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Monday, 2 November 2020

National Unity Day observed

Kurukshetra: National Institute of Technology (NIT) here observed National Unity Day on the occasion of 145th birthday of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel. On the occasion, director of the institute Dr Satish Kumar administered a pledge to the teachers and employees to maintain unity and integrity of the country. Dr Kumar said we should make our life excellent by taking inspiration from the life of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel. He said Sardar Patel, with his indomitable courage and far-sightedness, worked to connect all provinces of India and he had contributed significantly in the freedom struggle of the nation. Guru Nanak Khalsa College, Yamunanagar, also observed National Unity Day. Principal Dr (Major) Harinder Singh Kang addressed the employees of the college to highlight the importance of the day. A pledge taking ceremony was also held in the college. Sardar Bhupinder Singh Jauhar of college management lauded the effort stating that it was the need of the hour in present circumstances.

YMCA exam results out

Faridabad: : JC Bose University of Science and Technology, YMCA, here announced the results of all final year students of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes which were conducted by the university in online and offline mode in August and September. While giving information, Controller of Examination Dr Rajiv Singh said the university had already declared the results of all students, having no backlog, in even semesters for the year 2020 under the promotion scheme announced by the state government. He said the university had also conducted the supplementary exams in October in offline mode for all those students passing out or passed out in May 2020 examination for their pre-final odd semester reappear. The result of the same has already been declared. The students can download the statement of marks/scorecard through the link provided on the official website However, the result of final semester students of Echelon Institute of Technology had not been declared due to some technical issues and it will be updated soon.

Talk on wealth creation

Yamunanagar: The Training and Placement Cell of Guru Nanak Khalsa College here organised an expert talk on "Start creating your wealth from today- A step towards success in life". Training and Placement Cell coordinator Rajinder Singh Vohra introduced the speaker and presented the theme of the talk. Guru Nanak Khalsa Institute of Technology and Management director Dr Amit Joshi was the expert speaker. He explained in detail the appropriate time to start planning for creation of wealth, various strategies of wealth creation and importance of financial planning. Principal Dr (Major) Harinder Singh Kang welcomed the speaker and Dr Alok Goyal, dean of commerce faculty extended a vote of thanks.

KU VC extends Haryana Day greetings

Kurukshetra: On the occasion of Haryana Day, Kurukshetra University VC Dr Nita Khanna in her online video message on Sunday greeted the residents of the state, teachers, staff and students of KU. She said the contribution of farmers of Haryana in the entire agriculture sector, including the green revolution, cannot be forgotten. "Jai Jawan, Jai Kisan" has an important contribution in Haryana's culture. "Haryana is a land of heroes with a history of sacrifices and valour. Our soldiers are always at the front foot in the service to the nation," she said.

from The Tribune

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