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Friday, 24 July 2020

Meritorious students felicitated

Rewari: Deputy Commissioner Yashendra Singh felicitated meritorious students in the district, who performed well in the in senior secondary examinations, the results of which were declared by the Board of School Education Haryana (BSEH) recently. Interestingly, top 10 positions were scored by girls in the district. Those were honoured include state topper of science stream Bhavna Yadav, Babita, Varsha, Neha Kumari, Anjali, Prachi Sharma, Tanika, Kiran, Raksha Yadav and Muskan. "By grabbing position in the top 10 list, girls have once again proved that they are not behind in any way," said Yashendra.

Plantation drive at K'shetra varsity

Kurukshetra: A plantation drive was organised by the Department of Horticulture of Kurukshetra University on Thursday on the occasion of "Hariyali Teej" in the area around the Tourism Department of the university and the Institute of Management Studies. Vice-Chancellor Dr Nita Khanna planted a sapling under the drive. "There are many festivals in the nation dedicated to plants, agriculture and environment and Hariyali Teej is one of them," said Dr Khanna adding that to maintain balance in the nature, it is important for people to plant trees and add to the green cover. Dr Khanna further said every human must plant at least one plant in their lifetime. Horticulture Department in charge Prof Narendra Singh thanked everyone for participating in the drive.

Students shine in examinations

Karnal: Preeti Kumari, a student of Sant Nikka Singh Public School, Model Town, has brought laurels to the school and the district by securing second position in the district in Class XII arts stream examinations of the Board of School Education Haryana, the results of which were declared recently. She got 490 marks out of 500. Jyoti, another student of the school got 95 per cent marks, followed by Isha (94.8 per cent). Simultaneously, in commerce stream, Khushi, Shikha and Sanjana got 96.6 per cent, 94.4 per cent, and 94.2 per cent marks respectively. The management of the school congratulated the students for their better future.

Webinar series commences at MDU

Rohtak: Maharshi Dayanand University Vice-Chancellor Rajbir Singh inaugurated a webinar series on "Teaching, learning and research support service for quality enhancement". The series has been organised by the Vivekananda Library of the university in collaboration with Elsevier. The VC said, "Access, equity and quality are essential components of higher education. Need of the hour is to utilise digital platforms to serve the cause of qualitative expansion of higher education." Prof Nina Singh, Dean, Academic Affairs, underlined the importance of technology-driven higher education. Librarian Dr Satish Malik gave information about e-resources available at the library. Elsevier's South Asia Regional Manager Nitin Rawat, Customer Consultant Vishal Gupta and Account Manager Faraha Siddiqui gave a presentation on "Use of Scopus, Science Direct and Mendeley to enhance the research effectiveness." They highlighted details about e-resources, their reach and utility. Head of the Department of Library and Information Science Prof Nirmal Kumar Swain also spoke on the occasion.

from The Tribune

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