Tourism Day at Innocent Hearts, Jalandhar: La Tribune India

Jalandhar: To raise awareness of the social, cultural, political and economic impact of tourism, the Hotel Management School of Innocent Hearts group of institutions organized a virtual PPT session and painting competition on the eve of World Heritage Day. tourism. Both activities were organized under the theme “Tourism for Inclusive Growth”. The virtual PPT session was resumed by Assistant Professor Sukhjeet Kaur. She introduced the students to the history and importance of Tourism Day. She underlined the importance of “inclusive growth in tourism” and mentioned that working for inclusive growth means involving everyone for a better vision of tourism. She said tourism plays a key role in advancing social learning and in showing the public how tourism affects the economic values ​​of a country. In a painting competition, the students drew beautiful paintings to highlight the need for “Inclusive growth in the tourism sector”. The winner of the painting competition was Simranjit Singh. The virtual session was concluded by Chef Gagandeep Humpal, Director of the School of Hotel Management. He appreciated the efforts of faculty members and students in organizing such a wonderful virtual event and congratulated them for the same.

dip tourism webinar

The DIPS Institute of Management and Technology hosted an online webinar on Tourism for Inclusive Growth on World Tourism Day. During the webinar, HOD Sandeep Kumar and Professor Javed Ahmad told the students that this year’s tourism theme focused on helping and assisting those involved in the tourism industry. The idea was to ensure the progress of the tourism sector in such a way as not only to generate new opportunities but also to ensure a fair distribution of benefits to all layers of society. Dr Pankaj said that the main purpose of organizing this webinar was to highlight the importance of tourism internationally and spread its societal, cultural, political and economic ethics around the world. Principal Dr Simranjit Singh, speaking to the students, said that an individual can get to know their own country, other countries, other cultures and other civilizations through tourism. CEO Monica Mandotra, while congratulating the students on the occasion, said the tourism sector was severely affected due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

prabhjot tops BBA exam

Kanya Maha Vidyalaya’s BBA Semester VI students made the institute proud of their academic performance. Prabhjot Kaur took the first position with 1727/2150 points, Sukhdeep Kaur took the second position with 1708/2150 points, Harman and Manveer jointly took the third position with 1692/2150 points. Seven students in the class passed the exam with distinction. Principal Atima Sharma Dwivedi congratulated the students and Dr. Neeraj Maini, principal and faculty members, for their tireless efforts in preparing the students. She claimed that in KMV, the most suitable ambience is provided for the students so that they can excel in their studies. She expressed confidence that students skillfully guided and mentored by highly qualified and dedicated faculty will also continue their path to success in the future.

tributes paid to BHAGAT SINGH

Eklavya School, Jalandhar honored Shaheed Bhagat Singh on his 114th birthday. JK Gupta, principal of Eklavya school, addressing the students, said that the personality of Bhagat Singh attracts young people as an ideal leader and hero. Bhagat Singh envisioned a post-independence society without any difference or discrimination, where every citizen has an equal chance to grow up. It is the need of the hour to make young people aware of his sacrifices and his vision, he added. Earlier, an audio recording of Bhagat Singh’s last letter was also presented in the form of a visual documentary that struck the emotional chords of the audience. Director Seema Handa said we should learn from his sacrifice and everyone should become masters of their own destiny. Director Komal Arora and Administrator Dimple Malhotra said independent thinking is needed for change and success.

150 trapped in the vaccination camp

The physiotherapy department of the college of fine arts of Apeejay, in collaboration with the civil hospital, organized the 5th vaccination camp. No less than 150 doses were provided to the teachers and students of the college. On the occasion, Director Neerja Dhingra said that the physiotherapy department has made constant efforts to vaccinate as many people as possible and raise awareness of its necessity. She appreciated the efforts of Dr Neeraj Katyal, HOD, Dr Nitika Gupta and Prabhneet Kaur, Department of Physiotherapy, in organizing the camp.

Paid package of Parmeet Rs32L bags

Parmeet Singh Lamba, a BSc (Airlines, Tourism & Hospitality) student from Lovely Professional University (LPU) has been selected by America’s leading hotel investment and management firm ‘Highgate’ on a CTC of Rs 32 lakh per year. Parmeet is currently working in Florida, USA. Prior to that, an engineering student from LPU also received a package of Rs 42 lakh. LPU Chancellor Ashok Mittal said: “We are proud of all of our students like Parmeet, who pursue their programs with dedication to find a place for them in this competitive world. LPU’s School of Hospitality Management trains students through an industry-approved curriculum and service-oriented hands-on training programs. Parmeet had also benefited from an LPU scholarship during his studies. tns

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