calligraphy contest: The Tribune India

Tribune press service

Jalandhar: Eklavya School, Partappura, held a cross-sectional English calligraphy competition on its campus. The school president, JKGupta, encouraged the children to participate in the calligraphy contest. The school principal, Seema Handa, enjoyed the toddlers’ writing. All the pupils of the pre-primary wing took part. The evaluation was made by the judges based on writing style, curves and patterns, readability and sharpness, embellishment, etc. In kindergarten, Harkeerat was first, Sargun second, Khushpreet third in English. In mathematics, Harkeerat came first, Khushpreet second, and Sargun third. In LKG class, Kiara came first, Jeevan second, Gurjot third in English. In math, Jeevan was first, Disha second and Kiara third. In the UKG class, Parmeet was first, Simrat second and Vaneet third in English. In mathematics, Parmeet came first, Simrat second and Mankirat third. In Hindi, Parmeet was first, Mankirat second and Simrat third. The school administrator, Dimple Malhotra, distributed appreciation badges to students who have good handwriting.

Students attend an online lecture

Kanya Maha Vidyalaya hosted an online lecture as part of the International Series (Chapter on Chemistry) on “Supramolecular Chemistry and its Intriguing Potential Applications”. The conference was organized by the Department of Chemistry of the PG. To instill scientific temperament and research curiosity in students, an initiative was taken by KMV to organize interactive sessions with internationally renowned scientists. The conference was attended by more than 200 students with zeal and enthusiasm. Dr. Subhamay Pramanik, Department of Chemistry, University of Kansas, USA, was the resource person for the conference. Dr. Pramanik, during his lecture, gave a brief overview of the importance of supramolecular chemistry to understand the interaction of molecules and the different spectroscopic techniques for its characterization. His interaction made it easier for KMVites to understand the fundamentals of spectroscopy techniques. Principal Atima Sharma Dwivedi commended the efforts of PG Department of Chemistry for organizing such a live interactive conference with renowned scientists. She affirmed that the students as well as the professors benefited from this wonderful opportunity to learn the concepts of science from international scholars, which otherwise would never have been possible.