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Wednesday, 19 August 2020

Tree plantation organised

Karnal: Under the Harit Haryana Abhiyaan of the Government of Haryana, office- bearers of the governing body of RKSD College, Kaithal, planted 100 saplings here at the college stadium. President Saket Mangal said, "In the era of pandemic and diseases, the primary focus should be on strengthening immunity and there cannot be a better way for this than protecting the environment around us." Principal Sanjay Goyal was of the opinion that mere planting of the tree was not enough but proper care of every sapling was also equally important. NSS officers of the college Dr S P Verma, Prof Jaibir Dhariwal and Dr Anukirti along with their volunteers managed and monitored the whole programme.

Professional development

Faridabad: A five-day online professional development programme titled, "scholarly publications" was held recently by DAV Centenary College. Revealing that the purpose of the programme was to maximise the potentialities of researchers and to make them aware of the publication aspect, a spokesperson of the college said. More than 200 research scholars and professionals from India and abroad took part. The question-answer session at the end of every session was clarified by the resource persons. Uttama Pandey moderated the question-answer session.

e-learning project launched

Gurugram: Aide et Action launched a project,iWay, an e-learning platform to provide digital literacy training to disadvantaged community across the country. The launch was virtually graced by Manju Dashmana, CSR head, Microsoft India, Gaurav Sharma, Eicher Foundation, Anurag Pratap, CSR head, Capgemini, and Dr Payal Kanodia, Trustee - M3M foundation, along with Sharad Chandra Behar (IAS retd.), former Chief Secretary, Government of Madhya Pradesh and president, Aide et Action India Board, Ravi Pratap Singh, international programme director, Aide et Action International amp; regional director, AEAI South Asia, and Sajeev P Balan, director , Programme Development and Support, Aide et Action International South Asia. While speaking at the specially organised Facebook live, Dr Aishwarya Mahajan, director, Livelihood Education, Aide et Action International South Asia, said "Digital literacy is the need of the hour in India where technology is being used for a wide range of services, including education, health, communication, e-commerce etc,. Through iWay, individuals can learn to efficiently use a computer, send and receive emails over the Internet, navigate a website, use a smartphone, interact on social media, and have a deeper understanding of e-governance and e-security."

Application invited for Class XI

Karnal: Jasraj Singh, principal, Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya, Sagga, said the process for the entrance examinations for Class XI for the session of 2020-21 has been started. "We have invited applications and anyone can apply on or between August 13 and 31.

from The Tribune

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