Monday, 2 October 2017

उतराखण्ड भ्रात संगठन दरिया ने स्वच्छ भारत अभियान के तहत सफाई अभियान चलाया

By Tricitynews Reporter
Chandigarh 02nd October:- उतराखण्ड भ्रात संगठन दरिया चण्डीगढ द्वारा स्वच्छ भारत अभियान के मिशन के तहत सफाई अभियान चलाया गया सफाई अभियान गढवाल कलोनी से शुरू होकर हरीश डाबा में खत्म हुई इस अभियान में 10 गलियों और 3 मुख्य रास्ते एवं दो पार्को को साफ किया गया इस मौके पर संगठन के सदस्यों बच्चों और बुजुर्गो ने बढ चढकर ग्रामीणों के सहयोग से गांव में सफाई अभियान भी चलाया गया।
अभियान की शुरूआत करते हुए संगठन के चेयरमैन हरीश बर्तवाल ने कहा कि गांव स्वच्छ होंगे तभी भारत स्वच्छ होगा।उन्होंने कहा हमेशा अपने घरों एवं उसके आसपास स्वच्छता बनाने रखने का संकल्प भी लिया। सभी जनसमुदाय को व्यक्तिगत स्वच्छता, घरेलू स्वच्छता तथा पर्यावरणीय स्वच्छता के प्रति जागरूक किया गया। स्वच्छता के अभाव में अनेक तरह की बीमारियां पनपती है। उतराखण्ड भ्रात संगठन के चेयरमैन हरीश बर्तवाल, प्रधान हरिकशन डंडरियाल, महासचिव विनोद कोठियाल, उप प्रधान दीपक उनियाल, प्रेस सचिव कुलदीप धस्माना, केशियर बलवंत बिष्ट, पीडी देवशाली,जितेंद्र रंधावा, रमेश चंद्र, राकेश भंडारीबीरेद्र राणा, विजय सेमवाल,पूरण सिह कडकोटी, बालम सिंह नेगी, आदि गणमान्य व्यक्ति मौजूद थे

VIEC Announces New Ludhiana Office at Malhar Road

By Tricitynews Reporter
Ludhiana 02nd October:- Viv’s International Education Centre (VIEC) announced today the relocation & opening of their new Ludhiana office at 2-E, First Floor, Malhar Road, Opp. Flamez Mall, Ludhiana. VIEC is one of the world’s largest Overseas Education Companies present in India since 1996 with 29 offices in India and 8 offices across the globe. VIEC has direct agreements with more than 180+ reputed international institutions worldwide including those in Australia, Canada, Dubai, Ireland, Malaysia, New Zealand, Singapore and the United Kingdom and has successfully helped more than 35,000 students till date to accomplish their dreams.
The move into new Ludhiana Office at Malhar Road was celebrated with a dedication ceremony that included Ms. Vivienne Porter –Founder & CEO, Vinod Malhotra, Sr. Adviser – South Asia, Prashant Mehra, branch head Ludhiana. The new office is custom built & spread over 1500 sq. feet with state-of-the-art workspaces & will facilitate the VIEC’s work style & will help facilitate the students better. Students can visit the new office from 9:30am – 6pm from Monday to Saturday to avail VIEC’s quality services.
Ms. Vivienne Porter–Founder & CEO said that this is an incredibly exciting time for our business and signals another milestone in our amazing story. With such rapid growth over the last two years in Ludhiana, this move will further enable us to increase our foothold in the market. VIEC is the one stop answer for all your Study Abroad needs. With quality credentials and trustworthy services, we guide students regarding admission procedure, visa formalities, travel etc.
Prashant Mehra, branch head Ludhiana said that VIEC is not associated with any other company and has just one office in Ludhiana, any other company is not authorized to act on VIEC’s behalf.

SBI organizes “Swachhata Drive” on Gandhi Jayanti Day

By Tricitynews Reporter
Chandigarh 02nd October:- Chandigarh Circle of SBI comprising its operations in Chandigarh (UT) and the states of Haryana, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh and Jammu & Kashmir, carried out “Swachhata drive” across its territoryin the run up to Gandhi Jayanti day.
Swachhata drive started from the Bank’s Local Head Office in Chandigarh, with a large number of officers and staff led by the bank’s Chief General Manager, Anil Kishora, cleaning up the peripheral roads adjoining the LHO building.
On 2nd October, SBI officials carried out “Swachhata drive” at Sec-42 Lake in Chandigarh. The volunteers of NSS who are students of Govt. College for Girls, Sec-42 Chandigarh also joined hands with the SBI team, to participate in the cleanliness mission.
Similar Swachhata initiatives were undertaken by the Bank’s Zonal offices in Chandigarh, Panchkula, Rohtak, Patiala, Ludhiana, Bhatinda, Shimla and Jammu. As many as 2174 Branches also joined in the campaign by spring cleaning their premises and adjoining areas. Many passersby said that it was inspirational to see SBI staff, their friends, relatives and students carrying out Swachhata drive, wearing T-shirts embossed with SBI and Swachh Bharat logos. The Bank hopes this initiative will inspire the employees not only to keep the bank premises clean but also participate in keeping their neighborhood neat and clean.
SBI is committed to contribute to Swachh Bharat goals.

