Mountaineering expedition “all women”: The Tribune India

Sonepat: The first “All Women” mountaineering expedition in the history of MotiLal Nehru Sport School (MNSS) in Rai was launched on Thursday by Sudesh Chikkara, Vice Chancellor of BPS Khanpur University. The expedition team will conquer Mount Panchachuli (15,000m high located in Uttarakhand) in seven days. Principal and Headmaster Col. Ashok Mor, addressing the team, said the event was organized as part of the Golden Jubilee celebrations to commemorate 50 years of the school. Many self-directed alumni of the school sent their best wishes to the team during an online interaction – Dr Amrita Duhan IPS, Dr Vandana Narula, Dr Vineeta, Rekha Yadav, Monika Rana (IRS Panipat) were also present occasionally. The expedition was undertaken by former student Parikshit Ahlawat under the Soul Adventure Mountaineering umbrella.

Exhibition on yoga, meditation

Karnal: The library committee of KVA DAV College for Women organized an exhibition with the theme “Yoga and Meditation”, to raise public awareness on the 8th International Day of Yoga, in accordance with guidelines issued by the Government of India on 4 and May 5. The college’s principal, Renu Mehta, applauded the rigorous efforts of the library committee to organize an exhibition on such a relevant and socially beneficial subject. In her address to students, she said regular yoga practice and meditation sessions create mental clarity and calmness of mind.

The digital e-library has started

Gurugram: Students at the University of Gurugram will be able to access the library from the comfort of their homes, as the university launched an online digital library on Thursday. It was inaugurated by the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Dinesh Kumar, in the presence of the administrative officials of the university. The e-library is distinguished by the fact that students will no longer have to wait for books to be distributed; instead, all books will be available for reading through the e-Library. Sitting at home, students can access 17,000 e-books, 8,800 e-journals, 1 30,000 e-lectures, 7 48,000 theses, 2,200 reports, 2,600 expert lectures, and other resources. Professor Kumar said the initiative would benefit students.