Friday, February 25, 2011

Dilpreet and Seerat Chugh best athletes of Gurukul Global School

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
Dronacharya House claimed the overall trophy as curtains on the sports week of Gurukul Global School came down today. Dilpreet Kaur of Class VII, who won  five medals, was adjudged the best athlete. She participated in chess, skating, gymnastics and carrom. Seerat Chugh was chosen the best athlete in the junior category.
In senior skating (boys ) , Parashar House bagged the first position and Amay Razdan won the gold medal. In senior girls category Bhrigu House took the lead and Jahnavi won the gold medal. In classes III to V boys category, Parashar House were the winners and Rishit Puri won the gold medal. In the girls category Bhrigu House topped and Ayushi won the gold medal.
In gymnastics, Dronacharya House took the cake and Vikrant Rana won the gold medal in the senior boys category and Vishwamitra topped in the senior girls category an Isha Sharma won the gold medal. Bhrigu House were the toppers in the junior boys category and Aryan Sharma won the gold medal. In the girls category Dronacharya Hhouse topped and Aparna Tiwari won the gold medal.
 Chief Electoral Oficer, Haryana, Mr SK Setia was the chief guest and distributed the prizes.
The Sports week marked various inter and intra house competitions of chess, table tennis, basketball, lawn tennis, skating, taekwondo, carrom, gymnastics and aerobics were observed. Sports Week was celebrated to inculcate the values of sportsmanship and to encourage the students for their participation in sports.
Sports are indispensable for the physical as well as mental growth of children and Gurukul Global School provides ample opportunities to students to excel in their interested spheres.
Mr. S.K. Setia, alongwith Principal, Mrs Aruna Bhardwaj and Managing Director, Mr. Parveen Setia distributed certificates and medals to the winners of various sports.
Mr. S.K. Setia congratulated all the participants and said, “ It is more important to participate in any event than winning the game.” He appreciated the efforts of Gurukul Global School in raising young gems and future stars of the nation.
Congratulating the students, Principal, Mrs. Aruna Bhardwaj said, “ Nothing comes as destiny, the students need to put their efforts to achieve the desired goal.” She added “The willingness to participate in any event is the first step towards winning. The students should put in their hard work to achieve better results and must make use of the expertise of their teachers and coaches”. She wished good luck to them for the upcoming exams.

Holland football team to play in Haryana

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
A Holland football club, Ado Den Haag, signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Haryana Football Association and FICCI to popularise football in Haryana.
          Disclosing  this here  today, HFA president Deepender Singh Hooda, who is also Member Parliament said that Ado Den Haag under-16 team was scheduled to play four matches in Haryana. The first match would be played at Faridabad on March 1, at village Badli in district Jhajjar on March 3, at Rohtak on March 5 and at Gurgaon on March 8.
          The coach, technical advisor and administrator alongwith their under-16 team will be arriving on February 27 to play under-16 football matches for boys in both rural and urban areas of Haryana, he added.
         HFA senior vice-president and MLA from Badli constituency said that the MoU was the result of the efforts made by Deepender Singh Hooda. The football match to be played between the team of Holland and Haryana at Badli on March 3 would be declared open by  Deepender Singh Hooda. It would boost the morale of the football lovers in rural area. It would not only create the spirit of brotherhood, but also encourage sports talent of the rural area.
          Hitherto international level sports events used to be organised only in the urban areas, but Mr Hooda had set a new example in the history of sports by organising international football match in the rural area. It would definitely promote games in the rural area, he added.

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

National Science Dayat GJUST on Feb 28

by Haryananewswire (Balbir0
 National Science Day will be observed on February 28 by Chemistry Department of Guru Jambheshwar University of Science and Technology, Hisar and a function would be organized to mark the occasion.
          While stating this here today, Prof. J.K. Sharma, Head of Chemistry Department said that Padam Bhushan Prof. N.K. Ganguly, President JIPMER, Pondicherry and former Director General, ICMR would be the Chief Guest in the function. Dr M.L. Ranga, Vice Chancellor of the University would preside over the function and Registrar, Prof. R.S. Jaglan would be the distinguished guest in the function.
          Prof. J.K. Sharma said that the year 2011 has been declared as International Chemistry Year. On this occasion,prizes would be given away to the winners of the competitions of poster making, article writing, paper reading and science quiz. These competitions would be organised in the Departments of Food Technology, Mathematics, Applied Physics and Chemistry.
          The students of various wings of the Universities, Fateh Chand College for Women, Hisar, D.N. College, Hisar, PG Government College, Hisar, CRM Jat College, Hisar, Government College for Women, Hisar, Home Science College and Basic Science College of HAU, Hisar would take part in these competitions, he added.

