The new session of B.Ed. Started on Tuesday at Government College of Education (GCE),with Principal Harsh Batra welcoming the students. Batra acquainted students with the high academic standards in the institution and wished them success for the ensuing session. During the 4-day orientation,students will be informed about the time table,placement cell,crafts,library services,co-curricular activities,NSS and Red Ribbon Club. They will also be informed about services of Psychology unit and Guidance Lab.
Green Day at DAV Public School
CHANDIGARH: DAV Public School in Sector 39 organised a tree-planting activity for the kindergarten students. Parents also participated by contributing saplings. About 85 saplings of various species of plants were planted in the campus. Art and craft and rhyme singing activities were also organised to motivate and educate students about the importance of planting trees and making the environment green.
Dev Samaj Professor gets Rs 15-lakh fellowship
CHANDIGARH: Sakshi Gautam,Assistant Professor in Physics at Dev Samaj College for Women in Sector 45,has been awarded SERC Fast Track Fellowship for young scientists in physical sciences by the department of Science and Technology under the Government of India. The Rs 15 lakh fellowship is for a project titled as Thermalisation,multifragmentation and associated phenomena in heavy-ion collisions in the field of Nuclear physics.
Medical camp organised at DAV-8
CHANDIGARH: DAV Senior Secondary School,Sector 8,organised a 3-day medical camp on August 5,6 and 7. A team of doctors from the Sector 19 dispensary examined about 1800 students. The purpose of the camp was to assess the physical health of the students assessed in terms of height,weight and general fitness.
World Peace Day celebrated at KV
CHANDIGARH: Kendriya Vidyalaya,Sector 31 celebrated World Peace Day,on Tuesday,under the guidance of Social Science Faculty. A picture post card-making competition was held for classes VI-VIII with students being told about the harmful effects of nuclear bombs citing examples of Nagasaki and Hiroshima.