Handwriting Skills Workshop: The Tribune India


Jalandhar: Doaba College’s Personality Development Center, Jalandhar, held a two-day workshop on “Handwriting and Soft Skills” for its 70 students. Director Dr Pardeep Bhandari said soft skills and handwriting are basic requirements for success in any competition as they showcase an individual’s personality. Professor Sandeep Chahal, Coordinator of the Center for Personality Development, taught oral and written communication skills, officer qualities, leadership skills, time management, conflict resolution, reliability and skills motivating. Professor Parveen Kumari taught the left side, the right side, the right tilts of handwriting and the shape of alphabets and how these play a role in determining a particular personality type. Professor Neha Gupta discussed teamwork, flexibility, problem-solving techniques and stress management through yoga.

Cooking competition organized

Kanya Maha Vidyalaya students participated in a cooking competition organized by Pushpa Gujral Science City, Kapurthala. During the competition, the students of BVoc. (Nutrition, Exercise and Health) named Arshdeep and Akshita with their very creative presentation got the second position and were also awarded with cash amount of Rs 3,000. Head teacher Dr Atima Sharma Dwivedi congratulated the students. She praised the efforts of Dr Gopi Sharma, Director of the Skill Development Center, and all faculty members at BVoc (Nutrition, Exercise & Health) for giving proper advice to the students.

Kartar Singh Sarabha remembers

Paying tribute to iconic freedom fighter Kartar Singh Sarabha on his 106th martyrdom day, the History Association of PCM SD College for Women held a paper reading competition, contributing to the series of events. of a year to mark Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav. The subject of the competition was “Punjabi Sikh Revolutionary Kartar Singh Sarabha”. In this competition, students from different fields enthusiastically participated. The judges of the competition were Ujla Dada Joshi, head of the English department and Dr Neelam Gupta, head of the Sanskrit department. Manisha of BA Semester III took first place, Umang of BA Semester V won second prize and Simran of BA Semester III took third position.

Moot competition

The CT Institute of Law organized a moot court competition under the Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav, as part of the Pan-Indian Awareness and Awareness Program. A total of nine teams participated, including three participants (two reviewers and one researcher). Attorney Sandeep Singh Sangha, Secretary of the District Bar Association, Attorneys Ravneet Singh and Jagmohan Singh Gill attended the inaugural ceremony as guests and lead judges. Ashmeen, Vishali and Deepak from BCom, LLB. The 9th semester remained the winners, while Muntaha, Neha and Manpreet of BA, LLB. & B.Com, LL.B. semester 9th were the first finalists and Jasmine, Arshdeep and Vivek from BA, LLB & B.Com, LL.B. semester 9th were declared 2nd finalists. Attorney Sangha said it is a privilege to be part of the various outreach and awareness programs conducted by the Punjab State Legal Services Authority.

Tribute to Lala Lajpat Rai

Under the direction of the school leadership and principal Neeru Nayyar, the whole fraternity of the Shiv Jyoti public school paid a rich tribute to Punjab Kesari Lala Lajpat Rai ji on the day of his martyrdom. A special morning assembly was held and class VIII students delivered the speech on his contribution to the nation’s freedom struggle. A presentation in the form of a PPT prepared by the pupils of class VIII. Taniya, Haritika and Jiya Jasmine from class VII were introduced to students in grades 1 to 12. The activity was carried out under the supervision of Kirti House household master Nirmal Singh and associate teachers Neelam Sharma and Simmi Grover. On this day, all staff and students contributed to the Gulab Devi Hospital charity as a sign of respect for the great martyr.

Photography seminar

The PG Department of Computer Science and Computing at Lyallpur Khalsa College organized a photography seminar in which over 98 students attended and were introduced to the latest techniques and aspects of photography and production. The children were addressed by Suraj Dogra, an expert in photography and cinematography, and Vishal Sabharwal, production manager. In this function, the principal, Dr Gurpinder Singh Samra, told the students that photography is an important need of our time and that students should learn this type of technique. The head of the computer science and informatics department, Dr Manohar Singh, said that students should participate in such sessions which improve their knowledge.

Storytelling workshop

The PG Department of Mass Communication and Video Production of Hans Raj Mahila Maha Vidyalaya organized a one-day workshop on “storytelling” on the occasion of Radio Awaaz’s third anniversary under the direction of Principal Professor Dr Ajay Sareen. Renowned media personality, Gurvinder Singh was the workshop’s resource person. Head teacher Ajay Sareen welcomed him and congratulated the department on Radio Awaaz’s third anniversary. During the workshop, Gurvinder Singh said radio has played a big role in popularizing the art of storytelling. He added that being an intimate medium has always been able to connect with listeners. Good stories have the power to transform our perception of the world. He made this workshop even more alive by presenting some of the stories live. He also insisted on voice modulation and sound effects. TNS


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