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  • SWACHH BHARAT Summer Internship Commenced At Mata Gujri College
    Date: 2018-06-04
    Swachh Bharat Summer internship under the aegis of Ministry of Human Resource Ministry, Government of India inaugurated at Mata Gujri College, Fatehgarh Sahib. Fifty-three Students of different departments of the college voluntarily registered under this internship. Director-Principal Dr. Kashmir Singh while inaugurating the internship said that students can contribute for clean society under this internship. He emphasized that cleanliness in the life and society is the need of hour and such programmes may bring positive change in the life of people. The internship was inaugurated by honoring Safai Sewaks of the college. Prof Anupreet Singh Tiwana, Head, Department of Geography said that students will start cleanliness drive and activities after conducting survey of five villages of the district including Panjoli Kalan, Bhaironpur, Dhunda, Jakhwali and Sidwan. The main objective of this program of the government of India is to motivate rural society for cleanliness and healthy life. People will be made aware about preservation of environment, need of cleanliness and health problems through Nukkad Natak, Rallies, Skits, Short films and Lecture by experts during this internship. Quiz, Essay Writing, Speech and Slogan Making competitions regarding Swachh Bharat Abhiyan will be conducted for students. Professor Bikramjit Singh Sandhu, Dean Academics while delivering special lecture said that students’ personality development should be of such kind which could bring mental as well as material cleanliness in the society.Prof. Jupinder Singh, Prof. Taranpreet Kaur, Dr.Dilip Singh, Dr. Satnam Singh, Prof. Joga Singh, Prof. Harsimran Singh, Dr. Inderjit Singh, Prof. Avneet Kaur and large number of students were present on this occasion.
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  • Mata Gujri College conducted survey of five villages under UBA
    Date: 2018-06-14
    The students conducted the survey of five villages namely Sidhwan, Panjoli Kalan, Dhunda, Bharionpur and Jakhwali under the Unnat Bharat Abhiyan. This new scheme has been introduced by the Government of India for the comprehensive development of the rural areas of the country. The students of the Mata Gujri College focused their survey to understand the problems faced by the rural society. The Director-Principal Dr. Kashmir Singh stated that the students collected the detailed information of the socio-economic profile of each household. The students also provided detailed information about the government schemes, environment protection, cleanliness and health problems to the respective villagers. The students will try to establish such mechanism through which it would be easy to implement schemes of the state. Prof. Anupreet Singh Tiwana, Head of the Geography department stated that the students will try their level best to develop the local resources and to encourage the sustainable development of the adopted villages. Prof. Taranpreet Kaur, Dr Satnam Singh, Prof. Joga Singh, Prof. Harsimran Singh, Dr. Navjit Kaur, Dr Inderjit Singh and Prof Avneet Kaur encouraged and helped the students during the process of surveying. The Sarpanchs and local residents of the respective villages also cooperated the students during data collection.
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  • Mata Gujri College organizes special lecture on Personal Hygiene and Health
    Date: 2018-06-17
    Under the Swachh Bharat Internship Programme being conducted at Mata Gujri College, a special lecture on Personal Hygiene and Health was organized. Dr. Deepika Suri from Rana Hospital, Sirhind, whose name has been recorded in Guinness Book of World Records, told the students that negligence towards personal hygiene gives birth to dangerous diseases. Instead of buying expensive products for personal hygiene and health, the youngsters should try to live their life naturally. Director-Principal, Dr. Kashmir Singh told that good health is the foundation of success and youth should take nutritious diet and make physical exercise a part of their daily routine. Addressing the students on this occasion, Prof. Taranpreet Kaur told the students that they should pay attention to personal hygiene and health along with the cleanliness of their household. Prof. Anupreet Singh Tiwana, Head, Department of Geography advised the students that use of artificial perfumes and detergents give rise to dangerous diseases and becoming a cause of depletion of the ozone layer. Dr. Inderjeet Singh conducted the stage on this occasion. Dr. Satnam Singh, Prof. Joga Singh, Prof. Harsimran Singh and faculty members from various departments participated in this discussion.
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