SUBJECT :World Environment Day 

 The Horticulture Division of Panjab University, in association with the State Bank of India, organised a tree plantation drive at the Prof RC Paul Rose Garden on the occasion of World Environment Day. Ashoka trees were planted by Vice-Chancellor Arun Kumar Grover and the Registrar. Keeping in line with the Prime Minister’s address on Mann Ki Baat, in which he urged people not to treat garbage as waste but wealth or a resource, pamphlets regarding the segregation of waste at source were distributed, clearly informing the use of separate dustbins-green for wet/biodegradable/organic waste and blue for dry/recyclable waste. A swachhta pledge regarding the segregation of waste at source was taken by about 200 teaching and non-teaching employees. Two solar lights sponsored by the State Bank of India were also installed.

Saplings planted

The Student Organisation of India (SOI) celebrated World Environment Day in collaboration with PEFA and  Jiyoo Family. Dean Students Welfare Emanual Nahar and Dean Student Welfare (Women) Neena  Chaplash were present. Saplings were planted on the occasion.

NIPER to be no-plastic bag zone  

Mohali: The National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research (NIPER), Mohali, observed World Environment Day here on Monday by planting saplings on the campus. The Director, Dean, Registrar, faculty, other staff members and students  participated in the activity. The Director said NIPER would be made a no-plastic bag zone. He laid stress on conserving the environment.        

PU-CET (PG) entrance

The candidates who had deposited their fee for the PU – CET (PG) Entrance Test-2017 well in time but could not complete their forms online should contact the Assistant Registrar, CET Cell, Aruna Ranjit Chandra Hall, on June 6 from 10am to 4 pm. The candidates should bring scanned photograph, along with the signature and fee slip, in a pen drive or CD.

Source: The Tribune, Chandigarh