Inter-religious meet at BSSS
TO FOSTER peace, unity, harmony and friendship among youth of different religious communities, Bhopal School of Social Sciences (BSSS) organised an inter-religious dialogue on November 17 in the college premises. Reputed preachers of respective religions spoke on the occasion.india Updated: Nov 18, 2006 17:35 IST
TO FOSTER peace, unity, harmony and friendship among youth of different religious communities, Bhopal School of Social Sciences (BSSS) organised an inter-religious dialogue on November 17 in the college premises. Reputed preachers of respective religions spoke on the occasion.
Justice RD Shukla spoke on Hinduism, Guru Charan Singh Arora on Sikhism, Dr Fr Anpu Raj on Christianity, Dr Prof Hamidullah Nadvi on Islam and BK Kiran on social values. Besides lectures, a question-answer session among students and experts was held.
NLIU students win laurels
NATIONAL LAW Institute University (NLIU) students recently won several prizes in national level sports meet ‘Spiritus’ held at National Law School, Bangalore.
In table tennis, NLIU students Amit Pal, Sankalp Kachar and Tanuj Hazare won prizes. In women’s tennis, winners from NLIU were Parmeet Walia and Kritika Agrawal. In women’s badminton, Sangeeta Chakravarty and Madhvi Nilluri were the winners from NLIU, while in carrom Sanjeev Banjare and Vivek Chaudhary from the same institute emerged winners. About 700 students from 28 colleges all across the country participated in the sports meet.
NLIU coffee corner
NATIONAL LAW Institute University (NLIU) students will soon have a new coffee corner by Nestle India in the college premises.
A readymade booth will be implanted on the newly constructed platform, along with umbrellas and seating arrangement for 30 students. The coffee corner will be inaugurated on November 20.
Hot beverages like tea, coffee, soup, lemon tea, masala tea, apple tea, badam milk, cappuccino and mochaccino along with cold beverages like cold coffee, cold badam milk, iced tea lemon, chocolate drinks and snacks like instant noodles will be available at the corner, which will cater to students and visitors alike.
Fancy dress at Anand Vihar
ANAND VIHAR College for Women (AVCW) organised a colourful combination of fancy dress and mono-act on November10.
Principal Dr PK Rai and the entire staff were present on the occasion.
The first prize went to Shikha Mittal who dressed as marble statue and Shikha Asodia who dressed and acted like a young school going child.
The winner of second prize was Madhu Singh (as Komolika of television serial ‘Kasauti Zindagi Ki’) and Shipra Pandit (as Don) won the third prize. The consolation prizes went to Nidhi Sharma (as Mirabai) and Surabhi Kale (as Kareena Kapoor).
AVCW also held a parent-teachers’ meet on November 11 in which teachers addressed parents on several agenda including attendance, students’ council, college activities and students’ attraction towards tuition classes. They also invited suggestions from parents, HOD (Commerce) Sandhya Gupta said.
Delegation, seminar at Chitransh
AN US–CANADIAN delegation visited Chitransh ADPG College on November 9 and conducted a seminar on ‘Study in USA and Canada’. The seminar was organised jointly by Chitransh College and Pace Academy.
The delegation including Dr Barry Michie from Kansas State University, Todd Mc Donald from Iowa college, Bethney Galipeau from Virginia, Mark Herringer from Malispena College, Canada, Bindu Nayar from Law College, USA and SB Anumolu from Indus Academy, USA elaborated about graduate, post graduate and doctoral courses in the United States and Canada. They also spoke on procedures for loans/scholarships.
About 300 students from technical and non-technical colleges in the City including those from LNCT, BIST, TIT, IEHE, BSSS and Extol attended the seminar.
Compiled by Arpita Mitra. Photo by Mujeeb Faruqui