Idols and the polluted rivers

Idols and the polluted rivers

Sir Durga Puja has arrived, bringing a festive season with itself.  We can see the huge pandals getting fixed with various beautiful decorations and lights. The rituals will last for 10 days but 7th, 8th and 9th are the major attractions. People dress themselves in their best attires and visit pandals and fairs. On the […]

Health Camp held at Patna Women’s College

Health Camp held at Patna Women’s College

Health Centre, P.G Department of Home Science has organized a health camp in Collaboration with Department of Community and Family Medicine, AIIMS, Patna. A team of eight Doctors under the supervision of Dr. Neeraj Agrawal, HOD, conducted blood test using finger-prick method to evaluate blood Hemoglobin level among the students of Patna Women’s College. Post– […]

Pre-Placement joining sessions held at PWC

Pre-Placement joining sessions held at PWC

Placement and Career Counselling Cell of Patna Women’s college organised two  sessions  of Pre-Placement joining on 5th October. Professor Sangeeta Magan of New Delhi Institute of Management, New Delhi and Dr. Roopam Gasain of ITM Business School, Navi Mumbai, conducted the sessions from 10:30 a.m. to 12:00 a.m.  and 12:30 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. respectively. […]

Written Quiz on Cultural Tourism in India: PWC

Written Quiz on Cultural Tourism in India: PWC

On 27th September, a college level Written Quiz on ‘Cultural Tourism in India was organized by the Department of Geography, Patna Women’s College on the occasion of ‘World Tourism Day’. The Department of Geography conducts an Add-on Certificate Course ‘Travel and Tourism Management’ and every year celebrates this day by organizing some program. This year […]

Personality development workshop organised in PWC

Personality development workshop organised in PWC

On Wednesday 26th September, Patna Women’s College organised two day personality development workshop. Motivational Guru Dr. Rajendra Gandhi conducted the workshop. He described how five sutras can bring a positive change in life. He also emphasized upon the role of commitment as well as flexibility in one’s life. The workshop was interactive, the students were […]

SOCIAL MEDIA: A PASTIME OR ADDICTION?

SOCIAL MEDIA: A PASTIME OR ADDICTION?

  Sir, Today the world has been connected by the web leading to various communications happening in no time. It can surely be said that world indeed has came a long way in technological advancements. But the thing which has been a arising issue since few months is excessive use of this technology. A recent […]

Gandhi Setu or Accident Site?

Gandhi Setu or Accident Site?

Sir  Mahatma Gandhi Setu, popularly known as Gandhi Setu is the longest ( but not the oldest) bridge of Bihar. It connects Patna to Hajipur and is the third longest bridge in India. Few years ago, it was one of the longest river bridges in India with the total length of 5750 metres. It was […]

Road Safety – Who’s responsibility?

Road Safety – Who’s responsibility?

Sir Motorization has enhanced the lives of many individuals and societies, but the benefits have come with a price. Although the number of lives lost in road accident as a developing country, India is no exception not a day passes without Road Traffic accidents happening in which countless  people are killed or disabled. Those who […]

Hand-loom products: never out of fashion

Hand-loom products: never out of fashion

Sir, Handlooms [things which are made by hand] are now in trend once again with a bang. There was a time when the hand made products were at big in demand but the introduction of the technology has affected them somehow. Power looms are one of the reasons why handlooms lost its significance. As we […]

Outcome of Kiki: Creative punishment

Outcome of Kiki: Creative punishment

Sir, India is now facing a new challenge which is trending among the youngsters “The Kiki challenge” introduced by Canadian rapper Drake, which involved people stepping out of a moving vehicle and dancing to his song “In My Feelings”. Youngsters are taking up this challenge just to show their friends that they are cool and […]

Patna University teachers going on mass leave

Patna University teachers going on mass leave

Sir, Teachers and non-teaching staff of Patna University have vowed to go on mass casual leave on Saturday demanding implementation of seventh pay commission scale despite vice-chancellor Rash Bihari Prasad Singh appealing to them to not go ahead with the agitation. Around 300 teachers and an equal number of non-teaching employees will go on mass […]

Not enough letter writers, dying post-offices?

Not enough letter writers, dying post-offices?

Sir, Letters strengthen  relationships.  A simple sentence means so much when it is scribbled on the paper. Waiting for that letter to reach, anticipation, waiting for reaction it means so much more than a person can think. In letters each words shows emotions. Each sentence makes them feel. During the 80’s, the Bollywood song ‘Dakiya […]

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