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Saturday, 25 July 2020

3 students bag top honours

Karnal: Students of Indira Gandhi Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Kaithal, made their college proud again by securing fifth, eighth and 10th positions at KUK in BMC (1st semester). Officiating principal Arti Garg said Kurukshetra University had declared BMC 1st semester result on July 21and college student Ravita securing 80.4 per cent marks achieved fifth position in KUK, Sahiba securing 77.8 per cent was 8th and Ritu was placed10th by securing 77 per cent, marks. On this occasion, Surjeet Bahadur Khurania, president, Narender Miglani, general secretary, Bal Kishan Latka, treasurer of governing body, congratulated the officiating principal, staff and students.

e-faculty development programme

Kurukshetra: "The quality of research is directly correlated with infrastructure, commitment of researchers and can be done by having capabilities and desire to enjoy it," said former retired professor Prof MM Goel from Kurukshetra University. He was delivering the inaugural address as the chief guest of the e-faculty development programme on "Advanced qualitative and quantitative techniques" organised by the Department of Business Administration ABES Engineering College, Ghaziabad.

e-conference to be organised

Faridabad: The JC Bose University of Science and Technology, YMCA, Faridabad, in association with the research cell of the Bhartiya Shikshan Mandal will organise a national e-conference on "Re-establishment of Bharatiyata in present era"on August 8 and 9, 2020. Vice-Chancellor Prof Dinesh Kumar said the objective of this conference was to evolve the strategies, policies, processes and programmes for recognising, revalidating and reinstating the social, cultural and spiritual ancient Bharatiya values, methodology and practices in the present system of different sectors of national development and to restore Bharatiyata in all walks of life. He said the multiple challenges and crisis had emerged as a result of the Covid pandemic. The university had decided to motivate and invite people from different disciplines and fields of development to assemble, participate, discuss and contribute through online conference in collaboration with the Bhartiya Shikshan Mandal (BSM). The last date of registration for the conference is July 31, 2020. The interested participants can submit the manuscripts of their articles for the conference on the email by July 27. The details of the conference have been made available on the university website.

Managing finance in Covid times

Kurukshetra: The one-day national webinar was organised under the aegis of association of mutual funds in India by the College of Pharmacy and Biotechnology, Department of Maharishi Markandeshwar Deemed University. The theme of the webinar was the strategy to manage personal finance, including mutual funds in the current situation and future of the Covid pandemic . Inaugurating the webinar, chief guest Dr Harish Sharma, Pro-Vice-Chancellor, MM (DU), Mullana, described the current global epidemic as a state of emergency and the need for finance management. Underlined Principal Dr Sumeet Gupta welcomed all speakers and guests in the welcome address and highlighted the usefulness and necessity of online seminar as a multi-dimensional medium. Organising secretary Dr Manish Kumar welcomed various teachers, researchers attending from different states.

from The Tribune

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