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MRS-PTU honours PSEB toppers; offers 100% tuition fee waiver to first 5 in PSEB Merit List

Bathinda, June 29, 2022 (Yes Punjab News)
The Punjab School Education Board (PSEB) declared the class 12 board exam results on Tuesday. Congratulating the students of Punjab school Education board of class 12th, MRSPTU Vice Chancellor Prof. Buta Singh Sidhu said” It’s worth mentioning that 1st,2nd & 3rd positions on the PSEB merit list are occupied by proud girl students and it’s moment of pride that our girls are performing excellent in academics ”

Dr. Singh appreciated the efforts put in by the school teachers and parents for preparing their students for a promising future.

To support the meritorious students, the Vice Chancellor announced a 100% Tuition fee waiver scholarship to the first 5 students on the PSEB merit list for pursuing their further studies in the university campus.

“To boost the moral of students, our university approached the students to honour them”, he added.

It worth mentioning that the University holds 12B status of UGC and shined in Atal Ranking of Institutes on Innovation Achievements (ARIIA) for 2021 by bagging 4th position in Beginner Band and Overall 62nd position in India among Government Universities. The University offers wide range of UG, PG and PhD level programmes of Engineering & Technology, Sciences, Architecture & Planning, Commerce & Management, Pharmaceutical Sciences, Computer Applications, Food Sciences, Agricultural Sciences and Airlines, Tourism & Hospitality along with various skill certificate courses. University has collaboration/MoUs with Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan (United States), Vancouver Island University, Canada and Thompson Rivers University, Kamloops (Canada) for exchange of scientific and/or technological research/recruitment of students to degree seeking programs in the institutions. MRSPTU also encourages students to excel in various sports and extra-curricular activities by conducting various competitions and providing necessary infrastructure.

Today Dr. Manjeet Bansal, Chairman (Admissions) accompanied with Er. Harjot Singh Sidhu, Director (T&P) visted the native place of Arshpreet Kaur at village Bhachoana-Mansa and Kulvinder Kaur at Jaito to present a token of appreciation on the behalf of MRSPTU Bathinda.

Dr. Bansal discussed scope of various technical programmes and added that University had recently started various programmes in emerging technologies to bridge the gap between education and industry. University has also got grant for the development of AICTE-IDEA Lab. Registrar-Dr. Gurinder Pal Singh and Director (Public Relations)-Sh. Harjinder Singh Sidhu, Er. Sukhjinder Singh, Er. Manpreet Kaur Sidhu congratulated to the students, their family members and teachers for their efforts/achievement.

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