Sunday, February 20, 2011

Haryana to appoint 168 ground managers (sports)

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
The Haryana Government has decided to appoint 168 ground managers and an equal number of ground men of various games for promotion of sports in the state.    
     This was disclosed by  State Minister for Sports and Youth Affairs Sukhbir Kataria
 after dedicating community centre built at a cost of Rs.50 lakh at Jyoti Park, Gurgaon today. 
        He said that out of the total 168 ground managers, 18 ground managers would be appointed in district Bhiwani, 9 in Sirsa, 12 in Hisar, 6 each in Ambala and Kaithal, 8 in Jind, 17 in Rohtak, 13 in Jhajjar, 16 in Sonipat, 5 each in Mahendragarh, Kurukshetra, Palwal and Rewari, 4 each in Gurgaon, Faridabad and Fatehabad, 7 each in Mewat, Yamunanagar, Panipat, Karnal and Mewat and 3 in Panchkula. 
        Similarly, out of the total 168 ground men, 18 ground men would be appointed in district Bhiwani, 9 in Sirsa, 12 in Hisar, 6 each in Ambala, Kaithal, 8 in Jind, 17 in Rohtak, 13 in Jhajjar, 16 in Sonipat, 5 each in Mahendragarh, Kurukshetra, Palwal and Rewari, 4 each in Gurgaon, Faridabad and Fatehabad, 7 each in Mewat, Yamunanagar, Panipat, Karnal and Mewat, 3 in Panchkula, he added.
         The Minister said that these posts would be filled up on contract basis. Applications have already been invited for these posts. Desirous candidates could send their applications to the Director, Sports and Youth Affairs Department.
         He said that Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda was encouraging the youth to take part in games. A number of incentives were being provided to the sports persons in the state under new sports policy implemented by the present state government. The sports persons of Haryana had performed excellently well in the recently concluded Commonwealth Games and Asian Games. He hoped that the players of Haryana would also perform well in the Olympic Games 2012 to be held in London. Announcement had already been made by the Chief Minister to give a cash prize of Rs.two crore, crore and Rs.50 lakh to the sports persons winning gold medal, silver medal and bronze medal in the Olympic Games 2012.

Friday, February 18, 2011

Jat Maha Kumbh on Feb 20 in Uttrakhand

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
A national, non-political Jat Sammelan will be held at RBS Inter College Nangal Soti (Uttrakhand) on Bijnaur-Haridwar Road from 10 a.m to 4 p.m on February 20. All Jats including Jat Sikh, Jat Muslsism, Jat Bisnoi, Jat Janni, Jat Christians from various states namely J& K, Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Delhi, Rajasthan, Uttrakhand, West Bengal, Tamial Nadu will attend the Sammelan which is named as “Jat Maha Kumbh”.  
     Dr. M. S. Malik, IPS(Rtd.) former Director General of Police, Haryana and President, Jat Sabha Chandigarh and that of Akhil Bhartiya Saheed Samman Sanghrash Samiti will address the Sammelan as chief guest on that day.   A delegation of Jat Sabha consisting of Mr. R.K. Malik, General Secretary, Mr. B. S. Gill, Secretary,  Mr Chander Bhan Pannu and Jai Pal Poonia, executive members will also accompany Dr. Malik.  The function will be presided over by Mr Om Pal Singh Rathee, President Uttrakhand Jat Maha Sabha. 
Mr. H. P. Singh, newly nominated/elected President of Joint Jat Aarakshan Samiti will also address the gathering as Guest of Honour. Sh. Suresh Arya, Editor, Jat Samachar will be Organizing Secretary Jat Sammelan.
        Dr. Malik further said that the issues of social harmony, glorious traditions, customs and Jat culture will be discussed in the Sammelan. Main issue of reservation for Jats under OBC category of 27% in services as well as educational institutions will be raised vociferously during the Sammelan.  Dr. Malik will primarily brief issues connected with demand of  reservation for Jats and will also try to focus on the need for 100% reservation for dependents of war heroes,  Para-military Forces as well as that of police personnel who sacrificed their lives for maintenance of sovereignty, security  and integrity of the  nation while fighting with foreign enemy, terrorists and hardened criminals.  

