Postgraduate Government College (PGGC) held Sector 11, 64th Anniversary Convocation, which awarded 492 degrees to students.
Chief Guest Maninder Bains, Additional Chief Secretary of Assam Govt., Graced the three students.
Baines, an alumnus of the college, spoke about the importance of college education, praising the efforts of students. He encouraged students to join the PGGC Alumni Association and contribute to the upliftment of their education before they wish them well for their next endeavors.
Principal of the college Sangam Kapoor presented the annual report and explained the achievement of the students. He encouraged graduates to contribute to the holistic development of their college.
Ambala has won the Railway Cleanliness Award
A total of 14 shields were presented to the Ambala division by the General Manager during the 67th celebration of Railway Sector 2022 held in New Delhi recently. Divisional Railway Manager Gurinder Mohan Singh said, Ambala won best cleanliness, Chandigarh coaching depot best coaching depot among others.
Home Science College hosts the event
The Government Home Science College, Sector 10, has organized its 52nd Annual Event and Prize Distribution Program. About 200 graduates and postgraduates were awarded degrees. UT Administration Secretary of Education, Poorva Garg was the chief guest of the occasion.
The focus of research on GGDSD is focused
Library Section and Reader’s Club, Goswami Ganesh Dutta Sanatana Dharma College, Sector 32, organized an extensive workshop on enhancing the visibility and impact of research on Saturday. The workshop focused on various aspects of educational portals
There was a conference on Smart Investing
The meeting was held at the Tagore Theater in association with Citizens Awareness Group for the Azadi Ka Amrit Jubilee. At a conference on ‘Wealth Creation through the Capital Market’, city experts, including representatives, spoke about making smart investments. The conference was organized by the Department of Investment and Public Asset Management.
It has been reported that jewelery and valuables were stolen at the house on September 8
Police have filed a case against unknown accused after a reported theft from a house in Sector 8. Sandeep Kalia, 55, of Sector 8, has stolen three diamond rings, four gold rings, two gold earrings and a pair of Sahara gold. On July 7, at his residence, two stolen diamonds, two gold saris, one gold locket, one Mars formula, one gold saru set, four silver bowls, and the stolen jewelery were found before the house was out. Meals. A case was registered at the Sector 3 police station on June 10 under Section 380 (theft) of the Indian Penal Code.