Investor Awareness Webinar: The Tribune India



A webinar on “Financial Education: A trademark of NEP has been organized in the institute under the aegis of the Association of Mutual Funds in India. The Securities and Exchange Board of India is the supreme controller of the financial sector in India. Under the aegis of the board of directors, together with all financial service providers, investors are made aware of safe investment methods as well as ways to ensure financial security. The webinar was opened by Dr Rajesh Bagga, Director of the Apeejay Institute of Management and Engineering. In his remarks, Dr Bagga said that financial literacy is a hot topic right now. At present, the Covid-19 has raised many questions before us. At this time, financial empowerment is also a relevant topic for all of us. Learning financial planning is imperative for everyone these days. Dr Bagga also expressed his gratitude to the Association of Mutual Funds in India for hosting this webinar. The event organizer was Dr Anu Sahi, head of the finance club. Dr Sahi, while providing information on the program, thanked AMFI for organizing this webinar jointly with the institute. She introduced the resource person for the session Surya Kant Sharma. She mentioned that the webinar had an enthusiastic turnout and that more than 500 participants have registered for the webinar which was also attended by teachers, employees and common investors.

NBA accreditation workshop

Jalandhar: A two-day workshop on the NBA accreditation process was held at Mehr Chand Polytechnic College as part of AICTE’s “Margdarshan Scheme”, New Delhi, in collaboration with the Sant Longowal Institute of Engineering and Technology (SLIET), Longowal. Professor RK Garg, Director of the National Institute of Technology, opened the workshop as the main guest. Professor Shailendra Jain, Director, SLIET, was the guest of honor, who joined this workshop via the online mode. Chief Program Coordinator Prof Ajat Shatru Arora along with members of his team Prof Surita Maini and Prof RK Sexena gave keynote addresses on the NBA process, its formatting, criteria and distribution notes, administrative best practices and SWOT analysis. The Director, Dr Jagroop Singh, thanked the team for organizing the workshop for their staff members and motivating them towards best practice in teaching and learning and a step towards excellence in teaching. job. About 30 participants from various disciplines attended the two-day workshop. Dr Rajeev Bhatia, HOD, performed the job of stage secretary.

Garden tour for toddlers

Jalandhar Cantt State Public School organized a tour of a kindergarten toddler garden. As the children gathered in the garden, the excitement was palpable and the spirit was strong. This happy and heartwarming scenario was observed during the visit. The eternal positive impact of green fruits and vegetables on health was told to them through this live tour. President Dr Narotam Singh and Principal Savina Bahl appreciated the teachers’ efforts and their success in bringing toddlers closer to nature.

Softball Inter-College C’ship

Kanya Maha Vidyalaya’s softball team won the silver medal at the inter-varsity championship hosted by Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar. The KMV team, made up of Ramandeep Kaur, Lakshmi, Manisha, Kavita, Akshita and Anushka, was also selected at All-India Inter University. Head teacher Dr Atima Sharma Dwivedi congratulated the students on their achievement. She claimed that KMV players have many facilities, including free education, a hostel, a mess and transportation. They take great advantage of the state-of-the-art infrastructure including a gymnasium, health club, swimming pool, and sprawling playgrounds. All of these exceptional installations generate excellent results. Professor Atima Sharma Dwivedi also indicated that KMV will continue to provide these facilities to students who continue to prove their courage in sports. The director also praised the efforts of Dr Davinder, Baldina and Pardeep Saini for this achievement.

Jagriti tops the B.Design exams

The students of B.Design (multimedia) Sem VI of the College of Fine Arts of Apeejay made the pride of their college by winning the first places. Jagriti and Akshit scored 593/600 and took first place in university exams. Gracedeep scored 588, Mukhdeep Kaur scored 583 and Ritik Loomba scored 582 of 600 and clinched third, fourth and fifth positions respectively. The Director, Dr Neerja Dhingra, congratulated and appreciated the hard work of the students and motivated them to keep morale high throughout the session. She also praised Varinder Saggu, Ankit Goel and Diptesh Naskar from the Department of Multimedia for giving appreciable results.

Activity on road safety rules

A “Keep it Safe” activity was organized in the five Innocent Hearts schools in the InnoKids pre-primary wing in which the children of KG II participated with great enthusiasm. In the classes, the teachers made the children aware of the rules for walking safely on the road. They said that when crossing the road we should look left and right. It was explained through posters showing the traffic rules that the red light indicates the stop, the yellow light indicates the readiness and the green light indicates the start. “We should always use the zebra crossing when walking and keep the speed limit in mind when driving. Never use a phone while driving and should always wear a seat belt while driving, ”he said. Alka Arora, Deputy Director of InnoKids, explained the rules to children for safe walking on the road. She asked the children to be very careful when getting on the school bus. She said traffic rules should be followed completely. TNS


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