Thursday, 10 November 2016

हरियाणा कांग्रेस ने उच्चतम न्यायालय द्वारा सतलुज-यमुना-सम्पर्क नहर पर दिए निर्णय का किया स्वागत

By Trictynews Reporter
Chandigarh 10th November:- हरियाणा प्रदेश कांग्रेस ने माननीय उच्चतम न्यायालय द्वारा आज सतलुज-यमुना-सम्पर्क नहर पर दिए गए निर्णय का स्वागत किया है। इस निर्णय में पंजाब के पक्ष को असंवैधानिक और हरियाणा के पक्ष को सही ठहराया गया है।
हरियाणा प्रदेश कांग्रेस कमेटी के अध्यक्ष डॉ. अशोक तंवर ने एक वक्तव्य में कहा है कि हरियाणा के लिए यह निर्णय बहुत ही महत्वपूर्ण है। उन्होंने कहा कि एसवाईएल हरियाणा के लिए एक जीवन-रेखा के समान है और इसके  लिए हरियाणा ने काफी संघर्ष किया है। उन्होंने कहा कि इस नहर के निर्माण में राजनैतिक स्वार्थों के कारण जो गतिरोध उत्पन्न किया गया था अब वह गतिरोध इस निर्णय से दूर हो जायेगा। 
डॉ. अशोक तंवर ने कहा कि एसवाईएल से अपने हिस्से का पानी लेने के लिए इस मामले को तत्कालीन मुख्यमंत्री चौ. बंसी लाल 1998 में सुप्रीम कोर्ट ले गए थे और इस केस की सुनवाई के बाद सुप्रीम कोर्ट ने सन् 2000 में भी हरियाणा के पक्ष में निर्णय दिया था।
हरियाणा प्रदेश कांग्रेस अध्यक्ष ने कहा है कि अब हरियाणा के मुख्यमंत्री मनोहर लाल खट्टर की जिम्मेदारी बनती है कि वो केन्द्र की भाजपा सरकार पर जोर दें कि वो पंजाब की भाजपा-अकाली सरकार पर दबाव बनाकर इस नहर का निर्माण यथाशीघ्र पूरा करवाये ताकि हरियाणावासियों को इस स्वर्ण जंयती वर्ष में ही अपने हिस्से का पानी मिल सके।

Education Department to Organize 62nd National School Games

By Trictynews Reporter
Chandigarh 10th November:- The Education Department, Chandigarh Administration is all set to organize the prestigious 62nd National School Games in the discipline of Baseball from 11th to 15th November, 2016.
The 62nd National School Games will be organized under the aegis of School Games Federation of India. Around 500 players and officials are expected to arrive in the city from 9th November onwards. These will comprise players from different 14 states, UTs and units of School Games Federation of India.
The opening ceremony of the games will be held at Govt. Model Sr. Secondary School, Sector-37 B, Chandigarh. Four Schools have been shortlisted as stay venues i.e. GMSSS -37 B, GMSSS -37 D, GMSSS -35 D and GMHS - 42 where round the clock arrangements have been made for the comfortable stay and play environment. Five play venues for tournaments have been shortlisted i.e. GMSSS- 35, GMSSS-37 B, GMSSS-40, GMSSS 23 A and GMSSS 15 C.
A control room has been established at GMHS, Sector-42 Chandigarh. Committees have been formulated and key Departments mobilized for the smooth play of these games. The opening ceremony of the games will be held on 11 November, 2016 at 10 am at GMSSS Sector-37-B Chandigarh. Sarvjit Singh, Finance cum Education Secretary, Chandigarh Administration will be the Chief Guest of the Opening Ceremony. 
States and organizations that are participating are CBSE Welfare Sports Organization, Vidya Bharathi, Chhattisgarh, Delhi, Goa, Gujrat, Haryana, Jammu and Kashmir, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Punjab, Telangana, Uttar Pradesh, Chandigarh,

Ping- Pong and Badminton Hit at CII-Yi Sports Carnival

By Trictynews Reporter
Chandigarh 10th November:- Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) and Yi Solan Chapter, in association with Chandigarh Citi Center (CCC) Zirakpur, organised Table-Tennis and Badminton matches today here at Tau Devi Lal Stadium, Panchkula. The matches concluded with great zeal and optimism among the youth. Yi Solan Chapter plans to continue to engage the youth with such activities which is the need of the hour as the Youth represents the most vibrant section of our society.
The sports carnival was open to all individuals aged between 18 and 65 years including women, as Sports can serve as a fantastic tool for social and gender inclusion. Girls and women often do not have the same access to services and opportunities but CII-Yi Solan made sure that women participate in all the sports activities being organized in the carnival.
Around 40 individuals participated each in Badminton and Table Tennis. The various matches organized were Men’s Singles and Double, Women’s Singles and Double and Veterans which was specifically for people above the age group of 50 years.
Arun Jindal, Director, Chandigarh Citi Center, said that it is a matter of great pride to be associated with CII for this mega event. Chandigarh Citi Center plans to partner with CII in more such initiatives in the coming times.
Nitin Aggarwal, Chair Yi Solan Chapter, said that it is a unique initiative taken by CII-Yi Solan Chapter and CCC. Unlike typical sports events, this was a sports carnival where both men and women played together.
Pankaj Gupta, Director, Chandigarh Citi Center, said that our objective of promoting sports through this Sports Carnival has been fulfilled. With the overwhelming response received from the teams as well as the audiences, we will be organising the Sports Carnival again.
The winner for the Badminton Men’s Single was Arpan and runner-up was Ravinder, and for double’s winner was Arpan-Mandeep and runner-up was Pankaj-Ankur. The winner for Women’s Single was Preeti and runner-up was Pooja, and for double’s winner was Anamika-Preeti and Runner-up was Ankita-Peffi.  In the Veteran Category, the single’s winner was Satpal Angurala and runner-up was BR Sharma, in the Veteran Double’s category, the winner was Hari Singh - BR Verma and runner-up was Bhole Rama -WC Goel.
The Winners for the Table-Tennis singles under 50 Category was Umesh Rajpal and runner-up was Ashwani Sharma and Double’s winner in the same category was Umesh Rajpal - Ashwani Sharma and runner-up was Gurmeet- Shubham. The winner for the Table-Tennis above 50 categories was Vijay Thakur and runner-up was Subhash Sharma. The winner in the Table-Tennis women category was Vasundhra and runner-up was Peffi.

