Monday, January 28, 2008

FTET-2008 at JCDV

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FTET-2008 at JCDV

SIRSA NEWS

28 January, 2008
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A two day National Conference on ‘Futuristic Trends of Engineering & Technology’ (FTET-08) concluded at JCDV today. Dr. Kuldeep Dhindsa informed Sirsa News that the conference was attended by nearly one hundred engineers and technology experts from all over India, many of these were of international eminence. Dr. Dhindsa said that idea behind holding this conference was to share experiences and knowledge of these engineers not only with the students of this engineering college but also with the faculty members for the betterment of both, as it is very much necessary today that the education and its imparting be contemporary with the changing times.

Dr. Kuldeep Dhindsa also hinted that with the success of this conference, another conference, this time an international conference is also on the anvil to be held probably in the month of March 2008 at the JCDV Campus.

Mr. VP Gupta, Principal of the Engineering College, said that under the Chairmanship of Mr. Ajay Singh Chautala, and with the efforts of Dr. Kuldeep JCDV it had been possible to hold a National conference on engineering issues.

The Chief Guest Prof. Abhijit Mukherji, director, TIET, (popularly known as Thapar Engineering College Patiala, which is now Thapar university), left the audience spell bound not only with his impeccable and impressive non-monotonous English oration but also made many of the audience day dream with his imaginative ideas on the future possibilities of technology. Prof. Mukherji said that he always asked his students that he shall be happier to know if some of his students come up to him and say that some of the Laws of the Science may be less than perfect, he said since science unlike many other fields is dynamic in nature, what was held true a century ago may be absurd today so one should not set up boundaries defined by various known scientific facts and borders, it is now high time to go and search beyond the boundaries for newer innovations. He said that there is absolutely no harm in running the horses of imagination into unconventional ideas without the apprehensions created by known facts and scientific theories, the ideas may end up into failure but just in case if the idea clicked then its shall not be just an idea or fancy imagination but shall turn out to be a major breakthrough in technology.

He informed that internet used to be a privilege only of the US Army is now proliferating every where and the day is not far away when the farmers can bee seen using the internet to get info about latest market prices of their produce.
Dr. Jai Parkash Hooda, Principal, B. Ed. who was coordinating many of duties at the conference was seen happy at the success of the FIET08.

Mr. Ajay Singh Chautala in his valediction lecture said that he can now see the dream of Legendary Ch Devi Lal coming true with quality education being imparted in such small cities like Sirsa and the same quality education also being available to students from BPL. He thanked all the eminent engineers for accepting the invitation to this conference.

Mr. Chautala also lauded the efforts of Dr. Dhindsa, Major Sirohi, their faculty members, students and non teaching staff who teamed up to make this event a great success.

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Sunday, January 27, 2008

59th Republic Day Celebrations



59th Republic Day Celebrations

SIRSA NEWS

26 January, 2008




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Saturday, January 26, 2008

Blood Donation Camp at Gurdwara Sahib


Blood Donation Camp at Gurdwara Sahib

SIRSA NEWS

25 January, 2008
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A Blood donation camp was held at Gurdwara Sahib Patshahi 10th on 25th January.

Wednesday, January 23, 2008

Netaji Remembered




Netaji Remembered

SIRSA NEWS

23 January, 2008
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Chautala Addresses Backward Classes



Chautala Addresses Backward Classes at Nehru Park

SIRSA NEWS

22 January, 2008

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Saturday, January 19, 2008

CDLU launches Jansanchar Web Portal

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CDLU launches Jansanchar Web Portal

SIRSA NEWS

20 January, 2008
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A NEWS Portal to be run and maintained by faculty members & students of Department of Journalism & Mass Communication, Ch. Devi Lal University, SIRSA was click started yesterday by Sh. Mange Ram Gupta, Minister of Education Haryana at the TAGORE Bhawan Auditorium yesterday in the evening. The website was displayed via a DLP projector on a large screen.

Speaking on the occasion the minister said that it was perhaps the first website of this kind in Haryana that shall be run by a university, this would usher Haryana students into hi tech arena. He said that Haryana was all set to allow private universities in Haryana, as the modern academic challenges cannot be met by Government run universities alone.

He also urged the students to build good character and be disciplined to be successful in life. He gave his own example and admitted that though he was not highly educated but his dedication integrity and hard work towards his duties had made it possible to climb such high posts.

He also gave reference of Swami Vivekananda’s American tour in 1893 where the Swami told his American counterparts that India and Indians are known for their characters and not for the way they dress up. Mr. Virender Chauhan, was quick enough to display the picture and then NEWS about Swami Vivekanand from the Jansanchar Portal itself as and when the minister referred to the Swami, perhaps not many noticed his-this synchronization effort.

Addressing the audience Mr. V.S. Chauhan HOD Journalism & Mass Communication said that everyone must be aware that today most of the newspapers and TV channels are also maintaining their supporting web portals along with their mainstream media, hence it shall be very prudent for all Journalism & Mass Communication students to learn the website authoring and web news basics. He added that this portal shall be more like an online lab for Journalism students, and in this way the Portal shall be able to provide them opportunity for on hands training on this aspect which shall be an added advantage to such students when they become professionals.

Dr. K.C. Bhardwaj Vice Chancellor, CDLU, thanked the minister for accepting the invitation for the launch of this web portal out of his busy schedule.

