Karnal: The RKSD College of Education, Kaithal, organised an annual talent search programme on the college premises. Saket Mangal, advocate chairman, RKSD Group of Institutions, inaugurated the programme by lighting a lamp in the presence of the managing committee members and principal Dr Kamlesh Sandhu. Participants were honoured on this occasion. Saket Mangal appreciated the students for their outstanding performances and also hailed faculty members for providing able guidance to the students. He said such events provided good exposure to students and helped in instilling confidence in them.
Free cursive course for students
Karnal: Students associated with a local NGO, Satya Foundation, started a free cursive course for students of Classes III to VII. This course is based on a cursive booklet which was recently launched by the Chief Minister. The course not only offers practice of cursive worksheets but also include lessons on social issues such as water conservation, sparrow conservation, say no to plastic, environment and many more. Apart from this, the students will be appraised about various career options. This will help them in thinking about the streams and options available from an early age. The beauty of this campaign is that it is run and managed by students Kirti, Swati and Dipti of Class XII and Purv of Class VIII of OPS Vidya Mandir. Their teacher Dr Sonia Aharwala said these students had taken care of all aspects, including registration of students, practising the course, daily home-work checking. With the growing number of Covid cases in the city, the students areparticular about following the SOPs. The class runs daily from 4 to 6 in the evening at Gali number 8, Sham Nagar, Karnal. The course is free of cost and the students are provided a specially designed booklet. The students in lieu of this course they will have to plant at-least two saplings and make sure that it grows into a tree. Secondly, the students will make all efforts to conserve every single drop of water, said Dr Aharwala.