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Thursday, 7 January 2021

University conducts online workshop

Dr SS Bhatnagar University Institute of Chemical Engineering and Technology, in collaboration with DUIET, Dibrugarh, Assam, and under the aegis of TEQIP-III inaugurated a one-week online workshop titled "Statistical Tools for Research" for undergraduate and postgraduate students of the department and its Mentee Institute, Dibrugarh University Institute of Engineering amp; Technology, Dibrugarh. The programme started with an inaugural address by the chief guest and chairperson, Prof Amrit Pal Toor. TNS

Journal of English Dept released

Chandigarh: The Panjab University Vice-Chancellor, Prof Raj Kumar, released two issues of "Dialog", a biannual international journal of the department of English and cultural studies. The VC lauded the efforts of the team of the journal. Prof Deepti Gupta, editor of the journal, said the journal received more than 300 submissions, of which around 18 were published in each issue. TNS

Webinar on fashion merchandising

The University Institute of Fashion Technology amp; Vocational Development (UIFT amp; VD) organised a webinar, titled "Art of Fashion Merchandising", on Wednesday. Faculty members of the department and various colleges, research scholars and students of fashion technology attended the webinar. Dr Anu H Gupta, Chairperson of UIFT amp; VD, introduced the speaker, Mona, Business Head, Katbro Corporation Pvt Ltd,Greater Noida. TNS

Prof Devinder gets additional charge

Prof Devinder Singh, Department of Laws, will look after the work of secretary to Panjab University Vice-Chancellor in addition to his own duties with immediate effect during leave period of Dr Muneeshwar Joshi. TNS

MA (public Admn) 4th semester Result out

Panjab University has announced the result of Master of Arts (Public Administration) 4th semester examination. TNS

Amity International School, Mohali

Grade VI students Nitin Bhardwaj, Yuktie Patil and Saanvi Bhargava unleashed their creativity while presenting solutions to the problems which we are facing during the pandemic, through the universal language of mime. The mime stressed that promoting good personal hygiene is the most basic yet powerful tool to fight the new strain of Covid-19 having a transmission rate of 70%. TNS

Shivalik Public School, Chandigarh

Students of classes VI, VII and VIII marked World Braille Day by participating in a webinar organised by their teachers. Around 400 students participated in it. The day commemorates the birth anniversary of Louis Braille, the man who invented Braille in 1809. The teachers sensitised the students to the importance of Braille as a means of communication in the full realisation of the human rights for visually impaired people. TNS

AKSIPS-125 Smart School, Kharar

A clean environment is essential for the healthy living and it is our social and moral responsibility to make efforts to keep it clean by following the 3Rs - Reduce, Reuse amp; Recycle the waste. Taking this thinking forward, AKSIPS-125 conducted an online fancy dress competition where Class I students flaunted their garments that were made from recycled materials such as old newspapers, waste cans, bottles and vegetable leaves etc. The Principal, Jagjit Seikhon, appreciated the students' efforts. TNS

from The Tribune

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