Green Grove Public School Ludhiana observes World Ozone Day
Green Grove Public School celebrated World Ozone Day. Students in class 11 Mehak Hundal, Sukhjot and Pridhi, and Shreya in class 9 presented speeches and Powerpoint presentations to improve people’s knowledge and inspire them to help save the ozone layer through modest efforts but effective.
Discussion on ozone depletion and protection
World Ozone Day was celebrated at the Center for One Health, Guru Angad Dev Veterinary and University of Animal Sciences. The event was held within the framework of the ICAR-Institutional Development Plan-National Agricultural Higher Education Project (IDP-NAHEP). Over 90 participants, including students and faculty, joined in this event. Randhir Singh, Co-Organizing Secretary and Professor of the Center for One Health, welcomed Lakhvir Kaur Dhaliwal, Professor of Agricultural Meteorology, Department of Climate Change and Agricultural Meteorology, Agricultural University of Punjab. During her expert conference, she spoke about “the depletion and protection of the ozone layer”.
BCM Kindergarten Celebrates Nutrition Week
BCM Kindergarten, Basant Avenue, Dugri, Ludhiana celebrated Nutrition Week. Teachers explained to students the importance of Fruit Day, Vegetable Day, Grain Day, Protein Day, and Dairy Day. The children shared pictures with their healthy plates. The teachers told the students to maintain a healthy routine.
BVM, Kitchlu Nagar Honors Swachhta Ambassadors
BVM, Kitchlu Nagar, Ludhiana, sensitized the community under Swachhta Pakhwada. The school organized a community awareness program, a green school campaign, participation in Swachhta, a hand washing day, a personal hygiene day and a Swachhta exhibition. The school also honored the Swachhta Ambassadors. The junior students collected pieces of paper, dry leaves, plants to maintain and water. Sangeeta Gupta shared the scientific benefits of Swachh and homemade food.
Ramgarhia Girls College students shine in PU exam
The students of Ramgarhia Girls College, Ludhiana, brought laurels to the college by winning first places in the fourth semester exam for Masters in Vocal Music at the University of Punjab. Tanishq Kaur Anand dominated the university reaching 86.7%, Harmandeep Kaur got the third position with 86.3%. Priyanka got the eighth position in college with 83.7%. Damanpreet Kaur took the ninth position with 83.6% and Daljeet Kaur took the tenth position scoring 83.3%.