Saturday, February 12, 2011

A get together for class IX & X at DPS Pinjore

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
A get-together party is a long cherished wish come true for every child who reaches class 10. Come February and everyone is seen busy making preparations for the occasion. This year the celebrations were scheduled for February 12 at 10:00 a.m. in the sprawling school campus.
 Class IX students extended a ceremonial welcome to class X, who were dressed in their best the boys in their smartly stitched suits and ties looked handsome, while the girls looked lovely in their net sarees. The DJ gave the required rhythm to the party.
 Every X standard student was given a token of love by the teachers. The best dressed boy and best dressed girl titles were won by Hemant Malik and Aishwarya Choudhary , respectively.
A hilarious skit CID presented by the class IX boys stole the show which also comprised of a foot tapping western dance by the girls and a musical rendition by Karan Verma of class 10, who was accompanied by Aman Sangal on the guitar.
Principal Samson Masih while addressing the children wished them the very best for their forthcoming final exams, which he said, have become quite relaxed since the introduction of CCE.
Once the formal part of the party was over, the stage was open for the students to enjoy and dance to their hearts delight on the latest numbers.
After this, everyone enjoyed a sumptuous lunch in the hostel mess.

Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Ashish and Simarpreet bag Master and Miss Millennium titles

 by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
students, staff and management of St. Vivekanand Millennium School, HMT Pinjore, bade farewell to the outgoing students of XII Std. Prayers were offered through Havan in the presence of Mrs. Kamal Rai, School Director,  Flg. Off. Piyush Punj, President SMC, Mrs. Usha Bali, School Principal and the parents, for bright and successful future of the students in the forth coming exams and life ahead.
Cultural event commenced with Saraswati vandana followed by power packed performance of XI Std which was full of feelings and emotions for their departing seniors. Entire aura became sentimental when the outgoing students shared their experience of school days and the last day in the school. Felicitation to the students of XII Std was the most awaited event. A very knowledgeable and educative skit was presented by the teachers to guide the students to be focused in life to be successful.
Ashish Chauhan and Simarpreet Arora were titled as Master and Miss Millennium. Tokens of remembrance were presented to the students. Flg. Off. Piyush Punj, President SMC formally announced the formation of SVMC Alumni Association and this outgoing batch was named as ‘Basant’
The event ended with vibrant scintillating and enthusiastic dance by students and teachers.

Haryana Govt to recruit 400 medical officers

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
The Haryana Government has decided to recruit 400 medical officers soon through departmental committees so as to fill the vacant posts of hospitals all over the state. 
           This was stated by Haryana Health Minister Rao Narender Singh during his visit to Bahadurgarh to review the health services in the newly built 100 bedded hospital and Trauma Centre. Most advanced health equipments have been provided in the hospital. The recruitment of 400 medical officers would ensure that people would get efficient services and they did not face any inconvenience. 
           Enumerating on the health services in the state, he said that all the health institutions were giving free medicines to the patients visiting the OPDs. It was the endeavour of the State Government that each and every citizen of the state remains healthy and several welfare schemes are implemented for providing better health services to the people of the state.
 He said that steps have been taken to balance the sex ratio of the state and to eliminate the heinous practice of female foeticide. An extension of the AIIMS had been set up at Badsa village of Jhajjar to further improve health services in the state.

Monday, February 7, 2011

Nitish, Kanika bag Mr & Miss DAV titles

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
Today at DAV Senior Public School, Surajpur, Pinjore, students of class XIth gave warm farewell to the outgoing students class 10 + 2.
Principal R.P. Anand congratulated the students for their success in every step in life. On this occasion students of 10+2 science and commerce performed colourful cultural programme in which they presented dance, songs and beautiful fusion of western and classical music.
 Mr. DAV & Miss. DAV and Mr. Debonair and Miss Elegant were selected on behalf of the performance of 10+2 students. Mementos were given to the senior students for their remarkable performance during the session-2010-11.
 Results:  Mr. DAV-------Nitesh Sunderyal
Miss. DAV-----Kanika.
Mr. Debonair—Deepak
Miss. Elegant—Mallika.