Dr. Janardhan Sharma anchored the program fortifying it with anecdotes, Registrar, Mr. V.S. Nehra & Ms. Padmini Jain, also spoke on the occasion, Deputy Commissioner Mr. V Umashankar, Mr. R.K. Sehgal, Mr. Hoshiari Lal Sharma, Sewa Singh Bajwa, Ravinder, Vineet Chabra, Amit Sangwan, media persons, students and faculty members were present on the occasion.

The minister announced a grant of Rs5lacs for CDLU from his ministerial quota on the spot which was applauded.

We at SirsaNews that is in existence since 2005, also congratulate Mr. V.S. Chauhan and CDLU for this institutional effort perhaps both these NEWS portals can co exist and complement each other.
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Thursday, January 17, 2008

Cars are here; Make roads!





Cars are here; Make roads! Auto Expo Report by Sirsa NEWS

SIRSA NEWS

17 January, 2008
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The Editor was on leave; completion of this and other posts on 20th January.

Upcoming event:
Launch of Hindi News Website by CDLU Department of Journalism & Mass Communication on 19th January by Sh. Mange Ram Gupta Education Minister Haryana

‘Munnabhai’ Sanjay Dutt in SIRSA


‘Munnabhai’ Sanjay Dutt in SIRSA

SIRSA NEWS

16 January, 2008
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Picture Only (Editor was on leave)

Monday, January 14, 2008

Lohree Eve & Lohree Celebrated




Lohree Eve & Lohree Celebrated
(At Setia Palace-HUJ; At Sirsa Club-Press Club, At Law College B-Block-Faculty & Students)
Swami Vivekananda's 145th Birth Day Celebrated as YUVA DIWAS.
(Yuvak Sahitya Sadan)
SIRSA NEWS

12~13 January, 2008

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Saturday, January 12, 2008

Literacy mission to be pumped up

Literacy mission to be pumped up

SIRSA NEWS

08 January, 2008


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HSGPC Strikes Back, Memorandum to MP Atma Singh Gill


HSGPC Strikes a note, Memorandum to MP Atma Singh Gill

SIRSA NEWS

08 January, 2008


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Monday, January 07, 2008

Kartar Devi inaugurates BR Ambedkar Hostel at Ellenabad




Health Minister Kartar Devi inaugurates BR Ambedkar Hostel at Ellenabad

SIRSA NEWS

07 January, 2008

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Saturday, January 05, 2008

Gurpurab at Chormar Sahib


Gurpurab at Chormar Sahib




05 January, 2008


Gurpurab of Patshahi 10th, Guru Gobind Singh ji, was celebrated at various Gurdwaras of District Sirsa today in full colours, Sirsa NEWS this year covers Gurpurab celebrations at Chormar Sahib Gurdwara, situated on NH 10 about 35 KMs from SIRSA.


Bhai Sukhwinder Singh Singhpure (Bhatinda) Wale, orated a Katha on the Jeevani of Sahib Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji pre-ceding to Ardas and Bhog of Akhand Path of Sri Guru Granth Sahib. (Sirsa News Video at the end of this News post)




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Sikh Light Infantry dare devils led by group’s captain, Mr. J.S. Midha also reached Chor Maar Sahib on this occasion, the expedition members who were motor biking all over Punjab and have covered more than 3500 KM of terra-firma & dirt tracks all over Punjab and some parts of Haryana shall conclude their Hero Honda-Sikh Light Infantry Expedition that is concurrent with the raising day celebrations of the Regiment. The expedition shall conclude tomorrow at Army HQ Bhatinda.





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The Sikh Light Infantry finds its origins in the Sikh Pioneers raised in 1857. Sikh Pioneers were used in various military campaigns in India and abroad and highly regarded for their determined resolve to complete the assigned tasks against all opposition. The Sikh Pioneers were later merged into the Sappers and Miners. World War-II and its need for additional troops saw the rise of Mazhabi and Ramdasia Sikhs as a regiment in 1941. The designation was changed to the Sikh Light Infantry in 1944.

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Wednesday, January 02, 2008

Mullana & AC Chaudhary Visit Sirsa




Mullana & AC Chaudhary Visit Sirsa

SIRSA NEWS

29~31December, 2007


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Some of the Pictures & Shekhukhera Report from Kamal Bhargava, Ellenabad

29December, 2007

Mr. Phool Chand Mullana President and Working President of the Haryana Congress made a two day tour of Sirsa District to meet party workers and party office bearers.

In his second leg at a luncheon get together yesterday at Kang Farm House, village Shekhukhera, Mr. Mullana discussed the problems if any being faced by party workers at Sirsa. Mr Amarjeet Singh Kang, Mr Ranjeet Singh Kang, Mr. Rajinder Singh Kang, Advocate Mr. Nuina, Mr. C.R. Kaswan IG Retd., Master Sampooran Singh, Sardooll Singh Kotli Mr Malikiat Singh Khosa Advocate, Mr Kuldeep Singh Gadrana Advocate, Mr. Sardul Randhwa and several other prominent leaders of the region were present at the lunch.

31 December, 2007

On the eve of New Year Mr. A.C. Chaudhary minister for Local Bodies and Minister for Labour and Employment said that the foreign placement bureau Haryana shall be sending more than 800 youth to various foreign countries through proper channels. Mr. A.C. Chaudhary was talking to media at PWD Rest house SIRSA, Deputy Commissioner Mr. V. Umashankar, SDM Mr. Harish Bhatia, Suresh Mehta, Mohal Lal Doralia, Kuldeep Gadrana, Bhola Jain etc were present.