Roopashi voted best speaker: The Tribune India


Tribune press service

Chandigarh: A declamation contest was held at KBDAV Upper Secondary Public School, Sector 7, here. It was held among upper secondary school students on the themes “Booming Population – A Cause for Concern” and “Malala’s Concern for Girls’ Right to Education”. Students from classes XI and XII participated in the competition and presented their views. Roopashi was voted best speaker of the day, while Udit Soni was declared second best speaker. Shiven Sharma, appreciated for his opinions, was voted third best speaker. TNS

Students excel in final exams

Mohali: The students of Aryans Institute of Nursing excelled in the final examinations conducted by the Punjab Nursing Registration Council (PNRC), Mohali. In General Nursing and Midwifery (second year), Amanpreet Kaur from Punjab clinched first position scoring 73.85% marks, Amrtipal Singh from Haryana clinched second position scoring 71% marks and Rahul s’ is ranked third with 65.28% points. . TNS

Planting drive

Chandigarh: On the occasion of Vanmahotsava, 30 students from Gurukul Global School, Chandigarh participated in a planting campaign. Punjab Governor and UT Administrator Banwarilal Purohit inaugurated ‘Amrit Van’ in which students planted saplings as part of ‘Van Vibhaag, Aapke Dwaar’ planting campaign. A campaign has also been launched to save the trees and keep the vegetation cover intact. TNS

Organized blood donation camp

Chandigarh: Bhavans Old Student’s Society (BOSS) held their annual Blood Donation Camp in association with the Hawkers, Sector 35, here. This was the team’s 29th blood donation camp. A team of PGI doctors coordinated the camp. Senior Principal Vineeta Arora, New Chandigarh Branch Principal Inderpreet Kaur, Primary School Principal Soma Mukhopadhyay, Deputy Principal Suparna Bansal and other teachers supported the event. TNS

15 RBU students get internships

Mohali: Hexaware, a global leader and fast-growing company, has selected 15 applicants from Rayat Bahra University on an annual fee of Rs 4 lakh. Among them, two students were selected on an annual fee of Rs 6 lakh. Hexaware Technologies Limited, one of the world’s leading IT service providers, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Rayat Bahra University for student training and exchange program. Disclosure here on Thursday, Gurvinder Singh Bahra, Chancellor of Rayat Bahra University and President of the Rayat Bahra Group of Institutions, said the MoU will benefit students at the university. Students would be trained according to industry needs.

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