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Removal of members of arts council called as 'unconstitutional move'

Removal of members of arts council called as ‘unconstitutional move’

The removal of Satinder Satti and Surinder Singh Virdi as chairperson and vice chairperson of the Punjab Kala Parishad (arts council) respectively has made another reason to confront the decision of Congress government. The out going members are called this ‘unconstitutional move’ of the state government. The Congress government recently nominated renowned poet Surjit Patar

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

GADVASU tops in State Veterinary Universities of country

  GADVASU tops in State Veterinary Universities of the country  Guru Angad Dev Veterinary and Animal Sciences University, Ludhiana (GADVASU) has been ranked first among the 14 State Veterinary University of India, as per the ranking of Agricultural Universities and Research Institutes conducted by the Agricultural Education Division, Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR), New Delhi

Dr Manjit Singh Nijjar appointed registrar Punjabi University

Dr Manjit Singh Nijjar appointed as registrar in Punjabi University

Dr Manjit Singh Nijjar appointed registrar Punjabi University. Dr Anurag Verma Secretary, higher education, Punjab, and vice-chancellor of Punjabi University has appointed Dr Manjit Singh Nijjar, professor and head of the law department, as new registrar of the university.He replaces Dr Inderjit Singh, who resigned from the post on June 23 citing personal reasons. The

Mukatsar Sahib tops list of 7 districts in farmer suicides

A total of 1,674 farmers/agricultural labourers committed suicide between 2000 and 2016 in the seven districts of Punjab – Mukatsar Sahib, Faridkot, Fatehgarh Sahib, Patiala, Hoshiarpur, Rupnagar and SAS Nagar – according to a survey commissioned by the previous SAD-BJP government in March 2016, the report of which was submitted to the state government last

Online results of Punjab University in Disputes

Online results of Punjabi University in Disputes

Today when results of M.A.J.M.C Semester Third Distance Education Punjabi University Patiala was declared have been shocking as students get online. Sources have already come to terms with delayed results. In December, the third semester was filled in paper and in June resulted in the wrong results. The students of the department said that the

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`Komagata Maru’ soon to be staged in English, Hindi, Bengali

Punjabi play `Komagatta Maru’, written by Gurpreet Singh Ratol, will soon be staged in Hindi, English and Bengali . Harbhajan Gill, President of the foundation said, “The play in itself is unique with all the historical facts shown in it and in accordance with dates. It was played across the country but we want to

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Constructors ignoring govt. warning

Constructors are not taking seriously the warning of the government and not giving serious responses.  State Environment Impact Assessment Authority (SEIAA), constituted by the Union Environment Ministry, has  sent the showcase notice to around 9 public and private medical and educational institutions of the state but from four months no response was received from the organizations.

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Maharana Partap Chair to be set up at Punjabi varsity: Rana KP

Maharana Partap Chair will be set up at Punjabi University, Patiala, announced Punjab Vidhan Sabha said Speaker Rana KP Singh. He was addressing the function on the occasion of 477th Jayanti of the legendary Rajput warrior and ruler at Maharana Partap Bhawan here, the Speaker said academic research was necessary to bring forth to put

Employees agitation flares up in Punjabi University

Patiala: The ongoing agitation of the employees on Friday further flared up in the Punjabi University as the protesting employees locked the main gate of the varsity and thus disrupted all activities and organised a massive protest demonstration as well. Agitated employees went to all the department and forced the employees to join the stir

Seminar of ‘Gurmat Sangeet’ organised at Punjabi University

Patiala: Punjabi University will approach the Ministry of Human Resource Development and University Grants Commission and make utmost efforts for approval to introduce Gurmat Sangeet (Sikh divine music) as a subject on a large scale across the country looking at vastness of its scope and dimensions.” This was stated by Dr Jaspal Singh, Vice-Chancellor of

Punjabi University gives Diwali gift for staff in shape of enhanced DA

Patiala: The Punjabi University teachers, employees and pensioners got a Diwali gift with its syndicate approving to release an enhanced instalment of dearness allowance of eight per cent in two stages. In its emergent meeting held here on Friday under the chairmanship of the Vice-Chancellor, Dr Jaspal Singh, with Dr Gurnam Singh as Registrar, the

PSPCL all set to probe illegal power connection at Punjabi University

Patiala: Chairman of Punjab State Power Corporation Limited (PSPCL) Er K D Chaudhary on Wednesday ordered a thorough probe of the case related to the detection of illegal power connection to an international hostel situated near the Punjabi University in Sheikhupura village and the university using it after naming it as ‘NRI Hostel’ for its

Punjabi University Safai workers block Patiala-Chandigarh highway

Patiala: The commuters faced a lot of harassment on Tuesday as agitated Safai Karamcharies of Punjabi University blocked Patiala-Chandigarh highway. Due to blockage vehicular traffic was diverted to alternate routes by police. Keeping in view the road blockage, police in advance made adequate arrangements to ensure that commuters reach their destinations. Safai Sewaks of Punjabi University

Punjabi University Patiala goes digital

Punjabi University has becomes the first University in the region to go digital as far as spreading of education transcending geographical boundaries is concerned. Under the Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visionary Digital India Programme and Ministry of Human Resource Development’s NME-ICT project, University’s Educational Multimedia Research Centre (EMRC) has been allotted three more projects for