Keeping up with the spirit of entrepreneurship, students of Government Home Science College, put up an exhibition for sale of rakhi items in the svawalambi window on the college campus. The exhibition showcased exquisite rakhis made out of zardozi, hand painted suits, embroidered dupattas and thalis.
The exhibition witnessed a large footfall and a brisk sale. The svawalambi window provides an opportunity to the students of the college to showcase not just their work but also helps in capacity building and providing a practical exposure to entrepreneurial activities.
Principal of the college, Prof. Sudha Katyal encouraged the students efforts and motivated all the young entrepreneurs to avail this opportunity and earn while they learn.
In sync with the Government initiative of Atam Nirbhar Bharat, the budding entrepreneurs and students of Home Science College exhibited and displayed their creativity in the Swawlamban Window of the college. Anjali and Gursimar, budding entrepreneurs and students of B.Sc final year exhibited hand crafted nail art extensions with options of different sizes and colours. This budding entrepreneur is running her own online startup with the name Nailsworld by Anjali with more than 1200 followers and catering to the orders all over India.
Charu, Shivani,Renu and Priya of MSc Clothing and Textiles also displayed the creative and innovative kids clothing based on birthday party theme in the swabalamban window.
Such a platform provided boost and motivation to the students to establish their entrepreneurial Ventures and earn while they learn.
Principal professor Sudha katyal appreciated the efforts of placement team and students in taking the initiative towards self employment and enhancement of entrepreneurial skills.
Celebration of 75th Independence Day at Govt Home Science College
Bhavika Anand of B.Sc Home Science 3rd year won 2nd position in State Level Inter College Folk Song Competition organized By Shaheed Bhagat Singh College of Education, Kairon, Patti, Taran Taran. Principal of the college, Prof. Sudha Katyal congratulated the student.
NCC Cadets of Government Home Science College won cash prizes during a State Level Webinar organised by NCC Directorate (PHHPC) on the occasion of Kargil Vijay Diwas.
NCC Cadet Nitika secured second position in poetry competition & won a cash prize of Rs2000/- followed by NCC Cadet Shweta Sharma who secured third position in Quiz Competition and won a cash prize of Rs 1000/-. Principal of the college, Prof. Sudha Katyal congratulated the winners and paid tribute to the soldiers of Kargil and highlighted that the feeling of the patriotism should be inculcated at every stage of life so as to make our students value the sacrifices of our Indian soldiers and contribute their part in becoming responsible citizens.
To mark the International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking, more than 50 NSS Volunteers took pledge to stay away from drugs and to live a healthy life. Volunteers were sensitized through an online live session on google meet in which,NSS Programme Officers, Dr.Neha Sharma and Mrs.Seema Jaitly addressed upon the issues of youth being vulnerable to drug abuse. They were also made aware of the harmful effects of drugs and its consequences. Principal of the college, Prof. Sudha Katyal highlighted the significance of counselling and involvement of youth in addressing this issue thereby sensitizing the masses against drug abuse.
Muskan of M.Sc. H.Sc. HDFR 4th Semester won consolation prize in an event entitled, ‘The Happiness Market’ organised by Punjab Youth Development Board (Govt. of Punjab) in association with Government College for Girls, Ludhiana. She spoke on the theme ‘A day without laughter is a day wasted’. Principal of the college, Prof. Sudha Katyal congratulated the student.
Home Science Students Won Second & Third Positions in a series of Inter-college Online Competitions which included Poster/Collage Making, Quiz, Declamation Competitions organised by Government College of Yoga Education & Health on the auspicious occasion of 7th International Day of Yoga 2021. Principal of the college, Prof. Sudha Katyal congratulated all the winners.
