidence, while providing support for parents. . The do’s and don’ts every advisor should respect such as confidentiality, non-judgment and why it’s important, as well as a range of case studies were also discussed.

Prayer for a new session

‘Sarava Dharam’s Prayer’ – Beginning of the new session in Cambridge (Co-ed) Cambridge (Co-Ed) organized a special assembly to begin the new session. The morning assembly is an integral part of the school timetable. It’s not just about queuing and singing prayers or the national anthem, but it’s something that goes beyond prayers. All the activities carried out in the morning assembly by the school staff and the students have a great impact on everyone’s daily life. Cambridge Co-Ed began the new session by seeking blessings from the Almighty. A special assembly with “Sarava Dharam” prayer was organized with the aim of making the children understand that all religions are equally respectful.

Tribute paid to the martyrs

The Department of Social Sciences at Apeejay College of Fine Arts paid tribute to the great martyrs of the nation as part of one of the ‘Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav’ events proposed by the Indian government to commemorate 75 years of the ‘independence. Principal Dr. Neerja Dhingra was the main guest of the day and expressed her views on the occasion. She said the main motive for the event was to educate our youth about freedom fighters, the value of freedom we have today and history. how it was won. On this occasion, competitions such as costume parade, make-up were organized for the students. A short play and choreography on the theme of sacrifice and patriotism was presented by the theater and dance students.

Children have an introduction party

To increase the friendship between the children, an introductory evening with music was organized at the DIPS school in Bhogpur. The teachers welcomed the children from the pre-primary wing with music. During the party, the children enjoyed various fun games and danced with their classmates to the party music. After that, one by one, the children told their classmates about themselves and their families. After the dance games, the children had lunch together and shared with each other while spending time with their new classmates.


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