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Updated At: Sep 03, 2021 01:39 PM (IST)

Jalandhar: In what could be called a proud moment for all stakeholders of Dr BR Ambedkar National Institute of Technology, Jalandhar, the institute has ranked among the world’s top institutes/ universities this year. As Times Higher Education Ranking-2022 was announced today, NITJ was ranked and placed in a ranking band of 1001-1200 with other prestigious institutes of national importance of the country such as IIT Bhubaneswar, IISER Bhopal, IIT Mandi, IIT Dhanbad, NIT Tiruchirappalli, and VNIT Nagpur. Director Prof Lalit Kumar Awasthi congratulated all stakeholders for their continuous hard work. He said the persistent efforts that have been made to improve teaching-learning process by recruiting more than 100 new faculty members. TNS
372 get placed at two job fairs
Jalandhar: As many as 372 unemployed youths today got placed during two job fairs organised at the office of BDPO offices Rurka Kalan and Lohian Khas. DC Ghanshyam Thori said 454 unemployed youth took part in both the camps. A total of 13 companies, including Pukhraj heathcare, rank step, placemeds, star health insurance, Airtel/Phone Pay/ SBI credits, agile, A-One International, SIS Securities, Health Herbal, Pukhraj Health, LIC of India, SBI Life Insurance, NIIT Ltd participated in the job fairs during which 372 unemployed youth got placed on the spot. The DC mentioned that such job fairs had been scheduled for the whole month of September during which avenues of employment would be offered to participants. The DC also called upon the youth to register themselves on www.pgrkam.com for more jobs. They can also contact on 90569-20100 for further information, he added. TNS
AIKMS condemns Moga lathicharge
Jalandhar: The All India Kisan Mazdoor Sabha on Thursday condemned the baton charge on 700 Kirti Kisan Union (KKU) members in Moga while they were on their way to question Akali leader Sukhbir Badal. As per the Sanyukta Kisan Morcha, farmers led by KKU had gone to question the Akalis on their support to the farm laws while they were in the NDA and how they changed the sides ahead of the elections to divert the attention of voters. AIKMS has demanded immediate suspension of Moga SP and also called upon all unions of the SKM all over the country to protest the lathicharge. TNS
Woman duped of Rs5.18 lakh
Hoshiarpur: The Sadar police booked a woman for allegedly duping another woman of Rs 5.18 lakh on the pretext of sending her son to Canada on study visa. Varinder Kaur, a resident of Mehatpur village, had complained to the SSP that Rajni Dhiman, a resident of Chandigarh, allegedly took Rs 5.18 lakh from her promising her to send her son to Canada, but neither did she send him abroad nor returned the money. A case has been registered against the accused. OC
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