In order to preserve Punjabi culture and heritage, ‘Basant Festival’ was celebrated in Innocent Hearts College of Education, Jalandhar. Almost all the student-teachers participated in Kite flying and Yellow Dish Making Competitions. The students were given attractive prizes for different items. They enjoyed a lot.
Monday, January 22, 2018
Brahmjot, student-teacher of B.Ed Semester-I of Innocent Hearts College of Education, Jalandhar stood first in Group Discussion, Inter-College competition organised at CT Group of Institutions, Maqsudan. Other events in which student- teachers of Innocent Hearts College of Education participated were Treasure Hunt, Caption Contest and Mystery Meetha.
The Management, Principal and faculty members appreciated the participants and congratulated Brahmjot for her excellent performance.
Friday, January 12, 2018
NSS Unit of Innocent Hearts College of Education, Jalandhar organised National Youth day and Lohri function on Jan 12, 2018. Executive Director Mrs. Aradhana Bowry, Principal Dr. Arjinder Singh and faculty members inaugurated the ceremony by lighting up the bon-fire. The student-teachers gave inspiring information about the life sketch of Swami Vivekananda, his Chicago address, his teachings and views on woman empowerment, god, culture and sang melodiously “na sir jhukha ke jiyo”. All the students sang together and were motivated to choose the right path, to live a peaceful life, to fight against hardships and never give up.
The students gave speeches on upliftment of girl youth power and equality. Swamijis teachings were related to the objectives of Lohri celebration. Swamiji always believed in the youth power and to nourish the historical culture of the country.
NSS Unit highlighted the importance of celebrating Lohri that it is a festival essentially dedicated to Sun god. Group dance was performed by student-teachers. Dance and singing ‘Tappe’ competition was organised. Folk songs were sung by teachers and students while moving around the bon-fire and offering popcorns, sweets, puffed rice and peanuts to it.Remembering the birth of Swami Vivekananda, Principal Dr. Arjinder Singh emphasized the need to bring positive change in the society. He said that Lohri should be celebrated for the girl child too and for abolishing social evils.