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Thursday, 23 July 2020

Plantation drive by NCC unit

Yamunanagar: Under the aegis of the 14 Haryana Bn NCC Yamunanagar unit of Mukand Lal National College, Radaur, a sapling plantation drive was organised. Sapling plantation is an ongoing feature of the NCC curriculum which is held cumulatively every year especially in the rainy season. Colonel AP Kaushish, the Commanding Officer of the Bn, said due to the scare of Covid pandemic, NCC cadets had been directed to plant saplings individually in their respectively areas and send a picture of them to Bn Major Deepak Kaushik, NCC officer. The officiating principal of the college through a WhatsApp message briefed the cadets about the invaluable contribution of trees for healthy environment. He exhorted the cadets to motivate others also to participate in the drive.

Y'nagar girl shines at int'l event

Yamunanagar: Saloni Talwar, a student of MA English of Mukand Lal National College, Yamunanagar, won first prize at the international story writing competition. The event was organised by Ginni Devi Modi Girls (PG) College, Modinagar, Ghaziabad (Uttar Pradesh). Dr Ritu Kumar, head of the department of English said the title of the story written by Saloni was "Story of 3 S" which also had a moral i.e. "To take responsibility or you will learn a lesson." Dr Rahul Khanna, officiating principal of the college, congratulated Saloni for her achievement and wished luck for a bright future. "The talent of students of Mukand Lal National College, Yamunanagar, needs no introduction. They have been performing excellent in the academics as well as in various co-curricular activities," said Dr Khanna.

DC lauds meritorious students

Kaithal: Deputy Commissioner Sujan Singh reviewed the result of 2020 secondary examinations conducted by the Board of School Education Haryana. He congratulated the students, teachers, parents and education officers for the improvement. The district has shown an improvement by 11 per cent. Last year the district's result was 56.67 per cent as compared to 67.54 per cent this year and that of 41 per cent in 2018. Kaithal was at seventh place in the state, whereas the district was placed 15th in 2019 and 16th in 2018. The number of meritorious students also increased this year and Saloni, daughter of Sanjeev Kumar got third position in the state scoring 498 marks out of 500. The DC further said it was all due to the hard work of students, teachers and cooperation of their parents. In this academic session, meetings of all school heads were called every month to review the work done under the Saksham Haryana team. The school heads were provided ten sets of question papers for the board exams.

from The Tribune

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