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Inter school debate competition on Dogra Rulers held
2/20/2017 11:27:45 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Feb 20: To showcase the history of Dogra rulers Dogri Bhasha Academy in collaboration with Tiny Aspirants Hr Sec School organised Inter school debate competition on Dogra Rulers. The first of its kind, participation from students of Government schools and private schools from across the district with an aim to promote cultural values among students and propagate the culture. Former cabinet Minister and Member Maharaja Gulab Singh trust was chief on this occasion. Speaking on the occasion, the former Minister first appreciated Dogri Bhasha Academy and Principal Tiny Aspirants for its efforts on organising such type of event . He said that the Dogri speaking pe
Bavleen Kour of KCPS excels in Rhythmic Gymnastics
2/20/2017 11:26:27 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Feb 20: Bavleen Kour, a 9th standard student of KC Public School, here brought laurels to the institution by winning prize money in the National Cash Award Rhythmic Gymnastics Championship held at Allahabad in Uttar Pradesh, recently. (Rhythmic Gymnastics is a sport in which individual and group gymnasts use apparatus like clubs, balls, hoops, ribbons and ropes). In this National Cash Award Rhythmic Gymnastics Championship held at Allahabad, Bavleen won gold medal in the Rhythmic Gymnastics in the Clubs category and a bronze medal in the Ball category. Meanwhile, Principal Amarendra Mishra congratulated Bavleen in a special morning assembly for her outstanding
E-learning programme began at GHSC Jaganoo
2/20/2017 11:25:58 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Feb 20: A three-day E-learning progr-amme (fourth batch) started at the centre established in Govt. Higher Secondary School, Jaganoo. In this E-learning programme about 50 teachers deputed from 2 zones viz. zone Jib and zone Majalta. In this programme, training will be imparted to the teachers in which they will be equipped with the latest ICT technology and will be given full opportunity to handle computer at personal level. The training will be imparted by master trainers Narinder Raina, Devinder Dubey and assisted by Rajan Bharti . In the inaugural function, today, Sunita, Senior Lecturer, Govt. Higher Secondary School, Jaganoo is the chief guest. In
NILM organizes Painting Competition in New Rockland Public School
2/20/2017 11:25:48 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Feb 20: National Incredible Literacy Mission organized school level painting competition to aware school children about environmental changes and natural resources. Students of New Rockland Public School, Janipur, Jammu took part in this painting competition which was organized by NILM NGO to aware the school children about green wealth and need of conservation of forest, water and other need full environment resources . This year, the children's paintings will focus on climate change, from the impact of global warming on our planet to concrete actions everyone can take-such as using renewable energy and energy saving light bulbs, sharing vehicles and using p
CGEWCC Sports Meet: NSSO enters Badminton final
2/20/2017 11:25:41 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Feb 20: National Sample Survey Organisation (NSSO) today qualified for the final of Badminton event beating Survey of India 2-1 in the quarterfinals played on the opening day of the annual sports meet of Central Government Employees Welfare Coordination Committee (GCEWCC) at IIIM Indoor Hall, here. In quarterfinals, played today, IIIM beat Central Water Commission (CWC) 2-0 while Survey of India beat Telecommunication 2-0. The NSSO got bye. Earlier, the annual competition was declared open by Deputy Accountant General (Audit), V K Bakshi, who was chief guest. Chief Scientist IIIM, Rajneesh Anand was guest of honour. The organising committee included Sham Lal
DPS bids adieu to outgoing batch of class XII
