Holi. The festival does not recognize any bars of caste, class or creed. Drenched in colours, everybody comes to resemble each other losing their original self. This is the beauty of this festival. Its uniqueness lies in the fact that this festival treats everybody at par, all differences dissolve in the coloured water that flows in plenty in it.
So, on the festival of Mazza & Masti “Holi”. All the classes (Lab & Theory) will be suspended from 7th March to 9th March. After that all classes will be as per schedule.
Exchange sweets and smother each other with 'Rang-Gulal' Leave behind old rivalries
And bring-up up love and brotherhood... "Hey... Sing yourself & Celebrate yourself"
Who have successfully completed their course-duration, are advised to deposit their examination-fee till 20-02-2020. Date of examination has been fixed on 27th of Feb 2020 (12:30pm). Special classes for examinee candidate will be started from 22nd of Feb 2020. Any request regarding examination must be submitted till 26th Feb 2020 (03:30pm) in written format.
Makar Sankranti is the day when the glorious Sun (God of Hindus) begins its ascendancy and entry into the Northern Hemisphere.
The day has various spiritual aspects. As Puranas say that on this day Sun visits the house of his son Shani, who is the swami of Makar Rashi. These father & son do not ordinarily get along nicely, but inspite of any difference between each other Lord Sun makes it a point to meet each other on this day. This day symbolized the importance of special relationship of father & son. It is the son who has the responsibility to carry forward his fathers dream and the continuity of the family. The day also known as when Lord Vishnu ended the ever increasing terrorism of the Asuras by finishing them off and burying their heads under the Mandar Parvat. So this occasion also represents the end of negativities and beginning of an era of righteous living.
Makar Sankranti is one of the most auspicious day for the Hindus, and is celebrated in almost all parts of the country with great devotion. Lakhs of people take a dip in places like Ganga Sagar & Prayag and pray to Lord Sun. It is celebrated with pomp in southern parts of the country as Pongal, and in Punjab is celebrated as Lohri & Maghi. Gujarati's not only look reverentially up to the sun, but also offer thousands of their colorful oblations in the form of beautiful kites all over the skyline.
On the auspicious day of "Makar Sankranti" all classes (Lab & Theory) will be suspend from 14th Jan to 15th Jan.
"As The Sun Begins His Northward Journey, Hope He Blesses U With Happiness & Good Luck...!!!"
"Happy Makar Sakranti...!!!"
Here’s a wonderful New Year has come with ‘New Expectations’, ‘New Opportunities’, ‘New Challenges’ and a whole new way of delighting people related with you. To welcome the wonderful New Year & a warm adieu to the old, all classes (Lab & Theory) will be suspended on 31st Dec 2019 & 1st Jan 2020.
Wish that the year be a messenger of joy, happiness, peace, smiles & good tidings for you and your family. Happy New Year. Have a happy life ahead... :)