Tribune News Service
Ludhiana, March 20
Malwa Central College of Education for Women held its 61st annual convocation today. Panjab University Vice-Chancellor Prof Raj Kumar Singh was the chief guest on the occasion.
The event commenced with recital of Shabads. Principal Dr Naginder welcomed the chief guest. She presented the annual report highlighting various achievements of the students.
On the occasion, 238 degrees were awarded to MEd and BEd students by the chief guest and the college principal.
Prof Raj Kumar advised the students to contribute in nation building through their services by inculcating values, helping the students to attain excellence in education and building the characters of the future generations.
Jaspreet Kaur of MEd and Rohini Kapoor were awarded with the college roll for standing first in the college and fourth in the PU.
Devki Devi Jain Memorial College for Women
Devki Devi Jain Memorial College for Women also organised the convocation today. In total, 990 students were awarded degrees. PU Vice-Chancellor Prof Raj Kumar was the chief guest. The event began with a majestic and grand academic procession followed by rendition of Namokar Mantra.
Principal Dr Sarita Bahl and Nand Kumar Jain, president, College Managing Committee welcomed Prof Raj Kumar.
Dr Bahl presented the annual report which highlighted achievements of students in academics, sports and cultural activities.
The PUV-C said, “Being a guardian of the university, I will leave no stone unturned in taking the institution and the university to greater heights.”
He added that by educating a girl we can educate a family and in turn the whole society.
Five students, including Raveena, Rupinder Kaur, Kumari Kanika, Samridhi Juneja and Shalu were conferred upon the Roll of Honour and 13 students were given College Colour.
Guru Nanak Girls College
Guru Nanak Girls College, Model Town, held its annual convocation today. Dr RS Bawa, Vice-Chancellor, Chandigarh University, was the chief guest. The event commenced by seeking blessings of the Almighty and students recited Shabads.
Degrees were conferred on 1,009 students, including 637 graduates from the disciplines of BA, BSc, BSc (Honours), Biotech, BCom, BCA and BSc (FD), among others and 372 post-graduates. Roll of Honour was also awarded to 10 students and 45 students were given College Colour. Principal Dr Charanjit Mahal presented the annual report highlighting the achievements of the college.
Dr Bawa felicitated the students and exhorted them to strive for excellence in the globalised world.