Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Janamashtami was celebrated with full vigor & zeal

Janamashtmi at Mothers Pride proved a Great Event
Ludhiana, 27th August’13. (Vishal//Punjab Screen):Festivals are always a special occasion at Mothers Pride, as it believes that children need to be aware of our rich culture & traditions thereby respecting them.

Celebrating this feel of festivities, Janamashtami was celebrated at Mother’s Pride today with full vigor & zeal. Entire school was beautifully decorated with flower garlands to celebrate the birth of Lord Krishna. Matki’s with makhan, Bal Gopal on swing were displayed to demonstrate about occasion to the children.  Brightening the spirit of the day, children also came dressed up as Krishna & Radha.
The celebration included the, Aarti, Flower showering, Tilak Ceremony, a small performance based on the life of Lord Krishna & dance on the bhajans of radha-Krishna. The school was captivated with the melodious bhajans and songs getting the children tap their feet to the music.
To the pleasure and enjoyment of children & staff, delicious Prasad was also distributed. Kids also enjoyed swinging the bal gopal & wished him a very happy birthday in their cute little voice.

Director of Mother’s Pride, Ludhiana Mr. Shobhan Soi also congratulated the students & staff on this occasion & gave them warm wishes on this special occasion of Janamashtami.

An awareness event held at KCW Ldh

Dr. Seema Goel explained the facts women health 
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Ludhiana: 27 August 2013: (Vishal/Punjab Screen): The Youth Red Cross (YRC) unit headed by Mrs. Himkanta & Mrs. Nirupma Sood from Khalsa College for Women, Civil Lines, Ludhiana in collaboration with Sun
Pharma organised an awareness programme on 27th Aug, 2013 to make young girls aware of general gynaecological disorders. The resource person on the occasion was Dr. Seema Goel from Raghunath HospitalLudhiana.
Dr. Goel appraised the students with the basic facts of general disorders mainly problems associated with pre-menstrual syndrome, type and features of dymenorrhoea and polycystic ovary syndrome. She also explained about the diagnosis, treatment and medication for all these types of disorders. She further added that polycystic ovary syndrome is caused due to increased level of male hormones in females. According to her all these types of disorders are treatable by medication, changes in diet and exercise. She stressed on the point that this syndrome is one of the leading causes of infertility and also affects the health in many other ways than just reproduction.
Lecture was followed by an interactive session. Students came up with questions and broke their initial shyness. Their queries were answered by the expert very clearly and thoroughly.
Madam Principal Dr. (Mrs.) Varinder Kaur Thind thanked the doctor for sparing the time from her busy schedule.  

Thursday, August 8, 2013

Teej Festival celebrated in Ludhiana

Thu, Aug 8, 2013 at 3:30 PM
A colorful event at MTSM college
       Ludhiana: 8 August 2013: (Rector kathuria): Teej Festival cum Fresher’s Party was celebrated at Master Tara Singh Memorial College for Women, Ludhiana to present an authentic Punjabi Culture with the blends of modern hues. The whole atmosphere was filled with gaiety when college girls dressed in elegant traditional as well as western attires staged their dance performances, skit, folk songs and modeling.
       College Principal, Dr. (Mrs.) Parveen Kaur Chawla gave a hale and hearty welcome to the new entrants and also focused on the significance of Teej Festival in Modern Era.
        Arshdeep Kaur was crowned ‘Teeyan di Rani’, Harmandeep Kaur and Navdeep Kaur were titled Miss Punjaban and Miss Majajjan respectively.  Ashwarya was crowned as Miss Fresher Shifali & Harpreet Kaur as first & second runners up respectively. Sukhpreet Kaur got the title of Miss Diva whereas Garima was declared Miss Crowning Glory. The tag of Miss Beautiful smile went to Gurleen Kaur.Various competitions like traditional style of pleating hair, Beautiful Pranda, Ethnic jewelry, Mehndi Application, Beautiful Bangles and were held and the winners were given prizes. S. Swarn Singh Ji (President, College Managing Committee) and S. Kawalinder Singh Ji (Secratery, College Managing Committee) graced the occasion and stressed on the need for maintaining our rich Heritage and culture in the Modern times.
        College Principal, Dr. (Mrs.) Parveen Kaur Chawla stressed on the need of being aware of our elementary traditions and values. The celebration was culminated by adding another leaf in the book of unforgettable memories of the college.

Teej Festival cum Fresher’s Party was celebrated

Save Punjabi as Subject of Study in the Colleges of Delhi

Remembering Sahir Ludhianvi

An Afghan Uniform Police