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Wednesday, 9 September 2020

Books distributed to students

Karnal: Two NGOs of Karnal, Guru Nanak Sewa Society and Satya Foundation, distributed books, stationary items, sanitisers and masks to the students on the premises of Raghunath Model School where Class IX and X students of Raghunath Model and Guru Teg Bahadur School were present. The NGO volunteers have been delivering these items to the students since June. Some of the students had even requested them for providing a tab or mobile for their online studies, which were provided to them after verifying their financial condition.

Event on 100th birth anniv of CR Rao

Rohtak: The Department of Statistics at Maharishi Dayanand University (MDU) will felicitate seven professors of various subjects for their commendable contribution to research work on the occasion of 100th birth anniversary of doyen of Indian Statistics Prof CR Rao on September 10. Prof SC Malik, Head of the Department, said selection of the professors had been made by a committee on the basis of their academic record and names of only those professors were discussed, whose more than 30 research papers were published in reputed national and international journals. "CS Pundir from biochemistry, Anil Kumar Chhillar from biotechnology, Renu Chug from mathematics, Arun Nanda and Sanju Nanda from pharmaceutical science, Rajesh Dhankar from bioinformatics and Kanchan Jain from statistics are the professors who will be felicitated at the function," said Prof Malik.

Patent for automatic dialysis device

Hisar: The failure of kidney is one of the common health problems in these days and to address the problem, Dr Sumit Saroha, Department of Printing Technology, Guru Jambheshwar University of Science and Technology here has got a patent for developing an automatic dialysis device based on sensors and Internet of Things (IoT). This will automatically complete the dialysis process without any manual assistance. This device can also be connected to mobile through the IoT platforms. Vice-Chancellor Prof Tankeshwar Kumar and Registrar Dr Avnesh Verma congratulated Dr Saroha for this achievement. The VC said every possible help would be provided to Dr Saroha for further research work.

Webinar on new Education policy

Palwal: Shri Vishwakarma Skill University (SVSU) organised a webinar on the New Education Policy 2020. The webinar was attended by Padma Bushan Prof Jagdish Sheth, Goizueta Business School of Emory University Marketing Prof Charles H Kellstadt, Academy of Indian Marketing president Jayant Shah, SVSU Vice-Chancellor Raj Nehru and SVSU Registrar Prof RS Rathore, along with other faculty members and students. Chief guest Dr Sheth spoke on the education policies of developed countries such as the USA, the UK, Japan, Singapore and South Korea etc, and emphasised on the importance of skill education. Jayant Shah said educational institutes should pay more attention to the holistic development of students.

Online interactive session

Hisar: The Haryana School of Business (HSB), Guru Jambheshwar University of Science and Technology here organised an online interactive session namely 'HSBians Talk' with its alumni Pooja Malik who is currently serving as South Delhi Leasing at Indospace vice-president. She has completed her MBA (Marketing) from the HSB during 1998-2000. HSB director Prof Karam Pal Narwal chaired the session and HSB alumni relations coordinator Prof Sanjeev Kumar acted as the moderator of it. Parmod Kumar and Prerna Tuteja coordinated the session. Prof Narwal pressed upon the need and importance of such interactions between former and current students of an institution.

1,350 face masks distributed

Karnal: Yamunanagar branch of the Aakash Educational Services Ltd (AESL) distributed 1,350 face masks amongst the citizens of Yamunanagar. The number was equal to the number of students who scored 90 per cent and above marks in the CBSE, state boards and other Class X and XII examinations from Haryana, Punjab and Himachal Pradesh, the results for which were announced last month. Out of the 1,350, 24 students were from the Yamunanagar branch of the institute. This is a part of the state-wide campaign of the AESL that entails distribution of around 27,000 face masks throughout various cities in Punjab and Haryana by the end of this week.

Social entrepreneurship certificate

Hisar: Guru Jambheshwar University of Science and Technology here has received a certificate for social entrepreneurship and sanitation and rural engagement cell from the Mahatma Gandhi National Higher Education Department, Department of Rural Education, Ministry of Education, Government of India. Vice-Chancellor Prof Tankeshwar Kumar and Registrar Dr Avnesh Verma congratulated the university fraternity for this achievement. The VC said this was a proud moment for the university. He said the university had successfully prepared the action plan for social entrepreneurship and rural engagement cell and separate committees had been formed to improve facilities in the areas of sanitation, waste management, water management, energy conservation, greenery and Covid on the university premises and adopted villages.

from The Tribune

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