41 students in Amritsar get job offers

Amritsar: Mikuni India held a campus placement drive at the Sri Sai Group of Institutes. Participating were Sai Polytechnic College diploma candidates in mechanical, electrical, and automotive programs.

According to Principal Mukesh Gupta, Mikuni India is an international corporation that was founded in 1923. As in previous years, the firm has shown its faith in our students by providing employment opportunities. Following a corporate presentation, written test, and in-person interview, decisions were made. In accordance with the selection procedure, 41 students were chosen. Sulakshyay Kumar Murgai, Director of Placement, said that the chosen candidates would go through a medical examination before the joining process is completed.

The Sardar Jaswant Singh Rai Memorial Lecture was organized by Guru Nanak Dev University’s Department of Microbiology. Prof. Gopal Nath of the Department of Microbiology at the Institute of Medical Sciences at Banaras Hindu University in Varanasi received the prize this year.

The J S Rai Memorial Award’s Nodal Officer, Prof. Vasudha Sambyal, gave a presentation to the audience on the J S Rai Memorial Trust, including its goals, accomplishments, and previous winners of this honor. The late Prof. Karamjit Singh Rai, the founder of the J.S. Rai Memorial Trust, was remembered with a two-minute silence. The head of the department, Dr. Amarjeet Kaur, provided a succinct overview of the department that highlighted its accomplishments over the years.

One of the pioneers of therapeutic bacteriophage treatment in India is Dr. Gopal Nath. In addition, he founded the Society for Bacteriophage Research and Therapy and serves as its secretary. He spoke about his own experiences treating multidrug resistant clinical infections using bacteriophage treatment, which is one of the most difficult issues the healthcare system faces.

The purpose of the Alumni Meet 2024, Amritsar, BBK DAV College for Women, is to strengthen the bonds amongst its former students. The event’s theme, Time to Reminisce, aimed to strengthen and revive ties to the past. Alumni came together on one platform to celebrate their journeys and achievements, despite coming from different origins.

The event provided a means of interaction between the current class and the alumni network. Principal Dr. Pushpinder Walia addressed the esteemed alumni in her welcoming speech, emphasizing the ongoing connection that exists between former students and their university. She emphasized the significant influence that alums may have on a personal and institutional level, highlighting their vital position as collaborators in furthering the goals and objectives of the college.

Ashok Vatika Public School commemorated the anniversary of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar’s birth. A special assembly was organized by Class XII students as a way of honoring the notable individual who was instrumental in the creation of the Indian constitution. In addition, he will always be recognized for his efforts to promote equality across society and fight for the rights of Dalits. Recalling his role in Indian politics and the betterment of Indian society, a student gave a succinct speech on his life. In order to draw attention to the horrors done to Dalits and Dr. B. R. Ambedkar’s fight, they also performed a play. The key passages from the Constitution were on exhibit. After the playing of the national anthem, the Preamble to the Indian Constitution was also read aloud. After discussing Dr. Ambedkar’s life, Principal Anchal Mahajan urged the pupils to treat everyone with respect. She recommended that they continue his legacy and walk in his footsteps.

Ram Navami was observed.

A number of activities were held to mark Ram Navami at DAV Public School, Lawrence Road, Amritsar. The celebrations, which were characterized by respect and vibrant cultural elements, highlighted the rich legacy and ideals connected to Lord Rama. The festivities began with a special assembly in which teachers and students came together to pray and ask for blessings. Poetry readings and spiritual hymns echoed across the environment. The school’s administrator, Dr. Pallavi Sethi, updated the kids on the exciting day during her speech. She gave the pupils advice on how to live their life with integrity, humility, boldness, forgiveness, caring, and compassion.

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