On the occasion of 7th International Yoga Day, an Online Live Yoga Session was conducted on google meet app. The live session got an overwhelming response of participants. The theme of the session was ‘Yoga for Well-being’. The theme focused on benefits of various yogic asanas and how these asanas affect our life. Vedika, a student of B.Sc Home Science Dietetics 6th Semester demonstrated various ananas like Tadasana, Paschimottanasana, Sethu Bandhasana and Pranayam including Brahmari, Anulom Vilom and Kapalbhati along with explaining the importance of each asana. The session was attended by college teaching staff and over 100 NSS Volunteers and NCC Cadets. Audience thoroughly performed various asanas as demonstrated. It brought a breeze of freshness amongst the participants. Prof. Sudha Katyal, Principal of the college applauded the efforts of the all the participants who participated in the session with great zeal. She further highlighted the significance of performing yoga asanas and motivated the participants to make yoga part of their life.
To enhance the entrepreneurial skills and to make the students self-employed, Live peer learning workshop on cake baking was organised by Muskan Sharma, a bakery specialist and student of MSc (HDFR) in Home Science college Chandigarh on June 13, 2021.
Certified Baker Muskan gave hands on demonstration on baking Pistachio cake on her FB live session. She also discussed tips and tricks of icing and plating on the cake and also satisfied the queries of audience. The session proved to be interesting and fruitful for all the participants. It witnessed presence of more than hundred participants.
Principal professor Sudha Katyal motivated the students to actively participate in such workshops which nourish the entrepreneur skills of the students and help them to earn while they learn.
Anupreet, student of (M.Sc F&N) and a budding entrepreneur,has won consolation prize in National level Innovation StartUp India Competition organized by DAV college for Girls, Yamunanagar held on 24 May, 2021.
Her idea in this competition was based on ‘Integrating Culinary Art with Nutritional Benefits’ especially for masses suffering from any metabolic disorder, that further restricts them from enjoying their favourite delicacies. Principal of the college, Prof. Sudha Katyal congratulated Anupreet.
Keeping par with its goal of holistic development of students , Govt. Home Science college organised a live session on Mind management with Yoga by Dr. Richa Chopra with over 100 students participating. An illustrious alumni of the college ,she is the former founding head of the Dept of Contemplative and behavioural Sciences at Sri Sri University, Cuttack. She is senior Art of Living International faculty, and has travelled across 11 countries transforming lives through the happiness program and other higher level courses.
Dr Richa talked about mind being an ocean and that in this fast moving world to be creative and move forward one must take care of the mind. She narrated two stories on the importance of living in the present rather than lamenting about the past or worrying about the future. She highlighted the importance of Yoga and it being not just about asanas but a great tool in arresting the modulation of the mind along with the explanation of the 5 Modulations.
Principal, Prof Sudha Katyal, felt proud to see the alumni do so well and urged the students to practice and cultivate the philosophy of Yoga in their lives to train the most important thing one has, their minds.
Series 4 # Live webinar by alumni on inspiration, innovation and entrepreneurship at Home Science College.
In line up with the ongoing series of live webinars, Government Home Science College, Chandigarh organized another session by Dr. Harpreet Kaur , HOD, PG Deptt. Of Fashion Designing, Kanya Maha Vidyalaya Jalandhar.
Dr. Harpreet spoke on Career Opportunities in Fashion and highlighted that students are like pure white light when they choose their careers whereas teachers act as facilitators thereby making them aware of the wide scope of Clothing and Textiles. She further emphasised that food, clothing and shelter are the basic requirements to live a suitable life. Thus, the scope of the field of Clothing and Textiles never falls down in terms of career options. She also mentioned huge number of different professions after completing diploma, certificate course or degree in this discipline which includes fashion buyer, merchandiser, fashion retailer, fashion photographer, blogger, production manager, technical expert, free-lancer, acamedians, virtual assistance, textile engineer, fashion counsellor, instructors, personal shopper, Public relation officer and so on. She further added that students can also associate with textile ministry to do certain types of community services as well.
More than 100 participants attended the session.
Principal of the college, Prof.Sudha Katyal apprised all the viewers about the importance of wider scope of Fashion Designing as a distinguished field.
