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Shimla AHS students tickle taste buds at cooking competition, get tips on healthy dietary habits

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SHIMLA- In a sequence to the celebration of 150th Anniversary of the Auckland House School management had recently organized a workshop on Nutrition by Nandini Pathania which was followed by a dry food cooking competition.

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During the workshop Nandini, emphasized on the importance of healthy food. Students were informed that 150 mg calcium is important for a human body and hence it’s important to maintain balance to live a healthy life. She laid stress on nourishment and encouraged students to change their food habits.

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Pathania informed that dieting doesn’t have positive results in the long run as often by end of day one ends up having extra food. She encouraged students to be sensible and careful about food habits and keep five groups, namely sugar, fats, vegetables, pulses and rice, as essential part of their diet.

She concluded her workshop by her message

Love yourself and before losing everything it’s better to take care of self while time is still in hand,

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In the workshop various school including Loreto Convent Tara Hall, Convent Of Jesus & Mary, St. Edwards, Chapslee, Auckland House School Boys, St. Thomas’, Monal and DAV participated.

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During the dry food cooking competition, students showcased their cooking talent by preparing various dishes that were judged by Bali and Nandini – two well known names that have been training and guiding students to pursue healthy diet, thus, healthy life.

Students used various food items that are rich in nutrient values, like fresh fruits, vegetables and sprouts to prepared dishes like strawberry blast, pasta, Raj Kachori and Chatpati Tokri to name.

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Card making competition based on ‘Thoughtful Reflections’ was also organized where students gave wings to their creativity in form of themes like female feticide, birthday wishes, celebration of motherhood in form of mother’s day celebration.

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As per the results in card competition category A (junior section till class 8) Auckland House School for Girls was judged first, Loreto Convent Tara Hall second, and St. Edwards third. In category B, Auckland House School grabbed first place, Monal Public School stood second, and St. Edwards was on third position.

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In cooking competition, Loreto Convent Tara Hall was first, Auckland House School for Girls second, and St. Edwards stood third.

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Himachal Shuts Down All Educational Institutes A Week After Re-Opening 

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Himachal Pradesh Educational Institutes closed again

Shimla-A week after re-opening for regular classes, the Himachal Pradesh Government had to shut down all government and private schools, colleges, ITIs, polytechnics, engineering colleges and coaching institutes from 11th to 25th November 2020, for students, teaching and non-teaching staff amid alarming surge in COVID-19 cases and fatalities.

The decision was taken in a Cabinet meeting held on November 10, 2020. It’s pertinent to mention that the state government had re-opened the school for the students of 9th to 12th from November 2. However, during the past few days, hundreds of teachers and several students tested positive in various schools, especially in Mandi district.

Meanwhile, the unpreparedness of the state government came to light as the largest medical facility – IGMC Shimla- ran out of space in isolation wards for COVID-19 patients. It’s packed to full capacity. Reportedly, another dedicated COVID-19 hospital – DDU Shimla- was also running out of space. The government has also failed to establish make-shift hospitals, which it had been promising for the past couple of months. However, Chief Minister Jairam Thakur had been maintaining in media statements that the government was prepared for all eventualities.

Questions have also been raised over the quality of protective gear provided to health staff as several officials tested positive at a COVID-19 hospital in Mandi district.

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Nauni Varsity Session 2020-21: List of Selected Candidates for UG Courses Released

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UHF Nauni UG Course Selection list 2020-21

Solan: Dr. YS Parmar University of Horticulture and Forestry, Nauni has released the college and discipline wise list of selected candidates, both for normal and self-financing seats for admission to BSc Horticulture, BSc Forestry and B Tech Biotechnology for academic session 2020-21. The list of selected candidates, college and discipline wise has been prepared on the basis of counselling proformas and the relevant reservation documents submitted by the candidates through email. 

The selected candidates have been advised to deposit the admission fee in the respective bank accounts of the colleges on any day between 9-12 November. Presently due to COVID, the concessional fee is being charged from the candidates. The candidates will have to send a copy of the bank receipt no/ screenshot of the fee deposited online on the email of the colleges mentioned in the notification. Non-deposit of the fee within the due date will result in the cancellation of the claim for admission.

The candidates are advised to go through the detailed notification uploaded on the university website. The concessional fee details, bank account numbers of respective colleges along with email address has been given in the list. In view of COVID, the classes of the students will be conducted through online mode till further orders.  

The selected candidates shall have to report to the dean of the concerned college along with original documents(list mentioned in the notification) as and when directed by the way of a notice on the university website.

 

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Himachal’s Schools/Colleges to Re-Open for Regular Classes from Today  

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Shimla-Schools in Himachal Pradesh are today re-opening for regular classes after remaining closed for over seven months due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The decision was taken to allow regular classes for the students of Class 9th to 12th  in the last meeting of the Cabinet. However, online classes would also continue. Regular classes would also be resumed in the colleges from today onwards.

The SOPs have also been issued in this regard. According to the SOPs, a written consent of parents to send their children to schools would be mandatory, and the students can opt to study online if they do not wish to attend the school physically.

Also, schools can’t enforce attendance on students. In case the number of students is more than that of the capacity of classrooms, then principals/headmasters have been given liberty to conduct classes on alternate days to maintain social distancing.

Meanwhile, COVID-19 continues to tighten grip on the state as eight deaths were reported on November 1, 2020. Over two dozen staff including Dr Janak Raj, MS, also tested positive at the IGMC Shimla. Earlier, 22 school teachers in Mandi district and Education Minister had also tested positive.

Till November 1, 2020 (9 PM), the official statistics of the state Health Department showed the total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases to be 22264, of which 2973. A total of 320 persons had lost their lives due to COVID-19. 

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