Forest festival at Lawrence school

Over 30 students of classes IX to XII of The Lawrence School, Sanawar, under the aegis the SUPW department, planted a diverse variety of saplings, including deodar, silver oak and jacaranda. Headmaster Himmat Singh Dhillon said despite heavy rain, almost every student living on the campus came out to experience the joy of planting saplings. This spoke about the commitment and conviction of students to make the campus a green paradise, he said.

Faculty programme at Shoolini varsity

A week-long online faculty development programme (FDP) on changing dimensions of crime and criminal justice in India was organised by the Shoolini University. Professor Akshat Mehta, Dean, Police Administration, Rastriya Raksha University, Gujarat, and Bindu Rani Sachdeva, DIG, Principal, Central Detective Training Institute, Chandigarh, highlighted the need for police reform for effective pre-trial investigation of crime and improvement of the criminal justice systems, and talked about the impediments faced by the police. Sandeep Dhawal, SP, Cyber Crime, HP, also shared his experiences of investigation.

Education body holds yoga camp

The Sunil Upadhyaya Education Trust has organised a 10-day yoga camp to help people build immunity against Covid-19. The camp is open to all and will be held from 6.30 am to 7.30 am at the Swami Vivekanand Hall on the campus of Himachal Pradesh University. Inaugurating the camp, Senior Medical Superintendent of IGMC (Shimla), Dr Janak Raj said the camp would go a long way in building immunity among people to fight the virus as yoga generated positive energy, kept the mind in a happy state and activated the antigens to fight the infection.

Courtesy: Tribune News Service

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