Edu.Deptt & ROTTO PGI’s Project “Be the Change-Be an Organ Donor” Receives Good Response

By Trictynews Reporter
Chandigarh 10th November:- Showcasing amazing artistic skills, using their colors and crayons deftly, the students of Govt. Model Senior Secondary School, Sector 20-D  Chandigarh sensitively portrayed their thoughts  on the theme ‘Organ Donation’ in a painting competition organized in the school premises here today. 
This painting competition was a part of an ongoing student engagement project ‘Be the Change, Be an Organ Donor’, launched earlier by Deptt. of School Education, Chandigarh Administration in collaboration with Regional Organ & Tissue Transplant Organization (ROTTO), PGI. 
The teachers as well as the students showed an enthusiastic response in all the six schools including Govt. Model Senior Secondary Schools of Sector 46, 19, 18, 8 and 23 already covered under the project. Today, it was the seventh school wherein the infotainment session to orient the senior students about the noble cause of Organ Donation was organized. 
Enthused by the response, Anita Sharma, Nodal Officer-Vocational Education, Education Deptt., Chandigarh Administration stated that this is a social responsibility. We must orient the students about this altruistic cause as they can act as ‘change agent’ to inculcate awareness among family members to promote Organ Donation. Hence, we would like to cover maximum number of schools under the project.
Prior to the competition, Nilakshi Sharma, Transplant Coordinator from ROTTO PGI shared about the concept to around 150 participating students. During the session, Nirmal, one of the students from 12th class who had lost her mother few days back due to heart failure, made everyone very emotional as she shared her mother’s last wish, she lost her mother, who strongly believed in the cause but we could not fulfill her wish due to lack of awareness on her demise. Now as she is aware, she would try to fulfill her wish by disseminating the information and will start this by pledging myself for organ donation. Following her example, 19 more students in the age of 18 and above pledged for organ donation after the session.  
Complementing the initiative, Parminder Kaur, Programme Officer NSS,  stated that she strongly support this life saving cause and will try to organize multiple activities to propagate this message across the student community.

TMC Foundation Releases Career Oriented Book Related to Maritime Industry

By Trictynews Reporter
Chandigarh 10th November:- TMC Foundation  released new book “Merchant Navy "IMU -CET , Gateway to Maritime Education” for aspiring students of  Merchant Navy.It is ideal for students preparing to enter Maritime Industry & Incorporates all the recent amendments .
While addressing the press conference Global Head, TMC Shipping, Anil Jinsi said that Maritime Industry has bright future but due to lack of information aspiring students are unable to join Merchant Navy. According to him Maritime Industry has   lucrative pay packages, destinations galore, extensive exposure, less demanding qualifications career opportunities in Merchant Navy at very young age even after completing school level.   He further informed that Merchant navy is not like Indian navy because it is non-combatant commercial fleet of ships. Its job is ferrying huge amount of goods in and out across the world.
While speaking at the moment Writer of the book Subodh said that the edition of IMU-CET Gateway to Maritime Education provides a comprehensive cover to the needs of marine students. It is ideal for students Preparing to enter the Maritime Industry and incorporates all recent amendments .The study material is specially prepared, keeping in mind the requirements, syllabus, content, detailed solutions & practical guide for developing bright future in maritime industry .According to him all the topics covered in this book are relevant for entrance exam .Previous IMU_CET sample papers & company sponsorship tests are also included in it to help the students.  
Neeraj Kumar, Managing Director, TMC was also present at this moment.

GGSCW organizes IT Fiesta

By Trictynews Reporter
Chandigarh 10th November:- To promote awareness of science and technology amongst the youth, Post Graduate Department of Computer Science and Applications of Guru Gobind Singh College for Women, Sector 26, Chandigarh in collaboration with DST (Department of Science and Technology), Chandigarh Administration organized IT Fiesta.
Students from 20 colleges and 05 schools from in and around the city participated in this event. For college students, various competitions were held under this event related to IT like Website Designing, Debate, Cartooning, Software Development, Rangoli, Collage Making, Software Debugging, Face Painting , IT Skit on the key topics related to Online Discussion Forums, Virtual Reality , Man vs Machine etc. School students showed active participation in Presentation Designing. Dance was held to embrace the fusion between technology and entertainment.
Ashooneet Kaur, Executive Director, Punjab Infotech was the Chief Guest. She notified that how the technology is growing exponentially and we all need to maintain a pace with that. She motivated girls to excel in a versatile manner. Mr. Sunil Chawla DGM(CAL-C) was the Guest of honor for the grand event.
Dr. Sneh, Principal, Ropar College was there to inspire students during the Valedictory Ceremony and gave away the prizes. Scholarships were given to the winners for higher studies. She congratulated College and Department for organizing such an event and stressed on the importance of such competitions which enhance personality of students. 
College Principal, Dr.Charanjeet Kaur Sohi appreciated the efforts of Computer Department and encouraged students to participate in such events to excel in all fields of life.