A paradise on earth: My Maldives diary Lounging on a beach with a good book, soaking up the sunshine in between swimming in the sea is my idea of an ideal holiday. And, that’s exactly what I did in Maldives. With its pristine, white-sand
Fifteen youth secured jobs through the Umeed/AR Job placement service. Unemployment is the scourge of society. Rural development projects in India have to focus on creating jobs for youth within their villages or towns so they don’t need to go elsewhere. Read more on http://www.arvindkhanna.com/social-empowerment.html
The Students’ Welfare Society, Sangrur conducted orientation sessions with candidates who have secured jobs through Umeed/AR Jobs placement services. The youth were briefed about the companies they were joining, their job profile and responsibilities.
Some scholars say that phulkari came from Iran while others believe it originated in Central Asia and was brought to India by the Jat tribes. Even the Vedas, Mahabharat and Guru Granth Sahib have references to the folk art. Amazing facts, aren’t they? Read more stories at http://www.arvindkhanna.com/rural-development-in-punjab.html
Gave a racing cycle to Hakam Singh’s son, Sandeep of Ghanouri Kalan village, Dhuri. I believe in encouraging sports among the youth. Read more: http://www.arvindkhanna.com/rural-development-in-punjab.html
Umeed held a career counselling workshop for youth to help them make the right career choices and prepare them for job interviews. The workshop is a great step in the direction of human resource development in India.
Companies such as CCD, Serco group Mohali and student welfare society, Sangrur conducted interviews at our campus during the week to recruit tele callers, English teachers and other staff. 28 candidates have been placed during this period and a total of 43 candidates have got jobs in the month of January. Great news.