Series 5# Live webinar series by alumni concluded with a session on the Scope of Interior Design and Management at Home Science College
To conclude with the series of webinars conducted by esteemed alumni, Government Home Science College, Chandigarh organized final webinar in the series on the scope of Interior Design amd Management. The webinar was conducted by Ms Rajni , pass out student of 2019-batch and a renowned entrepreneur in the field of Interior Decoration. Renowned with a name of Space Rhythm Interiors as her enterprise, she gave the whole credit of her success to the esteemed institution in achieving such big heights with respect to her career. She highlighted the scope of Interior Decoration & Resource Management and further stressed that the students must be fanatical, determined, skilful and goal-oriented.
More than 100 participants attended the session.
Principal of the college, Prof. Sudha Katyal applauded the efforts of faculty in organising the series of webinars and encouraged the students to become self-reliant so as to recapitulate the message of the webinar "Earn while you Learn' and give their contribution in nation building while becoming Atma Nirbhar.
Government Home Science College organised one week workshop on online yoga session ‘Yoga Sadhana’ from June 07-21,2021 for the students and faculty as a prelude to International Yoga Day. The session concluded with a motivational talk by Dr.Bela Dhillon (M.D., Pathology & Internal Medicine, U.S.A. and Whole Health Medicine Practitioner since 2014) on June 12, 2021. The topic was ‘Dincharya-Vital for Health, Wisdom & Success’. She highlighted the significance of living life to its full potential by discovering our true inner self. Quoting examples from ancient scriptures and our very own Ayurveda, she emphasised to follow a daily routine by explaining various steps and activities so as to reach our full potential regarding our holistic well being. Principal of the college, Prof. Sudha Katyal encouraged everyone to make yoga a part of their daily routine and affirmed it by saying a healthy mind resides in a healthy body.
Government Home Science College proved the aphorism of “Earn while you learn” yet again by organising a live peer learning workshop conducted by Ms. Nidhi Bimal, currently a student of M.Sc (Clothing & Textile). She is successfully running her start-up ‘The Knot Store’ and has done interiors with macramé of Hotel – The Reef, Sector -7, Chandigarh.
Nidhi talked about her journey of being an entrepreneur and how she explored her talent in knotting after learning this skill in B.Sc Fashion Designing 2nd year. She highlighted the importance of customised products rather than having already made products and urged the upcoming entrepreneurs to focus on social communication platforms and focus on making the customers happy with the quality.
Principal, Professor Sudha Katyal applauded Nidhi's efforts of innovative use of her skills and encouraged the other students to be inspired and follow suit while reiterating the message of the workshop "Earn while you Learn' and becoming Atma Nirbhar.
To promote Government initiatives of Self-Reliant India, Home Science College proceeded with the second series of webinar by well-known Alumni to inspire the upcoming entrepreneurs of the college. The second webinar in this series was conducted by Ms Namrata; pass out student of M.Sc. in Clothing and Textiles (2017) successfully running her own Baby Boutique “Babyrobe” with 62,000 followers on Instagram and Facebook.
Namrata shared the story of her online enterprise; Babyrobe. She boasts of a sale of almost 2 lakhs a month in designing robes for celebrity babies. She discussed about the various platforms and also emphasized on main aspects like websites, payment mechanisms, exchange policies, necessary documents etc which are required to start-up different ventures. The webinar saw more than 100 viewers live.
Principal of the college, Prof. Sudha Katyal, encouraged all the participants to enhance their capabilities to successfully emerge as entrepreneurs.
Sirjan of B.Sc. Home Science won third Prize in State Level Poster Making Competition organised by Department of Geography, Hindu Kanya Mahavidyalaya, Jind (Haryana) on the occasion of World Environment Day,2021. Prof. Sudha Katyal, Principal of the college, congratulated the student.
