Basant Panchami celebrated: The Tribune India
Tarn Taran: Basant Panchami Online was celebrated at Guru Amar Dass Adarsh Institute, Goindwal Sahib on Saturday with great enthusiasm. The festival marks the preparation for the arrival of spring. Principal Jatinderpal Singh Randhawa, director of the institution, said the purpose of celebrating the festival is to connect students with Punjabi heritage and raise awareness about the changes that occur in nature in spring. On this occasion, poems, songs, speeches, etc. were presented by the students dressed in clothes with spring colors. Various craft activities took place during which students made colorful kites. Many students also prepared food with spring colors. Speaking on the occasion, Manisha Sood, director of the institution, congratulated all Basant Panchami and encouraged them to celebrate each festival together.
Voters invited to exercise their right to vote
Amritsar: Dr. Rajesh Kumar, Principal of DAV College, Amritsar has called on all voters in the district to vote. The cooperation of the inhabitants of the city is necessary for the formation of the government of their choice. His message was videotaped by the SVEEP team and the clipping was broadcast statewide via social media. With this, young people, old people and Divyangjan will be motivated to vote. Dr. Rajesh in his message said that all voters are nation builders. The state government is elected every five years by their votes. By voting for a better application in our opinion, we can expect a development of the city. All the inhabitants of the State participate directly in this electoral process. The Electoral Commission strives to make elections a regular, free and fair event. This requires the cooperation of all voters. In addition to ensuring voter safety, the administration is committed to holding elections in a free, fair and fearless environment.
Students get jobs
The students of the Tourism and Travel Management Bachelor Department of the Global Institute Group have been placed in various companies engaged in the management of airlines, restaurant chains, vacation management and other businesses. Particular care to hone students’ interpersonal skills to prepare them as professionals ready to meet the demands and demands of industry. During the recent placement campaign, the students of the BTTM department left their mark.
Organized academic sessions
Three academic sessions were held on Day 10 of the 16-day Assistant/Associate Physical Education Teacher Training Program. This program was organized by the Department of Physical Education, Guru Nanak Dev University in collaboration with the Department of Higher Education, Punjab. The morning fitness session started with a warm up followed by conditioning and resistance exercises on the stairs, circuit training and a yoga session. During the first academic session, Dr. Parminder Singh, Assistant Professor, Department of Physical Education, delivered his talk on the journey of physical education from ancient Olympic to modern Olympic. He educated participants on human resources and infrastructure and games in antiquity and modern times. The second academic session was managed by Dr. VP Lumba, (Retired Principal) Hindu College, Amritsar presented the communication skills to be an ideal teacher. He emphasized positivity in communication. He spoke of clear conversation and correct body language to leave an effective impression on the audience. During the third academic session, Dr. Rajkumar Sharma delivered his speech on The Physical Education Teacher: A Role Model for Students. He enriched the participants with his lifelong experience. oc/