Story telling

Online Storytelling Contest: The Tribune India

Tribune press service

Jalandhar: The Institutional Innovation Council (IIC) of the Apeejay Institute, in collaboration with the Tape A Tale community, organized a “National Level Online Storytelling Competition” for MBA, MCA students , BBA, B.Com (H), BCA, BTech in search of India’s next best storyteller. The goal of this competition was to provide students with a platform where they can share, feel and connect with people from all walks of life. More than 30 students participated in the competition. Seven students have been shortlisted for the first phase. The names of the shortlisted students are- Pallavi de (MBA I), Akanksha Tyagi (B.Tech III), Aadeesh (MBA I), Harleen (B.Com VI), Shweta (MBA I), Shahida (BBA III) and Jasmilan (BCA III). The judges for the event were Steller of the Year-2021 Mumbai winner Rachna Tyagi and Deepanshi Rao, Manager, Tape A Tale Community. All the students told their stories with great passion and really enjoyed the event. Some students shared incidents from their own life experiences. Akanksha Tyagi of B.Tech (CSE) Sem III was selected as the Best Steller and was selected for Phase II of the competition.

Book reading activities carried out

To ignite reading habits and reiterate the power of the pen and the print world among students, Ivy World School, under the aegis of the Vasal Educational Society, conducted various book reading activities. The pandemic could not hamper the creativity and imagination of the students as e-books were provided to them throughout the session. Books have proven to be their best friend in this time of crisis. The enthusiasm and fervor of the students could be seen through their active participation in various library activities such as World Book Day, Reading Month, National Library Week, 100 Days of Reading Campaign, etc read, highlighting characters and events that they particularly enjoyed. Our best library users are Ishleen Kaur (6th Neptune), Avni Aggarwal (6th Jupiter), Ananya Chopra (7th Rhine), Harmehar Kaur (8th Archimedes), Harshveer Singh (8th Aryabhatta), Gurveer Singh (Aryabhatta) and Lovepreet Singh (Aryabhatta).

Intel Assessment Workshop

Kanya Maha Vidyalaya conducted a two-day training workshop on intelligence assessment techniques. The workshop was organized by the Department of Psychology at PG. On this occasion, eminent speakers, Dr. Dwarka Pershad, Dr. Tarlochan Singh and Tanya Sharma graced the occasion. The speakers discussed the needs of intelligence testing, how intelligence testing can be useful in measuring and evaluating an individual’s mental abilities and is also useful in predicting their school performance behavior or at work or in any type of specific activity. They also discussed the different types of intelligence tests and how these tests are used in various situations, for educational institutions for the selection of suitable candidates for educational and professional activities, as well as for the selection of trainees for any professional program and for enrichment planning. gifted education and special children remedial and identification program. In addition to this, they also discussed the procedure of child development history and assessment of coping skills.

Mock session of Parliament organized

An Immersive Parliamentary Session Simulation of In-Chamber Bill Passage on “Social Media Platform Regulation (Limiting Hours of Use) Bill 2022” was hosted at Mayor World School . Students in Years VI to X adopted parliamentary procedures and demonstrated how members of parliament discuss issues, propose and pass bills by voting, and other functional aspects. The aim of the youth parliament was to strengthen the roots of democracy, inculcate healthy habits of discipline, educate young people about the workings of parliament: its key roles and responsibilities, while developing students’ speaking skills. The session was chaired by two chairpersons and nearly 30 ardent students participated in the discussion. Mishti Malhotra of grade VIII received the certificate of best speaker. Grade VI GauranshTiwari was honored with the High Commendation certificate. Grade VI Aarav Gupta and Arham Jain were commended for Special Mention while Grade VI Vanshika Dilawari and Jasmine Kaur were recognized for Verbal Commendation.

The student takes the CA exam

Kritika Rishi, a student from Mandi Road branch of St. Soldier Group of Institutions has passed the CA exam in the first attempt conducted by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI). While congratulating the student, Vice President Sangeeta Chopra said that the student, Kritika Rishi passed the exam for the very first time earning 217 points in Group 1 and 229 in Group 2. information, Sarabjit Kaur Mann, Director of Mandi Road Branch, said so far, seven students from Mandi Road Branch have become CAs. The student’s father, Ashwani Kumar Rishi, mother Dimple Rishi said she was proud of her daughter and grateful to St. Soldier for always helping their daughter to move forward.

Guru Ravidas Jayanti celebrated

Eklavya School, Jalandhar celebrated Guru Ravidas Jayanti. Educator Rajwinder explained to the students the importance of this day. Seema Handa, director, said Guru Ravidas was a progressive philosopher who expanded messages of equality through his poetry and lessons on religiosity. The teaching of Guru Ravidas is built in hymns and these 40 shabads are part of Guru Granth Sahib. Class IX Jasleen gave a speech on Ravidas jayanti. College students designed beautiful posters on the occasion of Ravidas Jayanti. Komal Arora, the principal said, “Guru Ravidas Jayanti is marked to say more about equality, unity and religious freedom. He was the spirit of the people as a messiah to develop social and religious demands.

Parent worship day celebrated

State Public School, Jalandhar Cantt celebrated Parents Worship Day with kindergarten students. Parents play an important role in the mental, physical, social, financial and professional development of a child. The mentors told them about the role of parents who are angels in their lives and how they are role models for them. These toddlers understood very well the importance of parents in their lives and shared the precious photos of them with their parents with respect and love. President Dr. Narotam Singh and Principal Savina Bahl wished everyone a Happy Parents Day and gave the precious suggestion to respect and obey their parents with all their hearts.