In sync with the Government's initiative to promote Atma Nirbharta, Home Science College started a webinar series by distinguished Alumni to motivate the budding entrepreneurs of the college. The college boasts of a large number of illustrious alumni who made their alma mater proud by being successful entrepreneurs and making a mark for themselves. The first webinar in this series was conducted by alumna Swati Talwar who after completing her M.Sc.in Foods and Nutrition in 2012 successfully launched a chain of 3 diet clinics at different places in U. P.
Swati shared her clients' experience and journeys and emphasized on the importance of incorporating the basic fundamentals taught during their course of study. Her session was quite interesting and inspiring for the budding entrepreneurs.
Principal Prof Sudha Katyal encouraged all the viewers to enhance their skills and capacity building to successfully emerge as entrepreneurs.
As a prelude to International Yoga Day, the faculty, non teaching staff and students of Government Home Science College are observing Yoga Sadhana Week from June 7- June 12.
The celebrations were kick started with an invigorating online session sponsored by a YouTuber yoga expert Ms Kanica Nayyar.
She elaborated on the health benefits of yoga and demonstrated various asanas including surya namaskar . Ms Kanika is a renowned yoga instructor and successfully runs her own venture " Yoga with Kanika".
The session saw a great response from all staff and students. Principal of the college Prof Sudha Katyal encouraged the participants to be an active part of this yoga week celebrations to extract benefits and ensure complete physical and mental well being for themselves.
To mark the World Environment Day, Government Home Science College organised Inter-College Face Mask Painting and Plant a Sapling of medicinal plant Competitions.
A number of entries were received from across the city. Judgement was done by Shri Debender Dalai ,IFS, Chief Conservator forest and wildlife and Director Environment Chd Admn. SAKSHI GOYAL
from Post Graduate Government College for Girls, Sec-42, Chandigarh bagged the first prize in the plant a sapling category whereas Devakshi Batta of Home Science College bagged the second prize and the third prize was awarded to Sheetal from PGGCG -42.
In the face mask painting competition, Amrit Sharma won the first prize, Deepika was awarded the second prize and Garima Chopra the third - all from Home Science College.
Principal Prof Sudha Katyal congratulated all the prize winners and urged everyone to pass on the message of the importance of keeping our environment green, clean and safe.
Online Workshop on "Psycho Social Support for Covid Pandemic Situation" in collaboration with Mahatma Gandhi National Council of Rural Education, Deptt of Higher Education, Ministry of Education, Govt. of India was organised. Resource person was Mr. Samarth Sharma, a representative of Mahatma Gandhi National Council of Rural Education, Govt. of India. 90 NSS Volunteers participated in the workshop.
Principal of the college, Prof. Sudha Katyal appreciated the enthusiasm of the students who whole heartedly participated in the workshop and reiterated the message of the workshop "Each one Reach one”.
Home Science Students Won First & Second Prize in an Inter-college Slogan Writing Competition and Third Prize in Poster Making Competition organised by PGGC-46, Chandigarh on World Environment Day. Congratulations to Komal Kakkar, Shreya Guglani & Tanvi Saini
The college organised an online workshop on "Psycho Social Support for Covid Pandemic Situation" in collaboration with Mahatma Gandhi National Council of Rural education, Deptt of Higher Education , Ministry of Education , Govt. of India . As the coronavirus pandemic sweeps across the world, it is inducing a considerable degree of fear , worry and concern in the public at large and among certain groups in particular, such as older adults, care providers and people with underlying health conditions. With new measures and restrictions introduced especially during quarantine and its effects on people's usual activities, routines or livelihoods ,one can see a rise in levels of loneliness, depression , drug use , self harm or suicidal tendencies. With the intentions of addressing some of these concerns arising due to COVID-19 ,the workshop was conducted by the college. Resource person was Mr Samarth Sharma, a representative of Mahatma Gandhi National Council of Rural Education , Govt. of India. A wonderful interactive session was held where over 90 students participated wholeheartedly and shared the information on available beds,Ventilators,ICU.Vaccine Awareness, Crowd Management at Covid Vaccine Centers, NGOs distributing food to COVID 19 Patients and COVID 19 Helpline numbers for giving emotional support to the covid affected patients .
