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

PSEB makes easy ways to correct errors in school certificates PSEB makes easy ways to correct errors in school certificates

PSEB makes easy ways to correct errors in school certificates. Punjab School Education Board has given great relief to the students, as PSEB has decided to rectify all errors related to name, date of birth etc in certificates issued from 1970 to till date. Board has taken this decision on interest to eliminate the problem

Undisciplined Govt school teachers to face trouble Undisciplined Govt school teachers to face trouble

Undisciplined Govt school teachers to face trouble. Teachers in Himachal Pradesh’s District Sirmaur, who have been absent for a long time without any information, will be going to face trouble, as the education department is going to take tough action on teachers who have been absent for long.According to the information received, there are about

NGT slaps fine NGT slaps fine on Delhi Technological University

New Delhi, Sep 10, NGT slaps fine on Delhi Technological University. The National Green Tribunal (ngt slaps fine) has imposed a penalty on the Delhi Technological University (DTU) for failing to devise a mechanism to treat the huge quantity of waste generated by it and not complying with environment laws. A bench headed by NGT Chairperson

Committee formed to improve standard of Pb Education system
Committee formed to improve standard of PB higher education

Chandigarh – A three-member committee formed to improve the standard of higher education in Punjab today held its first meeting with chancellors and vice-chancellors of private and government universities in the state. The committee was formed by Chief Minister Amarinder Singh to also bring about transparency and accountability in the education system.The meeting was presided over

Sandeep of SCD Govt College tops PU MA English Exam

The promising students of Post-Graduate Department of English have topped the university for the second consecutive year. Students have yet again brought laurels to the college by securing top positions in the merit list released by Panjab University, Chandigarh.In M.A. II Sandeep Kaur recorded a historic victory by topping the university by securing 1102/1600 marks

GADVASU organizes Kisan Sammelan
GADVASU organizes Kisan Sammelan on ‘Sankalp se Sidhi’

DP CORRESPONDENT, Ludhiana : Guru Angad Dev Veterinary and Animal Sciences University’s Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Booh organised Kisan Sammelan on “Sankalp se Sidhi (S s S)”. The programme was witnessed by large gathering of different stakeholders. Dr AS Nanda, Vice Chancellor, GADVASU was Chief Guest of the programme. Gurchet Singh Bhullar, Ex Irrigation Minister, Punjab

Karnataka to give free education to all girls till graduation
Karnataka to give free education to all girls till graduation

Karnataka to give free education to all girls till graduation. In a grand sweep, the Karnataka government has decided to make education free for all girls from Class 1 to graduation level in all public and aided private schools and colleges, barring only professional institutions, from the next academic year. The earmarked funds, however, are

Pb govt earmarked Rs 20 crore gradation
Pb govt earmarked Rs 20 crore for up gradation of schools: Education Minister

DP Correspondent: Hoshiapur, August 28 Punjab Minister for Education Aruna Chaudhary Monday said that Punjab government has earmarked Rs 20 crore for the upgradation of government schools in the state. The Minister also said that the state government was committed to provide jobs under MNREGA scheme at the grass roots levels. “During the last 10

Toppr extends its latest services to iPhone and iPad users
Toppr extends its latest services to iPhone and iPad users

Toppr extends its latest services to iPhone and iPad users. Students can now access the most recent version of Toppr (the only platform that allows students to seamlessly switch between its website, Android) on their iPhones and iPads as well.After being hugely successful on web and android, the notable learning platform has extended its services

Congress government made situation of schools’ bad: Bhagwant Mann
Congress government made situation of schools’ bad: Bhagwant Mann

Sangrur – In Punjab, the responsibility of maintenance and management of schools is jointly owned by the Punjab Government and a private company but for the last several months the schools have neither given books nor the teachers are paid salaries. In such a situation, the presences of schools running in the state are posing

Teachers to get salary on the first of every month
Teachers to get salary on the first of every month

Nawanshahar- The Education Secretary Krishan Kumar has agreed to some more of their demands which can be termed as another “pro-teacher initiative” of the state education department aimed at improving the standard of education in schools by minimising the hassles faced by school teachers. As per the state press secretary of Government Teachers’ Union, Punjab,

School student protest, not getting books from past 6 month
School student protest, not getting books from past 6 month

School student protest, not getting books from past 6 month. Though governments make many promises of providing education to children, the real fact is that these promises are limited to just in news. If there is a truth in the promises then such a long time school children were not going to school without books.Several

CBSE Initiative Helping Girl Students Crack IIT Entrance Exam
CBSE Initiative Helping Girl Students Crack IIT Entrance Exam

While the IITs have introduced a special quota for girl students this year to fill the gender balance in the prestigious institutes, an initiative by the the CBSE is helping girls crack the JEE. The project — ‘Udaan’ has helped 135 girl students to clear the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE)-Mains for admission in engineering colleges

Japan provides financial aid to Nepal for education sector
Japan provides financial aid to Nepal for education sector

Japan provides financial aid to Nepal for education sector. The Japanese Government will be providing Nepal a grand aid of (Nepalese Rupees) NRs. 280 million to the School Sector Development Program of Nepal.The objective of the SSDP for Nepal is to improve the quality, equitable access, and efficiency of basic and secondary education in Nepal

Ludhiana: Principal Ignores Students For Sake Of Political Function

Parents and members of social institution and two directors of managing committee of Tagore Public School, Agar Nagar protested against the Principal of Tagore Public School, outside the main gate of the school.   According to protesters, the school principal is making the school a political ring by organizing a Political function in the school

ITI exams set up only in Government Institutes: Channi

ITI exams Government Institutes. The Punjab Government is committed to provide quality technical education therefore another stern step has been taken in this regard, now the examination centres for Industrial Training and other such courses would be set up in the the Government institutes only. Disclosing this here today after presiding over a high level

Oxford Launches Tamil, Gujarati Online Dictionaries
Oxford Launches Tamil, Gujarati Online Dictionaries

After the Hindi version, Oxford University Press has launched online dictionaries in Tamil and Gujarati as part of its special focus on Indian languages. The Oxford Global Languages (OGL) initiative began in September 2015 with an aim to build dictionaries and lexicographical resources for around 100 of the world’s languages and to make them available

CBSE UGC NET exam
CBSE UGC NET exam to be held on November 5

CBSE UGC NET exam 2017 will be held on November 5, 2017. The application form will be available from August 11, 2017 to 30 August, 2017 on CBSE UGC NET.Candidates have to submit the fee before September 12, 2017 for CBSE NET Exam. Admit card will be available on the website from October 15.The candidates