153 students roll up their sleeves for vaccination: The Tribune India

Tribune press service

Jalandhar: A vaccination campaign was carried out against Covid-19 at the campus of Dayanand Model Senior Secondary School, Dayanand Nagar. In the campaign, students belonging to the age group of 15 to 18 were bitten. The medical staff along with their chief medical officer, Dr. Sangeena, received a floral welcome from the school principal as well as the coordinators and members of the fraternity. Nearly 153 students were inoculated with the first dose in the presence of their supportive parents. The principal, Dr. SK Gautam, commended the students for their zeal and enthusiasm in taking photos in these pandemic times.

The school organizes a vaccination camp

The SR Tangri DAV public school in Bilga organized a vaccination camp in collaboration with the civil hospital in Bilga. Children aged 15 to 18 were vaccinated with great enthusiasm in the camp. In this, not only the school, but other children were also vaccinated. In the camp, teachers also received booster doses. On the occasion, Principal Ravi Sharma said that parents can also register their children online through the COWIN portal or on mobile phones. It is also now established that vaccinated people are relatively less affected by Omicron. It is therefore necessary to be vaccinated for its protection. No less than 171 children from the school have already been vaccinated and 61 children were vaccinated today. Apart from these, 15 teachers also took a booster dose.

Analysis of the Union budget

The School of Management, Lyallpur Khalsa College Technical Campus has organized an online budget discussion session titled “360 Degree Analysis of Union Budget 2022” for students. The session started with a PowerPoint presentation on a brief overview and main highlights of the Union Budget 2022-23, followed by a discussion and a question-and-answer session by the students. Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has presented a budget worth Rs 39.45 lakh crore with a massive push in infrastructure spending. Students discussed the budget’s impact on taxation, finance, digital currency, defense, health and sanitation, infrastructure, agriculture, transportation, and education. Following the students’ discussion, Dr. Inderpal Singh (HoD, Management) presented his perspective on the budget and explained how this budget will present new opportunities for the education sector.

Teenagers receive Covid vaccine injections

Extending security coverage for students and staff, STS Global School, Rurka Kalan, organized a vaccination camp under the leadership of Principal Prabhjot Gill with the Health Department of Goraya Civil Hospital. The camp was held on February 2 for STS World School students in the 15-18 age group. Well qualified team of ASHA workers Rajinder Kaur and Kamla Devi led by Dr. Saloni Community Health Officer Dhesian Kahna. Online registration was done by Sanjeev Kumar. During the camp, the students shared their gratitude and expressions with the teachers and mentioned that the occasional health-oriented advice given by the teachers during the online sessions had facilitated their decision to get vaccinated safely. on the campus. Parents also came to thank the Chief Executive Officer of Malti School and Principal Prabhjot Gill for an encouraging initiative.

Session on the importance of healthy eating

The DIPS school chain held an online activity on snack filling and sandwich making. During the online course, the students, with the help of their parents, prepared snacks and sandwiches. Students decorated snacks with cherries, cream, fruit crisps, etc. and made nutritious sandwiches by adding vegetables, buttercream, etc. During this fireless cooking activity, the students had the chance to show off their cooking skills. The teachers explained to the students the different vitamins, proteins and minerals found in fruits and green vegetables. Fruits and vegetables are a good source of vitamins and minerals. They are an excellent source of dietary fiber. The directors insisted on the importance of a diet rich in fruits and vegetables. Participants spoke confidentially about their dish regarding the various health benefits of eating healthy to live healthy and stay happy.

Role of chemistry in human health

Hans Raj Mahila Maha Vidyalaya’s R. Venkataraman Chemical Company organized ‘Chemcare – Saving Human Health and the Environment’ under the leadership of Senior Professor Ajay Sareen. On the occasion, creation of posters/writing of slogans, scientific rangoli and PowerPoint presentation were organized on the themes “Role of chemistry in human health and green chemistry and environment”. In the poster design competition, Neha Maqsood, Chesta Meena and Pratiksha won first, second and third prize respectively. Dr. Simmi and Dr. Nitika judged the science rangoli in which Pooja and Nisha got the first prize, Muskan and Prabhjot got the second prize, and Taranpreet and Devangi got the third prize. In the PowerPoint presentation, Dr. Shuchi and Ravi gave a judgment in which Navjit and Twinkle won the first prize, Kulwinder won the second prize, Alka and Priyanka won the third prize.

Four are placed in the Yes Bank

Students from Lyallpur Khalsa College Technical Campus Management Department namely David, Muskan, Manjinder and Sourabhjeet have been selected in Yes Bank as SEOs with a salary package of Rs 2.4 Lakhs per year and incentives. Sukhbir Singh Chatha, Director of Academic Affairs, congratulated the students and their parents on their achievement. Dr. SK Sood, Director, LKCTC, and Dr. Inderpal Singh, HOD, Management, also wished the students good luck for their future.

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