Principal of the college , Prof. Sudha Katyal appreciated the enthusiasm of the students who wholeheartedly participated in the workshop and reiterated the message of the workshop "Each one Reach one" .
Krishma Verma of B.Sc. Home Science 3rd Year (Composite) won First position in English category & Second position in Hindi category in a writing competition entitled, ‘My Writing Journey Given By Pen is Love’ organised by Writing Maniacs QHP on Instagram. Prof. Sudha Katyal, Principal of the college, congratulated the student and encouraged other students to enhance their communicative & creative skills so as to develop holistically.
Tanu from B.Sc Home Science, Semester-II (Section- A, Roll No.- 34/20) and Laghima Sharma from B.Sc Home Science, Semester-II (Section- A, Roll No.- 51/20) for Slogan Writing and Anjali Kadian from B.Sc. Home Science, Semester II (Section-A, Roll No. 37/20) for Poem Writing (Hindi) made the college proud by winning Second Position and Third Position in Slogan Writing and First position in Poem Writing (Hindi) respectively in a National Level Competition to celebrate azadi ka amrut mahotsav, India@75 under the aegis of Ministry of Education, Government College of Commerce and Business Administration, Sector-50, Chandigarh.Principal of the college, Prof. Sudha Katyal congratulated the students and their mentors.
Home science Alumni and budding entrepreneur conducts Mandala workshop. The talented artist and budding entrepreneur has created her own 40 page album where she has elaborated the different techniques of learning Mandala design for beginners and also for others. All those interested to join may click on the link for details
Komal Kakkar from B.Sc Home Science, Semester-II (Section- A, Roll No.- 15/20) and Laghima Sharma from B.Sc Home Science, Semester-II ( Section- A, Roll No.- 51/20) brought laurels to the college by bagging Second Prize and Third Prize respectively in an Online Inter-college Earth Emoji Making Competition organised by Department of Environment Studies in collaboration with ‘Dharini’ ‘Environment Awareness Society’ , PGGC, Sector-46, Chandigarh. Principal of the college, Prof. Sudha Katyal congratulated the students and emphasised that we all should take responsibility to protect our planet with utmost care and we must save the Mother Earth for future generations as well.
SIDBI team visits Government Home Science college to evaluate the utilisation of first installment of grant amounting to Rs. 120000. The team comprised of Shri Rahul Priyadarshi, GM SIDBI and Ms. Suman Singh AGM SIDBI Chandigarh. To enhance the entrepreneurial skills of the budding entrepreneurs of the college and to provide marketing platform to the innovative products and services of the students and Alumni, SIDBI has sanctioned a grant of 1,50,000 to setup the information kiosk and display cum sale window in Home Science College.
The students and alumni of the college exhibitedtheir creative and innovative products in the Swawlamban window. Shri Priyadarshi GM during an interactive sessions with budding entrepreneurs of the college inspired them to enhance their marketing skills by displaying their creative products in this window and alsomotivated them to move further by exploring various funding opportunities and learning the nitty gritty of running a business enterprise.
Ms. Suman Singh, AGM, SIDBI urged the students to become self dependent and earn through selling and exploiting their skills..Placement incharge of the college, Dr. Shabana gave vote ofthanks tothe SIDBI team and said that this initiative willact as a driving force to push the students towards entrepreneurship and skill development.
Principal professor Sudha katiyal expressed her gratitude towards SIDBI for giving a platform to the students through this swawlamban window.
Sensitisation & Awareness Campaign on getting vaccinated against Corona by NSS Volunteers from April 11-14, 2021. The Vaccination Campaign was directed by Regional Directorate of NSS, Chandigarh under the Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports, Government of India. Prof. Sudha Katyal, Principal of the College urged the volunteers to sensitise and spread awareness among the masses to get vaccinated and lend a helping hand to the efforts being put in by the Corona warriors and the government.