Saturday, February 5, 2011

Jat Sabha to celebrate Sir Chhotu Ram's 130th birthday and Basant Panchmi

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
 Dr. M.S. Malik, IPS (Rtd.), former Director General of Police, Haryana, President, Jat Sabha Chandigarh and also that of Federation of Jat Institutions announced that the Jat Sabha Chandigarh/Panchkula will celebrate Basant Panchmi and 130th birth anniversary of Deen Bandhu Sir Chhotu Ram, the messiah  of peasantry and down-trodden with great zeal and enthusiasm in the premises of Deen Bandhu Sir Chhotu Ram Dharmshala (near Zim Khana Club) Sector 6, Panchkula on February 8 from 10.00 a.m to 4.00 p.m.  
 Union Minister of Housing and Rural Poverty Alleviation Kumari Selja  will attend the function as chief guest  and Ch. Birender Singh,  Member of Parliament, Rajya Sabha  will preside over the function.
 Renowned dignitaries namely  Mahinder Chaudhary from Australia, Balajit Singh Redhu, Chairman Lakshya Food Limited, Kandela (Jind),  R. S. Malik, IAS Rtd.)  will be attending  the function as guests of honour. Besides,a large number of  VIPs, intellectuals, social activists and others from all over the country and abroad will take part in these celebrations.    
Dr Malik said that R.K. Malik, General Secretary will highlight the achievements and other social work carried out by the sabha and will also submit the progress of ongoing social work both at Chandigarh as well as Panchkula and construction of a multi purpose four storied building being constructed at Sector 6, Panchkula.  
     Lectures for creating awareness on the life and role played by Deen Bandhu Sir Chhotu Ram for the upliftment/betterment of peasants and down-trodden of pre-partition era will be the highlight of the function.
   The Sabha will honour all those meritorious students of Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh who have attained excellency in Bhai Surinder Singh Malik Memorial All India Essay Writing Competition organized by the Sabha on 15th,  July   15, last ywar at Chandigarh and various centres in Haryana.   
   The budding wards of the members of the society who have displayed excellency/outstanding performance both in the field of sports and academic qualification during the year 2010 will be honoured.
Tthe winners of Poster Making Contest organized by the Sabha on  November 25, 2010 on the current topic of Rising Prices  will also be honoured on the occasio. A souvenir containing the details about the activities being carried out by the sabha and ideals/thoughts of Deen Bandhu Sir Chhotu Ram and calendar on the future activities of the Sabha will also be brought on the Occasion.
  Dr. Malik further declared that cultural programmes i.e. display of dance,singing of local songs and Haryanvi ragnies etc. by the professional artists and that of Public Relations & Cultural Affairs, Deptt. Haryana will also add colour to the celebrations.

Wednesday, February 2, 2011

10 Pragya Institute students qualify NTSE exams

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
Ten students of eighth class from various schools  of Panchkula  have qualified the firstt stage of National Talent Search Examination held in November last year. They  are:  Gurkaran Singh, Anmol Singhal, Sachin Dhiman, Uday Maggon, Rohan Sharma, Divya Bamba, Bhavya Bansal, Tanav Jain, Shivam Gupta and Sanchit Gupta .  The maximum number of students have qualified from Hans Raj Public School.  Principal Mrs. Jaya Bhardwaj expressed happiness as five of their students have qualified .  She said that it is a matter of great pleasure that the efforts of students and the teachers have brought laurels for the school.   
Parents of the students said that it was possible only because of the specialised coaching and mentoring by Pragya Institute, Panchkula, as all the successful students have been professionally trained by the institute.  The students also attributed their success to the guidance and coaching provided by Pragya Institute.
 Flg. Officer Piyush Punj,  CEO of  Pragya Institute  expressing his pleasure said that Panchkula distt has become the third district in Haryana after Faridabad and Gurgaon in producing the highest number of successful students in NTSE.  He also said Pragya Institute has consecutively for the fourth year earned the distinction of training all the successful students in the district.  He further said that the institute will continue their training programme for these students up to the final stage of the competition. 
Mr Satish Sharma a renowned motivator and head of mathematics faculty said that in view of the emerging competitive scenario it is imperative that the students start their preparation for the coveted examinations like iit, aieee, gmat, sat etc., from the early stage of their student life for which ntse acts as a backbone and prestigious platform for future opportunities.  He assured that tally of their successful candidates will increase further with the declaration of Punjab,  Himachal Pradesh and Chandigarh results (NTSE). He congratulated the students, the parents and the teachers of Pragya institute for their untiring efforts which led to the tremendous success enabled the institute to produce excellent results year after year.  

Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Shiksha Rattan Puraskar for Principal Anand

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
It is a matter of immense pleasure and pride for the whole DAV fraternity that our most worthy principal Sh. R.P.Anand, DAV Senior Public School, Sirajpur, Pinjore Principal R P Anandr has been bestowed with the honour of Shiksha Rattan Ouraskar at a function held at New Delhi. 
The award was presented by Dr. Bhishma Narayan Singh , former Governor of Tamil Nadu and Assam. Principal Anand has been awarded the trophy for his meritorious services, outstanding performances and remarkable role in education.