DAMS organizes Digital Seminar to Crack NEET-PG

By Tricitynews Reporter
Chandigarh 02nd October:- Chandigarh- Delhi Academy of Medical Science (DAMS) organized a digital seminar  via  satellite link to crack National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test for Post Graduate Programme (NEET PG) organized by National Board Examination (NBE). The seminar held at Talkatora Stadium, Delhi and was broadcasted through satellite in Chandigarh and other centers, through which 25000 students from 150 centers across the country participated in this seminar.
The major objective of the seminar was to guide the aspirants who are looking to crack National Eligibility cum Entrance Test for Post Graduate Programme (NEET PG) to get admission into MD/MS/Post Graduate Diploma Courses organized by National Board of Examination (NBE). The important aspects about the Entrance exam are discussed in this seminar, the general tips to crack the exam, selection process, paper pattern, Marking Scheme and Subjects to be focused. The aspirants who want to crack the exam should know the importance of setting goal with pre-planning and its execution. 
This seminar featured different session on various medical topics like Radiology, Pathology, Obstetrics, Gynecology, Surgery and its instruments, Microbiology, Ophthalmology, Dermatology, Pharmacology and Orthopedics etc. Students were very much excited with the twist and turns in the exam pattern. It was extremely interactive session, where students came forward to converse and clarify their doubts. This seminar provided helpful insights to students for acquiring their maximum potential
Dr. Sumer Sethi -Director Delhi Academy of Medical Sciences said that these specially prepared digital lectures are prepared to give you the edge over others and you will definitely gain something fruitful which will help you to crack medical examination. He also emphasized to utilize precious time to solve the patterns of questions which are asked from  micro level of your subjects so it become necessary to read each and every minute fact.

Deptt of Gandhian & Peace Studies-Panjab University organises Week-Long Celebration Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti

By Tricitynews Reporter
Chandigarh 02nd October:- The Department of Gandhian & Peace Studies, Panjab University, Chandigarh organized a week-long celebration of the Jayanti of Mahatma Gandhi from 26th September, 2017 to 2nd October, 2017. Dr. Seema Pasricha introduced all the dignitaries to the audience and also informed everybody about the working and achievements of the Department. She elaborated that a Cleanliness Drive Rally was organized followed by activity of cleaning of the Pool around Gandhi Bhawan and its surroundings on 26th September, 2017 in which more than 150 students, University faculty members and non-teaching staff participated.
An On-The-Spot Essay Writing Competition was organized on 27th September, which brought in numerous students from the Colleges of Chandigarh and Punjab University Departments. Further an On-The-Spot Painting Competition was organised on 28th September which attracted a huge number of students from different schools of Chandigarh, Panchkula and Mohali (Tricity).    
A Special Lecture titled, How to Postpone and Prevent Type-2 Diabetes was delivered by Professor Sanjay Kumar Bhadada, Department of Endocrinology, PGIMER, Chandigarh on 29thSeptember in which he educated and informed the gathering about the formula of a healthy lifestyle, to be followed by each and every individual alike.
On the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti, Bharat Bhushan Bharti, Chairman, Haryana Staff Selection Commission delivered a Special Lecture on “Gandhi’s Relevance in the Contemporary World”. In his talk, he highlighted Gandhi’s mantra of non-violence and emphasized on the importance of a Sanskrit phrase (shlok) “Ahimsa Paramo Dharma” which translates to “Non-violence is the ultimate dharma” by Mann (Mind), Vachan (Words) and Karma (Action).
Professor Sanjay Kaushik, Honorary Director, ICSSR, Chandigarh delivered a lecture in which emphasised that we should always try to be ready for any adverse situation and follow Gandhian ideals in the real essence.  
Professor Arun K. Grover, Vice Chancellor, Panjab University presided over the function. The Vice Chancellor, in his address, highlighted on the importance of this day by explaining the history of Mahatma Gandhi and highlighting the requirements of the Contemporary World with the importance of Science and Technology. He also congratulated all the faculty members and others alike and proceeded to emphasise on the fact that we have to work hard further to achieve more.
The Chairperson, Department of Gandhian and Peace Studies & Honorary Director, Gandhi Bhawan, Dr. Ashu Pasricha, extended her warm thanks to all the invited guests and the attendees. Mrs. Manisha Bansal Badal, Director, Postal Services, Punjab Circle, Chandigarh focused her address on the importance of use of in-land and requested everyone to start writing letters.
On this occasion, the Best Mali Award for the year 2017 was awarded to Jagjiwan Kumar, Construction Office, Panjab University, Chandigarh which included a cash award of Rs. 2100/- with an appreciation letter from the Registrar, Col. Guljit Singh Chadha. The Best Volunteer of NSS Award for the year 2017 was awarded to Sandeep, USOL, Panjab University, Chandigarh with a cash award of Rs. 1100/-

After the prize distribution, the results of the Inter-College/PU Departments Competitive Exam (Subjective) on the Autobiography of Mahatma Gandhi titled, “The Story of My Experiments with Truth” and On-The-Spot Drawing/Painting competition were also announced and the students who got Ist, IInd and IIIrd positions were awarded the cash prize of Rs 1000/-, 700/- and 500/- respectively. The names of the winners are Gurpratap Singh Randhawa, P.U. (1st Prize), Mansi Sharma, P.U. (2nd Prize), Gazala Khan, Dev Samaj College of Education, Sector 36, Chandigarh (3rd Prize). For the On-The-Spot Drawing/Painting competition, the names of the winners are, Nitika, Shishu Niketan Model Senior Secondary School, Sector 22-D, Chandigarh (1st Prize), Charushikha, New India Senior Secondary School, Sector 15, Panchkula (2nd Prize), Jasneet Kaur, Shivalik Public School, Phase VI, Mohali (3rdPrize).