Tanu Nishad, a student from B.Sc. Home Science, Semester-II (Section- A, Roll no-34/20) and Komal Kakkar from B.Sc Home Science, Semester-II (Section- A, Roll No.- 15/20) brought laurels to the college by bagging First Position in Slogan Writing Competition (English) & Third Position in Slogan Writing Competition (Hindi) respectively on the teachings of Sri Guru Teg Bahadar Jee at Guru Teg Bahadar National College, Dakha (Ludhiana) in the series of 400th Birth Anniversary celebrations of Sri Guru Teg Bahadar Jee by Punjab Government. Principal of the college Prof. Sudha Katyal congratulated the students and encouraged them to participate in future events with great zeal.
Prateek Kaur Sullar of B.Sc. Home Science IV Semester won first prize along with a cash prize of Rs 1500/- in a National Level Competition ‘Just Jute’ organised by MCM DAV College for Women, Sector-36 A, Chandigarh on 11.04.2021 (Result Declared)
The M.O.U will assist in organizing socially useful events with NSS and NCC Volunteers of the college. It also focuses on community participation activities, seminars and conferences on mutually agreed upon topics from time to time. It will also provide grass root level exposure by inviting eminent social workers and technical experts from time to time to promote capacity building and skill development of students. The college would be extending all possible support for mutually beneficial socially relevant community activities. Furthermore, the students of the college will assist the NGO Open Eyes Foundation in resilience building and counseling of underprivileged section of the society whereas the foundation will provide a platform to the students for their internships and real life exposure.
To boost entrepreneurship and to create awareness about healthy eating through consumption of herbs and spices in sync with the theme of Poshan Pakhwada - My Kitchen, My Dispensary, a budding entrepreneur of Home Science College exhibited her products at the swaavlamban window sponsored by SIDBI on the college campus. Sannati, a student of BSc Home Science displayed ready to use spices and their advantages for the teaching, non teaching staff of the college. This Swaavlamban window will be an initiative to promote the budding entrepreneurs to exhibit and sell their products and will provide a platform to them to 'Earn While They Learn'. Principal Prof Sudha Katyal urged the students to benefit from this opportunity provided at the college to help boost their start ups and entrepreneurship. She emphasized on the importance of including spices and herbs in our daily diet to help build up immunity.
Keeping up with the theme of the Poshan Pakhwada, Home Science College conducted an online recipe making and digital collage making competition on the theme 'My Kitchen My Dispensary.
More than 60 entries were received for both the competitions. In the recipe making category, Ishika Vijan of BSc Home Science won the first prize for making a herb enriched salad in vinnaigraite dressing. She shared the prize with Anandita of MSc who made herbal kahwa and Charu Bhatia of PGDND made Basil pasta.
In the digital collage making category, first prize was bagged by Aparna Mahajan of PGDND Home Science College
Principal Prof Sudha Katyal congratulated the winners and urged them to spread the message of eating healthy herbs through their creativity.
On the occasion of Poshan pakhwada an outreach program was conducted by Home Science College.
The audience for the session was School Going Children from Kashmir, Ludhiana , Banur
Highlight of the events included aims of hand washing techniques , hand hygiene and proper hand washing during covid 19 .Right way to wash your hands and
When and how to wash your hands was also advocated. Videos and posters were also shown to the audience.
The audience were also taught how to prepare hand sanitizer at home. More than 50 school going children attended the workshop.
Principal Prof Sudha Katyal encouraged the participants to follow the 5 sutras of Poshan to ensure sanitation and hygiene to help combat the coronavirus.
Keeping in sync with the theme of Poshan Abhiyaan and Poshan Pakhwada for better nutrition during first 1000 days of life, Home Science College organised a webinar on Addressing Malnutrition During COVID 19 in collaboration with Department of Social Welfare for Aanganwadi workers.
