Wednesday, February 20, 2019

Posted at: Feb 14, 2018, 1:31 AM; last updated: Feb 14, 2018, 1:31 AM (IST)COLLEGE NOTES

Valentine’s Day celebrated

Students of Bajaj College, Chaunkimann near Jagraon, celebrated Valentine’s Day. Rose stalls, chocolate stalls and food stalls were put up and the money earned from them was planned to be directed for a charitable cause. Games such as musical chair, newspaper dance, were enjoyed. Dance and singing performances entertained everyone. The highlight of the event was the anonymous love confession messages read aloud in the audience. Red and black dress code was mandatory for the participants. The event concluded with a cake-cutting ceremony and a DJ party. Paras Narang and Harshita Ahuja were declared as Mr and Ms Valentine, respectively.

Free eye check-up camp

The NSS unit of the Khalsa College for Women, Civil Lines, in collaboration with the Vision Shankara Super Specialty Eye Hospital, organised a free eye check-up camp on the college premises. As many as 350 students, members of teaching and non-teaching staff got their eyes tested. A team of doctors and ophthalmologist gave free consultation. Programme officers, NSS volunteers and a team of doctors motivated the students to donate eyes. College Principal Mukti Gill thanked the team of doctors and staff and appreciated the efforts put in by the NSS volunteers.

Placement drive

Partap College of Education organised a placement drive, in collaboration with the TCY (Top Careers for You). Sanjeev Thapar, DGM Academics and Operations, acquainted the pupil teachers with the working of the institute. He inspired the students to join the institute to hone their mathematical and pedagogical skills. He said the institute provided coaching not only to Indian, but also foreign students. Atul Kumar, Academic Manager of the institute, said tutoring in the institute completely changed his perception about teaching. tns


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