Seminar on entrepreneurship held: The Tribune India
Amritsar: Khalsa College for Women, in collaboration with the Ministry of MSMEs, MSME-DFO, Government of India, organized an entrepreneurship awareness program on self-employment opportunities. Kundan Lal, Deputy Director, MSME Ludhiana, encouraged students to become job providers rather than job seekers. Resource person Rohit Mohindru spoke with students from various government programs such as PMEGP and KVIC. Resource person Umesh Jaitely explained various education loan schemes to students.
Dairy Training Course for Una Farmers
The Khalsa College of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (KCVAS) organized a dairy training course for dairy farmers in collaboration with the Center of Excellence for Dairy Skills India (CEDSI). Lectures on various topics relevant to dairy farming were given, including dairy farm management, balanced feeding and ration preparation, common diseases of dairy animals and their prevention, reproductive disorders, etc. The trainees were exposed to animals of different dairy breeds, their husbandry methods and the method of recording basic body parameters (temperature, pulse, etc.) for early diagnosis in sick animals. CEDSI and KCVAS signed a Memorandum of Understanding to undertake such training and skills related activities for farmers. This is the first training session organized after the signing of the memorandum of understanding. No less than 20 trainees, including six women farmers, from the Una district of Himachal Pradesh participated in the training.
Bhavan SL hosts PNB meet
Public School Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan SL organized a PNB meeting in which Hari Om (DGM-PNB), Bhupinder Singh (Headmaster) and other team officials were present. They highlighted the PNB project. The meeting began with the lighting of the lamps, after which President Avinash Mohindru expressed his gratitude by offering flowers to the officials. Hari Om donated Rs 75,000 and 100 bags for the students of PD Kumar Memorial Gyandeep School in Bhavan.
The Global Institute begins a new session
Global Group of Institutes organized the paath Sukhmani Sahib at its premises before the start of the 2022 academic session. After the recitation of the sacred path, an ardaas was made by the students, professors and others. They offered prayers for the success of the World Institute in the service of education. A langar was also organized after the path.
DAV students shine in GNDU exams
DAV College students brought laurels to the institution by achieving third position in the fourth semester in MA History. The college’s Mani Mahajan secured the third position by scoring 1,306 points out of 1,600. This was shared by Principal Dr. Rajesh Kumar who was happy with the success of the students. Congratulating the staff members and students of the department, he wished them all a bright future. Professor Shilpi Seth, head of the history department, attributed the students’ success to their hard work and that of the staff.