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Friday, 11 September 2020

Admission begins in Panchkula college

Chandigarh: Government College, Sector 1, Panchkula, has started the admission process for graduation classes, for which the students have to apply on the department's portal https://ift.tt/3hg0JbV. Dr Archana Mishra, Principal, says there are 420 seats for BA, 60 for BA (Hons), 320 for BCom, 160 for BSC (non-medical), 80 seats in BSc (medical), 40 in (BSc applied sciences), 52 in BPED, 40 seats in BA(journalism and mass communication). She maintained that the last date for submitting the application is September 21. The document verification process will continue till September 25, while the first merit list will be out on September 26, and second on September 30. The college has also issued a WhatsApp chatbot number 741944449 for the students.

Webinar on literacy in education policy

Kurukshetra: A webinar on 'Literacy in New Education Policy 2020' was organised on the occasion of International Literacy Day at the National Institute of Technology (NIIT), Kurukshetra. The purpose of this webinar conducted online was to highlight the importance of literacy in individuals, communities and societies. The event was organised jointly by NITTTR, Chandigarh, and the NIT, Kurukshetra. Padmashri Dr Satish Kumar, Director of the institute, present as the chief guest on the occasion, emphasised the development of indigenous technology for a self-reliant India. He focused on and elaborated on skills development in key areas of technology, including digital literacy, increased teacher role, artificial intelligence, machine learning and data science. Dr Shyam Sundar Pattanayak, Professor, NITTTR, Chandigarh, who was presiding over the programme, highlighted the importance of digital social-education in the education policy.

Awareness campaign today

Faridabad: Vidya Bharati will commence a nationwide awareness campaign on the recently unveiled National Education Policy (NEP) on September 11. In addition to the comprehensive discussions on the scope, scale and impact of the reforms under the NEP, the campaign will also comprise of the MyNEP competition involving NEP-themed popular contests in the online mode, social media and website (www.mynep.in) from September 25 to October 2. MyNEP competition will be held in 13 languages on four sub-themes, namely Bharat Centric Education Holistic Education, Knowledge Based Society and Quality Education, across three categories. The first being Class IX to XII, second undergraduates and postgraduates and third the citizen category. While significant cash prizes will be awarded to the winners in each category, every contestant will receive a participation certificate.

Five buildings inaugurated in CUH

Mahendragarh: Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal 'Nishank' inaugurated five building projects of Central University of Haryana (CUH) here online. "boys hostel, engineering workshop, mini auditorium, wi-fi park and Vice Chancellor's residence -cum-camp office were inaugurated by the Union Minister," said Vice-Chancellor Prof RC Kuhad. Minister of State for Education Sanjay Shyamrao Dhotre was virtually present on the occasion.

Dyal Singh school 1st in Bhajan Gayan

Karnal: To mark the death anniversary of Sardar Dyal Singh Majithia, founder of Dyal Singh Trust Society, an online Bhajan Gayan competition was organised by Dyal Singh Public School, Dyal Singh Colony on Wednesday, in which 12 schools participated. The first position was bagged by Dyal Singh Public School, Sector 7, Karnal, second position was secured by SD Model School and third by Delhi Public School. Consolation prizes were bagged by SBS Senior Secondary School, JPS Academy, Assandh and OPS Vidya Mandir, respectively. On the occasion, the academic adviser Ramesh Lather and Principal Sushma Devgan paid floral tribute to the founder of the institution and congratulated the winners



from The Tribune https://ift.tt/32kT7AV

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