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BSSS to hold farewell for seniors today

india Updated: Feb 17, 2007 14:48 IST

BHOPAL SCHOOL of Social Sciences (BSSS) will hold a farewell for final year students of B Com, BCA and BA Management on February 17 on the college premises. The programme will begin with a prayer song ‘Showers of blessings on you’. HoD (humanities) Dr Jagtar Kaur Chawla, HoD (computer) Prof Archana Naik, HoD (management) Prof T M Thomas and HoD (commerce) Dr Sr Johnsy Matthew will deliver speeches wishing luck to students. Nominated and elected class representatives will also deliver speeches.

Mr and Ms BSSS will be selected on the basis of attendance, academic performance and achievements.  Games based on tongue twisters, just a minute and ad jingles will be other attractions of the day.

Govt BHEL College students get training
GOVERNMENT PG BHEL College students recently visited Pandit Kunjilal Dubey Sansadiya Vidyapeeth near Old Vidhan Sabha and they were taken to new Vidhan Sabha to be trained on the proceedings of parliament. Faculty (political science) Dr Shanti Shrivastava and Dr Meena Saxena took 55 students of BSc, B Com and BA to receive the training.

Jewellery-making classes at Nutan
SAROJINI NAIDU Government Girls’ PG College recently organised  jewellery making classes for 15 days. The classes were organised in two sessions daily and about 100 students from various departments attended the classes.
Final year student (sociology) Vinita and final year student (home science) Nishi Shukla taught students to make bridal jewellery including mangalsutra and jewellery for casual wear.

Speech competition to be held
STUDENTS FROM around 16 colleges in the City will take part in a debate/ speech competition to be organised by Pandit Kunjilal Dubey Rastriya Sansadiya Vidyapeeth on February 21. The debate will be held in Career College, BHEL. The topic for the competition will be based on whether films like Lage Raho Munnabhai and Rang De Basanti help students inculcate positive or negative values.

IEHE toppers awarded 
TOPPERS IN various subjects for 2005 and 2006 of the Institute For Excellence in Higher education (IEHE) were awarded memorial prizes recently. For 2006, in the commerce section the Chaturbhuj Garg award went to BCom (Honours) Accounts student Nupur Bansal. The Hiralal Gupta award went to BCom (Hons) Management student Meena Kanjani.

In arts, the Ratan Khare award was presented to BA (Hons)  Economics student Era Tiwari, MC Trikha award to BA (Honours) Political Science student Aditi Jain, Radha Sharma award to BA (Hons) Psychology student Janaki Kaveeshvar and Balraj Khanna award to BA (Hons) History student Neha Shrivastava.

In the science section, the Sakharam Pagey award went to BSc (Hons) Mathematics student Shardha Kaparia, Nandram Hundet award to BSc (Hons) Computer Science student Charu Sarmandal, Gendalal Choudhary award for physics to Swati Tripathi.
At the PG level, the SR Marwah award for the topper in Master of Business Economics (MBE) went to Snehal Purandare. The Kirti Maini award for topper in general knowledge test went to Ajesh P George. DK Dey award for optimum use of library was given to Chandan Singh. Director’s Medal went to Sonam Takhtani of BSc (Honours) Computer Science. BA (Hons) Economics student Chitra Agrawal received Sarju Devi Vijayvergiya award for best all rounder (girl). Memorial prizes for toppers of 2005 were also distributed.
 Compiled by Arpita Mitra.