Yoga, meditation camp organized in Hoshiarpur : The Tribune India

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Hoshiarpur: DAV College of Education Health Services Club, Hoshiarpur, organized a yoga and meditation boot camp to observe ‘World Health Day’. Yoga teacher Dr Narinder Kumar from Sehaj Meditation Center, Hoshiarpur was the resource person. Faculty members and students of MEd. and BEd actively participated and interacted. Principal Dr. Vidhi Bhalla hosted the guest speaker and team including Santosh Kumari, Bhavna, Yogita and Amarjit Singh. Dr. Narinder Kumar has emphasized the importance of yoga and meditation in our life. CO

World Health Day Event

Jalandhar: World Health Day was enthusiastically commemorated at Sanskriti KMV School with a focus on the current year’s theme – Our Planet, Our Health. To mandate attention towards urgent actions to foster a healthy planet and human life with an emphasis on the well-being of society, various activities were carried out by the students of the primary wing. It was a unique experience to come together to promote actions that can improve our health and well-being through student implementation. An interactive session on physical activities such as yoga and meditation was also conducted with the mission of keeping humans and the planet healthy. Rachna Monga, Principal of Sanskriti KMV School, addressed the students with her signature words and advised them to maintain a healthy lifestyle to gain the courage to face difficult challenges. She even motivated the students for their inspiring presence. The event saw an overwhelming turnout.

Science Plus Organized quiz

Students from DAV Jalandhar Public Police College have won the top prize in the ‘Science Plus’ (scientific mindset stimulation) quiz, organized by DAV College Jalandhar. The quiz was sponsored by the Department of Biotechnology, Government of India. Principal Dr. Rashmi Vij appreciated the efforts of the team members which included Yuvraj, Sanya Arora and Nakshatra, all the twelfth class students and their mentor Sanjeev Mahajan.

Visit of the film crew

Whole crew of Punjabi film ‘Lekh’ visited Lyallpur Khalsa College Jalandhar. The principal of the college, Dr. Gurpinder Singh Samra, hosted Gurnam Bhullar and Tania, the lead actor and actress of the film, and the entire crew of this film. By audience request, Gurnam Bhullar and Tania also presented some of the film’s dialogue. Speaking on the occasion, the principal of the college, Dr. Gurpinder Singh Samra, praised the making of Punjabi films and said that such efforts would go a long way in promoting the Punjabi language and culture. Professor Palwinder Singh, Dean of Cultural Affairs, Surinder Kumar, Deputy Principal, and other faculty members and students were also present on the occasion.

Future of Manufacturing Training

GNA University hosted a four-day “Future of Making Things” workshop in conjunction with Autodesk. More than 250 students from B.Tech Mechanical Engineering and Automation, B.Tech Robotic Engineering and Automation and M.Tech CAD/CAM attended the workshop. The purpose of the workshop was to give students the opportunity to learn in real time about the Autodesk product. The workshop started with a note on the importance of CAD software knowledge in today’s scenario by Anil Chauhan. The importance of the Autodesk product was also discussed. The complete overview of the modeling procedure with Autodesk Product was presented to the students. During the workshop, each student developed CAD modeling using Autodesk Fusion 360 software. In this workshop, students learned how to create cloud-based projects, cloud-based data management, 2D sketches, 3D features and assembly modeling techniques as well as associative detail drawings and assembly animations. CR Tripathy, dean of the faculty of engineering, design and automation, said such workshops and interactive sessions provide hands-on exposure for students and help them when they go out to work for industry.

University results

DIPS College (Co-Educational) students performed well on the exam organized by GNDU. College coordinator Harpreet Kaur said that in the first semester of MA Punjabi, Rupinder Kaur was first with 83.7 points and Monika was second with 82.5%. In the 3rd semester of MA Punjabi, Taranjit Kaur was first with 81.2% marks. In 1st year of MA history, Sukhjinder Kaur ranked first with 77.7% marks, Lovepreet Kaur and Amardeep Kaur got second place with 76.7% marks, Harjot Kaur got third position with 75.2% marks. MD DIPS Channel Tarwinder Singh and CEO Monica Mandotra congratulated students who achieved high marks on the exam and motivated them to do the same.

Free Cricket Academy Camp

The first Cricket Academy 3 Day Free Cricket Camp was started by St. Soldier Group of Institutions in association with Yuvraj Singh Center of Excellence for the best youth cricket training. More than 150 young people from different cities in Punjab like Jalandhar, Amritsar, Ludhiana, Bathinda etc. as well as from Chandigarh, Haryana, Delhi, Himachal Pradesh participated in the camp. Welcoming the players, group chairman Anil Chopra said that Indian cricketer Yuvraj Singh’s team came specially to give better information and training to the players in this camp and the whole camp is run under his oversight. Along with this, he said that the complete training of the students who wish to train in this academy will be done under the guidance of Yuvraj Singh and by qualified trainers. Players from Indian Cricket Team, Ranji Trophy and IPL will come from time to time to give guidance to students which will boost their confidence and development. Vice President Sangeeta Chopra informed that on the third day of the camp (April 10), many Punjab players will attend this camp and select the top 10 players and give them scholarships for the whole year.

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