Vinod Kumar Sharma, principal of Government Model High School, Sector 34, expresses ignorance of the national repository.
Lacking facilities vs fully equipped in Chandigarh
‘It’s a shame. Just because PM is coming, schools are closed’
Members of ‘Viral Claps’, a city-based group which claps surrounding the person who litters to embarrass him/her, were present during the rally.
Since the first summative assessment (SA) exams are going on in all the schools, these will have to be rescheduled.
The councillors said that the issue of hiring 117 gardeners for the respective wards was deferred whenever it was raised at the House meet.
The orders were passed by former DPI (Schools) and Director Higher Education Kamlesh Kumar Bhadoo.
UT Adviser Vijay Kumar Dev launched the light and sound show in commemoration of 50th death anniversary of Le Corbusier.
The NSUI’s reign on Panjab University has ended with this year’s verdict.
The results in most colleges were announced by 2.30 pm. As soon as the results were announced, celebrations broke out.
Three times gold medalist in athletics, College-Colour holder and a topper in academics, Sombir, a final-year BA student is a new entrant into politics.
As many as three cartoons were posted by the SOI supporters a day before the polling.
Some of the student organisations say that this is just a medium to scale up the number of votes at the last moment.
Ballot papers have been prepared, security has been beefed up and after the last-minute campaigning, the fate of candidates in 11 colleges will be decided on Wednesday.
A cartoon on the party’s Facebook page Monday depicted the presidential candidate of NSUI to have won the election race.
Poonam Adhikari, presidential candidate from Dev Samaj College, Sector 45, said campaigning was done without any hooting or screaming on the campus.
The parties have a challenge at hand: to hold back hostellers who may skip the elections and leave for their respective homes in view of Raksha Bandhan, which is three days after the election.
At SD College leaders have been talking about the ill-maintained ground on the campus and the students who do not get to study in private colleges due to their financial condition.
Bansal, who is former MP from Chandigarh, says that during his student days, there was no political party on the campus and later only two parties, including NSUI, had emerged.
Majority of principals of colleges across the city term the elections a waste of time and say that polls should be banned as these affect studies for around two months.
At DAV College, Sector 10, SOPU has announced its alliance with ABVP and National Students’ Union of India (NSUI), and has also declared their panel.
“When our party members visited the hostels today,the students complained to them about the quality of food offered there,” he said.
Out of the 18 student organisations on the PU campus contesting for the elections, SOPU is the only party which hasn’t found anybody to take charge of it.
Though there are many student parties like ABVP, NSUI, PUSU, HSA, SOI, HPSU and SOPU in PGGC 11, the tough competition is between SOI and SOPU.