The webinar was presided by Chief Guest Madam Lippi Parida. The session started with an inaugural address by Principal Prof. Sudha Katyal where she threw light on how the corona pandemic has changed lives worldwide and brought a disparity in the economic and nutritional status of families. She discussed how the intensity and magnitude of corona has affected malnutrition and increased the hunger index where India ranks 94 out of 107 countries. Corona has provided a great set back to the progress achieved by our country in consonance with the second Sustainable Development goal of ending hunger, achieving food security and improved nutrition.
This was followed by a special message from the Chief Guest Madam Lippi Parida . She talked about the importance and role of women and especially aanganwadi workers in helping spread the message of eating right. She emphasized on the importance of addressing child malnutrition and the role of Poshan Abhiyaan and Poshan Pakhwada as key initiatives of the government.
The resource person of the webinar Prof Neelam Khetarpaul, Emeritus Prof. shared statistics and situation of malnutrition in India. She spoke about how the pandemic has affected the strategies and nutritional intervention programs of the government. She highlighted the importance of the schemes implemented by the government to help overcome this as well as the role of immunity boosting nutrients like zinc and vitamin C.Madam also spoke about the need to adopt biofortification and cluster agricultural practises to help combat malnutrition.
The webinar was attended by more than 300 Viewers and aanganwadi workers.
Principal Prof Sudha Katyal encouraged the audience to gain maximum benefit from the webinar and as grass root level front line workers to help spread this message to help prevent onset of malnutrition especially during the pandemic times.
A webinar on Poshan ke 5 Sutra was organised by Home Science College as part of the one on going celebrations of Poshan Pakhwada
Prerna, an MSc student of the college, addressed the listeners on the importance of eating right during the first 1000 days of life. She also emphasized on the importance of including iron rich sources in the daily diet to help prevent anemia. The session was conducted online and was attended by more than 50 viewers.
Principal Prof Sudha Katyal motivated the students to conduct such outreach activities to ensure knowledge enhancement and capacity building. She also emphasized on the need for eating right in the first 1000 days of life to help curb the intergenerational cycle of malnutrition
As part of the celebrations of Poshan Pakhwada, Home Science College organised an Online Awareness Generation Program on Malnutrition and it's Consequences.
The session was conducted by Ms. Rajinder Kaur an MSc student of the college. More than 75 viewers attended the live session where she discussed about all the aspects of malnutrition and it's prevention
Principal of the college, Prof Sudha Katyal urged everyone to spread the message of eating right and prevent malnutrition for a healthy tomorrow.
As part of the ongoing celebrations of Poshan Pakhwada, Home Science College organised a live demonstration on use of kitchen herbs in some common recipes, keeping in sync with the theme "My Kitchen, My Dispensary".
The demonstration was conducted by Ms. Anupreet, a student of MSc Foods and Nutrition, who shared tips and recipes of watermelon smoothie, ragi dhokla and cilantro relish incorporating herbs in them. The demo was conducted live on the Facebook page of the college and saw more than 200 viewers.
Principal Prof Sudha Katyal motivated the viewers to use locally available herbs in their daily recipes to ensure that the kitchen can really be used as a dispensary.
The poet side of NSS Volunteers was witnessed in a poetry writing competition on ‘Role of Freedom Fighters in India’s Freedom Struggle’. A wide array of emotions of patriotism, struggle, hardships and love for the country were portrayed in the writings of the volunteers.
Emphasizing the indomitable spirit, diversified culture and glorious past of India, Principal of the college, Prof. Sudha Katyal, elaborated on the contribution of freedom fighters in India’s freedom struggle. She further emphasized on the lessons learnt from the past and appealed the volunteers to act with responsibility to keep the dignity of the independence which our country has achieved through immense hardships and sacrifices of our freedom fighters. Further, she also applauded and encouraged the students for their overwhelming participation in the events.