Chandigarh adviser visits Panjab University

UT adviser Dharam Pal was accompanied by Chandigarh DGP Praveer Ranjan and education secretary Sarpreet Singh Gill
UT adviser Dharam Pal (right) on a visit to Panjab University on Tuesday. (HT PHOTO)
UT adviser Dharam Pal (right) on a visit to Panjab University on Tuesday. (HT PHOTO)
Published on Oct 13, 2021 02:46 AM IST
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By HT Correspondent, Chandigarh

The adviser to the administrator, Chandigarh, Dharam Pal, visited Panjab University on Tuesday along with DGP Praveer Ranjan and education secretary Sarpreet Singh Gill. Professor Raj Kumar, vice-chancellor, PU, accompanied the officials for a visit to the Central Instrumentation Laboratory, Gandhi Bhavan, various offices located at Students’ Centre, Dr Harvansh Singh Judge Institute of Dental Sciences and Hospital and Human Resource Development Centre located in north and south campuses of the varsity.

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