Education

Two students do RBU proud, selected for internship in US

MOHALI: Two students of the Rayat Bahra University, Sachleen Singh, of the Computer Science department and Simranjit Singh Khurmi, of Mechanical Department, University School of Engineering and Technology (USET), have done the university proud by getting selected for Internship Programme at Arkansas State University, Jonesboro, USA.

Prof. B.S.Ghuman warns against reckless cutting of tress, leading to natural disasters: Prof.Ghuman
CHANDIGARH: Panjabi University, Vice Chancellor (VC) Professor B S Ghuman, delivered the inaugural lecture in the ongoing Disaster Management Refresher Course at Human Resource Development Centre (HRDC).
Former PEC Dir, Prof Manoj Arora appoints new VC of BMU
CHANDIGARH: BML Munjal University (BMU) on Saturday announced Prof Manoj Kumar Arora the former Director at Punjab Engineering College here as its new Vice Chancellor.
CAT Exam Analysis 2018

Common Admission Test (CAT) is the most prestigious MBA admission test in the country having more than 150 business schools under it, and more importantly, the 20 IIMs grant admission based on these CAT Scores.

1976 students get degrees at Thapar Institute 32nd Convocation

PATIALA: As many as 1976 students received their degrees at the 32nd Convocation of Thapar Institute of Engineering and Technology, Patiala held today.

Jung-e-Azadi memorial at Kartarpur emerges as education and cultural hub

CHANDIGARH: The Jang-E-Azadi memorial at Kartarpur envisioned as the perfect tribute to the innumerable sacrifices of the freedom fighters during independence movement is not only proving to be just that but is also emerging as an educational and cultural hub of Punjab making the people especially the young generation aware about the historical and cultural past.

AC auditorium at Rayat Bahra campus soon: V-C

MOHALI: A multi-specialty hospital, state-of-the-art fully air conditioned ultramodern auditorium and a sports complex are some of the prestige projects coming up at its Rayat Bahra University campus.

At least 716 Graduates Get Degrees at Khalsa College’s 111th Convocation

AMRITSR: Urging the students to imbibe moral values to succeed in life, Khalsa College Governing Council (KCGC) President Satyajit Singh Majithia today said the traditional education is meaningless if it is devoid of the ethical and moral standards. He said the teachers must be role model for the students as he exhorts them to opt for `entrepreneurship’ and open small businesses as job markets are shrinking.

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