Panjab University Girls Hostel 10 and International Hostel interact with students

Chandigarh, June 23, 2020: Panjab University
Neerja Bhanot Hall, Girls Hostel
number 10 and International Hostel
organised an interactive session
today on the topic “Student Reflection:
My life during Covid-19”.
Wardens, Dr. Archana Chauhan,
Girls Hostel 10, Dr. Harveen Kaur,
International Hostel, Dr. Ravneet
Kaur (GH3), Dr. Sanjeev Gautam
Boys Hostel 3, Dr.Varinder Negi.
Boys Hostel 2 coordinated the session.
The session started with the
address by the Dean Student Welfare
(Women) Prof. Sukhbir Kaur.
She assured the students that the
Panjab University authorities are
well aware of the difficulties faced
by the students and will take decisions
keeping in view the safety
and well-being of the students.
During this session, Students
Representatives such as Manpreet
Mahal (Council Secretary 2019-
20), Paramveer, Kanurpiya, Amandeep
Kaur and Diskha Bhanot,
along with others, interacted with
the residents of the hostels.
The representatives thanked the
authorities for starting the webinar
and interactive session series as
they feel connected with the University.
They also expressed their satisfaction
on the measures taken by
the Panjab University authorities
towards the students during this
pandemic.
Following this, the students
shared their experiences as well
their perspective during the lockdown
in the wake of the COVID
pandemic.
Different aspects of students’
lives and how the lockdown and
the COVID pandemic affected
their life was dealt upon by the students
in this highly interactive session.
The issues discussed by the students
ranged from self-introspection
during the lockdown, spending
quality time with parents, missing
Panjab University campus life to
social issues like stress management
during Covid, emotional turmoil
etc.
Students shared that they took
full advantage of the lockdown to
pursue their hobbies like cooking,
painting, embroidery, story writing
etc apart from studying their subjects.
They also expressed their happiness
that the pandemic allowed
them to spend a lot quality time
with their families which otherwise,
they could not have imagined.
Around 100 students participated
in the highly enjoyable and engrosing
session.

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