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Wednesday, 12 August 2020

DAV Centenary College holds Career counselling through webinar

Faridabad: The DAV Centenary College, Faridabad, held a career counselling programme through a webinar. Launched since July 27, it concluded on Tuesday with the organisers conversing with various stakeholders, including students, to make them aware of various courses and providing a solution to numerous queries regarding admissions in wake of the ongoing pandemic.''The purpose of this programme was also to provide necessary details of various disciplines and other important information such as the eligibility of student, fee-structure, syllabus, admission procedure and documentation. The students were made aware of the co-curricular activities such as the NCC, NSS, YRC, Sports and EMA,'' claimed a spokesperson of the college. All the faculty members under the supervision of respective deans and HoDs pitched in to clarify the doubts and concerns of the students and their parents. This online programme concluded under the leadership of the officiating Principal Dr Savita Bhagat and Dr Archana Bhatia was the overall coordinator of the programme.

JC Bose university inks MoU with ASSOCHAM council

Faridabad: To take initiatives to another level and to promote eco-friendly activities on the campus, JC Bose University of Science and Technology, YMCA, Faridabad, inked an MoU with the ASSOCHAM National Council for Green and Eco-friendly Movement (CGEM) to promote mutual cooperation and exchange programmes in the field of environment sustainability. The MoU ceremony, which was held on a digital platform, was attended by Vice-Chancellor Prof Dinesh Kumar, registrar Dr SK Garg, chairperson of environmental engineering department Dr Renuka Gupta, director, industrial relations Dr Rashmi Popli from the university, and chairman of CGEM Pankaj Dharkar and senior director Neeraj Arora from ASSOCHAM. ASSOCHAM CGEM offers a sustainability certification programme which is specifically designed for the sustainable design and development of the buildings and related developments, to enhance the knowledge of building professionals on green building concepts and technologies. This collaboration will facilitate the students of the university from environmental science, civil engineering and mechanical engineering background to get exposure to green building design strategies, waste management and sustainable development. It will facilitate the students to participate in the training programme on green building certification conducted by the CGEM apart from seminars and workshops on the issue of environment sustainability. The environmental science department will act as the nodal department to execute collaborative initiatives with the CGEM. Expressing pleasure over the tie-up, the V-C said the green initiatives of ASSOCHAM would help the university in getting expertise in green and eco-friendly development as the university has a plan to develop its second campus in Bhakari village of Faridabad which comes under the Gurugram-Faridabad Aravali hills forest range.

National webinar organised

Kurukshetra: Professor MM Goel, retired from Kurukshetra University, said for the revival of the Indian economy post the pandemic era, the Finance Commission needs to be made permanent for allocating the resources in the absence of the Planning Commission. While addressing the online national webinar organised by Manohar Memorial (PG) College, Fatehabad on the topic 'Needonomics as revival strategy for the Indian Economy post pandemic', he said all kinds of deficits, including fiscal, revenue, budget, primary, trade and above all trust could be addressed by adopting needonomics, which could reduce the coefficient of distrust in all sectors of the economy. The needonomist will make life smooth for MSMEs.

from The Tribune

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