Tribute paid to Kargil war heroes in HMV College Jalandhar
Eklavya School observed Kargil Vijay Diwas. It was explained to the students that on 26 July 1999 India successfully took command of the high outposts which had been lost to Pakistani intruders. Kargil Vijay Diwas is celebrated on July 26 every year in honour of the Kargil war heroes. Various activities were done in the school. The speech was given by the educator in the online Google Meet assembly. The students made flags. Students of Vth class sang a patriotic song Ae mere vatan ke logo. In primary classes, teachers explained that the Kargil war was fought for more than 60 days which ended on July 26 and resulted in the loss of lives on both sides. Senior school paid their homage by drawing beautiful posters and drawings. Some of them made digital cards too.It is a proud moment for CT Group of Institutions as its seven students namely Ashmeen Kaur Navdeep Randhawa, Devyansh Narula, Pooja Behl, Navneet Kaur, Sanjana, Nimish Kumar of different courses such as law, management and multimedia have been selected as interns by the district administration. The role and responsibilities of the law students are to support the disposal of MSME cases in the district along with the officers handling zimini orders purusing cases summoning to respondents and other collective works. The students from multimedia stream will be working on design of banners flex and other content. And moreover they will be able to work on graphic designing, poster and certificate designing. Management students will support the day to day operations under the officer and they will be working in different capacities. On the fourth day four sessions were conducted by Dr Nimratdeep Kaur Dr Palwinder Randhawa, Monika Dr Priyanka,and Dr Neeti. On the fifth day four sessions were conducted by Dr Sudhamini, Dr Nimratdeep and Dr Neeti . Apeejay College of Fine Arts students brought glory by securing the first five positions in a row in Guru Nanak Dev University examination of BFA Sem III. Tarranum bagged the first position in the university with 572/600. Ria Mago secured second position with 571/600.Under Mission Tandrust Punjab Campaign, Red Ribbon Club of MGN College of Education, Jalandhar, organised a Covid vaccination camp in the college premises. During this camp100 doses of Covaxin were given to the students of the college as well as to the members of community. The college authorities also facilitated refreshment for all the vaccinated people. A team of four doctors along with medical staff from Civil Hospital, Jalandhar conducted the camp. Apeejay students of MA English Sem 1 and Sem III outperformed in GNDU examination. Himani Jain of MA Sem 1 stood 1st in Jalandhar and 6th in the University with 242/400. Anmol of MA secured 2nd position in Jalandhar and 11th position in the university with 252/400.Principal Dr Neerja Dhingra congratulated the position holders, encouraged and wished them to work hard in future to maintain their position.