Friday, November 17, 2017
Wednesday, November 8, 2017
The festivities of Diwali were ushered in by Innocent Hearts College of Education through Diya-Candle decoration, Rangoli , Best out of waste and cooking competition. The myriad colours of the intricate rangoli designs create a rainbow of happiness and decorated with the twinkling diya, gave the school foyer a festive look.
Student-teachers took part in the competitions enthusiastically and enjoyed the colours, cheer and good taste their efforts spreads around. It was a befitting start to a much loved festival and every one wished the goodness to spread in all corners of the world.
The whole area was decorated with the display of decorated diyas and the rangolis incorporated around them to bring out the best of all the competitions. Student-teachers participated in the competition and their efforts were lauded by everyone for the sheer spread of beauty all around. Principal Dr Arjinder Singh congratulated all the participants about their performance and they explained the main motive behind having all these competitions was to encourage student-teachers to have an Eco-Friendly Diwali and they wished them and all their dear ones Peace, Joy and Prosperity of Diwali.
Friday, November 3, 2017
Innocent Hearts College of Education, Jalandhar organized Punjabi Virsa function – Akshar Gyan bahra Balwan on Nov 3, 2017. The student-teachers of Semester I organized the whole event. They performed an emotional drama with the theme of eradicating illiteracy and preserving Indian culture and heritage. Folk songs were sung and self-composed poems were recited. The spirit of patriotism and love for Punjabi culture was aroused by observing the dance performances of student-teachers and fancy dress performances. Principal Dr. Arjinder Singh congratulated the student-teachers and explained that Information and Communication Technology can be a good medium to spread awareness and importance of preserving, promoting and transmitting Indian culture and heritage. Prizes and titles were bestowed in the end.