324 engineering students get degrees
Chandigarh, April 29th 2006, Tribune News Service
The annual convocation of Punjab Engineering College, Sector 12, was held today. As many as 324 graduates received degrees. Prof P.V. Indersen, president of the Indian Academy of Engineering, gave the degrees to budding engineers.
Speaking on the occasion, Prof Indersen exhorted the graduates not to neglect self study which was very important for progress in ones' profession. According to him the true hallmark of success is to secure respect from ones' juniors.
Prof Vijay Gupta, Director of the PEC, read out the annual report and highlighted the achievements of the college.
The Chairman of the board of governors of the college also addressed the students and urged them to channelise their energy towards positive endeavours.
Rahul Kumar Kandoi of electrical engineering secured the administrator gold medal for overall performance in academic field. Harsimran Singh Brar of computer science department got the advisory gold medal for sports. Rajan Jindal received the Miglani memorial gold medal. Abha Setia, of aeronautical engineering was given Kalpana Chawla memorial award. They were also given cash prizes.
Other who also got the administrator gold medal were Seema Dahnkar of aeronautical department, Rajan Jindal of computer science and engineering, Deepika Kharbanda of electrical engineering, Kavita Garg of electronics and electrical department, Taranjeet Singh Johal of mechanical engineering, Garima Sharma metallurgy department, Vanita Bhatia of production engineering and Amreen Kaur Chug from information and eechnology.
Those who secured the silver medals were Nikita Thakur and Ghandarv Banerjee from aeronautical department, Himmi Gupta from civil engineering, Baljinder Suingh, computer sciences engineering, Deepika Kharbanda of electrical engineering, Nitin Gupta from electronics and electrical communication, Arpit Mittal from mechanical engineering, Kanwarjeet Kaur Rangi, metallurgy department, Sarvnipun Singh Chawla of production engineering, Mahinder Pal of information technology.
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