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JAMMU: Prof. R.D Sharma, Vice Chancellor, University of Jammu released Jandrahia, the maiden issue of Newsletter of Government Degree College Jandrah here on Friday.
Speaking on the occasion, Prof. Sharma said that a newsletter of an institution is a reflection of academic and extra -curricular activities undertaken by the students of that institution in a particular time period, which provides guidance and inspiration to other Institutes to emulate.
Prof. Sharma further said that newsletters are not only a chronology of events of an institution, but they also give an idea as to what is the thinking of society in general and students in particular at the time of undertaking these activities. Various issues confronting society at a particular time period are taken up by students as institutional activities that ultimately find place in newsletters, becoming references for the future, he added.
The Vice Chancellor also lauded the efforts of the staff of Degree College Jandrah in bringing out the maiden issue of Jandrahia, considering that the College is yet in its infancy and is functioning from the premises of a school. Jai Kumar Sharma, Director Colleges Development, University of Jammu was the Guest of Honour during the release function.
On this occasion, the Vice Chancellor Prof R.D Sharma also launched the official website of the College www.gdcjindrah.co.in. in presence of Director Colleges Development, Jai Kumar Sharma.
Earlier, Dr. Nutan Kumar Resutra, Principal of the College introduced the College Staff present there to the dignitaries who included Prof Kaushal Mangotra, Prof Paramjit Singh, Prof Meena Gupta, Prof. Balbeer, Prof Mohd Majeed, Deepika, Sunil Dutt Sharma, Vijeta Anand, Pankaj, Sushil Dogra, Jaswinder Singh, Inderjeet Singh and Neena.
Dr Nutan Resutra appraised the dignitaries that the construction work of new building at the College site was going on in full swing and there was every possibility that the ensuing session will start in the new buildings.
The function concluded with presentation of mementoes by the College Staff as a token of gratitude and remembrance to the dignitaries.
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