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CT University offers Tally felicitation programme

Indian Education
LUDHIANA: CT University in order to educate the students on the benefits and importance of computerised accounting offers Tally course in collaboration with Cyber Labs, an Authorised Tally Institute of Learning. The MOU will facilitate the delivery of Tally courses like Tally ACE, Tally PRO and GST using Tally ERP 9 to make students industry ready with skills. This is done with a view to enrich the practical knowledge of students with respect to current business trends and practices in their domain areas.

Mission Tandrust Punjab is a comprehensive programme to bring in qualitative improvement in life of the people : MLA Angad Singh

Punjab
NAWANSHAHR: The Mission Tandrust, Punjab is a comprehensive programme envisaged by the Chief Minister, Capt. Amarinder Singh to bring in qualitative improvement in the lives of the people of Punjab. Under it, concerted and consistent efforts by all the departments have been initiated to provide safe air, drinking water , environment  and adultration free eatables as well as to mobilising people to adopt proper life style to ensure healthy life.

KMV Collaborates with ICAI KMV starts coaching for CA Foundation Programme

Indian Education
Kanya Maha Vidyalaya- the Autonomous and Heritage Institution, Jalandhar is working towards quality education for women. Committed to its mission, KMV provides programmes for holistic development of students. Post Graduate Department of Commerce and Business Administration, since its inception has been endeavoring to develop employability skills in students.

Punjab will strongly oppose union government,s move to amend NRDW programme: Razia Sultana

India
CHANDIGARH: The Union Government has made up its mind to amend the National Rural Drinking Water Programme (NRDWP), which aimed at providing potable drinking water to the rural inhabitants. Once this amendment is through, this will adversely affect the ongoing drinking water supply schemes in more than 9 thousand villages of the state. The Punjab state will strongly opposed this move of the Union Government.

Punjab will strongly oppose Union government’s move to amend NRDW programme: Razia Sultana

Punjab
The Union Government has made up its mind to amend the National Rural Drinking Water Programme (NRDWP), which aimed at providing potable drinking water to the rural inhabitants. Once this amendment is through, this will adversely affect the ongoing drinking water supply schemes in more than 9 thousand villages of the state. The Punjab state will strongly opposed this move of the Union Government.