Kolkata: Offers were made to as many as 1,200 students at the end of phase one of the 2017-18 placement season at IIT Kharagpur -- a 15 per cent jump from last year, a statement from the institute said on Thursday.
CHANDIGARH: Team Synectics from Chandigarh Group of Colleges (CGC) Landran has bagged two awards in the SAE NIS EFFI-CYCLE 2017.
JALANDHAR: Innocent hearts group of institutions, Jalandhar organized farewell party for its outgoing students of B.Sc Hotel Management.
JALANDHAR: A distinguished academician and noted administrator Prof (Dr) Rakesh Kumar Mahajan has taken over as the Vice-Chancellor of DAV University Jalandhar. Dr Mahajan has held several major positions at Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar including Head of Chemistry Department, Professor-in-Charge (Examinations), Dean, College Development Council, Coordinator, University-Industry Linkage Programme and Dean, Faculty of Science
JALANDHAR: Moving in pace with the modern educational technology Mock Parliament was organised at The Nobel to give the students knowledge about politics and The Parliament of India. Students of grade VI, VII and VIII participated in it. The topic of the activity was GST and demonetization.
JALANDHAR: Noted academician and administrator Dr. Sushma Arya has taken over as the Registrar of DAV University Jalandhar. Dr Sushma Arya has held several major administrative positions including Regional Director, DAV Public Schools, DAV CMC, New Delhi and incharge of the upcoming DAV University for Women at Yamuna Nagar in Haryana before joining the University. Dr Sushma Arya has taken over from Dr Rekha Kalia Bhardwaj.
JALANDHAR: DIPS Haryana organized its Annual function. The chief guest of this function Chairman S. Gurbachan singh (Chain of DIPS Institution ) addressed the students and conveyed the message “ Hold fast to dreams” and “Don’t let dreams die”.
New Delhi: The Indian Institute of Technology Ropar has had a successful 2017. The institute had various achievements this year and has made a mark in the field of research, innovation, and academics.
Jalandhar: The players of Hans Raj Mahila Maha Vidyalaya won prizes in Distt. Sports Competitions organized by Punjab Sports department. Principal Prof. Dr. (Mrs.) Ajay Sareen told that Football team of the college won First prize in this tournament. The football team of HMV defeated Jandiala Club and team of Samrawan and won first prize. The results were declared by Distt. Sports Officer Vijay Kumar Vaish.
LUDHIANA: On the eve of Christmas, CT University’s staff and students joined hands towards a warmer winter for the poor people. The staff and students donated warm clothes, food items, quilts, etc. to the people living in the slums of Mullanpur on the auspicious occasion of Jesus Christ’s birthday.