Oxford launches first-ever Hindi word of the year
Oxford launches first-ever Hindi word


New Delhi, Nov 16, Oxford launches first-ever Hindi word of the year : Oxford Dictionaries will have a Hindi word of the year for 2017. The Hindi word of the year will be a word or expression that has attracted a great deal of interest this year. The chosen word should reflect the ethos, mood, or

CBSE allows correction on certificate details within five years CBSE students get a chance to change their details within five years

CBSE allows correction on certificate details within five years. Students now can change their names, date of birth or other details within five years of the declaration of result- Central Board of Secondary Education issued the orders. Student from now, can apply for the corrections in their details on certificates. CBSE allows correction: “Limitation of

More girls can make boys perform better in schools

London, Nov 11 : More girls can make boys perform better in schools. Worried about your boy’s poor academic performance? It is time to get him enrolled in schools where the majority of pupils are girls. A new study reveals that boys are likely to perform better in schools where the opposite sex outnumber them. School

Math activities can improve your kid’s vocabulary

New York, Nov 11 : Math activities can improve your kid’s vocabulary. Worried about your child’s vocabulary? It is time to engage with them in math activities at home. Researchers have found that pre-school children who engage in math activities with their parents not only improve their math skills but also enhance their general vocabulary

Extension lecture on poetic creation delivered

DP Correspondent Ludhiana The Post Graduate Department of English, GGN Khalsa College organised an extension lecture on Poetic creation by Prof. Dr J.S Anand, an eminent educationalist, philosopher, poet, author and spiritualist who has more than 45 books to his credit.The speaker Dr. J.S Anand re-shaped the earlier philosophies regarding poetic creations as well as

Teens trading sleep for smartphone time: study
Teens trading sleep for smartphone time: study

Washington, Oct 26, Teens trading sleep for smartphone time: study. Adolescents today are increasingly depriving themselves of sleep, and instead spending more time on their smartphones or other devices, say scientists who found that teens sleep fewer hours per night than older generations. Most sleep experts agree that adolescents need nine hours of sleep each

50 suicides in 60 days: Dark reality of coaching centres
50 suicides in 60 days: Dark reality of coaching centres

50 suicides in 60 days: Students from Telangana and Andhra Pradesh have been consistently among the toppers securing seats in IITs and other national institutes. But this success story hides another reality — the trauma and silent suffering of thousands of youth who are forced into a system.The recent number of suicides by students enrolled

65 percent students not find themselves mentally easy in Haryana: Survey
65 percent students not find themselves mentally easy in Haryana: Survey

Most of the times, life is harder for a child. There is so much they can make sense of and so much that they can understand. Most of them, during their childhood struggle with the concept of right and wrong. According to the survey conducted by State Council of Education and Research and Training, Haryana,

800 government primary schools to be merged in Punjab
800 government primary schools to be merged in Punjab

800 government primary schools: The Punjab School Education Board has taken decision to merge 800 government primary schools in the State, which have less than 20 students, with the adjoining schools.In a communication to all the District Education Officers in the State, Director Education Department (Elementary) has ordered to merge the schools with less than

Talent hunt competition
Talent hunt competition organised to boost children confidence

Talent hunt competition was organised by fathom your flair in peace public school on 7th oct, 2017( saturday) with the support of principal of the school ms ck jeeja Nikhil sharma from fathom your flair guided students to be fearless to the outer world and emerge as shining stars . FYF nurtures the inner self of students

UGC suggests remove 'Muslim' from AMU, 'Hindu' from BHU
UGC recommends removal of ‘Muslim’, ‘Hindu’ from AMU and BHU

UGC recommends: A panel set up by the University Grants Commission has recommended that the word Muslim be removed from Aligarh Muslim University and the Word Hindu be dropped from the Benaras Hindu University. The panel was formed to probe the alleged irregularities in 10 universities and the recommendations have been made in the audit

Increase grant to Panjab University: HC to Punjab Govt
Increase grant to Panjab University: HC to Punjab Govt

Increase grant to Panjab University: The Punjab and Haryana High court on Friday asked the Punjab Government to suitably enhance its share in the grant to the Panjab University while observing the recent enhancement of Rs 7 crore was not enough as compared to the grant announced by the Centre.Earlier during the hearing, PU vice

Enactus Hans Raj educating unprivileged through project Aangan
Enactus Hans Raj educating unprivileged through project Aangan

CITIZEN JOURNALIST, Bhavik Dhall “Give a man a fish, he’ll eat for a day. Teach a man to fish, he’ll eat for a lifetime” With this at the core, Enactus Hans Raj aims to transcend to a world free of poverty, and of unemployment, and render a healing touch to the humanity. We, at Enactus

Punjab govt officials meet MCI for shifting students of Chintpurni college
Punjab govt officials meet MCI for shifting students of Chintpurni college

Chintpurni college: Senior officials of the Punjab Government met the Medical Council of India officials to work out the modalities for shifting of students of the Chintpurni Medical College in Pathankot to other colleges.On Chief Minister Amarinder Singh’s directives, Punjab Secretary Medical Education and Research Vikas Pratap and Vice Chancellor of Baba Farid University of

Teacher's raised eyebrows over Extension To Principal’s
Teacher’s raised eyebrows over Extension To Principal’s

Teacher’s raised eyebrows over Extension To Principal’s Chandigarh(Sajan Sharma) – Issue of granting extension to Principals of various colleges in Punjab and Chandigarh colleges was raised eyebrows of various Senate members. In the recent senate meeting teachers showed resentment that if managements will work on same lines then how they will get promoted ? There are

Education Secretary ordered to teach 50 words of English
Education Secretary ordered to teach 50 words of English

Education Secretary ordered to teach 50 words of English. Teaching English to school students continues to be a major challenge for the state government. In an initiative to improve the quality of education in government schools, Education Secretary Krishan Kumar recently ordered teachers of classes VI and VII to teach at least 50 new words

NEET 2017: Only 2 govt school students in TN cleared NEET
NEET 2017: Only 2 govt school students in TN cleared NEET

NEET 2017: Only 2 govt school students in TN cleared NEET. After the introduction of NEET for admission to medical colleges, which has been staunch opposition from Tamil Nadu, only two students from the state government school have cleared the test this year to admitted to the state’s 22 government medical colleges.Last year, 30 students

Sacred Heart files complaint to CM against eating joint
Sacred Heart files complaint to CM against eating joint

Ludhiana: Sacred Heart files complaint to CM against eating joint. One of the prominent Sacred Heart Convent School, Sarabha nagar on Sunday files a complaint against the eatery joint ‘TruckShuk’ outside their school with Chief Minister Punjab in regard of causing several traffic and parking problems for school vans.Complaint was given against the eatery ‘TruckShuk’ as

SCD student Ramneet Kaur 3RD in Panjab University in MA ENG SEM 2

S.C.D. Govt. College, Ludhiana again outshines with brilliant results in the M.A. (English) Semester II examinations by booking top University positions in the Panjab  University, Chandigarh. P.G. Department of English of the College shines through and corners third position in the University in M.A. (English) Semester II examinations.Ms. Ramneet Kaur, M.A.(English) Semester II has bagged

Fresher’s Party held at English Department of GGN Khalsa College

DP Correspondent Ludhiana Fresher’s Party of Post Graduate Department of English, GGN khalsa College, Civil Lines was organised on Saturday. The students of MA English performed Group Dance, Solo Dance, Singing and Modeling and other cultural items.MA 1st year student  Parlad Singh bagged the title of Mr Fresher and  Neha Miss Fresher. The runners up were