Amritsar: The Parkash Purb of the fifth Sikh Master, Guru Arjan Dev, was celebrated by organizing prayers and religious programs by the Khalsa College Board of Trustees at Gurdwara Sahib located at Khalsa College. Khalsa College of Nursing students performed a kirtan for the sangat. Dr. Inderjit Singh Gogoani, Sikh Historian and Principal of Khalsa College Senior Secondary School, shared the life and historical significance of Guru Arjan Dev’s philosophy and urged them to follow the master’s teachings. A special program dedicated to the birth anniversary of Guru Arjan Dev was also held at Sri Guru Harkrishan Public School, GT Road, under the leadership of Chief Khalsa Diwan.
Organized arm wrestling competition
An interdepartmental arm wrestling competition (boys/girls) was organized under the Fit India program (Government of India) by Guru Nanak Dev University Campus Sports. Dr. Amandeep Singh, Head Teacher, GNDU Campus Sports & Nodal Officer – GNDU Fit India program, Govt. of India said that 70 boys and 22 girls, students from various departments participated in this contest. Professor Anish Dua presented trophies to the winning teams. In the Boys category (78 Kg) – 1st – Daya Singh from the Guru Ramdass School of Planning; 2nd – Viney Partap of the School of Social Sciences; 3rd – Tanvir Singh of Electronic Technology. In the 70 – 78 Kg category: 1st – Vishal Aggarwal of the CET; 2nd – Hotel Management Manpreet Singh; 3rd – Aniket Sharma of UBS. In the 62 – 70 Kg category: 1st – Awish of the Computer Department; 2nd – Nichol Thomas of the Department of Sports Science and Medicine at MYAS; 3rd – Kanwalpal Singh from the School of Social Sciences. Category up to 62 kg; 1st – Akhil Grover of the legal department; 2nd – Dennis Jose of the MYAS Department of Sports Science and Medicine; 3rd – Rahul Dutyal from the Department of Architecture. In the girls’ segment, category above 60 kg: 1st – Divya of the School of Social Sciences; 2nd – Harshita from the Department of Architecture; 3rd – Radhika of Pharmaceutical Sciences. In the 50 – 60 Kg category, 1st – Ayushi from the Department of Architecture; 2nd – Arshdeep from the Department of Electronics 3rd -Kiriti from the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences. In the category up to 50 kg: 1st – Drishti Kapoor of the CET; 2nd – Khushi Kapoor of Electronic Technology and 3rd – Poonam, Pharmaceutical Sciences.
Organized makeup workshop
The Department of Lifelong Learning at Guru Nanak Dev University organized a workshop on “Party Makeup” in collaboration with Lakme Academy, Ranjit Avenue Amritsar. Professor (Dr. Saroj Bala, head of the department welcomed the make-artists and informed the students about the various job opportunities in the field of cosmetology and advised the students to develop perfection in skills by making a maximum of The professionals of the academy demonstrated the different stages of make-up and gave detailed information to the students on the different brands of products used. They made the students aware of the products to use according to the different seasons. They also taught hands-on training for students on how to use the different gadgets for the best result.
Students take part in the science competition
The students, staff and management of the Millennium School in Amritsar organized a series of events on National Science Day for students in grades IV to X. This event was supported and catalyzed by the Council of Punjab State for Science and Technology, National Science and Technology Communication Council, Department of Science and Technology, Government of India. The event began by explaining the fundamental purpose of observing National Science Day, which is to spread the message of the importance of science and its application and to commemorate the discovery of science. Raman Effect by Dr CV Raman. The students took part in various competitions. Principal Shailja Tandon congratulated the students for their participation and applauded the school’s science department for a successful two-day celebration of the event.
Earth Day celebrated
A special assembly was held at DAV Public School, Lawrence Road, Amritsar on the occasion of Earth Day. The students emphasized the importance of saving the environment and pointed out how the reckless activities of humans have brought the earth to the brink of destruction. They also presented a short role-play highlighting the need to turn our attention to safeguarding the environment and raising awareness of the threats to its well-being. Regional Officer Punjab Zone Neelam Kamra also inspired students to be green heroes and follow the three Rs of reduce, reuse and recycle. The teacher in charge, Balwinder Singh, congratulated the students on their brilliant performance and implored them to pledge to make the earth a healthier, happier and greener planet for generations to come.
Sri Guru Harkrishan International School
Sri Guru Harkrishan International School, D-Block, Ranjit Avenue, Amritsar has taken the initiative to enlighten students and future generations to help and save our earth by celebrating Earth Day at the assembly in the morning. To achieve this goal, different activities in the form of Shabad, Poems and Dramas have been carried out in the school by the Music Department and the Sahibzada Zorawar Singh House. Principal Ripu Daman Kaur Malhotra appreciated the efforts of the students and teachers and congratulated them all on this occasion. She informed the students that it is the duty of every citizen to grow more and more trees so that future generations will not encounter any difficulties in the future. Sri Guru Harkrishan Public School, Golden Avenue also celebrated Earth Day.