Jalandhar: Innocent Hearts College of Education, Jalandhar organized Talent Hunt on Sept 11, 2018, in order to bring out the hidden skills of the student-teachers and help them realize their individual worth.
Amritsar: Khalsa College for Women, Amritsar organized a 'Talent Hunt' in the college auditorium to welcome the new entrants and provide them with a platform to showcase their talents. Principal Dr. Manpreet Kaur was the esteemed chief guest for the occasion. In her inaugural address, she depicted her pride in the multi-talented students while welcoming them and motivated them to bloom, glow and get ready for the future challenges. She hailed the institution's initiative- 'say no to ragging’ in her address.
Mohali: Giving the fresher students a platform to showcase their talent, talent hunt competition was organized by Aryans Group of Colleges, Rajpura Near Chandigarh. Students exhibited their inner hidden talents and got a chance to explore and improve their inner hidden talent.
Bhogpur: DIPS, Bhogpur organised “ Leaf Hunt Activity” under the guidance of Principal Raminder Kaur for pre-wing students. The event was organised keeping in mind the importance of Tress, Plantation and leaves. For the activity, the parents were asked to send five to six leaves from different plants. The students pasted the leaves on the scrapbook creating beautiful patterns like butterflies, fruits, insects, etc.
Innocent Hearts School Green Model Town conducted a Talent Hunt Competition for the students of Class XI. The participation by the students was full of enthusiasm and creativity. Many of them did a solo dance, some sang a song and others presented self-composed poems.
Giving the students a platform to showcase their talent, Primary section of MGN Public School, Adarsh Nagar organized Talent Hunt.
Rachna Khaira Tribune news Service Jalandhar, March 7 A day after Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh spotted “illegal” mining in Nawanshahr district on his way to Kartarpur on a helicopter, the authorities are still not clear about the actual site. Nawanshahr SSP Satinder Singh claimed that the coordinates of longitude and latitude sent by the CM showed all six quarries in its area and the quarry shown in the photograph was one of these. District Mining Officer, Jalandhar, Mahesh Khanna, too, claimed ignorance about the actual location of the site. “The police must know the exact location as they had conducted a search on ground,” said Khanna, while talking to The Tribune today. A press statement issued by the CMO on Tuesday confirmed the spot as Malikpur. The SSP ...