Online Radio Channel in Kanya Maha Vidyalaya: The Tribune India
Jalandhar: Kanya Maha Vidyalaya’s online radio station Voice of Women (VOW) has started to broadcast quality content by addressing various social issues. Head teacher Atima Sharma Dwivedi praised the students who have played a pivotal role in dealing with various youth issues through the very popular online media. She said that online media are the best way to connect with young people who are very enthusiastic about this medium. She further argued that Radio VOW has actively and relevantly addressed various social, economic and cultural topics and argued that VOW, which stands for women’s voice, has given a lot of space to women’s issues. She further argued that the best thing about VOW Radio is that the students prepare the content themselves and the students themselves are the RJs. The programs broadcast on Radio VOW are Do You Know, Health Tips, InseMiliye, YuvaMann, Khabrein DeshVidesh and Women Empowerment.
Inspire Manak Award
The project carried out by the students of Innocent Hearts was selected for the ‘Inspire Manak Awards’ offered by the Department of Science and Technology. These students received Rs10,000 to give shape to their models. Selected students from Innocent Hearts, Green Model Town are: Divyansh Sharma, Anish Sikka, Jayesh Pandit, Hardik Chadha and Swar Sethi, Muskan Kohli from Loharan campus. Divyansh has carried out a digital project to produce electricity by air. Hardik has created a pre-recorded hand sense detector project. Jayesh Pandit has created an intelligent traffic control system. Anish Sikka designed a wheelchair. Swar Sethi created the breathalyzer and Muskan Kohli created the accident prevention device. Rajeev Paliwal, director of Green Model Town, and Shallu Sehgal, director of the Loharan campus, congratulated the science department and selected the students and wished them good luck for the next level.
Virtual conference on consumer behavior
The Management Department of Lyallpur Khalsa College, Technical Campus, organized a virtual expert conference on âA Global Perspective on Research, Ethics and Consumer Behaviorâ. The contact was Dr Manish Bhatia, Langara College, Vancouver. He developed three main themes in the field of marketing. First, he mentioned the concept of business marketing research. He explained that marketing research is the integral and most important part at all stages of a business. Second, he discussed the ethics of marketing and sustainability. He explained the importance of truth and transparency in a business. Third, he discussed the concept of consumer behavior. He focused on the importance of understanding the needs, wants and demands of customers in the market. He also explained the value of companies’ empathetic behavior towards customer demands. The event was coordinated by Professor Anterpreet Kaur Talwar.
Offline pre-boarding exams
Jalandhar: Continuing the academic preparations for the board exams, Sanskriti KMV School held its first offline pre-board exam for Classes X and XII on its campus. The day began with prayers. The school had taken all necessary precautions for the safety of all arriving students and staff. Health hubs and door-to-exam social distancing were the most common concerns. Taking offline exams is in favor of students to help them select and review by the school their actual preparations for the board exams scheduled by the CBSE in advance. Rachna Monga, principal, in her post appreciated the 100 percent participation and thanked the parents for their faith and support for the school’s policies aimed at achieving the best counseling outcomes, even during controlled situations.
Techfest at the College of Fine Arts of Apeejay
The Computer Forum at the Computer Science Department of the College of Fine Arts in Apeejay hosted Techfest, an interschool competition. Various competitions were held like business idea presentation, image captioning, photography, poster presentation, solo dance, gustakhi maaf, web design, declamation, recitation of poetry, etc. Over 200 students from 22 schools in Jalandhar and the surrounding area participated in this festival. TNS