Jalandhar: Cake mixing ceremony at CT institute : The Tribune India

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Jalandhar – The CT Institute of Hospitality Management hosted a cake-making ceremony to commemorate the pre-Christmas celebrations at the Shahpur campus. The students together with the teachers prepared a mix for the Christmas cakes in which almonds, cashews, walnuts, candied ginger, prunes, raisins, fruity tutti and glazed cherries were mixed and soaked in wine, brandy and rum for a fortnight. Then with this mixture cakes are prepared, especially Christmas plum cakes to celebrate the birth of the Lord Jesus Christ. The students were in a joyful mood to celebrate this festival of joy and joy. The decoration and atmosphere was also related to the Christmas theme. Divoy Chhabra, Principal, informed the students about the importance of this mixing and cake ceremony in this festive season.

‘Punjabi Mah’ held at Hans Raj

Hans Raj Mahila Maha Vidyalaya celebrated ‘Punjabi Mah 2022’ in association with Bhasha Vibhag by hosting a ‘Kavi Darbar’. Raman Arora, MLA, Jalandhar Central, was the main guest. The director, Dr. Ajay Sareen, mentioned the institution’s pioneering initiatives, such as offering a free Master’s degree in Punjabi and installing Punjabi signage on campus. He commented that Punjabi poets not only give voice to their expressions but also serve to provide the right direction to the youth of the land who are currently immersed in drugs, violence, stress and delusional ideas. Sukhdev and Manoj Phagiarvi also recited their poems and added to the charm of the event. Noted journalist Jatinder Pannu said that languages ​​serve to link the world into one unit and they learn and adapt from each other. Bhasha Vibhag Punjab honored director Dr. Ajay Sareen with a Phulkari and a certificate for his contribution to the Punjabi language. An exhibition of books and folk art was also organized for the students.

Day of martyrdom at the DIPS School

DIPS School students celebrated Guru Teg Bahadur’s Martyrdom Day. On this occasion, various activities were organized in the school facilities. The students recited shabad kirtan and were informed of the Guru’s teachings. The children made pictures of the Guru and wrote down his teachings. The children of the senior class informed their juniors and classmates about the life of the Guru. The teachers told the children that Guru sacrificed his life for the protection of Kashmiri Hindus, so it is called Hind ki Chadar. He inspired the students to protect the country, community and religion by following the Guru’s teachings.

Interscholastic contest at GNA University

Prativad, an inter-school contest, was organized at GNA University. Prativad got the response from various schools across Punjab who participated in multiple competitions like Robotronz, Design C Pedia, Auto Brainix, Paper Plane Design, Spell Bee, Blogpost, Business Quiz, Voice of Doaba, Badminton, Healthcare Collective, Play with spreadsheets, LAN Gaming Contest, Dance Star of Doaba, Photography and Young Budding Chef. Gurdeep Singh Sihra, Pro-Chancellor of GNA University, was the main guest.

MR Citi organizes annual Sports Day

Balachaur’s educational institution, MR Citi Public Senior Secondary School, held its annual sports day. Balachaur SDM Vikramjit Singh presided over the function. School President Ram Das Bhumbla, Principal Ritu Batra, and Principal MR International School Panam Mansi Tyagi welcomed Chief Guest Vikramjit Singh. Students from Nursery to 5th grade participated in the event. On the first day, Nursery students took part in the 25 meter dash and frog run, LKG students in the simple run and balloon race, UKG students in the steeplechase and 30 meter dash. On the second day of the event, students in grades 1-5 participated in 50-meter, 80-meter, lemon and spoon races, twin race (girls), tunnel race (boys), and aerobics.

Lyallpur student gets placement

A student from the School of Management, Lyallpur Khalsa College Technical Campus, Kamal Mahey, was recruited with Intellipat Technologies Pvt Ltd with a salary package of Rs 9 lakh per year. Kamal has been selected in the company lists. Sukhbir Singh Chatha (Director of Academic Affairs) congratulated the student and his parents on this achievement. Dr. SK Sood (Director, LKCTC) congratulated the student on his achievement.

Awards ceremony in state public

The State Public School, Jalandhar Cantt, organized the Annual Prize Distribution Program with the theme Vijayi Bhava. The students exhibited performances and won the hearts of the audience. Dr. Harneet Kaur Grover, Consultant Gynecologist, was the main guest. She was received by the Chairman of the State Public Schools Group, Dr. Narotam Singh, Vice President, Dr. Gagandeep Kaur, and Principal Savina Bahl. The performance about child labor and how to overcome this evil was also represented through a dance form. The Bhangra dance show was the stealer of the show. Prizes were awarded to all the brilliant minds in classes 1 to 12.

Needy students get scholarships

More than 40 students in need of Mehr Chand Polytechnic received a scholarship of half the tuition for the current semester so that they can focus on studies freely and complete their diploma without stress or anxiety. Principal Jagroop Singh said that the scholarship amount of around Rs 2.5 lakh had been provided by alumni and their associations including Pushpa Rani Chopra Memorial Scholarship, Harmony 91 Scholarship, Harmony 86 Scholarship, BK Education for all – Umesh Kalia Scholarship, Sukh Shanti Scholarship and Prof Kanwaljit Dhudike Scholarship.

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