2/20/2017 11:25:34 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Feb 20 : Delhi Public School Jammu organised Blessing and farewell ceremony "Bazm-e-Rukhsat" for the outgoing batch of Class XII at the Grand Resort. The ceremony commenced with the auspicious lamp lighting followed by blessing ceremony, wherein the students held brightly lit candles in their hands. Principal, DPS Jammu, Ruchi Chabra along with the staff, bestowed blessings upon the children. Devoting the day to the years spent together with friends, teachers and reminiscences of joyous moments, class XI students presented lively array of cultural items. There were soulful songs in English and Hindi, depicting sad separation, glorious days of friendships and
YCET students visit STP, Jammu
2/20/2017 11:25:14 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Feb 20: Students of YCET paid a visit to sewage treatement plant Bhagwati Nagar Jammu.The visit was organized by the Department of Civil Engineering of Yogananda College of Engg and Technology. During the visit Vinod Project Engineer along with his team interacted with the faculty and students and described the functioning of each unit of the plant. The total capacity of the plant is 30MLD where as presently 5MLD is in operation because of less input to the plant. This plant is based on MBBR Technology which is very unique and modern. This plant is having preliminary units, primary units, and secondary units. This STP treats domestic waste. This plant was com
Lal Bahadur Shastri College of Education holds seminar
2/20/2017 11:24:54 PM
Early Times Report kathua, Feb 20: Lal Bahadur Shastri College of Education N.H Rajbagh organised a Seminar on "Awareness among Community about the Problem of Environment" on the Conclusion Day of NSS Week celebrated. Prof Yash Paul Sharma, HOD Urdu Department, Govt Women College, Kathua graced the occasion as Chief Guest and the function was started with the Lighting of Traditional Lamp by the Chief Guest , Prof Yash Paul Sharma and Shakti Kohli, Director of the College and other Guests. Rattan Chand Sharma, NSS Incharge of the unit while welcoming the Guests said that during the NSS week the volunteer planted Trees at Kali Mata Mandir at Jasrotavisited Vill Amala and presented Nukad
JKPS Kunjwani organizes talent competition
2/20/2017 11:24:47 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Feb 20: JK Public School Kunjwani organized Pre- Primary Inter School Talent Competition. Eight reputed schools from Jammu province participated in this mega event. This ceremony was chaired by Guests Raj Daluja, Chairman, JK Educational Society , Brig Sukhdev Singh, Director JK Educational Society, Suman Banbah, Principal JK Public School, Panjtirthi and S.K Singh Principal JK Public School, Kunjwani. The function commenced with the lighting of the ceremonial lamp by the honoured guests along with the Principals of different schools. Banbah, Principal JK Public School, Panjtirthi welcomed all the guests. She highlighted the accomplishments of JKIIAN'S in both
Shiksha Niketan School celebrates Foundation cum Sports Day
2/20/2017 11:24:38 PM
Early Times Report Jammu, Feb 20: The Pushp Vatika a unit of Shiksha Niketan Senior Secondary School, Jeevan Nagar Jammu celebrated its magnificent and reverberating 25th Foundation cum Sports Day in the School premises with exhilaration and fervour. On the occasion, NC leader Surjit Singh Salathia was the chief guest, Ex. President, Press Club, Jammu Sohail Kazmi and others. All the guests were given rousing reception on their arrival and were presented saplings by Rameshwar Mengi, the Principal of the School and other incharges of the school. The function commenced with National Anthem followed with the lighting of the traditional lamp by the Chief Guest, Sp
MBS Club wins opening tie in Sant Surbaksh Hockey
2/20/2017 11:24:18 PM
Early Times Report JAMMU, Feb 20: The MBS Club Simbal Camp won the inaugural match of the 4th Sant Gurbaksh Singh Danna Memorial Hockey Tournament being held under the aegis of Hockey Jammu and Kashmir at K K Hakhu Stadium, here today. The young side of MBS defeated BSF Kashmir 3-1. Shivam Sharma (13th), Jaskaran Deep Singh (29th) and Ramandeep Singh (60th) were the scorers from winning side. From BSF Kashmir, Senapati reduced the margin by converting a penalty corner in the 49th minute. Earlier, the event was declared open by NRI, Joginder Singh Bali (Hong Kong), who was chief guest. Another NRI, Updesh Kour Bali was guest of honour. Others present were Swaran Singh (ARTO), Kulwant S
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