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Tuesday, 1 September 2020

Prospectus for international students out

Rohtak: Maharshi Dayanand University (MDU) Vice-Chancellor Prof Rajbir Singh on Monday released the prospectus for foreign students for the session 2020-2021. The VC said foreign students had been attracted to MDU due to its excellent academic standards, A+ NAAC grading, modern infrastructure and pulsating campus life. He congratulated the Centre for International Academic Affairs (CIAA) for their initiatives. CIAA Dean Prof AK Rajan said international students could apply for academic programmes at the university online till September 15 following which online merit list would be displayed on September 22. Selected candidates will have to deposit fee through online mode up to September 30. Notably, details of MDU's academic programmes are available at portal/website The Dean said 108 foreign students from 18 countries had already applied for the academic programmes through government of India's study in India portal. He said the prospectus being released was for direct admission to the academic programmes of university.

Off-campus placement drive

Hisar: Three students of Guru Jambheshwar University of Science and Technology have been selected in the off-campus placement drive of Manesar-based SGM Paper Product Limited. The drive was organised by the Training and Placement Cell of the university. Vice-Chancellor Prof Tankeshwar Kumar and Registrar Prof Avnesh Verma congratulated the selected students. Placement director Partap Singh said the off-campus placement drive was conducted at the premises of the company's office in Manesar. Aditya Vir Singh, Assistant Director, said Sapna Jangra, Manish Yadav and Hanumat were among the selected students.

Talk on ways to revive economy

Kurukshetra: Prof MM Goel, retired from Kurukshetra University, said, "To say goodbye to the 'cobra effect' of debt, we should adopt the principle of needonomics based on the logo of LIC of India 'Yogakshemam Vahamyaham' (your welfare is our responsibility) and authenticate economic thoughts of Mahatma Gandhi which are ethical, non-violent and spiritual in nature." While addressing the members of Ghaziabad Management Association online on 'Needonomics for Revival of Indian Economy', he said the strong determination for implementing Atamnirbhar Bharat Abhiyan calls for "needonomics" as the key strategy. "Indian economy can be made consumer friendly by adopting NAW (need, affordability and worth) approach to marketing of goods and services," he added. "For bringing socio-economic transformation, we need to propagate righteous (satvik) income after paying the taxes which is good for the use of self and others entitled under altruism as social responsibility flowing from needonomics," said Prof Goel.

from The Tribune

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