The school hosts a webinar: The Tribune India

Karnal: A virtual webinar on “Home-School Connection for Academic Success” was organized by Mount Litera Zee School, Karnal, for parents in grades III-VII. Director Deep Bedi along with the staff and parents enthusiastically participated. Dr Shyamala Dalvi, psychologist, was the resource person for the day. She stressed the importance of the collaboration of parents and teachers for the progress of a child. She asked to establish a healthy routine for the child as well as for the parents. She insisted that parents have an open conversation with their child. They should spend quality time with them. She advised two hours “no screen time” for all family members. Parents’ questions were resolved by the resource person.

Online parent-teacher meeting

Karnal: The internal quality assurance unit of KVA DAV College for Women, Karnal, organized an online parent-teacher meeting via Google meet with the vision of interacting with parents and informing them about the academic performance of their pupil. Director Renu Mehta said the meeting was aimed at gathering feedback from parents to improve the learning experience in their ward. She said that all of the faculty members have inspired their students to further strengthen their positives and overcome their weaknesses diligently. In total, 349 parents of students belonging to the three streams – Arts (84), Sciences (115) and Business (150) – undergraduate and postgraduate courses participated in the meeting and gave a positive opinion on the college and how it works. at this crucial time.

Students land eight first positions

Yamounanagar: Eight students from Mukand Lal National College, Yamunanagar landed eight senior positions in the Masters of Chemistry Exam (Third Semester) held in March 2021 by Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra. The students who reached the top 10 positions are Upasana (first with 93 percent of marks), Shiwani (second with 90 percent of marks), Harsimran (third with 89 percent of marks), Harkeerat Kaur (fourth with 88.75 percent of ratings), Kirna (fifth with 88 percent of ratings), Mehak (sixth with 87.75 percent of ratings), Sunaina (seventh with 87 percent of ratings) and Sakshi (tenth with 84 points ). Dr Rahul Khanna, principal officiant of the college, congratulated the students, their parents and the head of the department, Dr Sunita Sharma.

21 girls got a scholarship

Yamounanagar: No less than 21 students from Seth Jai Parkash Polytechnic in Damla have been selected for the Indian government’s AICTE-Pragati scholarship. Each student will receive Rs 50,000 for this scholarship. The main motto of this program is to motivate students towards technical education. Mandeep Singh, head of the institute’s scholarship wing, said every female student can apply for this scholarship immediately upon admission to the AICTE website through Polytechnic. The principal, Anil Kumar Budhiraja, congratulated these students.

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