Student brings laurels to taekwondo: The Tribune India

Karnal: Arzoo, a B Sc (second year non-medical) student from Dyal Singh College, Karnal, brought laurels to the institution by winning a silver medal at the KUK Inter-College Taekwondo Championship recently held at the university campus . She has also been selected in the All-India Inter University Taekwondo camp to be held at Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra. The college principal, Dr. Ashima Gakhar, and the college sports officers, Dr. SP Bhatti and Dr. Amit, welcomed her.

Extension conference organized

Yamunanagar: To mark the Golden Jubilee of Postgraduate Departments, the Department of Economics at Mukand Lal National College, Yamunanagar organized an extension conference with the theme “Skill Requirements for a New Era Economy”. Dr. Kiran Bharti, Head of Department of Economics, said Dr. Ashok Chauhan, Chairman of Department of Economics, University of Kurukshetra, Kurukshetra, was the lecturer for the program. Dr. Pawan Gaba and Prof. Dalbir Singh, co-organizers of the programme, thanked Dr. Chauhan for sharing his personal experiences. Dr. Rahul Khanna, official director of the college, appreciated the efforts of the economic department for the successful organization of this extension conference.

“Job Opportunities in Hindi”

Bhiwani: A complementary conference on “Hindi Employment Opportunities” was organized under the auspices of the Hindi Department at Adarsh ​​Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Bhiwani. Prof. Baburam, Head of Department of Hindi at CBL University, Bhiwani, highlighted job opportunities for Hindi language students. He said there was a need for editors, sub-editors, correspondents, reporters, radio jockeys, anchors, etc. in Hindi media. The demand for screenwriters, dialogue writers, etc. increased for radio, television and cinema.

Health Checkup Camp for Kids

Kurukshetra: On the fourth day of the seven-day NSS camp at the DAV Public School in Kurukshetra, the students were sent to the adoptive village of Jhinwarheri. The principal, Geetika Jasuja, briefed the students before they boarded their buses. The volunteer students were accompanied by Dr. Shishir Gupta who is a pediatrician. A health check of about 72 children in the village was carried out and the children were made aware of the deficiencies they had. Student volunteers from the Dayanand and Shardhanand group organized a cleanliness campaign in the village and sensitized people about the importance of cleanliness around them. The Rajguru group distributed masks and sanitizers in the middle school.

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