Faridabad: A webinar on the subject of “Hindi journalism- as we speak and tomorrow” was organised by JC Bose College of Science and Know-how, YMCA, Faridabad, to commemorate “Hindi Patrakarita Diwas”. The webinar was a part of the continued webinar sequence titled “Media Ki Baat – Aapke Sath” organised by the division of communications and media expertise of the college. The keynote speaker, Padma Shri Alok Mehta, a veteran journalist and author, emphasised on the necessity of optimistic reporting within the media to instill confidence and create consciousness amongst individuals through the Covid pandemic. The veteran journalist stated though Udant Martand, the primary Hindi newspaper of India, was revealed from Calcutta in 1826, it woke up the individuals of India for Independence. He stated that since then, the Indian media has undergone by means of many technical and content-based adjustments. He applauded the efforts of the division for conducting such webinars and stated it could present a platform for college students to get data and experience on media points.
Karnal: A digital session of profession counselling for Class X was organised at Pratap Public College, Sector 6, Karnal, by Principal Dr Puja Walia Mann and a bunch of school members – Ravinder Singh, Sandeep Thakur, Anil Rana and Shipra Gupta. Greater than 200 college students joined the session by means of Google Meet. College students participated inquisitively and shared their doubts and queries about choosing streams after Class X. The session helped the at dwelling to deliberate upon higher profession choices in future.
World No Tobacco Day at CUH
Mahendragarh: The Central College of Haryana (CUH) organised a digital programme on “World No Tobacco Day” with Vice-Chancellor Prof RC Kuhad administering a pledge to educating and non-teaching staff to not eat tobacco, to inspire others and unfold consciousness on this regard. “The variety of casualties as a consequence of ailments attributable to the consumption of tobacco and its merchandise is growing the world over yearly so our collective efforts can realise the dream of a tobacco-free society,” he added. Prof Dinesh Gupta, dean college students welfare, and Dr Anand Sharma, deputy dean (college students welfare) additionally expressed their views on the event.