Now, Pb Govt says no Anganwadi Centre will be closed, but teachers will teach kids in these Centres
26.11.17 - PT Bureau

Teachers reject proposal, say they will teach only in schools
Chandigarh, November 26: Minutes after the Punjab government announced on Sunday that Anganwari workers have called off their stir and "no Anganwadi Centre in the state would be closed” while introducing pre-primary classes in government primary ...

Sikh bodies seething with rage, DSGMC sets 72 hour deadline, Gov Body head says 'respect your mother'
20.11.17 - PT Delhi Bureau

A SHARP CONFRONTATION is building up between Sikh organisations and those behind the change of name of Delhi's Dyal Singh College to Vande Mataram Mahavidyalaya, with the Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee setting a 72-hour deadline for reversing the decision and the SGPC strongly criticising ...

CGC students shine at national level
16.11.17 - TEAM PT

Three engineering students from Chandigarh Group of Colleges (CGC) Landran have stood 1st in the northern region and 2nd at national level, in the seventh season of national level competition 'Techno Champ 2017' organised at Pune. The competition saw the participation of 1,800 teams comprising ...

Only vegetarians, non-alcoholic students to get gold medal in Pune varsity
11.11.17 - TEAM PT

THE CIRCULAR ISSUED by the Savitribai Phule Pune University has taken everyone by surprise. It states that the only students who are vegetarian and do not consume alcohol will be eligible for gold medals given by SPPU.
The Savitribai Phule Pune University (SPPU) in a circular, ...

NSUI wins 3 seats; PUSU gets 1
Panjab University Student Polls
07.09.17 - TEAM PT

The National Students Union of India(NSUI) student wing of the Congress party has won three posts of Panjab University's student polls.
NSUI has won three posts of polls, the results of which were declared on Thursday. Jashan Kamboj of the NSUI, who was elected as the ...

Indian-origin Eleven year old beats Einstein and Hawking in IQ test
30.06.17 - Arkadev Ghoshal

An Indian-origin boy in the United Kingdom has managed to score higher than Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking in an IQ test, making him one of the smartest people around. 
Arnav Sharma, who is just 11 years old, is already considered a prodigy because of a ...

Punjab-origin boy wins third position in Spelling Bee of Canada Championship
11.05.17 - team pt

Praneet Singh Arora of Khalsa School Newton, Surrey has secured the third position in the Spelling Bee of Canada Championship 2017 in the Intermediate category (12-14 years).

Around 170 students from different provinces participated in the Championship on May 7 in Toronto. There were around 50 ...

There is no Khalsa University anymore at Amritsar; Govt scraps Act
19.04.17 - team pt

THE PUNJAB government has decided to scrap the controversial Khalsa University Act 2016 to save the historic 125-year-old Khalsa College from losing its heritage status by falling prey to privatisation.
A decision to this effect was taken by the state cabinet at a meeting, chaired by ...

Scholarship for meritorious students’s admission in Govt Polytechnic & Engineering Colleges
17.04.17 - team pt

Punjab Technical Education & Industrial Training Minister Charanjit Singh Channi today announced to introduce bio-metric attendance system in the all the colleges and ITI’s of the Punjab Technical Education Department. While presiding over a first review meeting of the department here today, Technical Education Minster ...

Lohri celebrations at Guys & Dolls Preschool
11.01.17 - TEAM PT

Guys & Dolls Preschool celebrated Lohri with great zeal on 11th Jan 2017. Tiny tots stole hearts with their impressive traditional  dresses. Teachers explained Punjabi culture and told them the significance of Lohri. All school was beautifully decorated with kites. Gajak,reori,peanuts,bhuga was distributed among the ...

Education Minister Felicitates Teachers on eve of ‘Teachers Day’
05.09.16 - TEAM PT

The Education Minister, Punjab, Dr. Daljit Singh Cheema here today honoured 2 academicians with Lifetime Achievement Award, 34 teachers with State Award, 33 teachers/education Officers/employees with commendation letters.

The state level function to mark the ‘Teachers Day’ held today at CGC Landran was dedicated to the ...

In a first, 2 Teachers to get ‘Lifetime Achievement’ award: Dr. Cheema
31.08.16 - TEAM PT

The Education Department, Punjab, has adopted a novel approach towards honouring the teaching community. As a step in the direction of encouraging teachers to do even better, the department has decided to honour 2 teachers with the ‘Lifetime Achievement’ award this time. Under the initiative, ...

Expert Lecture held on
29.08.16 - TEAM PT

General Studies Circle and Faculty of Biological Sciences of M M Modi College, Patiala organized a unique talk titled "Birds of Punjab: A Photographic Ode” to make the students familiar with the birds and their habitats. Dr Swaraj Raj, Prof and Head, Deptt of English, ...

Result of ETT teachers declared; Stations to be allotted as per merit: Cheema
23.08.16 - team p t

The Education Department today declared the result pertaining to the recruitment of 4500 ETT teachers. This was disclosed by the Education Minister, Punjab, Dr. Daljit Singh Cheema.
Congratulating the selected candidates, Dr. Cheema said that the Education department had recruited more than 65000 teachers during past ...

Aligarh Muslim (Minus) University; Salt that lost saltiness
09.04.16 - A.J. Philip

On April 3 Prime Minister Narendra Modi presented a gold-plated replica of the Cheraman mosque at Kodungallur in Kerala to the King of Saudi Arabia, Salman bin Abdulaziz. It was, by any reckoning, far better a gift than the 2,000 kg of precious sandalwood he ...

Theatre and Journalism command immense credibility and impact - Manpal Tiwana
26.03.16 - Gurpreet Singh Mehak

Renowned theatre artist and director-producer Manpal Tiwana described theatre and journalism as most appropriate channels for bringing change in the society. He said that theatre and press media command immense credibility and impact because both mediums inform, educate and entertain the masses.

Interacting with students of ...

Students should not isolate themselves from events in world: Manmohan Singh
19.03.16 - pt team

Describing students as an "integral part of the societal fabric”, Congress leader and former prime minister Dr Manmohan Singh on Saturday asked the student community in the country "not to isolate themselves from the happenings” surrounding them.
"Students are an integral part of the societal fabric. ...

PAU Alumni, Professor H. Deep Saini is new Vice Chancellor of University of Canberra
09.03.16 - Emma Macdonald

Professor H. Deep Saini,Vice-President of the University of Toronto, has been appointed the next vice-chancellor of the University of Canberra. He will take up the position of this year on  September 1.
Professor Saini completed his undergraduate and masters degrees at the Punjab Agricultural University in ...

Fake Degrees to Copying, the Education System Needs to be Cleansed
06.03.16 - J S Rajput

Annual examinations conducted by various state and all-India school boards have begun in most of the states. Not just the exams, but reports on copying and mass copying, particularly from the regions considered weak in educational advancement, are also an annual feature. It flourishes in ...




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