New Delhi [India], May 03 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi held 200 programmes, most of them electoral in nature, across 27 states and Union Territories, over the last 125 days beginning December 25, according to information provided by his official website.
NEW DELHI: The BJP on Friday said the party has cancelled its political programmes in solidarity with the 45 CRPF troopers killed in a terror attack in Jammu and Kashmir.
Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Tuesday ordered the Deputy Commissioners of all the districts to tighten their belts and work harder to strengthen their public interface to deliver on the promises on which his government had come to power 22 months ago.
Innocent Hearts conducted three workshops on “Professional Development” and “Classroom that Cares” in the GMT branch. The main aim of these was to enable teachers to manage students in the changing mental and physical scenario of today.
Delhi – The Indian Express
Jalandhar: Last date of Admission to various Distance Education programmes offered by Lovely Professional University is 20th October 2018. Thousands of students from various locations of Punjab have already taken admission in LPU's 20+ Distance Education Programmes and hundreds are visiting on daily basis for getting their admissions processed. Newly enrolled students are being inducted in the LPU DE system through interactive sessions with the university officials.
Jalandhar: As per the recently released recognition list of India’s different universities for offering distance education (DE) programmes; Distance Education Bureau of University Grant Commission (UGC) has accorded approval to Lovely Professional University (LPU) consecutively for 12th Academic Session. This prestigious recognition has once again enabled LPU to run 19 Distance Education programmes in Punjab. In fact, LPU is the only private university in Punjab, which has been given recognition to offer DE programmes in the state. Worth immediate noticing, the last date of admission for the current session of DE Programmes is 20th October 2018.
LUDHIANA: A delegation from Denmark comprised of Mr. Brian Bodholdt, Director Go2Know International, and Ms. Ishita Sharma, World Bank funded Researcher, Aalborg University visited Guru Angad Dev Veterinary and Animal Sciences University, Ludhiana to explore the possibilities for tie-ups between Indian and Danish Universities working in the field of Dairying and Agriculture.
CHANDIGARH: Haryana Principal Secretary of Technical Education, Jyoti Arora has said that the new Model Curriculum prescribed by AICTE for various Engineering Programmes is a significant step towards improving the quality of Technical Education. She said that the new Model Curriculum has been prepared keeping in view the latest industry trends and market demands in all major engineering segments. Also, the State Government is committed towards effective implementation of new Model Curriculum, she added.
CHANDIGARH: Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh has written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, requesting that the sharing pattern between Centre and States be reverted to 90:10 for various agriculture development programmes in order to avert the looming crisis in the farm sector.